Medical Communications

account director

Key responsibilities: An Account Director will be one of the most senior individuals within a client services team. Individuals will be the lead on at least one account usually worth between £500,000 and £2,000,000.

Account Directors will be expected to manage within their team – typically and account executive and account manager. 

An Account Director will take overall responsibility for securing, retaining and growing business both organically and via new business leads. At this level, candidates will start to be involved within the leadership team and contribute towards the generally direction and values of the business. Account Directors will start to become responsible for the overall P/L for each account they lead.

Previous roles/experience would include: Senior Account Manager or Junior Account Director

Usually reports into: Client Services Director, Director, Head of Medical Education, Client Lead Head of Account Services,

Sits within this team: Client Services

Qualifications: BSc or MSc

Salary band: £50,000 - £60,000 Basic Salary, Pension, Annual Leave, Gym membership, Cycle to work scheme, Discretionary Bonus

Related topics: Account Director, Project Director, Medical Communications, MedComms, Healthcare Communications, Medical Education, Advertising, Digital, Public Relations, Pharmaceuticals


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