Key responsibilities: An Account Manager is an established and core member of the client services team. Depending on the agency, you will be the lead on one client account and assist on another. At an Account Manager level, the role will remain delivery focused and will be responsible for the day to day management and running of accounts and projects. You will focus on the planning, development and implementation of project deliverables inline with client expectations and ABPI guidelines.
At an Account Manager level, you will be expected to mange your time and workload independently and deliver projects on time and inline with allocated budgets. As an experienced member within the team, you will also help to mentor more junior members of the team (account executives and senior account executives).
As you become more senior within the team, individuals will be expected to become more commercially aware and start to business develop within their given clients. As part of this, you may be involved in business pitches.
Previous roles/experience would include: Candidate will usually have at least 2- or 3-years’ experience within Medical Communications. Occasionally individuals may come from a project management/media background, but knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry is essential.
Usually reports into: Account Director or Client Services Director
Sits within this team: Client Services
Qualifications: Bsc or Msc
Salary band: £30,000 - £40,000 Basic Salary, Pension, Annual Leave, Gym membership, Cycle to work scheme
Keywords: Account Manager, Medical Communications, Medcomms, Healthcare Communications, Medical Education, Advertising, Digital, Public Relations, Pharmaceuticals, ABPI, Mentoring
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