Agency

Agency

An Account Manager’s ultimate responsibility is to make sure their clients are happy. The role often includes a variety of duties depending on sector.

Responsibilities

·       Communicating with clients to understand their needs, address challenges and concerns and provide solutions.

·       Build strong relationships with existing customers and work with the Business Development or Sales teams to acquire new ones.

·       Collaborate with, and often project manage, teams across the company’s internal teams.

·       Act as the clients’ representative within your business to ensure their demands are met.

·       Focus on continual improvement of the customer experience

·       Collect and analyse consumer behaviour data and understand their changing needs

·       Spot trends and opportunities for your clients to explore

Expected Skills

·       A confident communicator at all levels of seniority

·       Excellent problem-solving ability

·       Exceptional analytical skills

·       Superb time management and multitasking skills

·       A self starter

·       Aptitude in negotiation and influencing

·       Strong attention to detail and organisational capability

Qualifications

Whilst there are no specific qualifications for an Account Manager, many organisations will ask for an industry-relevant degree. Subjects such as business administration, marketing, sales or similar will be highly valued in this role.

Account Managers will usually have worked as an Account Executive or equivalent job before taking up a management position.

Salary

The average salary in the UK for an Account Manager is £20,000 - £41,000 p.a. These roles often have a bonus or commission scheme in addition to a base salary.

Career Progression

Usually Account Managers can expect to move into an Account Director position in the future.

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