Not to put too much pressure on it but we need a business manager more brilliant than the diamonds surrounding us in our gloriously creative Hatton Garden office.
“So tell me about this business manager job?”, you ask.
Well, we’re an award winning social creative agency, delivering everything our clients need to give them a more human voice on their social platforms.
And it’s the client part where you come in. We’re growing fast and the Business Director needs support in regular pitch work, ongoing client development and general wowing of people who are and will be partners on our adventure.
You’ll have at least a couple of years’ experience with good exposure to commerciality in creative. But if you’re more senior and think this sounds good, drop us a line. We’d like to hear.
Your role would be broad and varied so it’d be good if you came with pre-rolled up sleeves, greased elbows and the flexibility of a limbo dancer. Oh, and stuff happens fast round these parts. We’re all pretty good at keeping a smile on even when it’s hectic.
Support the Business Director in new business development
Setting up pitches/meetings
Coming along and contributing to pitches/meetings
Collating pitch assets and creating presentations
Organising creative/account resource as required. Setting up brainstorms etc.
Support the Business Director in process development
Managing a regular target list
Running ‘spec’ asset work and gathering it to pitch to speculative clients
Scouting conferences and assessing value in attending
Undertaking creation of ‘statements of work’ and other process documentation
Offer strategic support to the account management team. Specifically, where required, a commercial eye to break down budgets across a campaign and create a campaign structure.
Be organised and open to adopting new processes to get things done.
Use social media at least a fair bit. Come on, it’s a social creative agency.
Extra awesomeness would be:-
Social media analytics knowhow.
If you tick all the boxes and would like to apply, please send CV and cover letter to email@example.com by Friday 31st March.
Please note that we receive a lot of applications, so if you don't hear from us within 2 weeks of the job closing date, please assume that unfortunately your application has been unsuccessful.