Account Manager I Consumer Health

Job ref: 75602V

Consumer /Healthcare /Science / London / £35K

We are looking for a great AM to join an independent, management owned, mid-sized agency based in central London. They work with big brands and brands with big ambitions across well-being, lifestyle and technology sectors. This role would primarily be focused on consumer health and well-being accounts, clients include a global consumer health giant, a European industry association in the food/nutrition space and an award winning health wearable.

Responsibilities include:

Acting as the day to day account client relationship manager across a number of accounts
Managing delivery of client programmes including planning, content development, internal communications, issues scoping, measurement and reporting
Developing campaign ideas and producing high quality content, often covering complex subject matter
Issues management including drafting messaging and statements and managing media enquiries, often within tight timeframes
Managing, supporting and coaching junior team members to ensure delivery across accounts
Supporting directors with business development across existing and prospective new clients

The right candidate will have relevant experience in consumer health/well-being sector and be comfortable dealing with nutrition/science content, a good understanding of the media and influencer environment and a sense of what makes a good story, strong writing skills and excellent attention to detail. It’s also important that they enjoy working in a fast paced environment and have a calm, confident approach to client handling and team management. This is a dynamic, growing agency which presents great opportunities for an ambitious AM to work closely with  directors (all of whom have big agency backgrounds) to drive the business, shape the team and build their own career.

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