Ogilvy

  • Account Executive - Advertising

    Posted Date 1 week ago(17/06/2019 9:46 AM)
    Job ID
    2018-4396
    Location
    UK-London
  • Introduction to Ogilvy

    We are looking for a brilliant Account Executive to work on one of our flagship accounts. The account covers a fantastic mix of through-the-line channels including digital, print, radio, and TV, and consistently develops award-winning, innovative and market-leading work.  The role is a great opportunity to work with a fab team on a fully integrated piece of business

    Your Role at Ogilvy

    Account Handling

    • Be the linchpin of the account, and the person everyone in the team can rely on
    • Manage time effectively
    • Clear verbal and written communications
    • Manage the administrative side of the account including finances, status reports, meetings
    • Once settled begin managing smaller projects directly with clients, both in the UK and Globally

    Planning

    • Develop an understanding of strategy
    • Develop understanding the Client challenge / problem
    • Be able to competitively contextualise, and manage regular competitive reviews

    Creative

    • Take a critical role in managing the work through the agency 
    • Form strong relationships, brief in creative changes and manage amends + reviews
    • Be able to appreciate and deconstruct work

     

    Production

    • Be able to manage projects effectively
    • Understanding of production process
    • Help put together budget and timing proposal

    Ogilvy Values

    •    Be passionate about good creative work
    •    Candidates need to be confident and able to hold their own internally to fit in with the team and with client
    •    Forming close working relationships with internal stakeholders and with clients are vital
    •    You will need to be energetic and thrive on a challenge (there will be plenty of these!) 
    •    You will also need to be resilient. Candidates must be proactive with a go-get attitude

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