At Ogilvy we make brands matter. We make them matter for years, for quarters and for right now.
Some marketeers and commentators believe brands no longer matter in the era of more channel fragmentation, micro-targeting, technology, and perfect data. But we believe that brands have never mattered more as beacons of trust and identity for consumers.
We are a team of brilliant, creative problem-solvers who believe there’s nothing we can’t achieve together, for our clients and for each other.
If that sounds like somewhere you want to be, read on...
At the heart of everything we do are our core values, our DNA, those beliefs that make us part of Ogilvy. We have a set of five values that we expect everybody in the agency to sign up to. It’s not a set of rules, but it is a set of beliefs about how we go about our daily lives that we think helps set expectations of the kind of partners we look for.
The New Business Manager will support three harding working New Business Directors. You will be agnostic across our main capabilities (Advertising, Customer Engagement & PR), getting stuck into a variety of new business, marketing and events responsibilities.
New Business as a craft is very well respected within Ogilvy and as such you’ll be in contact with senior level and c-suite employees and should feel confident around these stakeholders. Everyone in the department is expected to be a real Ambassador for Ogilvy
Under the Head of New Business & Marketing there are three New Business Directors and one New Business Executive. It is a relatively large department covering multiple capabilities and specialisms within and as such there’s a clear line of progression. The department is hard working, highly professional, but fun too.
The role is extremely varied – no two days are ever the same – but each day is always busy! The candidate needs to be resourceful and be work both quickly and accurately to meet deadlines.
The candidate must be a natural communicator who can work with people at all levels of the agency and must be comfortable communicating with senior level staff. The candidate will be able to motivate others to produce work quickly, liaising with all departments - from production, client services and creative - to turn around work quickly accurately and to budget. You should be curious and sociable and most importantly, excited by creativity.
The ideal candidate needs to be organised, flexible and motivated and must have the ability to self-start and be pro-active. Good written and verbal communication skills are essential as credentials and communications are tailored to meet the individual opportunity.
The candidate must be able to deal with the stress of working to conflicting deadlines and must be able to juggle several projects. The New Business Manager needs to have lots of energy, a great sense of humour and remain calm under pressure.