• Account Manager

    Posted Date 6 days ago(14/05/2018 10:51 PM)
    Job ID
    2018-3272
    # of Openings
    1
    Department
    Account
    Applicant Type
    No Restrictions
  • Overview

    Ranked number 1 most awarded International Agency in Japan, Ogilvy & Mather is the largest communication network in Asia by revenue with 30 offices in the Asia Pacific region.

    Our operating principles still work on those laid out by our founder, David Ogilvy, who published several books on his approach to advertising and was renowned for his views on the way to lead and manage talent in a creative business.

    Responsibilities

    Strategy

    1. Provides communications counsel to clients aiming for a mutually beneficial partnership;
    2. Fights to ensure long term brand-building ideas that translate into great work
    3. Assists on finding new business opportunities within the existing clients

     

     

    The Role

    • Managing and ensuring quality of our services to clients.
    • Management and handling of key client projects and requests. Including the refinement of the above.                              The typical day to day management of clients and their requests including documentation, administration, etc. of clients’ activities.
    • Capable of juggling multiple smaller work streams.
    • Maintains a focus on overall health of a book of business at an account or vertical level, potentially with multiple significant accounts in play.
    • Manage junior team members with appropriate direction and support
    • Active contributor to the optimization of the overall process.
    • Shares interesting projects to help inspire a team.

    Qualifications

    JOB EXPERIENCE

    7+ years account experience and/or marketing experience

     

    Native Japanese speaker with Business English

     

    SKILLS

    • Good communication skills
    • Attention to detail
    • Self-starter
    • High problem solving ability
    • Proactive thinking

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