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Client Solutions Manager

Central London - Hybrid (3 days on-site)
Date:

Overview

Placement Type:

Temporary

Compensation:

£83,000-£85,000 per annum, pro rata-PAYE

Start Date:

01 Jun, 2024

We’re working in partnership with a global tech client to hire a talented, Clients Solutions Manager for a 12-month contract, offering £83,000-£85,000 per annum, pro rata (PAYE). 

Job Responsibilities:

• Develop solutions grounded on achieving measurable business results for partners.

• Analyze data and insights to guide strategy and implementation of solutions.

• Guide media and creative strategy, planning and implementation of campaigns to deliver against key performance indicators.

• Outline and oversee measurement strategy, tracking, and results delivery.

• Identify optimization opportunities for improving performance.

Skills:

• Strong communication and project management skills.

• Team player and detail oriented.

• Ability to multi-task and effectively operate in a fast paced, constantly evolving environment.

Education/Experience:

• Bachelor’s degree in marketing and communications required.

If the above sounds like you and this role aligns with your future goals, contact Aquent today!

The next steps will be shared with shortlisted candidates by Friday 17th May.

We’re looking forward to hearing from you!

Client Description

Our Client is the largest social media company in the world. They have substantial B2B and B2C advertising and media platforms, as well as a nonprofit initiative. With the mission of bringing people together, they now boast over 2 billion users, and are rapidly developing as they influence the world around us.

 

Aquent is dedicated to improving inclusivity & is proudly an equal opportunities employer. We encourage applications from under-represented groups & are committed to providing support to applicants with disabilities. We aim to provide reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, to those with a medical condition, disability or neurodivergence.