POS Account Director

Central London + Remote

Job summary

Harrison Scott Associates
£Stand Out Salary + car or car allowance
Printing, Printing - Wide Format
Contract Type:
Full Time
Expiry Date:

About the job

One of the country’s leading producers of printed display products, known for its creativity and innovation, is looking for a driven and enthusiastic Account Director.

This role will be responsible for the management of all aspects of the client account including service delivery, people management, client relationships, and financial performance to reflect contractual obligations. You will be accountable for the development and operational management, ensuring operational support to clients is managed exceptionally and delivered efficiently, as well as being responsible for the account’s retention, development, and compliance.

You will not only be able to persuade and influence externally, but also internally, as one of the key elements pertaining to this role will be gaining credibility with peers and providing effective leadership and support to your dedicated team.

Candidates must have 7 + years’ experience managing POS projects for an FMCG retail brand, along with: 

•          Executing and managing contracted retail accounts

•          Understanding planning, operational and financial management

•          Proven experience of service delivery

•          Developing and executing solutions

This role will be based at the company's central London office with occasional travel to the client in Greater London, and WFH where possible, as the focus of this role is to be proactive, innovative and service driven.

If you are a commercially astute individual with business acumen and an ability to make difficult decisions where necessary, then we would love to hear from you.

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