NEW VACANCY! (PK7088)
SENIOR ACCOUNT MANAGER - LABELS
Salary Dependent upon experience + 28 Days Holidays (including Bank Holidays)
Hours of work
Monday to Thursday: 8.30am - 5.00pm
Friday: 8.30am - 1pm
Our client is a leading printer and converter of digital and flexographically printed labels, with a well-established history, serving a wide range of customers, from breweries to industrial components. They are growing rapidly and looking to expand the current team with additional skill sets.
As a Senior Account Manager, you will be reporting to the Head of Sales. You will own many of the business's highest priority accounts, covering a range of sectors and label and print technologies. This role presents an opportunity to join an exciting team that is growing, and where there will be significant opportunities over the coming years to grow with the business as the team expands.
The ideal candidate will have experience managing customers in the label or print sectors (ideally including estimating/quoting), and a strong understanding of materials and print technologies.
- Minimum of 4 years experience in the label or print sector
- Experience managing customers, ideally including estimating/quoting
- Strong understanding of materials and print technologies
- Hardworking, with a commitment to going above and beyond for the customer
- Detail oriented, very rarely making errors
- Willingness to learn and 'can do' attitude
- Good knowledge of Microsoft products
Main responsibilities to include:
- Managing priority customer accounts, including regular communication, advising on options (materials, print types, etc) and providing recommendations, quoting for and project managing new work, and processing repeat work
- Dealing with new enquiries and customers
- Managing and inputting customer and job data into the MIS and other software programmes
- Coaching junior staff, and providing advice to/for their clients as required
- Liaising with the studio team on proofs/artwork
- Liaising with the production team to determine the best options for the customer, and then through the production process