Account Manager

£18000 - £23000/annum Great training, flexible benefits
23 Jul 2017
22 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Are you a great multi-tasker? Do you love a challenge where no two days are the same? Able to deliver to tight deadlines? This is the role for you!

Drawing on your exceptional Account Management skills, you will manage a portfolio of market leading magazines, coordinating the delivery of copies from print to retail, to ensure titles hit the shelves on time.

As well as building strong relationships with internal and external teams, you'll be able to problem solve, think on your feet and thrive in a busy, fast moving environment.

Planning and organisation are key, along with commercial awareness and the ability to manage costs on behalf of our publishers.

You'll ensure system information and schedules are maintained for your titles. By liaising with key contacts including, Publisher production teams, Printers, Carriers and internal teams you'll also ensure successful, cost effective, delivery to retail.

Account Manager | Business Development | Negotiation | Logistics Planner | Planning | Customer Service

Essential Requirements:

* Relationship-building, communication, and persuasion
* Proficient in Microsoft Office
* Ability to prioritise in order to meet deadlines
* Planning and organisation
* Problem-solving and basic negotiation skills

Desirable Requirements:

* Working knowledge of Supply Chain

About Our Company:

The Frontline Group are the leading Magazine Distributor in the UK who continue to innovate the supply chain. The Group is made up of two divisions, Frontline and Seymour.

Both divisions work with the publishers of market leading brands such as Heat, Radio Times, What Car, Take A Break, Frozen, Slimming World, National Geographic and many more. As a Distributor, we work closely with retail, wholesale and other parts of the supply chain in order to ensure our publisher's distribution objectives are met.

These fantastic brands give us the platform to continue to deliver value on behalf of our publishers. Our plans for growth mean our resource needs to increase to enable us to continue to achieve our company objectives.

As an Investors in People Company, we recognise that the greatest asset which separates us from our competitors is our people