Assistant Account Manager
£25,000 - £30,000
A well-established IT company is looking for an Assistant Accout Manager to support the Account Manager.
The Assistant Account Manager duties will include:
Build and maintain relationships with clients
Provide the link between our technical team and customer base
Create and supply proposals to new prospective clients
Monitor projects progress and timelines
Create and supply reports to the team
Maintain Data and records
Assist in managing flow of inbound and outbound hardware for clients
Close attention to detail
Good commercial and business acumen
Proactive, highly organised, and good with pressure
Excellent communication skills (verbal and written)
Project management skills
Proficient in MS Office
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