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We currently have 795 Account Management Jobs in the UK

Working in account management is an important aspect of most businesses. You can therefore find account management jobs in virtually every industry, particularly those providing business-to-business (B2B) services. Whether you are looking for sales account management positions in London or advertising account management positions in Glasgow, Zoek is perfectly placed to connect you with the biggest account management employers in the UK.

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Account Management responsibilities often vary depending on the business. In general, account management jobs involve serving as the interface between a customer and company, with you likely being responsible for more than one client. General duties when working in account management will include:

  • Liaising with clients to identify their needs and keeping them happy on a day-to-day basis
  • Identifying new business opportunities with new and existing clients
  • Maintaining a good understanding of a client’s business and strategies
  • Budgeting, including ensuring clients pay on time
  • Giving presentations
  • Acting as a first point of contact for company clients

There are no formal qualifications or specific experiences needed for account management jobs in the UK. Some account management employers require you to be a graduate, often in a business-related area, but this is not always the case and it is still very possible to become an Account Manager without having a degree. General skill sets desired by account management employers include:

  •  Strong interpersonal skills
  •  Excellent communication, both written and oral
  • Ability to multitask and work to tight deadlines
  •  Ability to work with people of differing levels
  • Good budgeting and financial skills

Account Management jobs benefit from having a clear career path in that there are various distinct levels to aim for. In general, successful Account Managers can progress to become Senior Account Managers and then Account Directors. With such varied and important duties involved with working in account management, individuals can often find themselves progressing into other areas, such as staff supervision and marketing.

Daily routines in account management jobs can vary significantly. Such unpredictability and lack of routine is often appealing for many working in account management, as is the need to often leave the office and visit clients. Salaries can be another advantage to account management jobs, with average Account Manager wages falling between £24,000 and £34,000 and rising to anything up to around £70,000 for Account Directors. Account management jobs salaries are also often dependent on sales targets, thereby offering the possibility of earning large commissions.

Account Management can be very demanding depending on the industry and size of business. Dealing with clients and their demands can be stressful for some, as can be meeting deadlines and handing finances for account management employers. Long hours and extensive travel can also be a feature of of account management jobs, as well as meeting people and giving presentations and sales pitches in front of others.