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As a Product Manager, your primary objective is to drive the end to end development and execution of the everyday accounts portfolio strategy from shaping the…
Ability to deal with external project managers, business managers and accounts administration staff. Key accountabilities of the role include:
A member of the Commercial Leadership Team, you will partner with the business to introduce and embed category-first thinking and strategic category management…
Sydney Central Business District NSW
Work with the Trade Marketing and Corporate Communications teams to support key commercial brand messages in market. You have commercial and market acumen.
u&u Recruitment Partners
Sydney Central Business District NSW
$150,000 - $180,000 a year
Leading a team of four, including National Account Managers and a Shopper Marketing Manager, and leveraging a strong background in Category Insights, as the…
Ambition
Sydney Central Business District NSW
$180,000 a year
Manage client accounts, ensuring key KPIs are met for renewals. Make discovery (cold - warm) calls to lock down meetings with key decision makers.
Firesoft People
Sydney Central Business District NSW
$200,000 - $250,000 a year
Account plans for Strategic Accounts. Develop long-term strategic relationships with key accounts. Business Development Manager (Amazon Connect/Contact Centre).
Recruitmore
Sydney Central Business District NSW
$150,000 a year
The Strategic BDM will work closely with the existing accounts team to categorise, identify and approach key prospects for further IT services.
u&u Recruitment Partners
Macquarie Park NSW
Ideally, you will have experience at a Category Manager or strong Category Executive, Brand Manager or National Account Manager level.
Sydney Inner Suburbs NSW
Continuously review the backlog of reporting activities to ensure prioritisation decisions account for the evolving needs of the MPSC business.