About the Role
As an Account Executive, you’ll support the delivery of projects along with the rest of the client team. Working with
an Account Manager / Account Director, you’ll be involved with work right from the start – meeting the client to
understand their needs, briefing the project into design and managing feedback through to project completion.
If you’re interested in communications and like getting things done, this could be the role for you.
You will also:
Set up client meetings – arranging diaries and agendas
Attend regular meetings with clients and take and share notes afterwards
Keep in touch with clients and your team through phone /zoom calls (as the first choice) and email (as the
Prepare and circulate information for the team and clients – i.e. weekly status reports
Take part in design briefings and brainstorms
Create and update schedules
Make sure all teams are aware of deadlines and projects stay on track and clients are informed throughout
Check jobs for accuracy
Make sure clients receive accurate estimates and invoices for work and keep these up to date when the
inevitable changes happen
Account Executive Edinburgh Job Description
Account Executive Recruitment (1)
Mick Burns and Wendy Malcolm
North Berwick High School
Welcome to your S3 Careers Talk.
This presentation will include:
An introduction to your Careers Advisers
Learn about Career Management Skills
Find out about My World of Work
How to find out about Skills and Strengths needed for different careers
Think about Subject Choice
Here is one way to find your dream career!
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Modern Apprenticeship – £20,064 – £22,232
Around 37.00 per week
24 May 2021 at midnight
Details and application here
We Play A Different Game
With a wide choice of historic and contemporary secluded accommodation, a world class Spa, state of the art Performance Centre and two links golf courses of Championship standard, Archerfield offers an unrivalled experience for both Members and Guests.
At Archerfield, we believe that every employee is significant for the success of the business. It is important that we all work as part of a team regardless of departments; after all we all have one thing in common – our Members and Guests.
The Archerfield Estate is located just 18 miles from the centre of Edinburgh along the spectacular coastline and just a short distance from North Berwick, Haddington and other East Lothian towns.
Are you aged 16-19 years old (up to 29 if you are disabled or care experienced), caring and nurturing and sensitive to the individual needs of young children and their families?
Do you interact effectively and enthusiastically with children?
Can you use your own initiative, be flexible and able to adapt to a fast-moving environment, while being a committed, valued member of a team?
Are you talented and passionate with an “anything is possible” attitude and looking to start a rewarding career in Early Learning and Childcare?
We have a number of exciting Modern Apprenticeship opportunities available across various locations, enabling you to earn as you learn, gain practical experience in a key sector, and enhance your career prospects.
Lloyds Banking Group
Could you be one of our Cyber Security Engineers of the Future?
Are you fascinated by Cyber and the role it plays in protecting millions of peoples’ money and data, day in, day out? Do you love analysing and solving problems? Can you work as part of a team ensuring that we’re creating a safe and secure bank of the future? Do you have a passion for forming and redefining banking to meet our customers’ needs and help us to be the best bank for Britain? Are you forward thinking, a good communicator and a fantastic team player, who is always keen to keep learning and developing?
If this sounds exciting and you want to help build the bank of the future, this IT Cyber Security Junior Apprenticeship is for you.
Freelance Arrangement June 2021 – April 2022, £10.85 per hour
We are looking for 10 Young Programmers aged 16-25 years old to help us shape and promote the BFI Film Academy events programme 2021/22. The role incorporates previewing film submissions for BFI Future Film Festival 2022, programming and hosting events online and in venue, generating marketing and editorial content, and generally acting as the face of BFI Film Academy events!
Our Young Programmers will enjoy being part of a team that helps aspiring filmmakers showcase their films to diverse audiences across the UK and internationally. After a very successful Young Programmers scheme last year, we’re really excited to open up BFI Film Academy programming once more to include a wide range of voices and perspectives.
Wheatley has one of the largest Modern Apprenticeship programmes in Scotland and opportunities to join the Group are available in Edinburgh, Dumbarton, Glasgow, West Lothian and Dumfries and Galloway.
The Modern Apprenticeships are open to people aged 16 to 19 – with applicants not needing any formal qualifications to apply.
The apprenticeships are funded by Wheatley Foundation, the Group’s charitable trust which helps tackle unemployment.
More details here