nla - London, United Kingdom

apply before 20230120

Tasks: Administration, Management

Topics: Community Engagement, Policies and Cooperation, Urban Transformation

Type: Full-time

Experience required:

Language: English is sufficient

New London Architecture (NLA) – LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM

apply before January 20th, 2023


New London Architecture (NLA) is London’s centre for excellence for the built environment.

Our purpose is to make London a better place for those who live, work and visit. 

We do this through a busy year-round programme of research, events, festivals, exhibitions,  publications, promoting debate and discussion about the future of cities. 

Our fast-growing membership spans across public and private sectors, in London, UK and internationally, and we have two central London public exhibition galleries both with giant interactive models of central London, where anyone can come to learn about future-plans for the city.

The Role

NLA is looking for a strategic Account Manager to join the Client Relationship team. This is an exceptionally varied and interesting role where you will be responsible for building and maintaining strong business relationships with both existing and new clients.

The Account Manager will be required to manage, service and grow a portfolio of NLA partners and sponsors within the Architecture Sector. The role includes a variety of key components, such as managing relationships with existing members, sponsors and clients, processing annual renewals, helping to increase the size of the membership network and growing your account through sponsorship, exhibition space and delegate sales.

The successful candidate with be responsible for achieving their own individual revenue targets, as well as supporting the team to achieve overall team targets.

You will have the opportunity to widen your knowledge and learn about all aspects of London’s built environment through attending NLA and client events and regular meeting and networking with key figures within the industry.

More information here.

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