Key account manager
Overall, a key account manager acts as a the client’s right hand man. The post requires solid experience in the real estate industry as well the ability to function as a business partner who can challenge the client at a highly professional level.
A key account manager is assigned to between one and three major clients, and is responsible for ensuring that DEAS lives up to any collaboration agreements in place. They also negotiate and renegotiate collaboration agreements and are in dialogue with clients regarding contractual obligations and new projects.
The end goal is to build even closer client relations and to establish new agreements, while ensuring the proper functioning of internal cooperation across the house's many organs.
Part of the role of the key account manager is also coordinating major cross-disciplinary client tasks and projects involving relevant colleagues, coordinating tasks internally and externally and ensuring that projects are progressing according to plan. In other words, a key account manager has the ability to work strategically, tactically and operationally in both clients’ organisations and DEAS' own house.
The qualifications DEAS expect in a key account manager: training as a lawyer, cand.merc.jur., engineer, MSC., cand.oecon. or similar. 5 years solid experience in a similar position, such as asset manager, rental manager, account manager or property manager in the real estate industry, is a big plus. understanding of economics and property valuation as well as experience in sales. strong communication skills – oral and written.