Client Management Executive

Part-time (c.20 hours per week) Approx. 4-5 hours a day; 4-5 days a week

The role

In this varied and exciting role you will be central to a wide range of key processes and functions within the Sales & Marketing team. Reporting to the Head of Client Management, you will primarily be responsible for helping to maintain client relationships and owning the end to end Change Management process – vital to enhancing our clients’ customer propositions and a key source of revenue.

The details


  • Scheduling, planning, and delivery of Client Change Review meetings
  • Ownership of client change request (CR) process 
  • Ensuring change requests are processed within SLA – escalating as needed
  • Following-up with clients to ensure they are satisfied with the CR and secure a signed SOW
  • Liaising with internal Change Delivery teams to ensure timely delivery of solution design and estimates
  • Ensuring all CRs for which a Work Request is raised, are entered into the CRM tool
  • Maintain a record of all CRs for review with the Head of Client Management and the CEO
  • Maintain a repository of all client contracts in Sharepoint
  • Support the preparation of client presentations, SOWs, monthly relationship governance packs
  • Helping to identify new sales opportunities
  • Build strong client relationships 
  • Provide ongoing consultation and support to clients


Initially you will be fully remote due to Coronavirus restrictions but in time our expectation is that you would be office based at our Kingston upon Thames HQ, with the opportunity to work from home approximately 1 or 2 days a week.

All about you

Skills & Experience Required 


  • Excellent written & verbal communication skills
  • Proactive and self-motivated with excellent organisational skills 
  • Excellent attention to detail 
  • Strong Microsoft Office skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
  • Strong ability to build and manage relationships at all levels 


  • IT Change Management experience 
  • Project Management, Business Analysis or PMO experience 
  • Experience using a Sales CRM system, such as Hubspot 
  • Interest in Financial Services 



  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent 

Benefits & Perks

The essentials

  • Competitive Salary: based upon your skills and experience
  • Holidays: 25 working days plus 8 statutory holidays.
  • Company Pension: the company contributes 4% of your gross basic salary
  • Life Assurance: pays a sum equivalent to four times your basic salary.
  • Private Health Plan (incl. spouse and/or dependents)

The perks

  • Gym membership discounts of up to 50%
  • Flexible working opportunities
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Shower facilities
  • Eye care vouchers
  • Access to amazing discounts including Tastecard, cinema tickets, holidays and more
  • Regular social activities & events
  • Great location overlooking the River Thames

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  • Your name
  • Contact details
  • Your work and educational history (typically in your CV)
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  • The country you are applying from
  • Your responses to application questions
  • References from your previous employer
  • Other information you voluntarily give us through the process, including through interviews or take-home tasks.

Giving this information is optional, but if you choose not to, we might not have enough information about you to consider your application.

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  • age group
  • ethnicity
  • sexual orientation.

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About ieDigital

ieDigital is a solution provider for financial institutions and other financial services providers. We are a team of experts in financial services technology and customer experience.

At the very core of our company is a passion and belief in the power and potential of technology, and we’ve been applying technology to solve business problems since 1986.

ieDigital is owned by Parabellum Investments, a privately owned global investment firm founded and led by Rami Cassis, chief executive.