Our client is one of the UK's most recognised and trusted brands. With the relaunching of the Financial Services branch of their organisation, our client is set to offer a range of Credit Cards, Personal Loans, Savings and Mortgages having partnered with a leading European bank. They are seeking an Affiliate Channel Manager to work as part of the Acquisition Team who has a history of managing affiliate networks and affiliates. Candidates must also have experience with building and maintaining relationships. Job Title - Affiliate Channel Manager, Affliate Account Manager Industry - Financial Services, FS Location - London Salary - £55,000-£65,000 base + 20% bonus + benefits The RoleWe are seeking an experienced Affiliate Channel Manager to build and own relationships with the account managers within each of the principle affiliates. You will identify and drive new business within the accounts across the following product lines: Mortgages, Savings, Credit Cards, Unsecured Personal Loans. You will work to improve existing activities, enhancing product positioning and define new growth opportunities.The Candidate We need a proven experience managing and developing business through an affiliate network. You must have an understanding of the process and frameworks by which you can sell through channel and increase and grow the affiliate scheme. It is important to have a stable work history and understanding of both hunting and farming accounts. With this you must have consistent sales figures and can work under pressure. The Package My client will pay up to £55,000-£65,000 depending on experience, plus company benefits. APPLY NOW for more information and you will be contacted for a strictly confidential conversation to establish whether it is a good fit for both parties. Short listing has begun and first round interview are being scheduled.Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.Please note that any references to salary or pay rates in this advertisement and in the salary refinement section are indicative only and should only be used as a guide.