PR Account Director

5 days left

£35000 - £45000 per annum
30 Sep 2016
30 Oct 2016
Ellis Rigby
Full Time
Contract Type
This PR agency has enjoyed really phenomenal growth over the last two years, and with new business coming through the door at a fast rate, they need an additional PR Account Director for their team; could it be you?

The role

This agency is really entrepreneurial and have grown both in number and in the range of clients they work with over the last couple of years. This role is to work with their corporate and b2b clients, and you'll initially work on four of them across different but really interesting sectors. There's an equal mix of traditional and digital PR, but they will need you to be hands on, and really focussed on your role, and you'll be capable of managing a more junior team.

What we're looking for

The perfect candidate for this agency would be someone who is already an Account Director in a PR agency who has a real breadth of client experience. However, our client is really open to considering candidates who are looking to return to the agency fold after a period inhouse, providing you have a strong b2b and corporate background. You will need to ensure that you have a really broad background in PR and that you will have the ability to juggle clients, as this is a fast-paced environment.

What's on offer?

Salary is dependent on experience, but between £35,000 - £45, 000. Additionally they offer free parking, pension and health contributions and the opportunity to work with an agency which is so far smashing all of their growth objectives! For more of an insight into the role and company, please call Emma Tee on 0121 355 0955, or to apply, send your CV to us using the link.

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