Account Executive / Senior Account Executive

21 Mar 2013
21 Apr 2013
Full Time
Contract Type

Account Executive/Senior Account Executive

Salary £23,000- £27,000

Job Description

Our client is a top 30 Tech PR agency (PR Week) who specialise in bringing their US client base successful European B2B PR campaigns. They are currently seeking an Account Manager / Senior (AM-SAM) with a background in Tech PR, who is seeking the opportunity to work for an agency that is offering a career, not just a job.

Depending on your level of experience the position pays between £23k - £27k (AM - SAM) + 10% annual bonus & benefits.

They have an outstanding reputation for being the best at delivering European campaigns, which is why they attract US blue-chip and start-up companies alike.

They are offering the chance for someone to challenge and develop their abilities, working on international campaigns. Therefore there will be occasion to travel to European destinations and possibly the USA to meet with clients.

They provide extensive training and career development opportunities, no matter how experienced you are they will offer you the chance to continuously challenge yourself and will recognise and reward success, hard work and loyalty.

The position requires you to ideally have:

- Solid B2B Tech PR experience
- Excellent media relations skills
- Outstanding writing abilities
- The ability to forge long-standing relationships with clients, media and colleagues

Person Profile

Due to the agencies reputation for quality and success, you will need to be someone who wants to
develop their career and challenge your abilities across all areas. In return they will ensure your skills
are developed and your reputation enhanced in the sector.

You will be need to pro-active, ambitious, diligent and organised. You should desire to stand above the crowd and be recognised for what you do.

Experience working on European campaigns will be ideally but by no means essential. Full support will be given by senior management. Any European languages would also be an advantage but, once again, in no way essential.