Account Director roles don't come any better than this opportunity!
Firstly, the client - they are high-profile, a brand everyone loves and which has been made famous by outstanding, award-winning creative advertising campaigns. As well as being fantastic to work with and having a close relationship with the agency, they love to push boundaries, be progressive and innovative and are in a category which is constantly changing and developing.
The agency is well known for being brilliant. They are a medium-sized Indie with a fantastic reputation - a place people want to go and work. The Directors are amazing and hugely respected in the industry and in this role you would have the chance to work closely at partner level, being exposed to smart strategic and creative thinking. There is also the support and mentoring of a highly-respected GAD and the opportunity and scope to grow your experience and career working in a role like this is second-to-none.
Don’t miss out. To discuss further, please email Caroline Lynch at firstname.lastname@example.org
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OMG it just never stops. I feel really embarrassed for these singer's and what is that Island man doing in the corner?
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