Broad mix of clients
Grown up agency culture
This well regarded full service creative agency are looking for a hands on Project Manager. They are looking for someone to support their business directors, be confident and able to juggle a variety of projects and truly love what they do.
With opportunity to develop in this role, ideally you will have the following attributes:
• Ability to forge own strong relationships with suppliers and clients
• Be comfortable managing projects from top to bottom
• Attention to detail
• Maturity and effective communication skillset
Exposure to work alongside talented senior colleagues will ensure this role is always interesting, challenging and rewarding.
We are looking for high calibre candidates ideally with an agency background. A small amount of flexibility with working hours could be available for the right person.
An amazing opportunity in an incredible agency. Apply here now or send your CV to email@example.com with the subject P2916 Project Manager
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