About the role
You are an ambitious, up and coming and ready to make your move after adding value where you are.
What you would be doing:
- Responsible for client strategy and management of client’s needs;
- Working with other Account Directors to develop the ideas, integrated campaigns, content plan and strategy;
- Understanding communication objectives, strategy, tactics and how to implement;
- Writing media and content collateral;
- Creating and sharing stories;
- Maintaining strong and positive media relationships and contacts, able to pitch to most media;
- Provide input to budgets;
- Accelerate client issues as they arise.
- Assist with digital, content planning and engagement
Who we’re looking for:
- More than 3 years experience in a similar role;
- Proven ability to build positive professional relationships with clients;
- Media liaison skills;
- Ability to write;
- Proven willingness to learn and improve;
- Relevant degree or equivalent;
- You are a strategic thinker and quick on your feet. You know a good story when you see it and know how to package it up to present to relevant media. You have led your clients through successful projects from beginning to end, and established good media and client relationships. If a crisis hits, you are able to prioritise your work and advise your client accordingly.
- Great culture
- Competitive salary
- Innovate within your field
- Opportunities for growth and career progression
- Join a dynamic and supportive team
About the company
Our work includes media engagement, PR, reputation management, building authority, managing issues and crisis, building rich content for niche business categories including video, podcasts and info-graphics and other pillar content strategies. Know what inbound marketing is? Not afraid to chat with media daily?
With a range of local and international blue chip corporate and consumer clients, your days promise to be filled with a variety of ideas and the opportunity to learn about a diverse range of industries.
To get an understanding of the work we do, have a look at our websites:
Relationships are key in this business, so if you are a genuine person who is eager to build existing and foster new relationships that are with you for the long haul, then we want to hear from you.
If you are who we are looking for and we are who you are looking for, please send us your CV and a cover letter explaining why you are the best person for the role.
Contact Kate Alexander at email@example.com.
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