Senior Account Director - Melbourne

  • Melbourne

• Leading independent agency with focus on behaviour change
• Pathway into senior management
• Involve yourself in exciting and challenging societal issues!

Join a specialist communications consultancy uniquely dedicated to the study and practice of behaviour change. They inspire people to change their lives, willingly and for good. Good for themselves, their family, their organisation, their environment and their society.

With continued growth, they are seeking to bolster their account service ranks with the addition of a Senior Account Director. Someone who’s progressing through the ranks and ultimately sees themselves as senior management material.

In this role you’ll be responsible for owning and leading relationships with several of the company’s major clients; most of which involve exciting and challenging societal issues. As a senior suit, you’ll have a deep understanding of all major disciplines and channels from broadcast to digital to social and more. You’re strong on your feet, at providing thought leadership and understand how to successfully manage the stakeholder consultation required for the successful development and implementation of campaigns. You have a passion for growing business, being continually proactive and playing a key role in attracting new business.


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