Senior Consultant - Marketing, Communications & PR

  • Christchurch

Perception Public Relations & Marketing is a renowned South Island consultancy with a team of experienced strategists, media and communications experts, and marketers. Perception provides bespoke, fully integrated services to its diverse national client base. Perception challenges the status quo with innovative, tailored services to help achieve clients' business objectives.

The Role
Reporting to the Managing Partner, you will be a critical member of the team, managing your own clients, coordinating project teams, delivering work that matches your skill set, and driving revenue growth across your client portfolio. We are looking for energetic, talented, and passionate individuals to join our team. The role can be moulded and developed around the skills and expertise you bring.

Your Skills and Experience
To be successful, you will have proven experience at both strategic and operational levels in your given area of expertise. Critical to success is the ability to develop strong networks, earn clients’ trust, and build your reputation as an expert and thought leader.

You will be commercially polished, comfortable hunting for new opportunities, and share Perception’s philosophy that PR, communications, sales and marketing must be integrated. In return, you will be working within a culture where everyone has a voice, where no idea is a bad one, and collaboration within the team actually happens.

To Apply
To take advantage of this exciting opportunity, please submit your cover letter and CV to Brannigans by following the weblink below. Initial enquiries are welcome by phoning Sally Wynn-Williams on 027 478 5554.

Applications close 5pm Friday 3 February.

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