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An opportunity has arisen for a Senior Account Manager or Account Director to join a well-regarded Consultancy at a very exciting time for the business.

Role

Our client is looking for a planning communications specialist looking to enhance their career with excellent opportunities for development, management and contributing to a wider Public Affairs business.

You will be working on some exciting development projects across the country, but with a particular emphasis on London, the SE and SW.

At Account Director level, you will have a whole range of responsibilities, including but not limited to:

  • Day-to-day client and project management;
  • Ensuring delivery and success on client programmes;
  • Oversight of a team of junior staff;
  • Contributing to the continued new business efforts of the business;
  • Contributing to marketing and budgeting discussions.

Person Specification

This is a fantastic opportunity for somebody to broaden their experience, whilst continuing to contribute your skills and knowledge to a range of planning accounts. You may be an ambitious SAM looking for a step-up or an existing AD looking for an environment where responsibility and ambition are encouraged.

You will:

  • Be able to demonstrate success across a range of development projects;
  • Have experience of managing junior members of staff;
  • Have experience of being the primary contact for clients;
  • Be a first-class communicator, both written and orally;
  • Have a fantastic knowledge of political establishments across London and the SE/SW;
  • Be able to demonstrate an excellent network in the industry.

Closing date

Applications for this post closed 11:59pm on Tuesday 7th November 2017