Permanent, Hybrid Working
Cheltenham 3 days a week, rest remote
Salary up to £50k
PR & Communications
built environment, construction, public affairs, stakeholder
PR Account Director in the built and stakeholder environment
Our client, a top-tier PR and communications agency, is looking for a PR Account Director to join their team.
The PR Account Director will play a key role in developing and executing campaigns for clients, while also driving revenue growth and developing talent within the team. The ideal candidate will have at least eight years of experience in PR and communications, excellent leadership and communication skills, and the ability to think strategically. You need to have really good B2B experience across a range of sectors, and ideally including the built environment, stakeholder management and construction in general. Responsibilities for this role will include developing account strategies and contributing to agency policies, monitoring sector and industry trends, attending management meetings and contributing new ideas, directing delivery across client accounts, generating new business leads, and ensuring activities meet organisational requirements. Additionally, the Account Director will be responsible for forecasting, marketing and promoting the agency, and ensuring adherence to agency processes and systems.
The successful candidate will have a proven track record as a PR Account Director or in a similar role, a deep understanding of the industry and competitive landscape, and the ability to develop and manage an account team. A bachelor's degree in PR, marketing, communications or a related field would be useful too.
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Moxie and Mettle is a UK-based recruitment company; our clients are based in the UK too. Although many clients offer remote working as an option, there is still a need to regularly visit company offices and clients in the UK. Therefore, applications from overseas are unlikely to be successful, unless applicants already have plans to be in the UK several times a month/year to facilitate meetings with both the teams and clients.