Freelance, Flexible Working, Contract
Competitive + benefits
PR & Communications
communications, PR and social within this amazing agency!
Are you the PR Senior Account Director/Associate Director we are looking for?
What an amazing business and opportunity!
Excellence, creativity and brilliance are all natural qualities of all the people who work within this amazing agency based in fabulous offices central Bristol, as well of course as the most excellent skills in communications, PR and social. For the new PR Associate Directors, we can be entirely flexible about how much time you spend in the office, work from anywhere!
This awesome team works with some beautiful brands, both large and small, and you must have the skill and expertise to work with people at all levels and with varying skills.
High energy people who are committed to going the extra mile do well within this business and we need to find one if not two more people to work at a senior level in the team….shaping the business, loving the clients and adding huge amounts of top notch skills to the team.
A little bit about the job
So, you must be a true PR and communications professional, and love it. You’ll be happy sharing the new business pitches and leads, doing loads of networking, offering support both to your team and to the directors (no hierarchy here, everyone equally important of course). And as a senior team member, you’ll be very comfortable with the P&L responsibilities associated with this role!
6 months, freelance or fixed term contract, flexible terms and arrangements
Please reference LG - 845
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Rustic and Rural 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.