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PR Account Manager (B2B)
£26,000 - £32,000
An award winning Manchester based PR agency are expanding and are looking for an experienced PR account manager to join their team based just outside Manchester city centre.
Who’s the company?
Set up in 2011, this mid-size agency have grown fast with the mission of fusing traditional PR with Digital and the team are made up of journalists, PR pros and digital marketing specialists. Although they are a multi-specialist agency, they have a proven track B2B track record across all major industry sectors, providing engaging and intelligent content and consulting businesses to impact their bottom line.
What sets them apart from other agencies is that they truly understand how to pull together campaigns that link media relations, SEO, digital marketing and web development to ensure clients get the most value from their budgets and to make sure they work just as well in a national newspaper, as they do on social media.
What they need?
They’re looking for a candidate who’s had solid experience managing and growing B2B accounts in a PR agency. Reporting directly to the managing director, you’ll be responsible providing strategy, direction, implementation and media liaison.
As the agency are specialists in digital marketing as well as traditional PR, it would be a huge advantage if the right candidate has a good understanding of social media, google analytics and SEO, and be able to provide measurable results to clients.
What you’ll need to have.
- Excellent writing and communication skills
- Minimum 3 years PR experience.
- Good digital knowledge
- Proven track record of achieving exceptional results
- B2B Experience across multiple industry sectors.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a multi-disciplined team in a trusted organisation that is fast growing, and there’s huge potential to progress quickly within the business.
If youre interested in finding out more about the opportunity, then please apply on LinkedIn or send your CV to [email removed]