Job type: Permanent
Job number: 115211
With healthcare becoming one of the most significant growth areas in communications – a very unique opportunity has just opened-up within one of my dynamic and growing independent health specialist Sydney-based agencies.
This Senior Account Manager/ Account Director role will become part of one of Australia’s most experienced health communications team and work on strategic and creative campaigns for some of the world’s leading health and pharmaceutical organisations.
The ideal candidate will work closely with the leadership team on:
• Day to day management and implementation of client campaigns
• Managing, mentoring and supporting a small, high performing team
• Driving social media strategies, and new ways of working within the health space
To be successful in this role, you will need to have demonstrated the ability to interpret client needs and challenges in order to develop and lead strategic communications programs delivering successful/measurable outcomes.
Exceptional writing skills for a diverse range of audiences, both healthcare and consumer, are required. In addition, a strong background in marketing communications, media relations, issues management, stakeholder management and business development are critical to succeed in the role. Initiative and energy to embrace, not only the entrepreneurial basis of the business and also get the job done, will be critical.
The ideal candidate should have at least four-five years healthcare communications/public relations experience gained primarily through consultancy, a proven track-record of planning, leading and executing integrated communications campaigns and the ability to think strategically and creatively.
This energetic, growing company offers excellent salary, conditions and development opportunities!! Contact me about this role on (02) 8667 8888 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.orgApply Now Firebrand is a division of Aquent. When applying for jobs, you will be directed to Aquent's job application portal. Back to search results