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Job no: PAKYP

Eleven PR New Zealand are looking for a Business Director to support its highly regarded practice and growing team.

We’re looking for someone to produce stellar corporate work and have an enviable culture. Locally, we're part of a global network (TBWA) and regularly work alongside creatives, planners, digital, content and tech specialists and more to produce impressive campaigns in a fun, supportive environment.

The role will see you working on enviable brands and businesses and requires a strategic, nimble mindset to develop and implement innovative PR strategies within a team of talented and driven consultants. You'll also play a key role in the management, running and growth of the agencies corporate communications.

The successful applicant will be required to:

  • Lead accounts from a planning and performance perspective
  • Identify and convert opportunities and actively participate in new business
  • Provide considered counsel across corporate reputation, crisis and issues management
  • Work directly with senior clients as a trusted advisor
  • Produce high quality written communications every time

You'll be will be required to have:

  • 6+ years’ experience in communications in-house or agency, with a focus on corporate comms
  • A keen interest in the key trends driving the New Zealand corporate landscape
  • Highly honed writing and content development skills across varied audiences and channels · Strong analytical skills and a can-do attitude
  • Experience in one or more of the following: financial/investor relations, healthcare, enterprise technology or listed companies. Transferable skills from related industries will be considered
  • An interest in politics and government relations is highly-desirable
  • This is your chance to be part of a forward-looking and exciting agency that values people, has all the perks of a big agency, with ample opportunity for career growth.

If you are interested in this role, please apply ASAP or contact claire.hopkins@tbwa.com

Published on 07 Jun 2021, 6:43 PM