Communications Consultant

Communications Consultant

Job Title: Communications Consultant
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Salary: Up to £55,000 p/a, plus bonus & benefits
Start Date: 2016-11-29
Reference: REB291116
Contact Name: Rosie Beardsworth
Contact Email:
Job Published: November 29, 2016 17:17

Job Description

If you had to describe the perfect Communications job, what would you say?

It would probably include a good client portfolio. It would also be good if you didn't have to focus on New Business and hard to reach sales targets, right?

It would ideally mean you walking in, finding detailed client portfolios neatly arranged on your desk for you to get cracking, and a nice, long list of pipelined business to keep you busy. In an ideal world.

How about you leading pensions and employee benefit communications campaigns for all sorts of clients, at all levels, ranging from FTSE 100 firms to world-renowned charities?

And a ball pit? (who wouldn't want a ball pit...)

You might be thinking that there aren't many jobs out there that tick all of these boxes. And you're right. But we have something that comes very, very close...

Because frankly, in terms of Communications Consultant roles, this one is as good as it gets.

This is a chance to work for a truly fantastic agency based in the heart of London, who work with a wide variety of clients, across a myriad of different market areas. They have a dedicated, and hugely talented and creative design team at your beck and call to help you deliver the best campaigns.

It's a chance to walk into a company that, although growing at a rapid rate, retains its close-knit, family feel. Where you will have direct access to a very impressive client base. Where you will be encouraged to make a real difference and let your creativeness and imagination run riot.

So if you are an experienced Communications professional with solid agency background and any the above strikes a chord, give us a call on 0113 274 3000 or apply above (and below). We promise we'll reply with feedback, regardless of the outcome.

PS. they said they’d think about the ball pit.