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Associate Director – London – Very competitive salary

Company: Meet
Location: London, UK, Greater London, United Kingdom
Reference: DK - AssD - 10/11/17
Closing Date: 10 Dec 17
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): 60,000 - 80,000
Benefits: full comprehensive package

Job Summary:

A great opportunity for an Associate Director to join one of the best PR practices in the business. They specialise in patient advocacy, market access, government affairs, media relations and brand communications. This is an unmissable opportunity for someone that has a drive to make a difference in healthcare.

Requirements:

Background

This agency is made up of 160 intelligent and intellectual individuals that work as a close team to deliver fantastic outcomes to their clients. They are corporate, health and public health specialists that have offices in London, Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia. In terms of services they offer to their clients, they include: policy, government affairs, media relations, patient advocacy, and corporate communications. Their clients include AstraZeneca, Bayer, Boots Opticians, the Cancer Campaigning Group, Kidney Research UK, and Roche – to name but a few, this is at a UK & Global level.

 

Ideal for: Someone with agency experience at some point of their career, patient advocacy, market access, brand comms and government affairs. In terms of the people that work there, they include charities, parliament, PR agencies and media companies. They will be looking for individuals that can think outside of the box in terms of strategy and who really want to develop their skills set and make their own path in the agency.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Act as senior counsel to clients, supporting the development of their communications strategies as a whole
  • Oversee all client contact whilst shaping and steering programme strategy and delivery and responsibility for servicing, profitability, forecasting and billing
  • Lead and sign off on policy engagement programmes
  • Identify and extract data for analysis, generate hypotheses for investigation and identify top lines
  • Responsible for growing existing and winning new business, leading on pitches and networking for leads.
  • Oversee full account team, providing leadership example and guidance to peers and colleagues including resourcing issues, account performance and delivering internal training
  • Confident in articulating analysis of the overall shape and role of social media and frequently contributing new content.

 

Key Skills:

  • You will be an ambitious healthcare public affairs/communications consultant with a genuine interest and passion for health policy and public affairs.
  • You’ll be committed to working and thinking hard, as well as having fun, delivering the outcomes that really matter for a range of commercial, voluntary and public sector clients – all of whom have an interest in health and care.
  • You will have experience of health public affairs or policy development through work in a previous agency/consultancy or in-house in a charity, commercial or public-sector environment.
  • The key requirements will be a solid understanding of health policy and passion for healthcare and a desire to apply these in a busy commercial environment and contribute to the success of a hard-working and passionate team. 

Apply for this job: Associate Director – London – Very competitive salary

Contact Information:

Address:  meet
Irongate House, 30 Dukes Place, London
EC3A 7HX
England
Tel:  +44 203 178 7488
Website:  Visit Our Web Site

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