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Healthcare PR - Senior Account Manager

Employer
RBW Consulting
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
23 Jul 2022

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Sector
Marketing & PR
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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Would you like to join a multiple award-winning PR team, working on impactful thought leadership and patient campaigns?

As the dedicated communications specialists of a highly respected global health agency, this mid-size team work across brand, corporate comms and advocacy for healthcare clients. They offer a blend of scientific insight and creativity, are seen as the patient experts within the group, and have produced some fantastic, thought-provoking social media campaigns.

As Senior Account Manager you'll provide support and leadership across a number of high profile accounts. You will be a day-to-day contact for clients, build strong relationships and ensure projects and delivered to the highest quality, on time and on budget.

In this role you'll enjoy varied and interesting work, opportunities to collaborate with other disciplines, and plenty of scope to learn and progress. You'll be joining a talented and passionate team who love telling important health stories that improve outcomes.

This agency has a supportive and sociable culture with a focus on looking after their people. They offer hybrid working, lots of wellbeing initiatives, and an abundance of brilliant benefits.

Requirements



To be considered for this position you will need a healthcare PR/communications agency background to AM/SAM level, an in-depth knowledge of the healthcare environment, and well-honed client facing skills.

To hear more about this position or similar opportunities, call Rebecca Evans, Senior Healthcare Communications Consultant on +44 (0)1293 584300 or email rebecca.evans@rbwconsulting.com
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