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about 1 year ago
Henry Nicholas Associates
Salary: £17000 - £24000 per annum
Location: South West, Bristol
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Rachael Ellison
Sector: Agency
Category: Account Management Jobs, Marketing Executive
A long standing and highly reputable client of ours have a brand new opportunity for an Account Executive to join their friendly and fast paced team. The company are situated in Bristol and specialise within the Public Affairs, Community, and Public engagement sector with lots of stakeholder management – working on a variety of interesting projects. Your background would ideally be from a Public Affairs agency or have some relevant internships within the Public Affairs sector and an accompanying degree.

The company.
Have multiple UK offices, which have grown over the years. They have over 25 years’ experience within the public affairs sector, political and community engagement. They have a mix of experience levels and provide great career prospects for every individual.

The role.
Is an entry level role, working closely with the client account managers. This role will involving writing to various stakeholder, client management, administration, project management and client strategy.

The experience we need.
Ideally 1 + years’ experience as an Account Executive within a Public Affairs agency or similar environment client side. Have an ambitious personality and the desire to progress quickly to an Account Manager. Possible a degree, focused on topics like, planning permission, community engagement, public affairs, politics, political engagement.

What you’ll get in return.
Excellent career prospects, brilliant working environment, good entry level salary with additional benefits. 

How to apply.
If this sounds of interest, then please click the apply button right away! For more info on this or similar roles please give Rachael a call.

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