Senior account executive
Are you bored at your current agency or in your current public
relations role? Would you like to join a vibrant, dynamic and young
team in a position with great prospects, awesome benefits and an
Then apply straight away - the role of senior account executive at PR agency Stone Junction will surely not be available for long.
"In the past we have always grown our own by promoting from within. However, at the moment we are winning new business regularly and need some fresh blood!" explained managing director Richard Stone.
This job would be ideal for someone with between a year and three years experience in PR who wants some genuine responsibility and a clear route to an account manager position.
Stone Junction believes empowering its staff makes it successful. All team members benefit from a planned series of training workshops and all employees receive a £200 annual bursary, to spend on non-vocational training.
"Our personalised benefits package allows each individual to choose his or her preferred reward for achieving targets. Doing a great job can result in extra holidays, early or late starts, trade or professional body membership, book, tech, gig or music vouchers or almost anything with measurable value," continued Stone.
Employees benefit from an annual paid day to spend working for a charity of their choice and additional projects are encouraged, such as the company's sponsorship of Save the Children's Born to Play event.
So, if you want to work at a PR agency that is genuinely committed to its people, e-mail Stone Junction with your CV and covering letter.
The salary range for this position is £21,000 - £30,000.
To apply for the role e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and mark your application, ‘Senior account executive - 2016’.
Meet the team
Zafar is a technological savvy business graduate with an MBA in international business and a bachelor's degree in business IT. He's worked in the public sector as a money advisor and spent time as an analyst in developing a commercial hybrid vehicle for Tesco. He's also worked in a busy marketing department where his fluency in Urdu, Punjabi and Hindi was handy. His passion for photography and new tech is rooted in his thirst for knowledge... he is a thirsty sponge.
Junction has been going from strength to strength, building up its
client base and championing the achievements of technical and
engineering firms, some of which are in Staffordshire."
Ben Adams, Staffordshire County Council