Director - UK
Associate Director – Corporate, Public and Third sectors
Up to circa £60,000 + Benefits + Bonus– London / Hybrid
This international strategy consultancy is an industry success story. They continue to enjoy impressive growth working with a whole host of high-profile clients within the public, private and third sectors.
The team forge strong partnerships and work collaboratively with their clients helping them make the best decisions on their communication and engagement programmes.
Projects broadly fall into 3 categories:
Strategic insight – research with public, stakeholder and opinion formers delivering insight to support corporate and public policy decisions, helping to navigate reputation and brand issues
Comms and Campaign development – helping clients influence opinion and change behaviour
Engagement – helping clients work with their key audiences. Deliberative citizen dialogue and engagement, customer co-creation; stakeholder, opinion-former and colleague engagement.
Already an experienced agency-side researcher (ideally mixed methods) you will possess the ability to understand your clients on a deeper level and apply a strategic lens to client problems.
You’ll be expected to understand the wider context of a client issue having a good grasp of the social, cultural and political context. Ensuring the deliverables, insights and strategic advice given to clients is at the highest level is going to be key.
This consultancy rewards all their employees with very attractive starting salaries and benefits package. They also have a flexible working policy. There will also be plenty of opportunity for promotion and to grow your talent in a stimulating and collaborative environment.
An opportunity not to be missed if you are serious about developing your career within Comms and are attracted by working for a prestigious industry name!
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