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Senior Account Executive, Medical Communications

Employment Type:
Full-time
Type of Job:
Medical Communications Jobs, Healthcare PR Jobs
Region:
London
Salary:
28,000 to 30,000 per annum
Currency:
UK Pound
Posted:
25-Mar-19
Recruiter:
Media Contacts (Recruitment Consultants) Limited
Job Ref:
30944

This boutique Healthcare PR and Communications Agency seeks a Senior Account Executive as a result of sustained business growth. With a reputation for generating highly creative work, all underpinned with solid and scientific foundations, they are renown for running innovative PR and medcomms campaigns for top pharmaceutical companies across Europe.

They have made it clear that there will be lots of quick progression potential at this level.

The Senior Account Executive’s Job:
-Researching and brainstorming for highly creative pitches.
-Pharmaceutical brand PR, internal comms, some medical communications, patient advocacy, media relations and issues management
-Will give you in depth training, internally and externally, in groups and one to one

The Successful Senior Account Executive:
-Will have worked in healthcare communications /PR or medical communications agency and understands agency processes.
-Either has a scientific background or a genuine desire to work with complex data to make it interesting to different audiences and a thirst for trying new things
-Is able to take on responsibility and a high level of client interaction
-Will love the ability to communicate fluently and effectively in writing with impeccable attention to detail

To find out more information about the role please send your CV to steve@media-contacts.co.uk or alternatively call Steve or Julia on 020 7359 8244 quoting reference (30944) for a confidential chat.

Contact Details:
Media Contacts (Recruitment Consultants) Limited
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7359 8244
Contact: Steve Scott
Email:

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