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PR Account Director – Corporate Reputation

Come and join The PR Office: A PR Week Top 150 agency that packs a punch when it comes to corporate reputation communications. Work on client briefs from a range of sectors including helping a national charity tackle drug and alcohol abuse.

Key points of interest

  • Ref Number: 635
  • Industry Section: Corporate
  • Salary: £45,000 - £55,000
  • Type: Permanent
  • Specialism: Public Relations
  • Agency or In-house: Agency
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About the agency

The PR Office has taken the best from the world of a big agency, charity and private sector to create a team of experts able to meet the needs of any client or brief.

With a host of exciting clients across an array of sectors, you will elevate your PR career and join a nurturing team. From strategy and messaging to media relations and digital know-how, The PR Office is the expert in managing reputations, whether clients want to be talked about or kept out of the media.


The PR Office operates on a flat structure – no matter your level, you will do a bit of everything. There’s no hierarchy here. This means that absolutely everyone has a finger on the pulse on what makes a compelling copy, how to angle and position a story to attract coverage and no team member feels ‘less than others.

If you have a cracking sense of humour, you’ll fit right in here. The senior team are a social, chatty, nurturing bunch who have created an endearing culture of hard work and a family-feel closeness.

Training and development

Training and development are a priority for all team members within The PR Office. With a mix of internal and external programs set for each level including digital & social training, leadership coaching and new business training, you’ll be a well-rounded PR Pro in no time.

You’ll also have Lunch and Learn sessions where the agency invites speakers from all sectors to provide more insight and training to develop your skills. Examples of previous speakers include an ex-Unilever creative who launched their own business and a BBC Media Coach.

As well as this, every new team member will have a ‘buddy’; someone to ask those awkward questions you have whenever you move roles and someone who will be a familiar face to you from the outset. Each team member also has a mentor who is a couple of levels above them; you meet biweekly/monthly and your mentor will help you with career development.


About the job

  • Client Portfolio: Clients you’ll work on are flexible and will be decided at the interview stage, depending on experience. The accounts you work across can be more sector-specific or if you’d prefer to work across a range of sectors you can get stuck into clients across the property, financial, technology, professional services and public affairs.
  • Campaign Development: You’ll develop through the line campaigns with multiple touches, working closely with the digital team to marry up PR and social strategies.
  • Client Management: You’ll build a close working relationship with each of your clients and develop deep knowledge of their business objectives and communication challenges.  Thinking on your feet and commercial consultation is needed.
  • Team Leadership: Part of your role will be to manage AE’s, SAE’s AM’s and SAM’s, helping them to achieve career and client objectives.


About you

  • PR Experience: You must have public relations experience at the Account Director level. Your experience will be focused on managing corporate reputations. In-house experience will also be considered.
  • Media Relations: You’ll show working knowledge of the business, tech, property and financial services media sectors. You’ll know how to follow the news agenda and help tap your clients into relevant news trends.
  • Leadership: You’ll show experience in leading a team, helping improve their writing and media relations skills and display leadership qualities.
  • Campaign Development: You should be able to demonstrate the fundamentals of public relations campaign development. You won’t just show that you can secure coverage, but highlight the how, what, why of campaigns and what channels are most appropriate.


For more information, please contact Chantelle Brown on 07470 594 501 or email [email protected] You can apply by clicking the button below.

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