Senior Account Executive for 100% integrated PR agency

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Attention integrated account services people - why be a small fish in a big pond when you can join an agency and have a highly visible role as a Senior Account Executive as you rise in your career? Our client, located west of Boston, is truly an integrated shop - their capabilities include advertising, PR, digital, media buying and more. Their clients range from Fortune 100 financial services companies to law firms, tech companies, management consultancies and others. Current clients are using them for multiple services; all new clients are fully integrated so it's an especially exciting time to join them.

In the Senior Account Executive role, you will work with a large and fast-paced financial services client as well as clients in professional services and technology. Your work will never be dull. Work includes
Working with clients on their PR strategies accounts using both digital tools and traditional fundamentals
Generating dialogue and maintaining relationships with the media by using tools from old and new schools
Interacting with a range of clients across multiple industries (see above)
Learning new and complex concepts from your clients and translating them for use through media pitches, bylined articles, visual assets, blog posts, and social media.

Is this you?
4+ years of experience in a communications agency environment; people who have worked on the client side in similar industries are also welcome!
Proven track record of media results
Strategic in how you approach clients' communications needs
Amazing writer
Value process and focus on details without losing sight of the big picture
Stay on the cutting edge of digital trends and tools
Track record of working well with colleagues cross-functionally
Have managed people - even interns and/or want to develop managerial skills
Ambitious - you want to take on more. Learn new technologies. New skills. New industries. You like to be challenged
Bachelor's degree

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