- Advising clients in relation to public affairs, public consultation, stakeholder engagement and media relations strategy
- Clear understanding of the Wales planning and/or public affairs sector
- Existing relationships with politicians, media, and prospective clients
- A strong commercial understanding, and experience of working in an agency setting
- Demonstrable background in growing client accounts and securing virgin new business wins
- Line management experience
This is a significant role within our experienced public affairs and stakeholder engagement team. Working within a structure that allows for autonomy, you will be tasked with leading Remarkable’s Wales-based work, reporting into our Senior Account Director and Director for the West & Wales region.
There will be a strong emphasis on new business development in order to grow the Remarkable Group’s presence and client base in Wales.
Alongside responsibilities in relation to new business, the Welsh office lead will ultimately hold accountability for the effective delivery of all client projects within their portfolio of clients, advising on and executing effective strategies on time and within budget.
Based in our Cardiff office, you will play a vital role as a key partner to the senior management team for accounts and new business activity, and provide accurate and regular reporting on activity, results and profitability across your client accounts as the Welsh office continues to grow and develop.
WHO WE ARE & WHAT WE DO
Working on projects and campaigns across the UK, Remarkable employs some of the country’s most experienced public affairs and communications professionals.
And it has one of the largest, most experienced stakeholder and community engagement teams in Britain.
The teams help clients achieve their goals by engaging with government at a local, regional and national level, whether they’re seeking to obtain planning consent for a new development, deliver best-practice consultation, manage reputation, raise their profile with political stakeholders or influence Government policy.
Shortlist for candidates will be complied by end of April, with a view to starting the role early May