ClearStory International is a renowned international public relations agency headquarted in Dublin boasting over clients across more than 20 countries. These include governments, intragovernmental organisations, accelerators, scaleups and startups.
We work with our clients to help them get noticed by the world’s largest media outlets, from the BBC, TIME Magazine, CNBC, CNN and Bloomberg to establish their reputation anywhere in the world.
Our rapidly growing PR agency is looking to recruit a talented Client Director who can lead and direct international PR campaigns across a mix of verticals including technology, F&B and government sectors.
Your job will be to solve complex challenges for clients directing a team of dedicated PR Account Managers and Consultants to garner the attention of top tier news outlets around the world.
See more details below.
Who You Are:
- You have extensive experience working in international public relations
- You have a genuine interest in technology, startups and global business
- You have experience in team management within an agency environment
- You are flexible and proactive with a proven ability to multitask
- You are solution focused and able to think strategically
- You are organised and have strong attention to detail
- You have experience in strategic communications
- You can multitask and work to tight deadlines under pressure
- You are friendly and have exceptional interpersonal skills
- You are technologically adaptable
- You thrive when working both independently and as part of a team
You have a genuine interest in news and current affairs
What you must have:
- At least 7 years’ PR agency experience
- Minimum experience of 2 years at Account Manager level or higher
- A third level degree OR relevant communications or PR qualification/diploma
- Exceptional creative writing and corporate writing skills
- Client and campaign management skills
- Experience in developing key international media relationships
- Fluency in English (including written)
- A second language would be an asset – although is not essential