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Public Relations Account Executive
Public Relations Account Executive
Monitor, support and coordinate the day-to-day agency efforts for each assigned client/project. Responsible for the account support systems (administrative, budget, traffic, production).
The day-to-day role involves three key areas:
Manages media monitoring service along with related dashboards and reports. Produces and manages media lists and other contact databases.
Generates ideas and develops point-of-view on PR objectives and strategies as part of department team.
Assists in liaison role with Account Services, Account Planning, Accounting and Media on assigned projects. Keeps team informed of status/next steps.
Tracks projects/jobs through internal traffic system from concept to completion.
Assists in development of agency plans; provides ideas, business analysis and background information to team members.
Assists in writing news releases, advisories, memos and other business communication.
Manages outreach to media when requested.
Helps develop in-depth review of client business.
Monitors competitive environment. Reports on key category developments, media expenditures and competition.
Brings unsolicited ideas to the client and internal account teams.
Identifies and pursues “new” business opportunities from existing clients/projects. Generates leads for agency new business.
Works with other internal disciplines (social media, creative, planning) as needed in the development and execution of PR initiatives.
Prepares client/job status reports.
Responsible on assigned projects for client presentations, call reports and follow-up actions.
Prepares assessments of competitive expenditures and campaigns.
Backs up Account Manager in documenting client meetings with service reports and keeping “agency team” abreast of account developments.
Effective communication skills – oral and written.
Effective organizational skills.
Ability to manage day-to-day projects and coordinate team efforts.
Ability to make decisions and to accept responsibility for their outcomes.
Must reside in or be willing to relocate to the Louisville, Ky., area.
Report to: Director of Public Relations
Qualified individuals may submit their credentials to email@example.com.
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