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New Year, New Roles

With 2011 in full swing, or that’s how it feels, and with the Ashes victory cheering us all, here’s some more good news, Kaizo is hiring at Account Director and Junior Account Executive levels.

With some huge new programmes, campaigns and assignments for blue chip brands coming up this year, we are looking for the right candidates to help us with these and more.

  • The Account Director will need to have proven big consumer brand experience across FMCG and consumer technology and be used to operating at a senior level but also hands on enough to deliver at the coalface. As with all Kaizo consultants you will need to have a genuine interest and understanding of how to shift attitudes and behaviour, and how social media can play a key part in this.
  • At the Junior Account Executive level we are looking for candidates who demonstrate a real drive for a career in PR, an ability to learn quickly, and a rigour for detail to go with an inquisitive nature and boldness for great ideas.

To apply, please send your CV with covering email to Rhodri Harries at rhodri.harries@kaizo.net

Finally, a big Happy New Year from all of us here at Kaizo.

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