Looking for a new Simon

Bugger! Over at GREEN we are losing Account Manager Simon Collister. Simon has accepted a position at Edelman in London with a specific gig on social media. We wish him well. Simon has been a real asset to the team in spite of his bad jokes - we will miss him. Our loss is Edelman's gain.
So we are hiring. As one of the north's leading PR and communications agencies, GREEN Communications is seeking highly motivated professionals to play leading roles in delivering media relations programme to a range of clients in the B2C and B2B sectors.
To replace Simon we need people with solid client handling skills, who can demonstrate the ability to deliver clear and concise copy and adopt creative approaches to the brief.

Account Manager: You will already have at least three years' experience of managing a range of accounts and can demonstrate media coverage across a portfolio of demanding clients. An organised and methodical approach is essential. Some experience of writing proposals and competitively pitching for business is preferred. An interest in emerging social media platforms is also welcome.

Graduate Trainee Account Executive: You will have ambitions to build a career in PR and will have already proven that you can write and work with a variety of clients. You will have an excellent eye for a 'news' story and the ability to prioritise activity and work to deadlines in a busy, fluid environment. You will also provide administrative support to the team and should be well organized and well-versed in key office software packages.

In return, you can expect and rewarding career at a fast-growing company. If you think you fit the bill and you're ready for a real challenge - email your CV to Ian, Emma or Andy at, or
For now we just need to sort out Simon's leaving party. I hope he has a headache after the event.


Simon Collister said...

That's a glowing post indeed, Ian. Thank you. I've really enjoyed GREEN and will be sad to go but equally excited about my next opportunity.

On a serious note, we have seen blogs as online CVs but hows this post for an online reference??
Looking forward to a few small lager-beers.

Ahmed said...

Sounds cool.

Ian Green said...

Is that Imran Ahmed - my Yodi of the internet?