Account Supervisor/Senior Account Supervisor

Location: San Diego, CA

Department: Accounts

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Senior Manager/Supervisor

The secret to success at JPR: everyone is purpose-driven. It’s what happens when a company culture embraces the art of strategy and a chance to shine brighter on the daily. As a senior role based in our San Diego office, you are an effective leader, a hospitality pro and an influencer in your own right who commandeers the luxury travel and lifestyle media landscapes and understands the potency of storytelling. You have established connections in the industry with a zeal for travel and lifestyle brands, recognized for creating the unexpected with award-winning campaigns to prove it. The bow? It’s always tied.

The powerhouse agency—with offices in NYC, London, Los Angeles and San Diego—will take you further afield, connecting you to a top-tier roster of clients that includes Relais & Châteaux, The Ritz-Carlton, Vail Mountain Resorts and some of the best luxury lifestyle brands in the world. We’ve garnered awards for a reason, and most recently scored SmartCEO magazine’s Company Culture Award, recognizing our power to cultivate a creative, collaborative workplace. Praiseworthy? It’s what we do internally and for clients.

Account Supervisor/ SeniorAccount Supervisor Responsibilities:

  • 7 years of PR experience – in-house or agency
  • A natural-born mentor, you create a learning environment where your teams’ development is a constant reflection of your management and PR skills
  • Passport within reach, you jet-set at a moment’s notice, embracing new destinations, cuisine, and cultures
  • You are an industry storyteller who threads the narrative and is up-to-date on trends via traditional print and social channels
  • You are an established strategic account counsel, mastering client goals and PR plans
  • You lead by example, always showcasing a high level of work ethic, responsibility, and dedication to JPR and all of its clients
  • Preparing effective, comprehensive public relations programs and plans that are well organized and well written, you create detailed timelines and budgets that are appropriate to client needs
  • Confidently leading client calls, status updates, strategy sessions, and presentations is what you do every day
  • You have the ability to excel in a fast-paced environment, oversee client accounts and deadlines, review work of team members 
  • You develop and strategize creative programs and partnerships that produce superior results for clients
  • You identify new business opportunities and enthusiastically attend new business pitches and presentations accordingly
  • You conduct employee reviews with valor and insight to catapult your team’s personal development and careers through performance management

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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