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Accenture Song accelerates growth and value for our clients through sustained customer relevance. Our capabilities span ideation to execution: growth, product and experience design; technology and experience platforms; creative, media and marketing strategy; and campaign, content and channel orchestration. With strong client relationships and deep industry expertise, we help our clients operate at the speed of life through the unlimited potential of imagination, technology and intelligence.
Communications strategy is core to our process, ensuring that media thinking is considered early to deliver best in class creative ideas where the context enhances the content. At Accenture Song, we challenge the existing industry model of media and creative working in silos, instead preferring an integrated, collaborative planning approach where insights into audience’s relationship with platforms and channels are used as key inputs to creative ideation.
The Group Communications Strategy Director leads the client relationship across multiple accounts, while ensuring that goals are met through strategic communications initiatives. The GCSD will bridge the gap between media and creative, driving the creation of journeys, engagement frameworks, campaign ecosystems, and annual communications plans across paid, owned and earned touchpoints.
Lead the creation of communications strategy deliverables including audience journeys, campaign ecosystems, engagement frameworks, moments strategies and tactical briefs
Forge relationships with internal members of senior leadership, across disciplines and departments (Creative, Strategy, Production, Account, etc.)
Drive collaboration with external IAT partners including media, PR and CRM agencies
Lead relationship with senior clients, including presenting and selling through communications strategies
Oversee the process of working with creative teams to amplify their ideas via media strategy, tactics and creative thought-starters
Develop the skills and mentor junior team members
Partner with the data and analytics teams, to ensure that measurement frameworks, reporting cadences and campaign optimizations are taking place
Minimum of 9 years of experience in strategy or communications strategy or similar experience
Experience working in or with a creative agency and creative teams
Advanced understanding of the media landscape, both offline and online
Demonstrated ability to think strategically and creatively
Expert knowledge using media-based insight tools (MRI/Simmons, eMarketer, AdViews/AdRelevance, comScore and GWI)
Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills
Commercially minded, believes in the power of brands
Passion for creative
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