What's it like working at Richmond Towers?

Hopefully the fact that we’ve been voted One of the Best Small Companies to Work For gives you some idea! We’re proud of our people, our friendly, personable culture and our hard-working ethic, which has seen us keep ahead of the game and form strong relationships with our clients and journalists alike for over 80 years.

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Junior Account Manager required for the Food Team

Working across a range of accounts in the food team, this role is an excellent opportunity within a lively and creative agency environment.

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Applicants should have at least two year’s agency experience and demonstrate a good understanding of print and social media, creativity, strong communication and writing skills, enthusiasm, commitment and an interest in food.

To apply, please send a CV and covering letter to Andrea Garvey andrea@rt-com.com

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Account Executive required for Van Communications

We are currently looking for a shoe-loving, talented account executive used to working in a busy press office environment.

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Applicants should have at least one year’s agency experience.  You will need to be bright, articulate and a driven self-starter with bags of enthusiasm. You will also be a lateral thinker, a great copywriter and have confident client communication skills.

To apply, please send a CV and covering letter to Andrea Garvey andrea@rt-com.com

 

 

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Sweet charity…

Here at Richmond Towers, we’re not afraid of rolling up our sleeves in the name of a worthy cause. Whether it’s taking on the Trees for Cities Tree-Athlon, getting our bake on for Comic Relief or donning our festive jumpers for Save the Children, charity is important to us. Our most recent charity work saw us join the ranks of collectors braving the streets to help raise money for Marie Curie’s Great Daffodil Appeal. The appeal encourages people to make a small donation and wear a daffodil to show their support for the charity’s cancer care work. Keen to join in, we headed off in pairs (complete with very lovely yellow hats!) to explain the cause, sell our daffodil wares and drum up some monetary support from commuters and tourists at Charing Cross station. We raised more than £450, which was enough to help Marie Curie provide 22 hours of nursing care for terminally ill patients in their own homes. Well done to everyone involved!

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