Job Description

The Communication Director is the leader of the operational aspects of the account and owns the relationship with the client. He or she is responsible for winning Client commitment to the Agency’s brand direction, creative strategy and resulting recommendations. This position reports to the Managing Director.

The candidate should:
–Develop and drive vision for the business
–Use holistic communications solutions
–Partner with senior-level client and agency executives
–Manage/align resources
–Lead financial accountability
–Build a rewarding team environment


• Strong leadership and mentoring skills
• A good listener
• An interpretive thinker – stratetic
• A team player
• High attention to detail
• Able to work well under pressure
• Positive and pro-active
• Flexible and able to react quickly
• Excellent verbal and written communications skills
• Digital knowledge

About This Company

Leo Burnett first opened its doors in Chicago on August 5, 1935 with just three employees. Today, Leo Burnett is a global network and a key member of the Paris based Publicis Group, the world”s third largest marketing communications network and second largest media group.
Leo Burnett MENA started in 1981 in Beirut as the first multinational advertising agency in the region. Today, Leo Burnett MENA has offices in Dubai, Jeddah, Riyadh, Kuwait, Qatar, Cairo, Beirut, Casablanca and Amman. With its regional headquarters now located in Dubai, Leo Burnett MENA is home to hundreds of passionate brand builders across the region. Creativity, commitment and integrity are all combined to offer clients a competitive advantage through an integrated multidisciplinary communication approach.

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Communication Director | Leo Burnett – Dubai, UAE

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