We are Kenyons

Welcome to Kenyons. We are a team of people who care passionately about delivering creative and effective campaigns for our clients.

You can get to know us better here - with examples of work we’ve done for brilliant organisations in a range of sectors, information on the services we house, and a sneak peek at our friendly team. Of course, we’d like to find out more about you too; if you have a project you’re interested in sharing with us, we’d love to share our ideas with you.

Derek Tyrer

Marketing Account Director

John Durband

Designer

Olivia Carroll

Accounts Assistant

Matthew Barooah

Web Developer

Rosie Kenyon

Marketing Account Director

Paul Jones

Head of Finance

James Dunningham

Director

Matt Eld

Managing Director

Helen Parker

Operations Manager

Sally Kenyon

Digital Account Executive

Antonio Dado

Designer

Will Jones

Marketing Account Manager

Aaron McDonald

Head of Creative Services

Phil Cliffe

Designer

Anna Piszczek

Creative Media Trainee

Richard Davison-White

Art Director

Rian Bailey-Weir

Digital Account Manager

Nathan Blackburn

Head of Web

Roger Kenyon

Chairman

Careers at Kenyons

Want to be part of a fun, driven team?

 

Accounts Assistant

Job Summary Kenyons is a busy & vibrant PR and marketing business based in Liverpool. We are now looking for an experienced accounts assistant to work part-time 3 days per week, reporting to the Finance Manager. We can be flexible as to which days of the week are worked. Responsibilities and Duties Good credit-control is […]

 

Web Developer Internship

Problem Solver? Analytical mind? Interest in technology and web stuff? Know a bit of coding? (or would like to know some?) Like working in a small team? Passionate about your own development?

We have a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious and organised graduate or postgraduate to join our team as a paid intern. The role may best suit a computer science graduate, but we are open minded to any discipline. For this internship attitude, willingness to learn and a work ethic are more important than experience.