Junior PR Assistant
graduate job
Expires8 days

Junior PR Assistant

Job description

We are looking for a Junior PR Assistant to join our dedicated team of 20 in our central London office. We’re looking for someone who is inspired by explaining complex products, issues and research. The successful candidate will work in our technology practice, on clients in the artificial intelligence, cyber security and IoT space.

Key responsibilities:

  • Supporting the implementation of PR projects and programmes from initial brief, through to drafting content, media relations and campaign evaluation working with your account manager
  • Build and maintain strong media relationships that help us to deliver for clients
  • Development of an in-depth knowledge of the client's business and the sector in which they operate to ensure PR initiatives are relevant and competitive
  • Over time build and maintain strong client relationships, to support the account activity
  • Support the account teams with reporting and other administrative duties

What we are looking for

You should be an excellent writer, with a good command of language, grammar and punctuation. You will appreciate the importance of social media, and be able to demonstrate how you have used social platforms. You will also need to have a passion for technology and be aware of the latest trends.

Qualifications

A degree is required.

Accepted degree subjects

  • literature and creative writing
  • marketing and advertising studies
  • humanities
  • media studies and publishing

How to apply

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 30/04/2019

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Closing date: 30/04/2019

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Additional job details

Number of vacanciesOne
LocationLondon
Salary

Competitive salary

ContractPermanent
Working hoursFull-time

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