| 
  • If you are citizen of an European Union member nation, you may not use this service unless you are at least 16 years old.

  • Files spread between Dropbox, Google Drive, Gmail, Slack, and more? Dokkio, a new product from the PBworks team, integrates and organizes them for you. Try it for free today.

View
 

PR Placements

Page history last edited by Richard Bailey 10 years, 6 months ago

Back to Index

 


Definitions

The primary objective of a placement opportunity, for a student or young practitioner, is to gain experience and build your CV (resume). Pay should be a secondary consideration. That said, some placements do offer a salary.

 

  • Placements (sandwich year): Also known as industrial placements. These are part of the degree programme, are for a full year, are advertised nationally and pay a salary.
  • Placements: Term used to describe any informal agreement between a volunteer and a supervisor. Length of service is negotiable, to suit both parties (eg one day a week, one week during university vacation). A salary is not payable, but students can often claim back travel expenses.
  • Adoptions: Term we use to distinguish informal placements from the formal, contractual 'industrial placement' that is a part of the degree programme.
  • Internship: Term used in North America to describe the range of workplace learning opportunities listed above.

 

Useful links


 

Internship at Leukemia Research

 

The UK's leading blood cancer charity is looking for an Intern to volunteer in their Press Office.

You will be assisting the team with their sports and celebrity events and helping to raise awareness for the Charity. The team will provide media support for varied events these include the PR for the launch of Sir Ian Botham's 2010 Walk, London Bikeathon, Triathlons, Forget-Me-Not Walks and special celebrity events.

For this role you will need to be enthusiastic, a good communicator, extremely well organised and calm under pressure.

Hours are 10am-4pm, four days a week for three months. Travel expenses will be paid.

 

Contact Serena, Press Officer, via the Leukemia Research website for more details.

 

Posted 12 August 2009


 

33 Digital seeks a future digital star

 

"We’re looking for a new recruit to join the 33 Digital fold. It would be a good idea if you have had a bit of PR or marketing experience, but the right attitude to wanting work in nothing but the digital media environment is top of our list.

"We’d like someone who is either starting out in this game, maybe from a different area and has something new to offer, or a seasoned pro who’s bigger and better than all of us put together. Just come and say hi and we can take it from there."

Link to job announcement on 33 Digital website.

 

Posted 2 August 2009


 

Communications officer (fixed term)

 

Nisa Today's seeks a placement year or graduate student to support the PR and Communications team in corporate communications activity.

 

The successful candidate will have a knowledge of public relations tactics, will have an understanding of the media and media relations will have strong copywriting skills.

 

See here for job description and how to apply.

 

Posted 25 June 2009

Closing date 3 July 2009


 

Three month paid internships: Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York

 

http://www.jrf.org.uk/about-us/jobs/internships

 

Posted 16 June 2009

Closing date: 3 July 2009


Opportunities in London for students and graduates with social media skills

 

Publicasity is looking for a summer intern and a full timer/year placement. Must have very good social media skills and knowledge of online public relations.

 

Contact David Phillips, Head of Digital at Publicasity, through social media channels:

 

Twitter      :      twitter.com/DavidGHPhillips

Linkedin:    :      http://www.linkedin.com/in/davidghphillips

Blog:     :      http://Leverwealth.blogspot.com

 

Posted 4 June 2009

 

And... in a flash, the possitions have been filled. Thanks to all who applied. Isnt Online Public Relations so cool!

 


 

Public relations and social media work experience

 

For details of work experience opportunties with Wolfstar in Leeds, see this blog entry.

 

Posted 31 May 2009

 


 

Paid digital internship in London

 

For details of the competition for a month's paid internship, read Simon Collister's blog entry.

 

Closing date 30 May 2009.

 


 

Rugby League Volunteer Press Officers Required

 

The RFL is looking to recruit a number of volunteer press officers to assist with the promotion of the successful Co-operative Rugby League Conference and the Gillette National Youth League.

 

The roles are ideal for anyone seeking experience in PR or journalism and the RFL is looking for candidates who are enthusiastic, have excellent writing skills and a keen interest in Rugby League.

 

Craig Spence, RFL Communications Manager said: “This is a great opportunity for anybody interested in a career in media to get some real hands on experience.

 

“Due to the continued success and growth of these competitions we need a number of volunteers who are interested in Rugby League to help with match reports and stories which will be collated by the RFL’s media consultant.”

 

The Co-operative Rugby League Conference (RLC) is an ever expanding competition and due to significant growth in recent years the RFL is now looking to recruit 11 enthusiastic volunteer press officers to assist in the promotion of the competition.

 

The competition which runs from April through to October includes teams from all over England, Wales and Scotland and involves more than 90 teams competing across 11 different competitions.

 

Reporting to the RFL’s media consultant, each volunteer will be responsible for managing the PR for one of the competitions' 11 different leagues.

 

Primary responsibilities will include assisting RFL Media and RLS staff with content for the RLC website. Also volunteers will need to compile match reports, scores and league tables for supply to newspapers each weekend.

 

The volunteers will be required to undertake most of their duties on a Saturday evening following completion of the fixtures.

 

The Gillette National Youth League season runs from September to May and currently consists of 14 teams.

 

The RFL is looking to recruit up to three volunteers whose primary primary responsibilities will include compiling match reports, scores and league tables for supply to the media consultant.

 

To apply to become a volunteer please visit www.rfl.uk.com and click on the RFL careers tab.

 

-ends-

 

Craig Spence

RFL Communications Manager

 

RFL

Red Hall, Red Hall Lane, Leeds, LS17 8NB

Phone - 0113 237 5581

http://www.therfl.co.uk

 

Posted 16 April 2009


 

Habitat: 6 month internship

 

I have a six month internship position available, April until October (with the possibility of a three month extension), to support the Press Office and CASA (sample warehouse) on daily activities, including administrative support, logistical operations and special projects.

 

I am looking for a confident, proactive character who is keen to develop their PR skills within the interiors industry. The position will be spilt between our warehouse where samples will need to be prepared and dispatched and also our head office where responsibilities will involve supporting the press office and special retail projects.

 

This is a paid position. Please contact me for more details and a job description.

 

Claire Durkin

UK Public Relations Manager

T: +44(0)20 7614 5506

M: +44(0)7881 582 105

Habitat

42-46 Princelet Street

London E1 5LP UK

http://www.habitat.co.uk

 

Posted 20 March 2009


Internship at Allerton Communications

 

Allerton Communications Limited (www.allertoncomms.co.uk) is a young and growing company providing the highest levels of client service in financial and corporate public relations. Our team helps businesses establish and develop a regular dialogue with investors and other vital audiences. Our principal business sectors are Energy & Environmental; Financial & Professional Services, and Media & Technology.

We are looking for a bright, energetic graduate or undergraduate for work experience, to provide support and assistance to colleagues undertaking client work and business development. The successful candidate will either be studying for or have successfully completed a degree in a relevant area, e.g. PR and / or Marketing, business or finance, and show interpersonal and written communication skills, attention to detail and analytical skills.

The position will be either temporary or part-time depending on study commitments, and we are happy to work with course administrators to ensure applicants receive credit for work undertaken. A travel allowance will be paid depending on circumstances.

 

Peter Curtain, Allerton Communications Limited

2 Leathermarket Street, London SE1 3HN UK

+44 (0) 20 3137 2501 (d)

+44 (0) 20 3137 2500 (t)

+44 (0) 20 3137 2505 (f)

+44 (0) 7733 301 707 (m)

peter.curtain@allertoncomms.co.uk

www.allertoncomms.co.uk

 

 

 

Posted 13 March 2009  


 

Shining stars of the future

 

If you're currently studying at university or college and think that a career in PR is for you then you might like to consider applying for the graduate scheme at one of the UK’s most fresh, smart and connected brand communication consultancies – Shine.

 

You will work as part of a dedicated team within Shine’s broad portfolio, including blue chip clients across youth and entertainment, and be mentored by some of the best young PR professionals in the business – ensuring you a great head start in this dynamic industry!

 

To be in with a chance of being one of our 2009 grads please send your CV and a covering letter for the attention of Lisa Rodgers to: graduates@shinecom.com

 

Within your covering letter we would definitely like you to tell us:

  • Why would you be suited to a job in PR? 
  • What it is that drew you to apply to Shine? 
  • Which recent PR story really caught your attention?

 

If you have the chance, we’d love it if you could let us know a little bit more about yourselves by telling us (in no more than 200 words each):

  • Three interesting little known facts about yourself

  • What your favourite book, album or film is – what do you like most about it?

  • And if you feel like it…anything else you think best represents you and shows off your creativity and enthusiasm – could be a photo, poem, piece of writing or presentation

 

Closing date for entries is the 3rd April 2009. If you are successful you will be notified by the 17th April ‘09 and will be invited to come and show us what you’re all about at Shine on 29th April ‘09. If you’re one of the chosen ones you will be invited to complete a two month paid placement during the summer months, with the possibility of more if you really shine…

 

Good Luck!

 

If you would like to come and experience working at Shine we also offer work experience placements throughout the year.  If you are interested please send your CV along with a covering letter and availability dates to lizzie.fee@shinecom.com

 

www.shinecom.com

 

Posted 20 February 2009 


 

Events and PR Executive: The Tourism Society

 

The Tourism Society is looking for a new member of staff to help ensure the smooth running of this professional body which exists to raise the professional standards of all those working in travel and tourism. All applications are welcome, including those from graduates. Unfortunately this position is not available to placement students.

The position described below will support the Executive Director and Membership & Office Manager at the Society's offices in Sutton, Surrey SM1 1SH.

 

Applicants should note that they would be expected to attend Society events, which are usually held in the evening in London, occasionally in other parts of the UK, approximately twice a month.

 

Job Title: Events & PR Executive

Salary: £16,500- £18,000 depending on experience

Job Location: Sutton, Surrey , UK

Contract: Permanent

Start Date: Monday 9th or 16th March 2009

 

The aims of the Events & PR Executive are: To help the Society expand its membership through an interesting and stimulating networking events calendar and increased awareness of the Society and its aims through regular pro-active PR activity; To work with colleagues as required to ensure the smooth running of this small professional body which exists to raise the professionalism of all those working in travel and tourism; To organise all Society events which are usually held in the evening in London, occasionally in other parts of the UK, approximately once or twice a month; To implement the relevant sections of the Society Business Plan (objectives one and five).

 

The main roles of this position are as follows:

•  To coordinate with the Executive Director and Events board member champion and implement a full, relevant & exciting calendar of events (a minimum of 12 per year)

•  The financial management of those events, working to a surplus target of 25% of total events revenue

•  Obtaining sponsorship for those events, actively promoting the events & managing the events on-site

•  To increase overall awareness of the Society and its aims with the trade media and the trade in general

•  Press release writing

•  Website page updates

Applicants will need to have an outgoing and friendly personality and be willing to work in a small team sometimes under considerable pressure. Applicants also need to be comfortable with Microsoft Office programs and have an active interest in the tourism industry. Experience in event organisation and management, public relations and press release writing would be advantageous.

 

Application deadline: Friday 13th February 2009, 5pm

Applicants need to be available for interviews during the week beginning 16th February 2009. Start date of position: Monday 9th or 16th March 2009.

Click here for the full job description.

Email Flo Powell on flo@tourismsociety.org to apply.

 

About the Tourism Society

 

Posted 6 February 2009


 

Placement opportunity at Mulberry Marketing Communications

 

Mulberry Marketing Communications welcomes applications from students for placements in spring and summer 2009 in its London office.

 

Contact Chris Klopper

Tel: 020 7928 7676

cklopper@mulberrymc.com

www.mulberrymc.com

 

Updated 20 January 2009


London consultancy seeks interns 

 

Jori White PR is currently looking for interns, one a short-term basis or longer. Clients include Ferrari, Westfield London, The Bombay Brasserie and London Smile Clinic.

 

Contact Debbie Schogger

Jori White Public Relations Ltd

Studio 2, 12 Bourchier Street, London W1D 4HZ

Tel: 020 7734 7001

Email: DebbieS@joriwhitepr.co.uk

Web: http://www.joriwhitepr.co.uk

 

Posted 16 January 2009


 

PR consultancy seeks French, German and Dutch students

 

Leeds-based Brahm needs the help of Dutch, German and French students to work on the launch of a new product in European markets in early 2009.

 

Contact Nina Hands (n.hands@brahm.com)

 

Posted 19 December 2008


Graduate trainees: professional headhunting

 

Sagar Wright Search and Selection is regarded as one of the best graduate employers in Yorkshire and the UK. Successful graduates earn over £40,000 in their second year following a 12-month training scheme.

 

This specialist niche search firm operates in the areas of professional services consulting, financial services consulting and investment consulting.

 

The firm is looking to recruit only the most ambitious, driven and dynamic graduates who possess the raw skills that can be developed to produce top performing professional headhunters.

 

Starting salary: £20,000 plus bonus

 

Visit www.professionalheadhunter.co.uk

 

Posted 11 December 2008


Lexis graduate scheme

 

Lexis PR is recruiting for its graduate scheme, starting September 2009.

The scheme has an initial 12 week rotation (2 weeks in each of the departments). Upon successful completion of the 3 month probation you would be promoted to Assistant Account Executive and be assigned a full portfolio of accounts.

Starting salary is £18,000.

 

Contact Vicky King at the CIPR in the first instance ( victoriak@cipr.co.uk )

 

Posted 5 December 2008

 


 

GREEN is hiring again

 

GREEN Communications is looking for a talented account manager.

 

Via Facebook group.

 

Posted 3 December 2008

 


Learn the art of public sector communications

 

Geronimo Communications, the UK's No. 1 public sector PR agency, are currently expanding their Leeds office and looking to appoint a dedicated work experience candidate who can offer their services for one or two days a week. We're ideally looking for a final year student who has previous PR experience.

 

The role includes:

  • Participating in brainstorming sessions
  • Working as part of the team and independently
  • Admin - creating media lists
  • Media relations
  • Writing press releases
  • Working alongside creatives and copywriters

 

Candidates will:

  • Have a good understanding of PR
  • Be dedicated and use their own initiative
  • Be enthusiastic and interested in learning
  • Support account managers and account executives
  • Be confident, hardworking and motivated
  • Have good writing and communication skills

 

If you're interested, please send your CV to sophie.beckingham@geronimocommunications.com

 

http://www.geronimocommunications.com/

 

Posted: 14 November 2008


Yorkshire Cancer Research seeks PR assistant

 

Yorkshire Cancer Research is the largest regional medical research charity in the UK. We fund vital cancer research at universities and hospitals throughout Yorkshire.

 

We are looking for an exceptional person to fill an important role based in Harrogate.

 

  • PR assistant

 

Closing date 28 November 2008.

 

For job description and application procedure, go to www.ycr.org.uk/jobs or call 01423 877210.

 

YCR is an equal opportunities employer.

 

Posted 12 November 2008


Editorial Internship in Germany

 

No German skills required, but very good English skills essential.

You will be studying journalism, communications or media studies and you are looking for an interesting and challenging opportunity to gain some work experience abroad.

 

For our Amazing Capitals websites we are constantly recruiting young dynamic and independent individuals/students who would like to demonstrate their refreshing style of writing. Previous experience in similar fields of work appreciated.

 

Application:

Constantly recruiting, flexible entry, flexible period. 

Please apply with CV/résumé, cover letter and references.

 

philipp@amazingco.de

 

+49 211 577 33 00 Philipp Schiwek

Amazing Concepts GmbH, Philipp Schiwek, Comeniusstraße 1, 40545 Düsseldorf, Germany

 

Posted 30 October 2008

 


PR intern required at Smith and Nephew

 

Based in Central London, UK, this internship will run over Christmas, Easter and Summer holidays 08/09.

 

They are looking for a 2nd/3rd year student currently reading Media Studies, Communications or strongly related subjects to assist the Group Director of Corporate Affairs to kick-start a reconfigured corporate public relations and media programme. With a wide range of responsibilities the role requires a confident, proactive and self-motivated candidate who is able to build strong relationships and has a genuine interest in PR. Writing ability and excellent communication skills are also essential.

 

 

To apply send a CV and a single page covering letter explaining why you would be suitable for a position in PR and why you would like to work at Smith & Nephew. Please send to peter.nind@smith-nephew.com (Corporate Affairs Manager)

 

 

Closing date for applications: 7th November 2008

 

Cross-posed from CIPR Student Facebook group on 30 October 2008


WANTED: PR Account Manager

 

If bars, bands, fashion and hair and beauty are your thing and you’re not afraid of long hours and hard work with great perks – then this could be your dream job. We need an incredible communicator with fantastic writing skills, brilliant ideas and the ability to mix with people on all levels – from the MD of an international corporate brand to the band booker at a local venue. Our clients include several national and international hair brands, national independent bars, a shopping destination and national computer support service.

 

You will have at least 18 months experience working in a high octane PR environment and the CV/References to prove it.

 

Email your CV to Sharon Brigden at sharon@clearsilver.co.uk

 

Posted 17 October 2008


 

PR assistant - internet startup

 

We're Benrik (www.benrik.co.uk). We're launching a new internet start-up called Thisadwillchangeyourlife.com, and we need a young, bright and thrusting PR assistant / community manager pretty much immediately, to help craft and execute our launch in November.

 

It's a full-time job, sitting right next to us for some good old offline communication.

 

Ben Carey ( ben@benrik.co.uk )

Benrik Limited / ThisAd Limited

81 Rivington St

London EC2A 3AY

020 3178 2319

 

Posted 24 September 2008


 

PR work experience, Manchester

 

If you are a PR student looking for work experience for your portfolio, Golley Slater in Manchester would like to hear from you.

 

They would welcome you either on a one-day-a-week basis, or for short blocks, to suit your needs. They're based in the centre of Manchester, very close to Manchester Piccadilly. All levels very welcome!

 

If interested, please contact Vicky Hodson: vicky.hodson@golleyslater.co.uk

 

www.golleyslater.co.uk

 

Posted 2 September 2008


 

Client executive, technology team, London

 

Trimedia has a vacancy for a client executive in its technology team in London. Prior experience in the technology sector isn’t a requirement – but candidates must have a genuine interest in learning more about technology. Ideally this role would work on a mix of B2B and B2C clients, however at the moment the biggest need is to support a client on a pan-European basis.

 

www.trimediauk.com

 

If you are interested in applying for this position or you would like to be considered for future vacancies please email your CV with a covering note to charlotte.stubbington@trimediauk.com

 

Posted 1 September 2008


 

Placement opportunities, marketing agency

 

Perfect Marketing - the third fastest media-based company in Yorkshire - is seeking placement students. Previous students have headeded up small campaigns from concept to brodcast.

 

Fiona Patrick

Marketing Assistant

0845 680 1184; fiona@resultsbm.com

www.perfectmarketing.co.uk

 

Posted 1 September 2008


 

PR Account Exec / Senior PR Account Executive

 

Are you looking for a new challenge?

 

Have you got an impressive track record in creative communications and 12-18 months of industry experience?

 

Do you want to work for the CIPR North East PR Agency of the Year, the Drum Magazine’s North East PR Agency of the year and one of PR Week’s Top 50 consultancies outside London?

 

What are you waiting for?

 

Send your CV to Judith Reynolds, HR Director, Gardiner Richardson on judithr@gardiner-richardson.com. Agency experience desirable.

 

Posted 14 August 2008


 

Two new hires needed in Hotwire digital team

 

From Drew B's take on tech PR blog

 

Posted 14 August 2008


 

 

Graduate vacancies at Diffusion

 

Graduate Executive; £20,000 + benefits, London. September 2008 Start

 

At Diffusion we naturally believe that Public Relations offers one of the most stimulating, rewarding and intellectually challenging career choices for graduates. We’ll be opening applications for our 2009 Graduate Programme in December, but due to impressive client growth we have an opportunity for two exceptional graduates to join the Diffusion team this September.

 

So what are we looking for? Well we’re not ashamed to say our standards are very high - you will need a First or 2:1 degree from a leading University. What’s more important than what you studied is a genuine interest in communication. That means a passion for the media, for writing, for speaking and a demonstrable understanding of the PR process in the 21st Century. As you’ll be joining an agency at the leading edge of innovation in digital communication, an enthusiastic and natural affinity to all things online is essential.

 

PR is an industry where people buy people, so as well as holding all these attributes you also need to be likeable, engaging, and credible, generate trust and ooze common sense and creativity. As we said, our standards are high. So what do we offer? Firstly a commitment to training and development. At Diffusion you won’t spend most your time scanning coverage and writing reports. We will ensure you receive intensive education in PR practice so you can also quickly start making a genuine and satisfying contribution to the success of client campaigns. As well as internal training from some of the leading PR practitioners in the UK, we also invest in external training in areas such as video production and web design, equipping you with the skills that are essential for pioneering PR today.

 

Our culture is supportive and open and we thrive on creative ideas, entrepreneurial spirit and humour. By joining a young and rapidly growing agency, you will be perfectly placed to enjoy rapid career and earnings growth. Do you think you measure up? Then please send your CV and a covering letter to Daljit Bhurji, Managing Director, Diffusion at daljit.bhurji@diffusionpr.com.

 

For more information on our Talent Management approach and benefits packages click here.

 

Closing date: 28 August 2008

 

Posted 12 August 2008


 

Strive PR is hiring

 

See Strive PR blog entry

 

Posted: 2 August 2008


 

Corporate Communications Officer, South Yorkshire Police

 

Reference: CC003

 

£25,248 - £29,112 pa

 

You will develop and lead marketing strategies and campaigns to support and deliver the force's key priorities and messages. Your role will also include providing specialist professional advice and guidance to districts and departments and being involved in leading the force's response to media interest following significant issues and major incidents.

 

To be considered you will need to be educated to degree level in a Media/PR related subject and have previous experience of a similar role working in a large complex organisation with a range of partnership agencies. You will be computer literate with extensive experience of Microsoft applications.

 

You will be required to be on call on a rota basis and be available to attend major incidents and scenes of crime at any time of night or day when on duty or on call. A full driving licence and access to a car would be an advantage. You should also be prepared to work outside normal office hours from time to time.

 

For further information about this post please contact Mark Thompson, Head of Corporate Communications on 0114 2523150. Please do not contact this number for an application form.

 

Post is vacant with effect from 3 October 2008

 

Cross-posted from South Yorkshire Police vacancies site.

 

Closing date: 11 August 2008


 

British Transport Police media and marketing vacancies

 

Media & Marketing Manager

Salary range: £24,000 - £29,000 + plus on call payment

Based in Manchester

 

We are looking for a creative and experienced media manager with the ability to successfully promote the work of the British Transport Police both externally and internally.

 

The right candidate will be a gifted communicator with the ability to develop communications strategies, negotiate and influence people at all levels and liaise effectively with national, regional and local media. Our dynamic team needs someone with demonstrated experience working in a busy press office who can act on their own initiative.

 

The Media & Marketing Manager will promote a proactive approach to media relations, ensuring a coordinated and consistent approach throughout the service by working closely with Media and Marketing Managers based around the country. Flexibility and willingness to travel is key.

 

Educated to degree level or equivalent, ideally with an understanding of policing or criminal justice issues, this is an outstanding opportunity to develop your career.

 

Media & Marketing Assistant

Salary range: £17,000 - £22,000 dependent on experience

Two temporary roles for up to 6 months.

One permanent role working for the British Transport Police Authority.

Based in London

 

We need talented Media & Marketing Assistants to join our fast-moving and dedicated team in the press office.

 

The successful candidates will have first-class written and verbal communication abilities, excellent interpersonal skills and experience working in a busy press office.

 

As creative self-starters, you will be required to manage busy workloads, liaise with media and stakeholders, draft press releases and provide general support to the Media & Marketing team and in return you will get the opportunity to engage on the issues at the top of the news agenda while building your portfolio.

 

 

BTP welcomes applications from all suitably qualified applicants regardless of religion, age, gender, disability or race.

 

For an informal discussion about the roles, please contact Head of Media & Marketing, Jake Trees on 0207 023 6907. Please send your CVs and covering letters to Marketing Manager, Alison Lock at alison.lock@btp.pnn.police.uk.

 

Closing date 1 August 2008.

 

Posted 24 July 2008


 

Wolfstar wants account directors, account managers and account executives

 

See Stuart Bruce's blog for details.

 

Posted 17 July 2008

 


 

Programme Manager and Programme Director opportunities – Hotwire, London

 

We are looking for talented individuals to join our team. Superb client service is top priority for us - and we aim to recruit bright, proactive people with the potential to develop rapidly and be future leaders of the business. We were recently voted International Consultancy of the Year at last autumn’s PR Week awards and won the award for Best Technology PR Campaign. We have an ethos of developing people fast and involving all team members in new business and challenging client situations. Our culture is about delivering results and developing great careers – we are driven but we enjoy ourselves too!

 

If you are looking for a new opportunity and would like to be part of one of the fastest growing technology agencies in Europe, please email your CV and a covering letter to Katy Burgess at katy (dot) burgess (at) hotwirepr (dot) com. We look forward to hearing from you.

 

Cross posted from Ben Matthews's blog, Pudding Relations

 

10 July 2008


 

 

Junior Account Executive, Livewire

 

Livewire Public Relations is an established and award-winning PR agency based in Surrey whose knowledge, experience and strategic insight into the technology sector and educational ICT market is unrivalled in the industry. Our reputation for delivering highly successful, targeted communications programmes has been built over 18 years.

 

We’re growing fast and want to add to our team, particularly seeking those with language skills who want to use them. We’re looking for a junior Account Executive who wants to build on their work experience and develop outstanding PR skills in a stimulating and creative environment.

 

Our AEs are the mainstay of our account teams. You will get the opportunity to build and develop truly excellent client, journalist and team relationships while working on creative media campaigns. We are looking for a bright individual with some relevant and proven agency experience to provide support across a broad range of clients within the b2b technology sector. An interest in the wider world of mobile/telco, electronic technologies and their application across business and consumer markets is important.

 

What you need

  • A record of high quality academic and work achievement
  • Broad knowledge of media: print, broadcast and online
  • An interest in technology markets, and the ability to write to a publishable standard
  • Good time management skills
  • Presentation and communication skills
  • Calmness under pressure and ability to achieve tight deadlines
  • Ability to interact with confidence with clients and journalists alike
  • A strong interest in current affairs
  • Fluency/or a good working knowledge of mainland European languages

 

What we offer

  • The chance to join an award-winning agency (CIPR Pride Awards Winner: Best Not-for- Profit, and Best Low Budget Campaigns 2007/08; Finalist in CNET Network Technology Awards 2004)
  • Rewarding work on a diverse range of accounts and campaigns
  • Creative freedom and an environment that encourages new ideas
  • The opportunity to work with and learn from senior consultants across the company.

 

COMPETITIVE SALARY DEPENDENT ON EXPERIENCE, plus training budget and other benefits.

 

Contact Liz Walkling on careers@livewirepr.com or 020 8339 7436. www.livewire.com

 

Posted 27 June 2008


 

Paid Summer Work Placement, Beattie Communications Leeds

 

We are looking for students with some experience (Ideally 2nd/3rd year) to support our team, working on B2B and B2C clients. Check out our website: www.beattiegroup.com and if you think you have got what it takes, send a cover letter and CV to:

 

jess.wilkinson@beattiegroup.com

 

or call 0113 213 0310 for more information.


 

Summer work placement opportunity, consultancy

 

Clareville consumer team has an Account Assistant internship/work placement for June, July and August 2008. We are a lively, proactive agency with clients in the lifestyle, food, travel, toys & games and nursery sectors. You will need to be a team player, organised, enthusiastic and have good writing skills. Travel expenses paid. CVs should be sent to Sarah Burns, sarahburns@clareville.co.uk.

 

www.clareville.co.uk

Company of the Year 2007 - BPMA Awards

 

Posted 17 June 2008


 

PR graduate, consumer agency

 

 

iris PR is looking for a PR graduate to join the team at a young agency that’s going places fast.

 

Are you insightful, energetic and fun? Are you smart and practical with a down to earth attitude? Are you keen to cut your teeth in PR working on inspiring campaigns for a diverse range of consumer clients? If so read on...

 

We are looking for the perfect graduate to join the iris PR team, who’s keen to make their mark in a young agency that’s growing fast. You will need to have a hunger for media relations, be bursting with ideas and show good written skills and organisation.

 

iris PR, part of the iris Worldwide Group, launched in Summer 2005, and has gone from strength to strength. In the last three years the agency has retained business with the likes of Argos, Finlandia Vodka, Wonderbra, the Internet Watch Foundation, Shockabsorber, Movember and Network Rail, and project work from other great brands.

 

The directors are now looking to recruit a self-starting and pro-active graduate to join the agency. We’re ambitious to grow this company like its parent the iris marketing group, so there is a land of opportunity for the right candidate. iris Group people are self-starters, ambitious, innovative and smart - but down to earth and fun with it. Our people have and always will come first – we survey them every year and we listen to the results and this forms a key part of the strategy of the group moving forward.

 

For more information or to apply please send a CV and covering letter to

kathryn.smith@iris-pr.com

 

 

Posted 17 June 2008


 

Graduate recruit, Trimedia, Leeds

 

Award-winning public relations consultancy Trimedia is seeking a bright graduate to work as an account executive.

 

Trimedia website

 

Contact: Justin McKeown

Divisional Director, Trimedia UK

Justin.McKeown@trimediauk.com

Tel: +44 (0)870 606 0960

 

Posted 12 June 2008


 

Summer placement, consultancy

 

The opportunity

 

A two-month position at Fido PR. Hands-on experience of working for an account team within a very busy Manchester agency.

 

The role will include:

 

• Press office duties

• Media monitoring / evaluation

• Administrative support

• Some editorial writing

 

The successful candidate

 

There is lots of competition to get in to the PR industry and the successful person will be someone who has set out to prove why they deserve a position at Fido.

 

Someone with an understanding of PR, but does not have to come from a PR background (in terms of education or experience).

 

An enthusiastic individual who will grasp this opportunity and in doing so prove themselves to be an indispensable part of the team.

 

Someone who approaches this opportunity in a professional and dedicated manner. This should be evident in terms of dress, timekeeping, conduct and willingness to always do the best possible job.

 

The position

 

Starting: Mid-Late June 2008 for two months.

 

Terms: Expenses will be covered.

 

Monthly updates will be carried out with specific targets put in place.

 

It will be up to the individual to develop a portfolio based on the work that they have been involved with.

 

At the end of the two-month period a final review will be conducted based on performance. There is the chance that this could lead on to a full time position.

 

Contact

 

To be considered for the role please email erin@trustfido.co.uk

 

www.trustfido.co.uk

 

Posted 9 June 2008

 


 

External sources

Heather Kenny considers her placement year options, BBC Leeds

PR jobs at BrandRepublic

CIPR website (Work Placement Finder in members' area)

gapyear.com

University of the Arts, London placements

PR Job shop - from the CIPR

Prospects website

PR Week jobs

 

 

About Index Sources

 

Comments (0)

You don't have permission to comment on this page.