We are looking for a talented and experienced part-time PR executive to assist with the PR team at our digital agency. You’d be working on up to five client accounts. We are looking for someone that is able to work with us on an ongoing basis.
This role would be taken with the view to continue past the 3 month probationary period, and to join the Go Up team in office. If the probation period is successful it will go to full time (meaning that its not going to be appropriate for anyone who wants to remain part time or freelance).
Due to the ongoing crisis the applicants are expected to be able to work from home and have the capacity to join meetings remotely via Google Hangouts.
Please apply with a cover letter, via LinkedIn or directly to the email associated with this advertisement
- 3 days per week for an initial three months
- 2 years minimum experience working in the PR field
- Ability to work on a variety of different accounts, ranging from a famous luxury fashion brand, insurance companies to a translation company, the agency itself (us) etc.
- Work in close conjunction with our in house design & development, SEO and content teams, who will assist with writing content if required
- Focus is on outreach to digital platforms, ranging from world famous publications through to trade/ niche magazines and blogs
- English must be written and spoken as native
- Minimum education must be a bachelors degree from an English speaking country
- A list of contacts that you have pre-existing relationships with (journalists/editors etc)
You would be reporting to our Head of Strategy, our Head of Content and our PR-coordinator on a regular basis.
- Case studies of any companies that you have worked on PR campaigns for
- Cover letter
- These will be emailed to email@example.com along with your CV and/or LinkedIn profile
Benefits & Perks
From healthy snacks in the office through to weekly yoga, group fitness classes, access to life coaches, nutritionists and our very own private garden space, we take care to ensure our team can thrive on all fronts. We even introduced our four day working week back in 2013, well before it became cool.