I have an awesome opportunity for a Junior PR Account Executive to join a leading agency in Buckinghamshire. If you are thinking about starting your career in the world of PR but don't feel that you have the experience to make that first step then don't worry!
Our client is a forward-thinking agency working within a niche sector. Although the sector is niche, they work with a wide range of clients across different sectors within an industry that is constantly changing, innovative and allows PR candidates to be incredibly creative.
Our client is super passionate about their people and getting the right people to fit the outstanding culture that they have spent time creating. Culture is key for this client and they can't wait to meet people who will fit well with them and also feel at home.
Offering an excellent benefits package, encouraging a great work-life balance and a beautiful office to work in, this really is an opportunity not to be missed!
As Junior PR Account Executive, you will be working closely with the team on a portfolio of clients. You will be creating lots of engaging and creative content; press releases, articles, blogs and social. You will immerse yourself in social media and help clients with their content planning and managing their channels. You will also be involved in media relations, picking up the phone to sell those press releases into the media to secure coverage or your clients. You will be able to engross yourself in the industry and develop all the skills that you need.
All that my client asks is that you have an interest and passion for PR or journalism and love to write. They can teach the technical skills that you need, helping you grow within your career. This willingness to spend the time growing their employees is just a testament to the great attitude that they have.
This role is based in Buckinghamshire and is commutable via; Buckingham, Bicester, Brackley, Milton Keynes, Dunstable, Aylesbury and parts of Oxfordshire.
Plenty more to tell you, so please send your CV in the first instance, and we can take it from there!