PR Internship

Strategic communications agency

  • Location : London 
  • Salary : £20,000 
  • Nearest Station : Green Park 
  • Application Closing Date : 31 July 2022 
  • Placement : Graduate Job ( permanent ) 
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    • London  
    • £20,000 
    • Green Park 
    • 31 July 2022 
    • Graduate Job ( permanent ) 

    Job Description

    Despite only having launched a few months ago, this strategic communications firm is growing rapidly - and they want you to be part of it!

    We can't say too much about what they do for confidentiality reasons, but the top line is that they manage the reputations of leading companies, political organisations and private individuals, helping them to navigate some of the world's most complex communications challenges.

    This role is being advertised as a three-month internship; however, there might be opportunities to stay on past that point if all goes well.
    ✍️ About the role:
    If you have aspirations of one day becoming the next António Guterres (Secretary-General of the UN), this could be the perfect role for you! As a PR Intern, you will be responsible for a number of things, including:
    • Account management – ensuring your clients know what's going on and why.
    • In press and political monitoring – understanding what's going on in the news and how it may affect your clients.
    • Communications strategies and tactics – applying new ways of thinking to old problems.

    ✔️ What you're good at:
    • Talking the talk – you have a demonstrable interest in politics, international relations and/or economics. 
    • Walking the walk – you're smart and have achievements (academic and/or extracurricular) to prove it. 
    • Being an all-round PR superstar – you have excellent written and verbal communication skills, and an attitude to match!

    ⭐️ Culture and perks:
    • Great office location in Westminster
    • In-house training and mentorship from some of the top hitters in the PR and comms industry
    • A unique opportunity to rub shoulders with governments and heads of state
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