PR Manager

£45000 - £50000 per annum
24 Sep 2019
22 Oct 2019
Max Forsyth
Job Discipline
Communications, PR & Media
Experience Level
Contract Type
Full Time
Are you an established PR Manager, with experience in proactive and reactive PR and media relations?

EMR are working with a FTSE-listed global construction and commercial real estate business to hire a PR Manager who will create and deliver campaigns to influence external stakeholders, national media and trade media.

You will be a natural communicator and story-teller, who possesses the ability to create engaging thought-leadership and pitch stories to journalists.

The permanent role is based in London, reports directly to the Head of PR and you will work closely with senior stakeholders, so experience providing communications counsel to senior leaders is important.

Your key responsibilities will include:

* Tell the company's story through creative and insightful content across multiple channels including: features, articles, interviews, social media etc.
* Manage the day-to-day running of the press office, generating proactive and reactive news coverage
* Work collaboratively with the wider marketing function to create integrated campaigns
* Interview and create features and articles with internal stakeholders. These will be with everyone from the CEO to the company's newest apprentice
* Create, track, analyse and improve campaigns

Your main skills and experience will include:

* An exceptional writer, with the ability to find the best stories to tell and curate contact across different channels
* Proven experience of reactive and proactive PR, with excellent media relations skills
* Experience within construction, property, or engineering preferred
* A degree in communications, PR, journalism, or similar

If you feel you have the right skills and experience please apply now!

EMR are a specialist communications recruitment agency, covering: Communications, PR, Internal Communications, Investor Relations, Stakeholder Engagement, and External Communications.