A great opportunity to grow your PR career within the tech and B2B space PLUS develop an interest in content creation.
This is a unique hybrid role of junior PR Publicist (AE, Senior AE or AM level) and content creator, where you'll develop skills in filming and editing (photography and video). You don't need to know video production already, but you do need to have an interest and aptitude to learn quickly.
Ideally, you'll already have some PR experience, but grads will also be considered. A relevant comms qualification is preferred.
Your PR day-to-day will involve writing press releases (though not a lot); proactive media outreach; product service launches; thought leadership; social media; and an element of reporting. Media relations will be around 60% of the role. Some copywriting will be required (short case studies, press releases, opinion pieces).
This agency specialises in working with tech and B2B clients (consumer and corporate), with some well-known and exciting clients. You don't have to be a tech-head, but you do have to be able to appreciate this type of client.
Ideal qualities for the role: confident; articulate; relationship builder; likes an intellectual challenge; curious about clients/work/life; able to contribute rather than take.
You must have an extremely high level of written and spoken English, using clear business language. You must be fluent and persuasive.
This is a small, but growing PR agency based in the heart of the Auckland CBD. The office is colourful, friendly, peaceful and quiet.
You'll be reporting directly to the Director and there will be ample opportunity for mentoring and career progression.
If you think this sounds like you, please click Apply via Email quoting reference #5843SP.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Preference will be given to applicants entitled to work in (and currently residing in) NZ.
I fell asleep half way through watching that
Might want to check that apostrophe guys!
Couldn't agree more. It's everyone's problem now but brought on mostly by selfish farming practices. Rather than trying to get everyone behind it, they should be reporting on what they are doing to clear it up and provide regular updates.
1. Pollute waterways 2. Deflect blame to the general public This is definitely a 'you' problem, DairyNZ. The rest of us already do want clear waterways... that's kind of the point. Manifesto advertising doesn't work when your brand is trying ...
AHAHAHA love it
Thanks Blanche for your comment. Great to see that we're sharing the same vision! The future looks great!
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