If you're a strong writer with a broad range of skills and experience in primarily consumer PR, you could be the 'Wright' fit for us.
We're looking for someone with a minimum of two to three years PR experience, preferably working in a PR agency, who is keen to further their experience by taking charge of some key consumer clients and working alongside our senior practitioners.
Wright Communications is a medium-sized agency with top notch, long-standing clients who rely on us to deliver the best results and have the utmost trust in our team. We are looking for someone with not only the skills we need, but who is personable and inspires confidence.
You will actively participate in our weekly team brainstorms - a great opportunity to get a range of creative ideas to support your own PR planning.
It would be useful to have a passion for food, lifestyle and beauty trends.
You'll spend your day writing product releases and short form copy for magazines, liaising with social media influencers and brand ambassadors, creatively brainstorming media kit concepts and liaising with our affiliate agency in Sydney.
It's a team effort here at Wright Communications, where we're all striving together to be the best in all areas of the PR business.
In return we offer a gorgeous office environment with sustainable scandi fit-out and botanical styling, opportunities to grow and develop and genuine work/life balance. Plus free access to on-site gym!
If you're a positive person who values our approach to what we do, read on to find out more about what you'll need to join our team.
Please email your application (CV, photo and cover letter) in confidence directly to: Nikki Wright, Wright Communications: firstname.lastname@example.org
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