PR Account Executive

Adam Recruitment Ltd
19 Mar 2017
18 Apr 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
This agency's team is one that works collaboratively. They don't really do hierarchies, but they are currently looking for people who, working under direction, will make an effective contribution to their PR programmes.

The Role….

1.Writing copy for press, social media and in-house publications
2.Maintaining accurate activity logs and evaluation reports
3.Commissioning photography and organising meetings and events
4.Attending client meetings and providing reports, minutes and summaries
5.Contributing creatively to social media programmes
6.Forming excellent working relationships with key media contacts
7.Participating in networking opportunities to promote clients and agency

To support their clients effectively, everyone needs to gain an understanding of the building industry - this can involve muddy feet! They pride themselves on the ability to write effective copy for different audiences so they need to be able to get technical when required and to get under the skin of everyone within the supply chain - from architects to plumbers, from legislators to electricians.

In addition to providing the best possible service to their clients, everyone is asked to contribute to their company planning and strategy discussions and to help shape the agency's future.

They like to have happy people working for the company, so they offer the following range of benefits:

*Attractive modern offices in South West London
*An art allowance for new joiners to customise their work space
*20 days annual holiday, plus Christmas to New Year shut-down
*Birthday day off
*Private health insurance
*Cycle to work scheme
*Childcare vouchers
*Annual profit-related bonus
*Company iPhone and laptop
*Training budget of £1,000 per year

What you will have….

*Sublime writing skills
*Accurate and efficient task management
*The ability to multi-task calmly
*An enthusiasm for social media and digital communication channels
*1-2 years' agency experience preferable

Their people need to be self-motivated and able to work on their own initiative. As a group they take their work very seriously, but they also like to have a laugh. They don't expect their new joiners to know about building but they do need them to get why construction is a great industry and be keen to learn more.