Ogilvy

PR Consultant / PR Associate

Posted Date 3 weeks ago(25/03/2021 2:06 AM)
Job ID
2020-7157
# of Openings
1
Department
Public Relations

Overview

Do you have endless curiosity to learn and do new things? Are you relentless in the pursuit of great work? Do you thrive in a fast-paced dynamic environment? Are you smart, considered and a cut above the rest? If yes, you might just be the perfect fit for Ogilvy PR & Influence.

 

We are looking for highly motivated, creative and talented team players to work with our rapidly growing client base. If you have a passion for PR and a can-do attitude, check out the openings below to see if you sound like the one who fits.

Responsibilities

Consultant

Consultants are able to manage several brands and lead the development of client campaigns independently with a high degree of success. They have a sound understanding of media and social communication channels and are able to generate – and present – ideas that would drive following in these channels.

 

She/he has exceptional client relationships, a solid understanding of the target audience and the market, and a nose for what gets attention and action.

 

 

Associate

Associates are proven multi-taskers, joining us with basic public relations skills including writing, media relations, event management and production capabilities. They will have a growing list of contacts in the media and KOL world they can turn to to achieve great results for their clients.

 

Ogilvy PR offers exceptional opportunities to candidates who are passionate about building a career in public relations and working as partners with leading multinational brands.

 

 

We offer 5-day work with attractive salary, fringe benefits and good career prospects to the right candidates.

 

All information will be treated in the strictest confidence and used for recruitment purposes. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview.

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