A rare and exciting opportunity to join one of the UK’s leading TV entertainment companies working in their fast-moving press department.
The PR Coordinator will need to have had a couple of years working in a busy press office and have an interest in TV programming.
Key to this role as well is ‘personality’ – you’ll need to be someone who’s intelligent, a robust multi-tasker and someone who really thrives in a fast-paced environment – this is not a throw away comment, it is a very busy role and will need someone who can juggle tasks and work under pressure.
A highly respected TV company who license as well as fund a catalogue of award-winning TV programmes to broadcasters and media platforms across the globe. Their rich catalogue contains over 7,000 hours of content across all genres, with a focus on drama, comedy, factual and entertainment and they represent Britain’s top TV programmes internationally.
A new role for a PR Coordinator to support a busy press and marketing team, reporting directly to the International Press & Brand VP. The role covers all the overseas offices so flexibility is required in liaising with NY and Singapore offices and launch territory time-zones.
I’m looking for someone who has had 1-2 years in a busy press department (or PR agency – coordinating press and media). You’ll need to have an interest in television programming. You’ll need to demonstrate initiative, have a positive attitude and have an appetite to learn. You’ll have strong communication skills both written and verbal - attention to detail and grammar. Good Microsoft Office, basic experience of Photoshop and Final Cut Pro would be an advantage but not essential; an ability to work accurately under pressure; discretion & diplomacy essential; Flexibility in hours due to overseas offices and volume during peak times.
If you’re wanting to forge a press/PR career within a busy TV press department – please press the ‘Apply Now’ button. This is going to be a highly sought-after role but if you feel the above describes ‘you’ don’t delay they’re keen to start interviewing.