Events & News
Public Affairs Leadership Series: lessons from the referendum campaigns
In our next seminar with Women in Public Affairs, we’ll be joined by two women who worked at the heart of the campaigns running up to the referendum. Chloe Westley was Head of Social Media at Vote Leave and Lucy Thomas was Deputy Director of Stronger In.
Wednesday 1 March, 8.00am to 09.30am. Read more >
The Changing Face of Internal Communications
The recently launched report, researched by Ellwood Atfield and ComRes, highlights where internal communications is headed, IC best practice, and how if barriers are reduced internal communications can help organisations meet their goals. It also offers potential solutions to these barriers. Read more and download report >
Last chance for ringside seats: IC Fight Club Grand Final
IC Fight Club, the antidote to boring networking events is back in town for our grand final and we’d love it if you could join us for a humdinger of an event. This time we’re inviting the winners from the first four fight clubs we’ve held, and our brilliant panel is already fitting in some pre-match training.
Thursday 23 February, 6.15pm to 8.45pm. Read more >
Communications trends in 2017
Last month, at the ellwood atfield gallery, PRCA unveiled its annual list of recommendations for great communications, with insights from senior members across the industry. From fake news and social media echo chambers, to the potential impact of AR and machine learning on brand marketing, it’s already shaping up to be a notable year for communications.
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Interim Senior PR Executive – global law firm
This leading international legal practice is recruiting an Interim Senior PR Executive to plan and execute the media relations activity for its global banking practice. The role will work closely with senior management and partners on a daily basis; both sourcing new proactive media opportunities and protecting corporate reputation through the effective management of sensitive issues that impact the firm and its’ clients. Contact Patrick Atkinson.
Central London. £39,000 – £52,000. 12 month maternity leave cover.
Communications & Marketing Director at Great British Racing
An energetic, creative and hands-on Communications & Marketing Director is sought to deliver GBR’s PR and marketing strategy. Reporting to the Chief Executive, the Communications & Marketing Director will be responsible for leading an integrated PR and marketing team in delivering GBR’s aims and objectives of increasing racing’s popularity by engaging with new audiences. Contact Gavin Ellwood.
Central London. Competitive.
Interim Media and Communications Officer – leading trade association
This trade association represents one of the UK’s most high profile and regulated global industries. Its sector is a major contributor to the UK economy with an inspiring story around people. There is now an opportunity to join this organisations dynamic communications team. Reporting to the Head of Media Relations, you will carry out the day-to-day proactive and reactive media relations, social media, campaign management and digital support for the organisation. Contact David Milligan.
London. Up to £35,000. 8 month fixed term contract.
In-house PR Officer – leading lifestyle travel and hospitality company
Are you a consumer PR expert who loves variety in your job? Be a part of this leading travel company and play a key role in creating some of the most talked about seasonal consumer campaigns in a friendly and driven in-house communications team. To be considered for this London based role, you will be a high flyer who has solid consumer PR experience in travel, food & beverage, restaurants, retail, transport or the hospitality sector. Contact Renee Wo.
Greater London. £35,000 – £38,000 + excellent benefits.
Internal Communications Advisor – city-based company
You will manage the internal communications with one other communications advisor in this city-based company. Working within a flexible pool of communications professionals, there will be elements of external communications within the role. The communications department is a global function centred in London and delivers brand development, brand governance, stakeholder and internal communications. The communications department has a major responsibility for developing and enhancing the company’s brand and reputation. Contact Lottie Gunn.
London. £65,000 to £75,000 + competitive benefits package.
Director of Policy at STEP
STEP is seeking a Director of Policy to lead its work with policymakers and regulatory authorities across the world. STEP works closely with policymakers and regulatory authorities to examine the likely impact on families of policy proposals and to develop guidance and support. The previous Director of Policy has now been appointed as CEO of STEP. It is therefore seeking a new Director of Policy to lead its work in this important area for the organisation. Contact Joshua Clements.
London. £80,000 – £90,000 + benefits.
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