Riot specialises in culture and entertainment PR because, like our clients, we want to make a positive impact in the world. We are purpose and integrity driven: we passionately believe that both culture and entertainment help promote empathy, creativity, respect for others and joy. We are guided by the four principles of the Riot ethos: intelligence, passion, collaboration and disruption which drives everything we do: from the clients we choose to work with, how we deliver our work and who we hire.
We work with some of the best creatives in the world – writers, artists, actors and visionaries – and our clients include Aardman, the London Review of Books, Moomin Characters, Penguin Random House, Rebel Girls, the Royal Exchange Theatre and the Royal Institution, plus talent including Matt Haig, Nova Reid and Mya-Rose Craig aka Birdgirl.
We are an equal opportunities employer and are committed to employing a diverse workforce. We actively support BME PR Pros, the Taylor Bennett Foundation and Women in PR. We are fully accredited with The Blueprint diversity mark and have been awarded the GOLD standard by Investors in People. We are actively seeking a diverse pool of candidates for this role.
About the role:
Reporting to the Campaigns Manager, you will be assisting the campaigns team in their roles to provide high quality, strategic consultancy that our clients depend on, including brand management, crisis comms, media relations and reputation management.
You will assist with the agency’s own publicity and marketing strategy, creating content for and keeping our digital channels up to date, as well as implementing campaigns independently as appropriate.
You will be highly motivated and get things done; be a passionate, curious and solutions oriented individual; have exceptional attention to detail; be able to multi-task; be super organised and dependable and have a proactive, can-do approach.
You will be an exceptional communicator in all mediums – writing clear, creative copy is vital as is a natural social ability on the phone and in person.
You will receive on-the-job training, the responsibility and opportunity to deliver projects and a one-to-one line manager to help guide your development.
You will work directly with some of the best creatives in the world – writers, artists, actors and visionaries. In turn, you will be part of a team of highly skilled colleagues, in a supportive environment with emphasis on your personal training and career development. As part of a small, growing company, you will be exposed to a 360-degree view of what it takes to build a successful agency.
- A minimum of 1.5 years of public relations experience either in-house or at an agency
- A passion for culture and entertainment
- Highly motivated, passionate & curious
- Reliability & adaptability
- Exceptional attention to detail
- Excellent organisational & multi-tasking skills
- Efficiency in managing tasks, working under pressure and meeting deadlines
- Media relations skills
- Copywriting skills
- Excellent command of written and oral English
- Social media proficiency
- Proficiency in Microsoft packages and Dropbox
The selection process:
We are seeking creative individuals with an ambition to succeed and develop in the PR industry. Your enthusiasm for working at Riot Communications, your flair, can-do attitude and strong work ethic will be evident in your application. You will have at least 1.5 years’ experience in a public relations role.
First interviews will take place online. If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you. Please apply in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org with a CV and a covering letter explaining why you should be our next employee, including your current salary and notice period by 5pm Friday 29 July 2022. All applicants will receive a reply and a full Job description for this position.
Please include ‘Application for Campaign Executive role’ in the subject header.
Deadline for applications is 5pm, 29 May 2022.
Summary of main terms and conditions:
Job title: Campaign Executive
Holiday: 25 days plus bank holidays