PR Manager

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War Child UK

We are a multi-award winning, creative and innovative charity, with high ambition in the fundraising and communications arena. We are recruiting for a PR Manager who will be is responsible for engaging with traditional, new, and niche media, across campaign areas including music, art, gaming and sport, and devising PR plans that support these and other fundraising and advocacy goals. You will play a leading role in planning and executing the PR communications activities for War Child UK, as well as overseeing superb content development that supports PR activities. You will also play an important part in executing our brand narrative around children affected by conflict and how War Child are supporting them with power and impact.

If you have the following qualities, we’d love to hear from you:

  • An experienced media professional, with a track record of developing, leading and managing creative PR campaigns related to music, art, gaming or other creative sectors.
  • A demonstrable record of strategically identifying target journalists and outlets and successfully placing coverage – both mainstream and niche – that reach priority audiences.
  • Experience of developing media partnerships with online outlets, magazines newspapers, broadcast media and able to navigate these relationships to ensure the best possible outcomes for War Child.
  • Well connected with strong and strategic media contacts, preferably with journalists and outlets who specialise in music, art, gaming or other creative fields.
  • Experienced in developing and commissioning content, ideally with experience of effective storage, management, editing and production of such content for PR purposes.
  • Experienced in developing press angles and hooks that achieve cut-through for campaigns related to music, art, gaming or other creative fields in a competitive media landscape.
  • Able to manage and prioritise multiple tasks and requests and respond flexibly as urgency requires – whilst consistently meetings deadlines and delivering agreed outputs.
  • Already has or would welcome quickly developing an understanding of the sensitivities involved in media work when it comes to vulnerable children and young people, and how to balance objectives with safeguarding obligations.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with a high degree of emotional intelligence to deal with a variety and internal and external stakeholders and the ability to build effective working relationships at all levels.

We recognise the considerable benefits that flexible working can bring and are happy to discuss any possible flexible working options with our employees from hiring. For most roles, the following types of flexibility are usually possible: flexible hours, occasional working from home and compressed hours.

Join us and be part of a team dedicated to ensuring a safe future for every child affected by war.

How to apply

More information about the responsibilities and expectations for the role can be found by selecting “Apply via Website”. We look forward to receiving your application.

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