Marketing & PR Executive at London Law Firm

Recruiter
Law Support.
Location
London (City of), London (Greater)
Salary
c£35,000 + benefits
Posted
27 Apr 2021
Closes
25 May 2021
Ref
JB13286
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Marketing & PR Executive at London Law Firm – c£35,000 + benefits

We have an amazing opportunity for a marketing executive or experienced marketing assistant looking for the chance to really focus on the PR side of the role. 

Our client is a dynamic, very successful, growing London law firm in the City and this is a newly created opportunity to join their small, highly collaborative, and creative team. 

What they are looking for is a marketing or PR executive (or marketing assistant looking for a step up) with at least one to two years’ experience within the marketing or PR team of a law firm, similar professional services, or corporate environment. 

Ideal candidates will have a degree in Journalism, English or Marketing and have superb communication skills and English writing/creative writing skills. Demonstrable experience writing content for a commercial or professional services company is essential.

The role will be part of the wider Marketing team so will have a broader, more varied aspect to it – but they are keen to find someone whose passion is on the PR side. 

You would be working remotely initially, but when things go back to normal the firm are operating an agile working policy for all staff with everyone being able to work 1-2 days from home. 
 
For more information or to be considered please contact John Bruce ASAP. 
 

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