Public Relationship Executive
Responsibilities: The public relations (PR) executive is responsible for developing, implementing, and evaluating a company’s communication strategy while also protecting the company’s reputation. The purpose of their work is to gain public understanding and support through planned publicity campaigns.
- Conducting communication audits to determine publicity goals.
- Planning and implementing public relations strategies.
- Promoting and maintaining the public’s perception of our brand through media coverage and sponsorship opportunities.
- Managing and preventing reputational risk to our brand.
- Drafting written, verbal, and visual content that will promote the public image of the business.
- Developing relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
- Measuring the success of public relations activities and campaigns according to set KPIs.
- Producing and presenting reports on all public relations activities and KPIs.
- Speaking on behalf of the company at interviews and press conferences.
- Drafting and managing public relations budgets.
- A bachelor’s degree in public relations, communication, journalism, or relevant fields.
- Proven experience in public relations.
- Extensive knowledge of social and digital media platforms, such as Facebook and Instagram.
- Ability to build and develop relationships with key individuals within and outside of the organization.
- Strong leadership and management skills.
- Creative and critical thinker and problem solver.
- Outstanding communication skills and confidence to do public speaking.
- Ability to conduct research and communication audits.
- Attention to detail.
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