PR Futures - Our Blog (page 6)
In House PR Vacancies Filled
We've been really busy networking and head hunting for our clients, and have successfuly assisted a number of clients in finding their in-house PR and Communications professionals. Recently we have placed:
- Communications Manager for Bpha,
- PR Executive for My 1st Years, and
- PR Manager for Rosslyn Associates
These roles were successfully filled in a matter of weeks!
Coupled with this we have also been busy with our preferred suppliers, and we continue to be their number one supplier for PR and Communications professionals - on both the permanent and freelance side. Please do visit our jobs section for the latest roles. Added on 03.10.2012
We've completed a salary survey for all our clients, and the results are interesting. read more
Added on 16.08.2012
Digital Recruitment Win
We're pleased to announce that - along with a number of digital placements within our agency clients - we have successfully completed an assignment for Nissan Europe. We were approached to search for a new position: Digital Engagement Community Manager for the AMIE Region. This assignment has been completed and the successful candidate starts in July! Added on 26.06.2012
PRFutures has joined forces with Claire Barber in Sydney Australia (view her LinkedIn profile here) - this means we can offer our clients and candidates a global solution to their hiring needs. We now have a number of international assignments!
Also we have new funky warehouse-style offices, just by London Bridge, near all the great spots around Borough Market. The team have settled in well - and we're expanding, so if you have a background in PR or recruitment and would love to join our team please get in touch on 0203 303 0476. Added on 26.06.2012
Why we like to form partnerships with our clients
Why you would use an established agency, and return to the same consultant? Here's why. Great article on finding a recruitment partner. Spotted on http://www.recruiter.com/i/an-open-letter-from-an-agency-recruiter/ Added on 25.04.2012
With the emphasis on social media these days, you might be forgiven for thinking that a LinkedIn profile could replace a CV, but you'd be dead wrong. read more
Added on 19.03.2012
PR Futures' Spring 2012 newsletter on its way!
Last quarter's newsletter was incredibly popular and we recieved great feedback from our clients and candidates. This quarter we are putting together a salary survey. We have coupled this with the usual format of tips and pointers and also the 'fun stuff'.
We're continually looking at adding value to the recruitment process and standing out as a 'recruiter of choice'. So if you have any feedback or anything you feel you would like to see on the newsletter please do e-mail us. Thanks to Caroline who wanted us to include 'What a client looks for'; we have put together some pointers on our blog and these will also be sent out in another newsletter.
We believe in passing on our experience and knowledge on, whether it's CV advice, interview advice, career advice or what the market is doing. You'll find the team at PR Futures helpful and friendly - we've all worked in PR and understand the industry inside out!
Look forward to talking with you all soon. Added on 22.02.2012
Exciting New Roles for Spring 2012!
We have been busy at PR Futures, and have a number of great new positions.
- PR Director for a Financial PR Agency - £130-£150K+equity
- PR Asssociate Director - Technology £55-£65k
- PR Account Director / Associate - Finance £45-£65k
- PR Account Director - Consumer Food - £40-£45k
- PR Account Manager - Beauty £28-£37k
- PR Senior Account Executive - Technology £20-£27k
These are just some of the great new roles we have on. We have also successfully pitched and won to be a preferred supplier to YET another TOP 10 PR agency! This will mean we are working with some of the best agencies both globally, and also boutiques and independents. Do call us for a chat about these and other roles; we are always happy to offer career advice and market information.
0203 303 0476 Added on 21.02.2012
The questions a candidate is asked at their PR job interview should all be to determine three things: strengths, motivation and fit. read more
Added on 15.02.2012
What I tell every candidate...
New research confirms what I've always told candidates: limp handshakes are bad news! Spotted on http://www.dailymail.co.uk/ Added on 30.11.2011