Job details

Location
London
Job Type
Permanent
Ref
1123019
Posted
19 days ago

Job details

Location
London
Job Type
Permanent
Ref
1123019
Posted
19 days ago
Global financial services company is looking for an experienced, forward-thinking, PR Manager to help develop and grow media relations and content strategy for the EMEA. 

Taking the market by storm this leading fintech company is at the top of its game and that is exactly where they want to stay. They have continued to grow over the last 2 years, winning awards in Tech Market place, Financial Services Market Place, as well as championing Women in Tech and Diversity. 

This role would suit a hands-on consumer fintech specialist from an agency or brand background. Someone who can deliver business results through press relations and content development in the EMEA regions.

You will need to be proactive to build and maintain working relationships with internal teams, PR agencies, and media contacts, you will need to be a compelling storyteller and content writer ideally with experience in a Global or EMEA role with press contacts would be helpful. 

The role:
- Build media strategies for campaigns, products, and announcements. 
- Strengthen the company’s position and visibility in its key markets
- Identify proactive and reactive earned media coverage opportunities- Monitor, report, and maintain media coverage results. 
- Manage PR agencies across the regions keeping activity and delivery in line with company strategy to attain PR results 
(suitable applicants will be sent full JD)
 
Is this you?
- 4+ years in a PR/Media Relations role
- Strong digital communication skills
- Confident using media databases, forward features, and press request tools- Strong time management skills
- Build strong relationships with key influencers, media outlets, journalists, etc. 
- Experience within Fintech or FS PR sector 
- French-speaking would be nice

If this role is of interest, please apply to discuss further, you MUST have Fintech or Financial service PR experience for the role and be eligible to work in the UK without company sponsorship.