We’re recruiting – send us your CVs

Things are moving quickly here at Bruce Marshall Associates, of which I’ll reveal more very soon. But in the meantime we have an immediate need for a good account executive:

What we want:

  • Good writers – you don’t need to be Shakespeare or Burns, but you do need to be able to string more than a sentence together and write news releases, emails, blog posts etc
  • Creative sorts who can not only come up with bright ideas, but make sure those bright ideas get done and deliver results
  • Experience of public relations – doesn’t need to lots, but you’ll have at least done some placements in a PR consultancy or in-house team
  • An understanding of and a thirst to know a lot more about social media, social networks etc
  • Your CV as a PDF or plain text in the email
  • People who’ve read more than a few posts of A PR Guy’s Musings and give us a clue that you understand how we do PR
  • Someone who wants to work in Leeds, but will travel to see clients elsewhere

What we don’t want:

  • People who think PR has any relationship whatsoever with Ab Fab
  • People who are afraid of hard work
  • People who think they are too grand to make the coffee or empty the bins
  • People who are stuffy, formal and don’t know how to have fun
  • CVs with grammatical errors and spelling mistakes
  • CVs as Word files
  • People who haven’t read this post and more of A PR Guy’s Musings very carefully

We promise to try our very, very hardest not to be ageist, sexist, racist or any other ist you can think of. Our current office isn’t too accessible, but we’ll be moving onwards and upwards soon so that shouldn’t be a problem.

So if you’re in the market for a new job (or even a first job if you’re a particularly talented student just about to graduate) then email me a CV.

Stuart Bruce

International Public Relations Adviser | Trainer | Author | Media Commentator | Conference Speaker | University Lecturer | Online PR | Digital Corporate Communications | Crisis Communications | Digital Public Affairs