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We are looking for an Intern to join WildKat PR in London for a month, starting as soon as possible.

Do you think you would be suitable for this position? Have a read through our job description below.

WildKat PR
WildKat PR is a creative agency for classical music and the arts. We are a dynamic, forward thinking agency offering full services for public relations, marketing, artistic consultancy, event management, social media, and creative campaigns, specialising in both classical and contemporary music. We are a young, enthusiastic, creative, and music-loving company and our expertise and creativity allows us to devise innovative campaigns tailored to individual artists’ needs. With offices currently established in London, Berlin, and New York, and clients including the Ancient Academy of Music, Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, Dartington International Summer School, Gstaad Menuhin Festival, and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, our reach extends internationally to offer professional PR support worldwide.

Job Description
WildKat PR is offering an exceptional opportunity for a motivated, intelligent, and confident individual to join our London team. Working with the Director, Head of Creative & Marketing, and fellow Account Managers on creative PR campaigns across the classical music and cultural industries, they will be expected to assist their colleagues in all aspects of the campaigns, to quickly establish an understanding of the industry and begin to build working relationships with press to generate media coverage for our clients.  This position will provide an overview of all clients, demonstrating the different stages of PR campaigns, along with a range of different styles and approaches to press. Through assisting all account managers in an array of different tasks, the intern will acquire the core skills and abilities of a publicist.  

Key duties
As an Intern your role will be:
– Summarising classical music and industry news on the WildKat PR blog each day and posting to social media
– Research-based tasks to assist Account Managers
– Updating social media for WildKat PR and our clients, e.g. Facebook, Twitter, websites
– Uploading listings to websites for clients’ upcoming concerts
– Writing blogs for our website and for clients’ websites or newsletters
– Writing and proofreading press releases for clients
– Creating and uploading interesting and new content for our social media platforms
– Recording and producing video blogs of our clients for WildKat PR YouTube
– Inviting critics, journalists, and industry contacts to concerts
– Contacting critics, journalists, bloggers, and radio or TV producers to gain features or reviews for clients
– Attending events of our clients, and possibly helping out at the events, such as selling CDs or page turning
– Daily maintenance and upkeep of the office
– Buying flowers, office stationery, kitchen supplies, etc., via petty cash
– Tidying the office before/after meetings and at end of the week
– Filing daily newspapers in storage
– Organising large CD/DVD collections

Opportunities of working with WildKat PR:
– Friendly, open-plan office
– Chance to do diverse things within the role, and expand your skill set quickly
– Gain wider industry experience, not just PR
– Supportive colleagues and management welcoming your fresh ideas
– Personalised creative skills training and coaching
– Collaboration with mainstream brands and projects
– Office yoga, Friday drinks, the offer of several 6-hour working days per month

Person Specification
Essential
– A keen interest and passion in classical music
– Strong written and verbal communication skills
– Feel they will improve quickly and efficiently throughout the internship
– A creative mind
– An interest in new media
– Confidence and enthusiasm to share new ideas
– Self-motivated and keen to use initiative
– Sense of urgency, with skills to prioritise effectively
– Strong organisation skills

Desirable
– Previous experience in our industry
– Speak another language
– Study music, English or marketing/PR

Expenses: £400 per month

To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter to james@wildkatpr.com with the subject title ‘WildKat PR Intern application’.

(Written on May 16, 2017 )

We are looking for an Intern to join WildKat PR in London from January 2017.

Do you think you would be suitable for this position? Have a read through our job description below.

WildKat PR
WildKat PR is a creative agency for classical music and the arts. We are a dynamic, forward thinking agency offering full services for public relations, marketing, artistic consultancy, event management, social media, and creative campaigns, specialising in both classical and contemporary music. We are a young, enthusiastic, creative, and music-loving company and our expertise and creativity allows us to devise innovative campaigns tailored to individual artists’ needs. With offices currently established in London, Berlin, and New York, and clients including the Ancient Academy of Music, Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, Dartington International Summer School, Gstaad Menuhin Festival, and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, our reach extends internationally to offer professional PR support worldwide.

Job Description
WildKat PR is offering an exceptional opportunity for a motivated, intelligent, and confident individual to join our London team. Working with the Director, Head of Creative & Marketing, and fellow Account Managers on creative PR campaigns across the classical music and cultural industries, they will be expected to assist their colleagues in all aspects of the campaigns, to quickly establish an understanding of the industry and begin to build working relationships with press to generate media coverage for our clients.  This position will provide an overview of all clients, demonstrating the different stages of PR campaigns, along with a range of different styles and approaches to press. Through assisting all account managers in an array of different tasks, the intern will acquire the core skills and abilities of a publicist.  

Key duties
As an Intern your role will be:
– Summarising classical music and industry news on the WildKat PR blog each day and posting to social media
– Research-based tasks to assist Account Managers
– Updating social media for WildKat PR and our clients, e.g. Facebook, Twitter, websites
– Uploading listings to websites for clients’ upcoming concerts
– Writing blogs for our website and for clients’ websites or newsletters
– Writing and proofreading press releases for clients
– Creating and uploading interesting and new content for our social media platforms
– Recording and producing video blogs of our clients for WildKat PR YouTube
– Inviting critics, journalists, and industry contacts to concerts
– Contacting critics, journalists, bloggers, and radio or TV producers to gain features or reviews for clients
– Attending events of our clients, and possibly helping out at the events, such as selling CDs or page turning
– Daily maintenance and upkeep of the office
– Buying flowers, office stationery, kitchen supplies, etc., via petty cash
– Tidying the office before/after meetings and at end of the week
– Filing daily newspapers in storage
– Organising large CD/DVD collections

Opportunities of working with WildKat PR:
– Friendly, open-plan office
– Chance to do diverse things within the role, and expand your skill set quickly
– Gain wider industry experience, not just PR
– Supportive colleagues and management welcoming your fresh ideas
– Personalised creative skills training and coaching
– Collaboration with mainstream brands and projects
– Office yoga, Friday drinks, the offer of several 6-hour working days per month

Person Specification
Essential
– A keen interest and passion in classical music
– Strong written and verbal communication skills
– Feel they will improve quickly and efficiently throughout the internship
– A creative mind
– An interest in new media
– Confidence and enthusiasm to share new ideas
– Self-motivated and keen to use initiative
– Sense of urgency, with skills to prioritise effectively
– Strong organisation skills

Desirable
– Previous experience in our industry
– Speak another language
– Study music, English or marketing/PR

Expenses: £400 per month

To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to james@wildkatpr.com with the subject title ‘WildKat PR Intern application’ by 5pm on 12th December 2016.

(Written on November 15, 2016 )

We are looking for an Account Manager to join WildKat PR in London, as a member of the team is moving to the Berlin office!

Do you think you would be suitable for this position? Have a read through our job description below.

WildKat PR

WildKat PR is a game-changer in the classical music industry. We adamantly believe in changing the status quo of our industry, embracing creative values both on- and offline.

WildKat PR is the only classical music PR agency to spread worldwide, having established ourselves in London, Berlin and New York. We are deeply devoted to seeking out and using online platforms to reach and engage substantial new audiences, producing all-encompassing, bespoke, international PR campaigns that are data-driven.

Job Description

WildKat PR is offering an exceptional opportunity for a motivated, intelligent, creative individual to join our London team. Working with the Director, Head of Press, and fellow Account Managers on creative PR campaigns across the classical music and cultural industries, they will be expected to quickly establish and build strong working relationships with press to generate media coverage for our clients.

Key duties

As an Account Manager your role will be:

– To manage your set of clients and work with them to help achieve their PR goals. This includes: gaining press, attracting new audiences, helping to improve their brand, organising events
– To think creatively about how you (and your colleagues) approach campaigns. You will be asked to continually make new connections and approach your work in innovative ways. You will be expected to challenge how we, and the industry, are doing things
– To integrate digital media into campaigns. This means exploring new technology and developing ways to include it in client campaigns
– To take a leading role in the development and execution of unique, creative campaigns to promote your clients and the company
– To write copy in relation to your clients’ needs, including: fact sheets, bios, blogposts, newsletters, brochures
– To liaise with journalists to generate and secure media coverage for clients
– To organise client events, as needed. This includes: concerts, VIP receptions, industry networking events
– To attend all relevant artists’ events (which regularly occur outside of office hours) including meetings and performances
– To network within the industry to build your reputation and that of the company
– To oversee the work of others when required, and to be willing to grow into a more senior role

Opportunities of working with WildKat PR:

– Friendly, open plan office
– Chance to do diverse things within the role and expand your skillset quickly
– Gain wider industry experience, not just PR
– Supportive colleagues and management welcoming your fresh ideas
– Personalised creative skills training and coaching
– Collaboration with mainstream brands and projects
– Opportunities for travel
– Sociable atmosphere
– Staff benefits, which include annual ski trip, Friday drinks, office yoga, opportunity for sabbatical and 6 hour working days

Person Specification

Essential

– At least one year’s relevant experience in PR
– Interest in classical music, culture and the arts
– Proven administrative and organisational skills
– Excellent verbal and written communication skills
– Ability to take initiative and responsibility when working alone
– Confidence and ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
– Ability to work as part of a team
– Ability to remain calm when working under pressure and to manage conflicting deadlines
– High degree of accuracy and attention to detail
– A strong interest in online media
– Self-motivated
– Good standard of computer literacy (Word, Excel, WordPress)

Desirable

– Fluency in another language

To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to olivia@wildkatpr.com with the subject title ‘WildKat PR Account Manager application’ by 5pm on 11th November 2016

Salary: Competitive – dependent upon experience

 

(Written on July 28, 2016 )

WildKat PR

Join the WildKat PR team in London!

WildKat PR are looking for a new Account Manager to join the lovely WildKat PR London team…

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CNN

CNN

 

(Written on January 23, 2014 )

We have wonderful news that we are searching some new WildKats to join our lovely London team. We are looking for both an Account Manager and a Trainee Publicist – see the jobs specs below and drop us an email. We look forward to hearing from you all!

 

WildKat PR

WildKat PR is a dynamic, forward thinking PR agency offering a full service of public relations and marketing, artistic consultancy and event management, specialising in both classical and contemporary music. We are a young, enthusiastic, creative and music-loving company and our expertise and creativity allows us to devise innovative campaigns tailored to individual artist needs. With offices currently established in both London and Berlin, and clients such as Max Richter, Daniel Hope, Lionel Bringuier and International Wimbledon Music Festival, our reach extends internationally to offer professional PR support worldwide.

 

Account Manager – Full time

WildKat PR

Job Description

WildKat PR is looking for an experienced Account Manager to join our London team. The role will involve working with the Director and fellow junior and senior Account Managers on creative PR campaigns across the classical and contemporary music industries. Ideally, the successful candidate will have 1-2 years’ experience of implementing and creating PR campaigns in a similar industry. They will be expected to establish and build strong working relationships with press to generate media coverage for our clients.

 

Key duties:

To be solely responsible for the management of international PR campaigns on behalf of WildKat PR clients

To liaise with press to generate and secure media coverage for clients

To take a leading role in the development and execution of unique, creative campaigns to promote our artists and the company

To write and distribute press releases

To attend all relevant artists’ events (which regularly occur outside of office hours) including meetings and performances

To attend potential client meetings where required, preparing proposals and presentation

To monitor and report any new online tools which may benefit the company or artists

To execute efficiently the distribution of promotional materials

To oversee the work of Junior Account Managers and Interns when required

 

Person Specification

Essential

1-2 years’ relevant experience

Knowledge of classical music, the arts, culture and PR

Proven administrative and organisational skills

Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Ability to take initiative and responsibility when working alone

Confidence and ability to manage multiple project simultaneously

Ability to work as part of a team

High degree of accuracy and attention to detail

Ability to remain calm when working under pressure and to manage conflicting deadlines

An interest in online media

Self-motivated

Good standard of computer literacy (Word, Excel, WordPress)

 

Desirable

Marketing experience

Fluency in another language, preferably German or French

Educated to degree level in an arts subject

To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to london@wildkatpr.com with the subject title ‘WildKat PR Account Manager application’

Closing date: Monday March 18th 2013 12pm

Salary: Competitive – dependent upon experience

 

 

Trainee Publicist

WildKat PR

 

Job Description

WildKat PR is looking for a music-loving and enthusiastic Trainee to join our London team. In this role, you will assist the Account Managers on creative PR campaigns across the classical and contemporary music sectors. You will need to demonstrate a passion for classical music, culture and the performing arts, as well as a creative mind. An interest in online media is also desirable.

 

Key duties:

To assist Account Managers in the execution of international PR campaigns

To liaise with press to generate and secure media coverage for clients

To take an active role in the the development and execution of unique, creative campaigns to promote our artists and the company

To execute efficiently the distribution of promotional materials

To assist in writing press releases

To manage content on WildKat PR and clients’ websites

To attend clients’ events both during and outside of office hours

To research and report any new developments within the industry

To monitor and report any new online tools which may benefit the company or artists

To assist with the daily running of the WildKat PR London office.

 

Person Specification

Essential

Passion for classical music, the arts, culture and PR

Excellent administrative and organisational skills

Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Ability to work as part of a team

High degree of accuracy and attention to detail

Ability to remain calm when working under pressure with sometimes tight deadlines, and ability to manage multiple tasks effectively

An interest in online media

Self-motivated

High level of initiative and enthusiasm

Good standard of computer literacy (Word, Excel, WordPress)

 

Desirable

Fluency in another language

To apply please send your CV and covering letter to london@wildkatpr.com with the subject title ‘WildKat PR Trainee Publicist application’

Closing date: Monday March 18th 2013 12pm

Salary: £11,300 per annum – This position is full-time, permanent one-year contract, with the first six months forming a trial period.

 

(Written on February 22, 2013 )

We are sad to say that we will soon be losing the wonderful Fleur, who is returning to university in Leeds to complete the final year of her degree (wish her luck). As such, we are looking for a music-loving and enthusiastic individual to join our team in London for 3-6 months. The internship will involve assisting on creative PR campaigns across the classical and contemporary music industries. You will need to demonstrate a passion for classical music, a creative mind, and an interest in new media.

This is a great opportunity for someone considering a career in arts PR, who is seeking to gain first-hand experience. You will assist with researching and reporting on new developments in the classical music world, writing press releases for clients and blogs for the WildKat PR website, researching press opportunities, as well as general running of the office.

Skills required:

The successful candidate needs to be self-motivated with excellent written and verbal communication skills. Good computer skills are vital and knowledge of other languages is a bonus, but not essential. You will need to be confident and able to take on responsibility, as well as being organised, able to prioritise and meet deadlines.

To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to london@wildkatpr.com. We are accepting applications until June 3rd 2011.

…and in case you needed more reason to consider working with us, here is a photo from our weekly Cupcake Friday tradition!

(Written on May 12, 2011 )