United Kingdom’s Office of foremost Nigeria’s Public Relations Company, Black House Media has announced a job opening for public relations consultant.
BHM is on an exciting journey of growth and looking for passionate, entrepreneurial, and curious people to join its team and seek a consultant who will drive day-to-day activities and management of clients’ accounts, support the growth and development of the agency.
Applicant will work with clients from a variety of industries to devise and implement PR and marketing campaigns; liaise with clients to ensure excellent levels of service and satisfaction.
He or she will also create engaging, multimedia content for BHM and distribute via owned and earned channels, and assist with the new business process.
Interested applicant should send their CV to Alex Lewington at its recruitment partners, Reuben Sinclair; email@example.com.
Successful applicants will combine unique expertise of both geographical regions to help African businesses communicate to UK audiences, and UK organisations to navigate the African market.
In both Africa and the UK, BHM has deeply-rooted values, and lives by its motto ‘people before profit’.
The PR firm invests in its team and always ensures the team is recognised, valued, and rewarded.
BHM United Kingdom’s office was opened on March 8, 2021 to bridge communications between the UK and Africa and its salary banding for a Consultant ranges between £25k – £35k, depending on experience.
Consultants will also receive a flexible benefits package for the full-time role and will not need to be in the office everyday – can work remotely if required.
BHM UK is proud to be an equal opportunities employer, celebrate diversity, and do not discriminate based upon race, religion, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, disability, or any other legally protected characteristics.
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