Senior PR Officer

Management, Media & PR
King's Cross
Salary Details
£32,716 (Inc London Allowance) per annum
Contract Type
Hours per Week
Closing Date
Sense has an exciting opportunity for someone to join our PR team as a Senior PR Officer, working full time flexibly between home and our head office in King's Cross, London.

Job Description

From securing impactful media coverage that promotes the work of Sense, to briefing key stakeholders for interview, this a varied role in a dynamic and friendly media team.

Working with the PR Manager and PR Officer, you would be responsible for delivering and evaluating high impact and on-message PR campaigns. You will have the opportunity to work across a varied portfolio of work including our public affairs and campaign work, as well as promoting our services, programmes, shops and fundraisers.

Key skills and experience required

The successful candidate will have experience as a journalist, or a PR working in a busy press office, proficient at managing competing priorities and able to turn around attention-grabbing press copy to a tight deadline.

They will have experience working with journalists and excellent stakeholder management skills. They will have experience in pitching and selling-in to journalists, and able to brief spokespeople for interview. 

They will have an active interest in current affairs and driving editorial coverage across all media types, including national broadcast, print, online and trade titles. The right candidate will be a real team player with great communications skills and a good understanding of media.

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Company Description

For everyone living with complex disabilities. For everyone who is deafblind. Sense is here to help people communicate and experience the world. We believe that no one, no matter how complex their disabilities, should be isolated, left out, or unable to fulfil their potential.