• 29/07/2024
  • 25,642.50
  • Apprenticeship - Higher apprenticeship: level 4
  • 3rd Floor 86-90 Paul Street London EC2A 4NE
Public Relations & Communications Apprentice - Job Ref: TiltonPRAPP

This is a fantastic opportunity to work at Tilton Consultancy for global clients in consumer, technology, health and social impact sectors. The role will include desk research, content development for social media, and contributing to communications strategies. It would suit a self-starter with strong communication skills who enjoys diverse challenges.

What you will do in your working day

This apprentice role at The Tilton Consultancy will best suit somebody who wants to be challenged and learn from a small, senior and specialist team. We’re looking for an apprentice who wants to get stuck in from day one and make a difference to their teams. The role will best suit someone who wants to fast-track their career in communications and hit the ground running. It’s a fast-paced environment where you’ll learn quickly and be supported every step.

PR activities:

The PR Apprentice will be required to undertake (but not be restricted to) the following occupational duties as part of their role:

  • Develop written and non-written content and schedule this content for publication/distribution according to the public relations and communications or campaign plan
  • Contribute to the creation of campaigns or new business proposals planning and their implementation
  • Research, analyse and monitor stakeholders to inform engagement strategies
  • Monitor media to keep up to date with current affairs and build knowledge of the journalist and media landscape
  • Research, analyse and evaluate campaigns against key performance indicators (KPIs) to prepare future campaigns
  • Share content with relevant stakeholders and media, to inform and influence audiences to maintain positive relationships
  • Undertake reputation assessment and formulate responses to support stakeholders with the planning and implementation of reputation management and/or crisis strategies
  • Support the Public Relations and Communications team with routine administrative, logistical, and time-sensitive tasks
  • Support the planning and delivery of ad hoc engagement activities such as events
  • Contribute to team development by sharing relevant knowledge and skills when required
  • Organise and coordinate stakeholder meetings
  • Contribute to the organisational objectives and key performance indicators to support communication activities which drive and improve performance and sustainability goals

The training you will be getting

  • You will develop a wide understanding of Public Relations and the impact it has on businesses
  • As a Public Relations and Communications Apprentice, you will follow a Level 4 Public Relations Assistant apprenticeship standard, with a PRCA Qualification
  • This will involve “on the job” training, virtual visits from an Apprenticeship Coach, an internal line manager to provide ongoing guidance, online learning, and creating a portfolio of evidence
  • Attendance to 50+ high-quality PRCA industry-training courses
    Functional Skills in maths and English if required
  • The apprentice will be working towards an End-Point Assessment (EPA) which will determine if he/she has the knowledge, skills, and behaviours listed in the PR & Communications Assistant Standard
  • PRCA is the training provider for this apprenticeship, as well as the largest membership and industry body for the PR & Communications industry

What to expect at the end of your apprenticeship

  • The potential career path of a successful applicant will form part of discussions during the apprenticeship – future employment opportunities within The Tilton Consultancy may be available on completion

Things to consider

You may be required to work flexible hours to meet clients' needs. Benefits offered: Free PRCA Membership, 28 days annual leave, Work from Home, Casual Dress, Company Events.

Job Ref: TiltonPRAPP

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