Careers Resources

Careers Resources

PR

Prospects Profile: Public Relations Accounts Executive

Detailed information on a specific job role from the Prospects website. Information is available on the activities of the role, salary, conditions, entry requirements, training, career development, typical employers/vacancy sources, case studies, contacts and resources.

Prospects Profile: Public Relations Officer

Detailed information on a specific job role from the Prospects website. Information is available on the activities of the role, salary, conditions, entry requirements, training, career development, typical employers/vacancy sources, case studies, contacts and resources.

Prospects Profile: Social Media Manager

Detailed information on a specific job role from the Prospects website. Information is available on the activities of the role, salary, conditions, entry requirements, training, career development, typical employers/vacancy sources, case studies, contacts and resources.

PR Moment

A large searchable database of PR jobs in the UK, together with case studies of people working in the profession.

How to get a job in Public Relations

Advice on how to pursue a career in PR with information on getting work experience and networking.

Public Relations Consultants Association (PRCA)

The voice of public relations consultancies in the UK. Includes list of paid internships and graduate schemes (click on 'intern campaign' in About Us section).

Chartered Institute for Public Relations

Public relations industry professional body with various levels of membership. Contains some freely accessible PR-related career information.

International Artist Managers' Association (IAMA)

Worldwide association for classical music management. The website contains job listings and a useful directory of members.

The ultimate guide to landing a job in PR (prfire)

Blog post written by a PR professional offering information and advice on careers in PR. The article explains the types of roles that are available, the skills required and where to look for opportunities. There is also advice on making applications and networking.

Class of 2008 case study: Katie Winstanley (History graduate)

Katie explains how the 2008 financial crash affected her career journey and offers advice to students graduating in tough economic conditions.

The IC Career Guide

This guide has been produced by the Institute of Internal Communication and contains useful information on what Internal Communication is, what skills are required and career prospects. There are also case studies of people working in the profession and tips for embarking on a career in this area.

Institute of Internal Communication

Professional body for Internal Communication in the UK. Their website has a useful careers section where you can explore what a career in IC involves and keep up-to-date with events and current job opportunities. The IoIC also produce an informative careers guide which you can download from their website or access from the separate resource entry on this page.

Bright Network career path guide: Marketing, media and PR

Information on career options within this sector, skills required, qualifications and employers.