Fancy getting your foot on the PR ladder?

06 February 2017 | Lifestyle, News, PR

Threepipe runs a dedicated intern programme throughout the year, providing exposure and experience in PR, social media and digital marketing across our B2C and B2B client portfolio which spans sectors such as retail, food & drink, consumer tech, lifestyle and fashion. If your focus is PR then your placement would of course be focussed on this.

We are currently on the lookout for people ready to get some hands on experience in PR, and get in insight into the day to day running of agency life.

No two days are ever the same. One day you could be helping out at a photoshoot or blogger event, developing content for social media campaigns, collating coverage from magazines and newspapers, conducting research to support new business pitches, or helping out our busy front of house team. A placement at Threepipe will certainly offer you real insight into the industry and how we work as an agency, putting you in good stead to develop some key entry level skills in PR.

We are ideally looking for someone who is also happy to split their time between PR support and working alongside our office manager (as and when needed) to keep front of house running like clockwork! 

Typically we host interns for one month placements although we can be flexible depending on availability. Our interns are paid monthly and normal working hours at our office in Holborn are 9am – 5.30pm.

If you’re confident, eager and ready for taste of life at an integrated marketing agency – then get in touch today – we’d love to meet you!

You can contact us via LinkedIn, Twitter or email: people@threepipe.co.uk

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