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  • Public relations specialists act as liaisons between their employer or client and the public. They establish and maintain good-natured, cooperative relationships with the news media, consumers, the government, local communities, Individuals and other public-interest groups.
  •  We expect to see candidates who can impress us with their copywriting and presentation skills. We’ll be on the lookout for experience in corporate communications, project management and social media. Throw a lot of enthusiasm and a pleasant personality into the mix and you’ll be our ideal candidate.
  • Formulate PR plans and strategies
  • Plan and supervise events, fairs, conferences etc.
  • Help maintain the identity and reputation of the employer or client
  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with regional and national media outlets
  • Arrange for press conferences, interviews, and other media and event appearances for the employer or client
  • Write speeches for the client or employer’s representatives
  • Coordinate scheduling and logistics as necessary

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-08-08
Job Role: Marketing and PR
Company Industry: Arts/Entertainment/and Media

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Mid Career
Nationality: Egypt
Degree: Bachelor’s degree

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