ClearStory International is a renowned international public relations agency headquartered in Dublin boasting clients across more than 20 countries. Some of these include governments, intergovernmental organisations, accelerators, scaleups and startups.
We work with our clients to get noticed by the world’s largest media outlets, from the BBC, TIME Magazine, CNBC, CNN and Bloomberg to help establish their reputation anywhere in the world.
Our rapidly growing PR agency is looking to recruit a talented Senior Account Executive who wants to further develop their skills and hone their international PR expertise.
Not only will you be required to develop ideas and write press releases and pitches, liaise with clients and network with the world’s biggest media players, but you will also need to help execute PR campaigns and strategies from start to finish.
See more details below.
Who You Are:
- You have a working knowledge of google suite (docs, sheets) or equivalent
- You have exceptional research and planning skills
- You have a genuine interest in startups and global business affairs
- You have a flair for writing in both a corporate and a creative manner
- You are flexible and proactive with a proven ability to multitask
- You are solution focused and able to think strategically
- You are organised and have strong attention to detail
- You have an interest in news and current affairs
- You have experience in direct client management
- You can multitask and work to tight deadlines under pressure
- You are friendly and have exceptional interpersonal skills
- You thrive when working both independently and as part of a team
What you must have:
- At least 2 years’ PR agency experience
- Journalism experience is a plus
- A third level degree OR relevant communications or PR qualification/diploma
- Exceptional creative writing and corporate writing skills
- Experience writing press releases and pitches
- Client and campaign management skills
- Experience in developing key media relationships
- Fluency in English (including written)
- A second language would be an asset but is not essential