PR Manager

PR Manager
Employer: Natural History Museum
Salary: £34,907
Location: London

The world is changing and so are we. Help us make an impact for future generations.

The natural world is changing quickly under the influence of human behaviour and we're making critical choices at a time when people are more disconnected than ever before from nature. As a world-leading scientific institution and an awe-inspiring, iconic visitor attraction, the Natural History Museum is powerfully placed to help individuals, governments and society at large make better decisions for the future.

Reporting into the Head of Media & PR, this is a very exciting project-based post dedicated to publicising a (yet to be announced) high-profile exhibition. The project involves several prominent partners so the successful candidate must have experience of successfully managing demands of multiple stakeholders to meet objectives.

Working closely with the Head of Media & PR, you will be responsible for researching, drafting and delivering an ambitious and high-impact Media & PR plan for this project. Your plan will form part of an integrated communications campaign with the project’s partners and with the Museum’s internal communications, digital, government relations and marketing teams.

Your media campaign will help build brand awareness for the Museum nationally and internationally – attracting new audiences and positively challenging perceptions of the Museum. It will be both public-facing but also target the Museum’s key stakeholders from the government and donors, to trustees and industry peers.

With demonstrable experience in issues management, you will be responsible for identifying and mitigating any risks to the Museum’s reputation.

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