A Career in PR

Travel PR is currently looking for an experienced Account Manager.

This is a full-time, permanent position, starting November 2017. To learn more click here.

 

Our team is small but we are always on the lookout for more great talent. We very rarely advertise for new people, but rather, prefer to talk informally to start with. If you think you may have skills in public relations, social media, digital services or writing please get in touch.

A successful public relations career requires people with some, if not all of the following:

  • Excellent writing skills
  • An analytical and enquiring mind
  • A grasp of story ideas and angles
  • An understanding of the elements of a good story
  • An understanding of the media
  • Good research skills
  • A creative mind
  • An international mindset
  • A broad knowledge base
  • Excellent communication skills
  • A good understanding of social media
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
Sue Ockwell, MD - ask about a career at Travel PR

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We run an internship programme too. We are proud that many of the young people who have worked with us for short periods have gone on to excel – and some have even come back to work for us full time.

If you are interested in a career in PR, love travel, can write exceptionally well, understand the digital world and are good at establishing strong professional relationships, then we’d love to hear from you.

Get in touch and pop in for a chat and a coffee and perhaps your new career will start here.

 

 

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TESTIMONIALS
  • “Travel PR seems to have an innate understanding of what makes AITO tick and a sense of what beats at the heart of AITO. This leads to swift, in depth, intuitive cover from Travel PR staff whenever an AITO issue needs attention. It is the longevity of association between Travel PR, Sue Ockwell in person and AITO, together with Sue and her team’s unique inside knowledge, that makes for such a rich relationship between us.”

    Derek Moore

    AITO Chairman

  • “Travel PR is always my first point of contact when compiling round-ups, sourcing information for fact boxes or seeking inspiration for features. Not only have they got a diverse range of clients but I’m always amazed how quickly they get back to me. They’re an indispensable ally in the battle against impossible deadlines!”

    Will Gray

    Freelancer (Author of Travel With Kids; writer for national press and magazines including The Sunday Times)

  • “InsideJapan Tours has been working with Travel PR for a number of years now and we have found their connection with the British press to be invaluable. With Travel PR’s influence, InsideJapan Tours’ public profile has grown considerably with many journalists making our company the first port of call when it comes to any Japan related articles and information. With Travel PR’s help, InsideJapan has found itself regularly appearing in many of the UK’s biggest publications and its popularity amongst the travelling British public has also improved as a result.”

    James Mundy

    PR Manager at InsideJapan Tours

  • “Travel PR are the supreme professionals which is not surprising as the company was founded by Sue Ockwell, who is very much still at the helm. Ockwell has many years of experience at the highest level in the travel industry and leads her team by example. Behind the smooth and ever-courteous unflappability is a solid work ethic and a genuine understanding of what really makes travel tick.”

    Arnie Wilson

    Editor, Ski+board magazine, freelance travel writer and former Financial Times ski correspondent