Italian Speaking Media Relations Manager - Asset Management
Fantastic PR and Communications position for native or fluent Italian speakers at a leading asset manager
A UK based investment manager is looking for an Italian speaking Public Relations (PR) Manager with a background in financial services PR to join their growing UK and European Communications team, based in Italy.
Italian Speaking Media Relations Manager's accountabilities & responsibilities:
- Delivery of the company's corporate PR message to trade media in Europe, predominantly targeting personal finance and consumer media and institutional clients
- Production of press releases, articles and management of social media content (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube)
- Management of media agencies, ensuring they are well versed in the company's communications strategy
- Pitching ideas, coordinating media briefings and managing press enquiries
- Workflow management as part of a small team
- Involvement in managing events, conferences and seminars and assistance in developing digital projects.
- Ad hoc support as part of wider communications team
Italian Speaking Media Relations PR Manager's experience & knowledge:
Salary & Associated Benefits:
- Fluency in English and Italian, with further European languages being an advantage
- Strong copywriting skills with the ability to write across different media including website, corporate literature and client communications.
- Experience and understanding of the target audiences and a track record working with relevant trade and national press
- PR experience ideally within another asset management firm or in an agency, working with financial press.
- A driven, motivated individual who is confident working independently and as part of a team
€50,000-60,000 PA + discretionary bonus + benefits package
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