Tuesday, 22 February 2011

Beauty PR internship available at SVPR

I speak to many people who are looking for PR internships and their main worry about taking on a placement is that they will be stuck fetching the coffee, running errands and generally not learning much about PR. Step forward SVPR! With the promise of getting fully involved in the PR process, there is also the potential of a paid position at SVPR at the end of the placement. Plus, since I know the owner Sarah personally, I can vouch for her being a lovely person, too! Read on for more details and to apply - and good luck!


Job description
SVPR is a small boutique health & beauty PR agency based in Battersea, south London. We are looking for a bright and driven graduate to undertake a 3 month internship, which may result in a paid position after the initial 3 month period. The successful applicant will have great writing skills, is driven to succeed and has a keen interest in health and beauty.

We are committed to ensure the internship will give you valuable experience - writing press releases, organising events, liaising with journalists... all fantastic skills you will be able to add to your CV and will help you to further your career in PR and media. All previous interns at SVPR have found full-time employment in the PR industry after completing their internship.

If you would like to apply for this position, please email sarahvrancken@press-london.co.uk with your CV before 10th March. Instead of including a covering letter, we would like you to send us a 300 to 500 word text outlining your favourite and least favourite beauty brands and the reasons why.

We will be looking to interview candidates mid-March, with the internship starting at the end of March 2011 / beginning of April.

Visit www.svpr.co.uk

2 comments:

  1. Sounds like a great opportunity. I am a final year PR student but don't graduate until this summer otherwise I'd be applying myself! x

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  2. Hi Lydia,

    Please feel free to send through your CV later this year. Things always change so it's worth getting in touch when you've finished your exams - there may just be an opportunity around that time...

    Regards,

    Sarah (SVPR).

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