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CMI, Press and PR Officer

Chartered Management Institute
Flexible with regular travel to London
Closing date
21 Nov 2021
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We're looking for a dynamic self-starter to join our PR team as Press and PR Officer. You will bring with you excellent written and verbal communication skills and a keen news sense to help us deliver proactive and reactive PR and media activities.

Location: Flexible with regular travel to London
Reporting to: Head of Press and PR

Job Purpose

To provide an effective and efficient PR and media support for CMI teams to deliver corporate strategic goals.

About the role:

  • Research, develop and deliver comprehensive PR plans for national PR and media programmes (including social media) to support the CMI’s corporate strategic plans.
  • Lead on responding to all media enquiries on leadership, management, training and development reinforcing the CMI as the authority and leading organisation in these areas.
  • Help develop and maintain working relationships and partnerships with national media contacts and other key stakeholders.
  • Deliver coverage and engagement reports and campaign evaluations which reflect team and corporate KPIs.
  • Own and maintain our forward planning tool, working closely with other CMI teams to ensure it is accurate and utilised.
  • Develop and distribute media materials, including press releases, statements, letters to editors, features and articles and spokesperson briefings.
  • Support the delivery of media training sessions, identifying colleagues who would benefit from training.

About you:

  • Good level of education with GCSE (or higher) English and Maths
  • Experience of using technology and IT systems
  • Significant experience of working in a national media-related environment
  • Proven track record of achieving national and consumer media coverage in a variety of different areas
  • Experience of planning, executing, monitoring and evaluating national PR & media plans
  • Ability to communicate effectively face to face, in writing, by email, on the telephone, including public speaking
  • Ability to write to a high standard under pressure, as well as excellent proofreading/editing skills
  • Ability to manage own time effectively and productively
  • Ability to work thoroughly and accurately, and with attention to detail, translating complex medical and research messages into compelling and engaging narratives
  • Ability to proactively identify and develop news hooks and media angles that support organisational objectives
  • Strong collaboration and interpersonal skills, with ability to build strong relationships and work collaboratively with stakeholders, including C-Suite, case studies and journalists
  • A good understanding of social media channels and how to utilise them for effective communications
  • Someone who will live CMI’s values and is professional, passionate, progressive and practical

About us: 

Working at CMI not only means joining a dynamic and ambitious organisation, it also means collaborating and sharing a passion for what we do. We know the importance of fresh ideas and encourage new perspectives.

We are a not for profit, Sunday Times top 100 employer offering an engaging, flexible and collaborative culture with a wealth of opportunity for professional development. Some of our competitive benefits include 32 1/2 days’ holiday, flexible approach to working, CMI membership, healthcare cash plan and stakeholder pension scheme to name a few! Our Platinum Accreditation with Investors in People, awarded in 2020, shows just how passionate we are about creating a supportive and inclusive space for everyone in the CMI family. 

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We reserve the right to close this vacancy earlier than advertised should we receive a high number of suitable applicants.


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