Interviews: how to answer The Question

PR careers are attractive to many. But how do you answer the killer interview question when you’re stronger on enthusiasm than experience? Helen Parkinson learnt the hard way.

Axe-throwing bright sparks sought

Spark Communications, a top-three technology public relations consultancy, is recruiting two trainee account executives to join its team of twenty. We are looking for enthusiastic, creative and persuasive thinkers, ideally with some transferable skills such as experience in writing or telephone-based sales or marketing.

From law to PR: my professional journey

Law graduate Fiona Hanna now works in PR. She finds there’s much in common between the two professional disciplines of law and PR.

Weber Shandwick 2017 Apprentice Scheme and Open Day

Weber Shandwick is looking for a diverse group of bright, talented, ambitious, natural communicators (graduates or non-graduates) with a passion for communications and all things creative and digital to join its 2017 Apprentice Scheme.

Acing job interviews like a pro

Answer questions with short stories that get to the point quickly and flow easily, as you get your key messages across. Then listen. And treat job interviews as conversations rather than interrogations advises Bart Misiak.