Mischief seeks graduate talent

Mischief has joined forces with the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) in a search for the newest member of its team. Graduates must demonstrate high creativity through a series of challenges in order to secure a permanent contract at Mischief, PRWeek’s Consultancy of the Year.

Applicants will need to submit a written proposal by 6 June. A shortlist of up to 10 will be put through their paces in a day-long selection process at the Mischief office in London. Creativity, passion and media knowledge will be tested in a series of interviews, presentations and written tests. A ‘speed date’ with Mischief’s Creative Directors will also feature in the day.

Mischief Managing Director, Mitchell Kaye said:

“We are very lucky to have a bright, talented and creative team of people at Mischief. The Mischief Grad Scheme has been responsible for recruiting 20 per cent of our team – so we know there is a huge amount of talent out there and we’re looking forward to bringing it into the agency.”

CIPR CEO Jane Wilson added:
“Our partnership with Mischief offers an exciting opportunity for a new graduate to step onto the PR career ladder. It is one of several initiatives feeding into the CIPR’s Year of the Student and Teacher campaign during 2011-2012, which aims to boost the prospects of students, graduates and PR professionals in the early stages of their career.”

For details on how to apply, visit the CIPR website.

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