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We’re always looking for talented people to join the talented team here at Fanclub. To keep up to date with our vacancies, please follow us on Twitter, on LinkedIn, or like our Facebook page.

We’re currently recruiting for the roles below.

HELLO STRANGER!

PAID INTERN (CONSUMER & B2B)

THREE MONTH PLACEMENT

£18,000 pro rata (London Living Wage)

In writing this job spec, I asked our last intern (now a budding account executive), what attracted her to Fanclub. She replied that it was the 30 minute chat about Stranger Things in her first interview.

What a stroke of luck. She turned out to be more than we could hope for and if you came to this page via our social media accounts, you’d have seen the Stranger Things-styled job advert we created to help us find our next intern; an homage to our last intern hire.

We’re not looking for a Stranger Things fan per se. We are looking for someone who has an incredible attitude, and wants somewhere that will help them be the very best they can be.

Fanclub was set up to make PR more valuable, and change it. In the last six years, we’ve done just that- through innovative work from talented people, who are well looked-after and love what they do (with bags of fun-vibes). We’re pitching for notable clients, against some of the most respected agencies (and not just PR ones). And we’re winning.

Our measure of success goes beyond traditional PR metrics, and we work in a super integrated way. So there’s plenty of  digital, content, social media, and search in our work. We believe that this is the future of PR.

Driving these campaigns are elegantly crafted, shareable stories; some of the memorable ones include creating the world’s largest emoji in crop circle form with a YouTube superstar, collaborating with Jean-Paul Gaultier to create limited edition eclairs, shooting virtual reality postcards with TOWIE’s Mark Wright, and  helping our innovative business-to-business clients change the way we work.

Everyone at Fanclub loves their craft, and we take proactive steps to keep ourselves sharp. There are also fortnightly internal “Lunch & Learn” sessions, where we share knowledge on everything from brands on Reddit, to the importance of storytelling to evolution.

Work-life balance is really important to us. We believe people perform better, are more loyal, and nicer to work with, when they’re treated well. Over 90% of the time, the office is empty by 6pm (although on rare occasions, we do have to work out of ordinary office hours). We also offer sabbaticals on half pay for anyone who is with us for more than two years.

We’re an eight-strong, ambitious and fast-growing team, working with great clients.

P.S. we have a rooftop bar too

About the role

The role will be supporting the team across client, and non-client activity. As an intern for the team, you’ll assist people building an agency that’s redefining PR and will get the chance to work with well-known brands, as well as game-changing technologies.

As part of a growing team, you’ll have the opportunity to work across a variety of tasks, with exposure to areas of the business that are traditionally kept well out of reach on interns.

Key criteria

  •   First rate communication skills, especially writing
  •   A positive and can-do attitude to work, ready to get stuck in
  •   A keen interest in PR and media
  •   Proactive and always ready to help
  •   Well-organised

If this sounds like you, and we sound like a team you’d like to know more about, we’d love to hear from you.

To apply, please email a covering email and your CV to hellostranger@fanclubpr.com. For all other applications, please email us at talent@fanclubpr.com.

If you’re a supplier, looking to join the Fanclub Workshop Collective, please contact us using the contact form.

Fanclub PR is an equal opportunities employer. Please contact us for further details.

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