PR Executive

Women supporting women, it’s important! If it means something to you too then a role with the Women in Tech forum is a great opportunity to get involved in this movement and shout it loud!

As a PR Executive you will be assisting on the communication strategy and specialising in building and maintaining a positive public image for the Women in Tech forum organisation. You will have a varied work load and be able to get stuck into lots of meaningful tasks.

You might be responding to requests for information from the media, or writing press releases for them with information to promote clients. You’ll keep up a great relationship with the consumer, community, employee and public interest groups, it’s important that these groups know what’s going on!

You might be drafting speaking points and scheduling interviews, or helping to prepare and edit company materials such as the employee newsletters and other content for an external audience.

You’ll also have a hand in assisting the marketing team with their digital content, making sure that the Women in Tech forum identity and image is maintained.

You’ll get lots of chances to read up, spot trends, evaluate advertising and shout out your own thoughts and opinions on how to keep Women in Tech forum in the public eye.


What makes a great Women in Tech forum team member?
  • Well, first and foremost you don’t have to be a woman! Men are welcomed too.
  • You really feel a connection with what the company is trying to achieve and you want to learn more as you go along.
  • You are great with people and can communicate really effectively in person, on the phone, and on email.
  • You’re cool, calm, and collected. It would take a lot to ruffle your feathers!
  • You are super-duper organised and have a beady eye for detail.
  • You can manage your time well and always get priority tasks tackled first.
  • You like a bit of problem-solving. Pass the Rubix cube!


If you’ve got it flaunt it (if not Google it!)
  • Some experience in public relations/communications.
  • Media contacts across the general business, technology and HR industries.

The above is a nice little extra, but don’t worry if you don’t have the experience or the contacts, it’s not essential to the role.


How does a career collab work?

Career collabs are new, created by hundo to make sure you can start a career with companies that care. hundo has built loads of strong relationships with companies across the UK that want to invest in young people and help you grow. Our collabs are all about progression and we only work with businesses that are willing to put their time into helping you build a career.

Do I need to send my CV?

We don't care about CVs, we care about you. We believe in helping the real you shine, and that means getting you in front of the company as quickly as possible. Of course we can't make them magically disappear but we help take away the stress of getting it right and show you how to put together something that represents you.

Are there any real people I can speak to?

This is at the heart of what we are trying to do at hundo. We believe real careers are built on real relationships and our team will work with you to get you in the door and get you going in a new career as quickly as possible. We won't just hand you off to another HR person, we make sure you only speak to the right people and take the hassle out of the applying.