At The Write Angle we’re always on the lookout for superstar PR and marketing professionals to join our team.

You’ll have to work hard and really be able to stand out from the crowd, but if the fit’s right, then the possibilities are limitless.

We’ve got great clients, a buzzing atmosphere and believe that work should be fun too. Plus, rather than working in an urban jungle, our Lancashire location will be a breath of fresh air.

There are lots of perks to joining our team, including;

  • free onsite parking
  • great access – 5 minutes from the M6, M61 and M65 motorways
  • complementary refreshments
  • flexible working hours
  • strong team ethos
  • exciting range of clients

Join our team

Due to recent growth and team promotions, we’re looking for a PR Account Manager and an Account Executive.

Your first move is to send us your CV along with something that’s going to show us just how exceptional you are. It could be a show-stopping PR idea, a YouTube video you helped to create or anything you’ve done that you’re really proud of.

So just email us at jobs@thewriteangle.co.uk. If you knock our socks off we’ll be sure to get in touch.

Latest vacancies

Bookkeeper and Office Manager

We are looking for someone to manage the day to day running of the office; to provide administrative support to the team and undertake bookkeeping duties.

Our ideal candidate would be have experience in Sage and will be able to produce monthly management accounts, cash flow, payroll and will manage debtors and creditors.

General admin duties including answering the phone, managing suppliers, supporting the team and maintaining the office environment are an essential part of the role.

Above all we’re looking for a positive, can-do attitude.

If you’re up for the challenge send your CV and details of current salary to: jobs@thewriteangle.co.uk 

 

 

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