Seeking a career in communications?
Communication is a skill that can take you anywhere in the world, and can help you conquer any challenge.
Choosing a career in communication will open hundreds of doors for your future work, and for your future role in the community.
Some of MEPRA's registered agencies work for the biggest companies, for governments and for charities. An individual practitioner will design programs from reaching school children with messages about safety, to handling the media during product announcements and employee incentive schemes.
These people do not just tell a story. They listen to key groups and advise their employers on how to understand concerns and effectively address issues. Good communicators need to be creative and focused in order to change awareness, attitudes and behaviors.
Today we work in a very complex communication environment. The news media remains an important way to reach large numbers of people. However pod casting, small group meetings, exhibitions, surveys and interactive conversations are all part of the daily PR kit-bag.
People who passionately work to make a difference are the leaders in public relations. They are always tuned into the impact of what we say and what we do, and they advise people on how to be more effective and creatively overcome barriers.
As boundary riders, spanning the area where an organization blends into the community, the communicator also must have a keen sense of ethics, justice and an eye for trouble. Tackling issues and building solutions makes PR people one of the most valuable resources in any organization.
Good luck in your search for the perfect career. If you choose PR, you will always have many opportunities and many ways to succeed.
Exclusive to MEPRA Members: check out Fabric's 2013 Salary Guide!
2013 Salary Guide
Social Media Executive
Dubai- based PR Agency is recruiting social media executives with min. 1 year experience and graduates looking for 3 month social media internships!
United Arab Emirates