What does a PR-manager do?

Public relations managers plan and direct the creation of materials that enhance an employer or client’s public image. They develop their organization’s or client’s corporate image and identity through the stories they tell about them. They enhance the organization’s or client’s brands and image and form a coherent, streamlined message on behalf of the organization or client. They develop the organization’s or client’s corporate image and identity possible audiences, determining the best way to reach them.

Public relations managers designate an appropriate spokesperson or information source to handle media inquiries and help clients communicate effectively with the public when necessary. They write press releases and prepare information for media outreach and campaigns and devise advertising and promotion programs for the organization or clients and assign, supervise, and review staff activities. They recommend ways to enhance the firm's image and sometimes handle internal communications, including company newsletters. They may also draft speeches, arrange interviews, and maintain other forms of public contact. Public relations managers need at least a bachelor's degree in public relations, communications, English, fundraising, or journalism.

EducationBachelor's Degree
Work/Life Balance
3.9 ★
Salary Range--
Career Opportunity
3.9 ★
Avg. Experience2-4 years

PR-manager Salaries

Average Base Pay

£43,877 /yr
Same as national average
Not including cash compensation
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£30K
Median: £44K
£64K
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PR-manager Career Path

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Read what PR-manager professionals have to say about their job experiences and view top companies for this career.
Larsen & ToubroLarsen & Toubro
Manager Corporate Affairs
27 Apr 2020

“Salary is comparatively less..and there is huge variation in salary within same grade based on rating which is highly subjective”

SingleStoreSingleStore
Vice President Corporate Marketing
4 Nov 2020

“It provides a great opportunity to advance and grow your career with people who will support you along the way.”

AlipayAlipay
Expansion Manager
1 Mar 2021

“tech company which provides a great foundation to grow both business and personal career path.”

ExperianExperian
PR Manager
16 Sep 2021

“It affords a much better work life balance than I experienced at an agency and is more dynamic and interesting than my previous corporate role.”

Shaw HoldingsShaw Holdings
Assistant Public Relations Manager
29 Dec 2020

“I was also given many opportunities to grow and utilise my strengths in new projects.”

TrainualTrainual
PR Manager
19 Dec 2019

“The benefits and perks are some of the best I've received from an employer.”

Hanwha GroupHanwha Group
PR Manager
23 Jan 2022

“But making innovative thing rapidly was really hard because of its little bit conservative condintion.”

Sammons Financial Group CompaniesSammons Financial Group Companies
Associate Vice President, Corporate Marketing
14 Oct 2021

“The workforce is highly engaged and the culture is the best of any company I have worked for in my 30 year career.”

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The most common qualifications to become a pr manager is a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree and an average of 0 - 1 of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.