We’re always looking for positive, intelligent, enthusiastic, ambitious people with personality, confidence and a passion for communications, so if that sounds like you, send your CV and a covering letter to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Richmond Towers is committed to the principles of fairness, consistency, meritocracy and equality of opportunity. Please read our Diversity and Equality Policy
We mean it when we say we’re proud of the quality our people, so we take care to help them develop their skills to be the best people in PR. We reward hard work and initiative by promoting people when they deserve it, not after a set length of time. We operate a generous flexible benefits system including BUPA healthcare membership and we develop bespoke training and development plans for everyone on the team each year. Not only that, we have a social committee that organises regular socials ranging from karaoke, to pizza nights to book clubs and summer barbecues. Better still, every January we have a company-wide weekend trip abroad, with 2014′s trip to Hamburg being an unbeatable mix of traditional local cuisine, embarrassing dancing at Angie’s nightclub and multiple steins of the finest German beer!
Here at Richmond Towers, we’re not afraid of rolling up our sleeves in the name of a worthy cause. Whether it’s taking on the Trees for Cities Tree-Athlon, getting our bake on for Comic Relief or donning our festive jumpers for Save the Children, charity is important to us. Our most recent charity work saw us join the ranks of collectors braving the streets to help raise money for Marie Curie’s Great Daffodil Appeal. The appeal encourages people to make a small donation and wear a daffodil to show their support for the charity’s cancer care work. Keen to join in, we headed off in pairs (complete with very lovely yellow hats!) to explain the cause, sell our daffodil wares and drum up some monetary support from commuters and tourists at Charing Cross station. We raised more than £450, which was enough to help Marie Curie provide 22 hours of nursing care for terminally ill patients in their own homes. Well done to everyone involved!