Dit bedrijf is a leading international office practicing architecture, urban planning, and cultural analysis. Dit bedrijf is dedicated to the realization of buildings and master plans around the world that insist on intelligent forms, while inventing new possibilities for content and everyday use.
Dit bedrijf has projects in over 30 countries with offices in Rotterdam, New York, Beijing, Hong Kong and - soon to be opened - Doha. The counterpart to dit bedrijf is AMO, a research and design studio working in media, politics, renewable energy, technology, publishing, fashion, micro-design and cultural advisory.
The Public Relations department streamlines the provision of company information internally and externally. It handles the representation of dit bedrijf by taking care of the press liaison, events and lectures. By doing so, Public Relations creates an environment in which it can help achieve dit bedrijf's business development goals, promote dit bedrijf's reputation, enhance brand identity, raise awareness of dit bedrijf's projects and services, increase name recognition in the marketplace, target specific markets, and recruit talented staff.
To apply, visit http://www.oma.com/jobs and use our online application form to upload your cover letter, resume and portfolio.
assist in the entire range of works of the Public Relations Department and the OMA Archive Collection
process image requests for publications
organize lectures internally and externally
prepare materials for publication
update the OMA website
assist and support other members of the public relations team
assist and report to the Head of Public Relations
Interest in Architecture and proven PR experience in the creative industry
Currently pursuing a Bachelor or Master’s degree in journalism, communications, architecture or similar field
Strong graphic skills
Skilled in MS Office and Adobe Products Suite
European work permit is essential
Understanding of architecture and the economic and political environments in which OMA operates
Fluent in English (preferably native); spoken and written knowledge of one other language is an asset