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Freelance Public Relations

About codebar

codebar is a charity that is committed to transforming lives through tech education and diversifying the industry. We achieve this by running free programming workshops for minority group members in tech.

We launched in October 2013 in London, and since then we have started chapters in 35 locations around the world and had over 17,000 people attend a codebar workshop.

Job Brief

We are looking for a Public Relations consultant who can help us get our story, mission, and success stories in front of a wider audience. We want someone to shout about codebar, and everything we do.

What will you do?

We are looking for someone to come on board and develop codebar further. We want someone who has experience working with journalists and getting press coverage for charities/non-profits. Below is a list of some things you may be asked to do, however, we would also like your input.

  • Help us identify core target media to get codebar in front of
  • Help us identify and establish strong relationships with key target journalists
  • Help us to identify newsworthy stories and events from within codebar that can help to raise awareness of the charity via press coverage
  • Support in developing content for newsletters and blogs

Job Details

  • Job Type: Freelance
  • Location: Remote
  • Working Hours: 6/8 hours a month
  • Rate: £25 an hour
  • Deadline: Friday 21st May
  • Contract Length: Initial 3 months with an option to extend

What happens next?

Please send an email to [email protected] with “Public Relations Job Advert” in the email subject, with a short bio about yourself and a few examples of previous press coverage you’ve got charities/non-profits. If successful, you’ll be invited to a video call to chat about this opportunity further, but either way, you will hear from us after the application deadline.





Closing date
21 May 2021

Posted by
Kimberley Cook (She/Her)

Published on
23 Apr 2021

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