Five impressive PR and marketing roles available in the architecture and design industry

We've selected five roles in PR and marketing available on Dezeen Jobs this week, including positions with Adjaye Associates and WilkinsonEyre.


Top PR/marketing jobs: Marketing lead at Adjaye Associates in New York, USA

Marketing lead at Adjaye Associates

Adjaye Associates is looking for a new projects and marketing lead to join its office in New York. The British-Ghanaian architect recently designed a curved pink-tinted concrete building for luxury retailer The Webster's flagship store in Los Angeles.

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Top marketing and PR jobs: Marketing coordinator at WilkinsonEyre in London, UK

Marketing coordinator at WilkinsonEyre

WilkinsonEyre designed a modular village of cross-laminated timber pods arranged in clusters to accommodate undergraduate students and visitors to the Dyson Institute. The firm has an opportunity for a marketing coordinator to join its team in London.

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Top marketing and PR jobs: Press officer and editor at Carlo Ratti Associati in Turin, Italy

Press officer and editor at Carlo Ratti Associati

Carlo Ratti Associati is inviting applications for a press officer and editor to join its team in Turin, Italy. The Italian architect and MIT professor aimed to provoke debate about surveillance with his Eyes of the City exhibition in Shenzhen, which uses facial-recognition technology and artificial intelligence to track visitors.

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Top marketing and PR jobs: Marketing assistant at Toogood in London, UK

Marketing assistant at Toogood

Design duo Faye and Erica Toogood's studio is hiring a studio manager and marketing assistant in Shoreditch, London. Faye Toogood collaborated with Cc-tapis to create the Doodles collection, which comprises six hand-knotted rugs with paint-like splotches and scribbles by Toogood.

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Marketing and communications manager at Sheppard Robson

Sheppard Robson designed the Nelson Mandela children's hospital in Johannesburg, a 200-bed, eight-theatre paediatric facility made from orange bricks that reference the region's red-clay soil. The practice, is seeking a business development marketing and communications manager to join its studio in London.

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