Assistant to CEO and Literary Agent Caroline Michel
Caroline Michel is a literary agent and CEO at Peters Fraser and Dunlop. She is Chair of the Hay Literary Festival, Chair of the BFI Trust and a Trustee of Somerset House. She is a Member of the Veuve Clicquot Business Woman of the Year Committee and a Fellow of the RSA.
We are looking for a highly enthusiastic and bright individual who will aid in the running of a busy department. The ideal candidate will be an assistant who can effectively manage business and personal schedules. The ability to multi-task is essential as are exceptional organisational skills. We are looking for someone who will be able to meet a challenge with confidence and possess the ability to work at a fast and structured pace while paying great attention to detail. A full-hearted approach to any task is vital as well as acknowledging the importance of discretion, confidentiality and diplomacy. We are seeking someone who has excellent listening skills, an exceptional flair for verbal and written communication, and a strong telephone manner. We are looking for someone to start in January 2017.
Event and Trip planning
HR duties: employment contracts, recording holiday and sick days, managing the Financial Director’s diary, circulating financial papers for meetings
Assisting with Hay Festival, BFI Trust, Somerset House, Veuve Clicquot Business Woman of the Year Committee RSA duties
Research for new clients/editors
Support in all personal and business affairs
Please send your CV and covering letter to Samia Spice (email@example.com).
PFD offers bright and energetic first-timers an opportunity to discover what agencies are all about. We run paid internship schemes within the Books department and the Broadcast department. All applicants must be a British citizen or have a valid work permit, which we are not able to organise on your behalf.
Books Department Intern
We currently do not have any Books Department internship vacancies.
Broadcast & Live Events Intern
We accept Broadcast and Live Events internship applications on a rolling basis.
Our three-month internships are paid with a review at one month and cover factual television, radio, live events and brand endorsements.
Please send a CV and short covering note to James Carroll (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will contact you when a position becomes available.
Ipso Books Intern
We currently do not have any Ipso Books internship vacancies.