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As Friday draws to a close, are you considering a move up the career ladder? Does a new job or an improved wage sound like a change for the better?

With a large number of vacancy postings on the MCV jobs board, it’s never been a better time to think about a move to pastures new. Whatever your discipline, there’s bound to be an opportunity that suits your experience.

Below is the job of the week, picked from the numerous positions on offer on the board.

PR executive
Location: UK – London
Salary: DOE
Description: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, a division of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group, is a premier publisher, licensor and developer of entertainment content for the interactive space across all current and future platforms, including console, handheld and PC-based gaming. Leveraging the distribution, marketing and sales infrastructure within Warner Bros, WBIE is a significant worldwide publisher for both Warner Bros’ and third party game titles.

Under direction of the PR manager, EMEA, the PR executive is responsible for assisting and supporting 11 EMEA territories in all aspects of the PR strategies and tactics for WBIE videogames and games distributed through third party distribution agreements. This will primarily involve providing European input into the global PR plans, ensuring timely delivery of assets from the global PR team in LA, delivering clear concise PR and asset briefings and information flow to 11 European territories and providing general publicity support to the region."

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