Public Relations Managers create and maintain a favourable public image for their employer or client by communicating programs, accomplishments and/or points of view. The role of a Public relations managers is to field media questions and pitch stories to the media, prepare media kits and organise press conferences. They also write press releases, speeches for the executive team, develop advertising and marketing communications material and prepare articles for corporate newsletters. Typical Salaries for a Public Relations Manager are between 50-60k in Dublin and 45-50k outside Dublin.
Situated on the South Westerly peninsula of Ireland, Cork is the second largest city in the Republic of Ireland. It is the principal city and administrative centre of County Cork and the largest city in the province of Munster. Cork City has a population of 123,000 whilst a further 325,000 people live in Cork County.