Work with us

Work with us

Change to us

At PPR, we partner with our clients to achieve and communicate change that makes a difference. We don’t settle for the status quo or the run of the mill when it comes to communications. And neither do the brands and organisations that partner with us. Whether global start-ups or established icons, they work with us to achieve real, measurable change that positively impacts their business through creative, compelling marketing communications.

Join us

For 45 years PPR has been a place where communication professionals grow their careers. By working with award winning colleagues in a supportive work environment on clients that include global and local brand leaders hundreds of skilled PR practitioners have flourished at PPR over the last four decades.

We have a values based culture that has an emphasis on fun, professionalism and delivering amazing results for our clients.

Our Values

ONE TEAM – PPR is greater than the sum of its parts. By collaborating, cooperating and supporting each other as if every client is our client we can create exceptional outcomes for our clients and the agency and share and learn to help us all grow our thinking and our skills.

PROFESSIONAL – Being professional can come in many forms. It can be outstanding writing skills, effective media relations, trusted client counsel, reliable back of house support services or delivering what we promise on time, on budget and to the standard that is expected of us.

INNOVATIVE – PPR has innovated for 45 years to remain the leader in our field. Our commitment to pushing the boundaries, never settling for status quo and always looking forward on behalf of our clients and the agency means we will stay at the forefront of communications.

FUN – If we work hard then we need to be having fun along the way. Making PPR a place where we enjoy coming to work everyday benefits us and our clients. All of us have a role to play in respecting each other, contributing to a positive culture and demonstrating enjoyment, enthusiasm and a positive attitude for our work


PPR is always on the lookout for talented creative communications professionals seeking to advance their careers at the forefront of global communications. If you are looking for a role that will see you fly under the radar then PPR is not the place for you. We hire creative, inspired, enthusiastic, passionate communications practitioners that stand out in a crowd and deliver for our clients. If you would like to join us, contact one of our talent team below.

Asia Pacific

Melissa Millard – Director, People and Culture
melissa.millard@ppr.com.au
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Chantel Warren – Human Resources Manager
chantel.warren@ppr.com.au
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Americas

Christine Natividad – Human Resources Director christine.natividad@pprww.com
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EMEA

Neil Foster
neil.foster@bm.com

INDIA

Bandini Chhabra –Deputy Manager- Talent
Bandini.Chhabra@pprww.com
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Intern with us

PPR’s internship program offers a minimum of two weeks (if completed full-time) of structured work experience. All of our interns will assist on client projects and be provided with extensive on the job learning opportunities during their time with us. For interns to gain the most out of their experience it is preferred that students commit to a minimum of 2 days per week for the duration of the placement. Please check with your university or college as to the number of hours required to complete an internship.

How to apply:

Email your cover letter and resume to internship@ppr.com.au

Please include:

  • Your areas of interest within Communications (e.g. Media, Content, Social Media, Digital etc)
  • Your preferred internship dates
  • You will also need to send through confirmation that an internship is a course requirement

Please note that PPR does not offer paid internships and under the Fair Work Act, PPR can only accept students into the PPR Internship program if an internship or formal work experience are a mandatory part of your education or training course. To determine if you are able to complete an internship, please speak to your internship coordinator or lecturer. More information can be found on the Fair Work Ombudsman website.