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Cartier Public Relations Summer Intern

New York, NY, USA

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About the Role

Support PR Treatment team in curating and executing unique PR events, treatment offerings and experiences that promote brand launches & initiatives
Manage NA vendor and press partner gift trackers
Support team in fulfilling ad-hoc gifting requests for Corp. Communications & Editorial Partners
Assist PR Treatment team with annual holiday gifting initiative roll-out
Compile and manage press gift inventory and maintain gift storage organization
Produce competitor analysis research on luxury brand events and gifting initiatives
Ideate and brainstorm production for bespoke Cartier gifts and event touchpoints
Research brand suitable vendors to partner and collaborate with on PR initiatives
Assist PR Treatment Coordinator with budget management and invoice administration
Provide administrative support to Coordinator & Manager
The CNA PR Treatment team is responsible for curating and elevating press events and experiences to amplify brand initiatives, both at the global and local levels. The CNA PR Treatment team develops bespoke gifting strategies for key press partners and people of influence. Additionally, the team oversees the departmental budget and supports both the Corporate Communications and Editorial teams. It is currently comprised of a PR Treatment Manager, who reports to the North America Director of Public Relations, and a PR Treatment Coordinator.


  • Currently enrolled in an accredited university/college program at the time of application 

  • Tech Savvy with proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel) 

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills 

  • An innovative thinker with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment 

  • At your core, a team player who is excited to shine, as well as, empower and assist others to achieve success 

  • Energetic and eager to assist on projects and initiatives 

  • Able to work a full-time schedule throughout the course of our Summer Internship Program 

  • Authorized to work in the United States; International students must have a current work visa, Richemont North America will not sponsor work visa’s for summer internships 

  • Must be age 18 or older to participate  

  • Must be available to participate for the entirety of internship program (June 3rd - August 9th) 

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