25-30 hrs / week, especially as a re-entry after parental leave.

The task: You advise our customers in the lifestyle and family sectors and develop together with the team cross-media communication concepts. You can always find new communication approaches and topics and understand how to create relevant content – whether for the classic media or the digital world.

DRP stands for Dederichs Reinecke & Partner. We are a full-service PR agency for brand and corporate communications. Full service means we use the entire toolbox of public relations – the task of deciding whether we work in digital, analog, social media or influencer channels. Our mission is to positively change the way people think, feel and act. We only work for people, products and services that we like.

You: After completing your studies, you have successfully completed a PR traineeship or trainee program and then worked as a junior in PR and social media, ideally on the agency side. You work fast, structured, independent and reliable. Your feel for the target groups and the right tonality is sensational. You have an eye for trends and topics in leisure and lifestyle. You are creative, have new ideas and enjoy implementing them – also in English.

Social media you live with passion. You know your way on all common channels and in the German-speaking media landscape. You routinely handle all Office applications and have basic knowledge of Adobe Photoshop.

Personality and authenticity are more important to us than a leaked, complete CV. We are looking for real characters who know what they want. We are looking for experts with attitude and experience. From us there is a very good payment, an annual training budget of € 1,500, flexible working time models, flexitime, home office days – and space to do something really useful. By the way: If all this suits you, if you would like to start again as a mother / father after parental leave and do not send us your documents, there is something going on 😉


Do not worry, we have a lot of parents here – each of us knows the call from the day care center at 11:42 am: “Your child has a fever, can you pick it up?” No problem, no human lives depend on our work …


Let’s start now.


If you want to join us in the jump, then Ina looks forward to your documents or your application video under
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Ina Freilinger via email: