|Full name||Paul MacKenzie-Cummins|
Nominated for the HR Journalist of the Year award 2009, and Winner of Best Employment Advice on the Internet award 2006, 2007 and 2008. Paul is a freelance journalist and public relations consultant specialising in the fields of careers, business, the environment and lifestyle. He is recognised as one of the top Careers writers in the UK and one of the leading Environmental journalists in Wales.
|Editorial work||News writing, Features writing, Editing, Sub-editing, Photography, Radio|
|Last updated||28-09-2011 18:09|
For 3 years, Paul has written the award-winning careers content for Monster.com - the UK's biggest career website - that won the Best Employment Advice on the Internet NORAS award for three consecutive years in 2006, 2007 and 2008 beating the likes of The Guardian and Learn Direct on each occasion. He also researches and produces industry reports for Monster on a pan-European basis. And since 2007 he has been the main writer for the market leading career portal in the USA and Canada - CareerBuilder.com, careers writer for MSN Careers, The Press Gazette, The Gay Times and a number of other leading titles.
In 2008 Paul launched Green Matters Wales magazine, the first ethical and green living magazine for Wales, which won widespread acclaim across the environmental sector, prompting some of the leading names in the field to contribute to the publication including Jonathan Porritt, chief environmental adviser to Gordon Brown, and Patrick Holden, director of the Soil Association. He is a regular guest on BBC Radio Wales’ Lunchtime Show with Richard Evans and Good Morning Wales – appearing as their environment expert (a position shared with the head of the Energy Saving Trust). Consequently, Paul is one of the leading environmental journalists in Wales and is a regular source for the Welsh media.
Paul is also a regular contributor to a number of leading lifestyle publications, such as The Gay Times, Palladium men's lifestyle magazine and the Press Gazette. And he has been short-listed for the prestigious HR Journalist of the Year Award 2008. Furthermore, Paul handles all the media relations for the biggest Recruitrment Consultancy in Wales, IntaPeople, which has billings in excess of £4m per year.