PR Manager

Location New York, NY (Hybrid)
Starts Within 2+ weeks
Duration 12+ Months
Status Freelance (40 hours a week)
Rate $45/hr. - $52/hr. (DOE)
Our client is the largest search engine giant, and they are currently seeking a PR Manager to join their team.

This role will be hybrid/onsite 2-3 days a week. The team is in New York and the client is requiring COVID-19 vaccination for this position.

Top Responsibilities for PR Manager:
-Lead the North America PR & communications strategy and ensure messaging alignment across the business.
-Identify appropriate PR opportunities while protecting the brand and managing reputational risk.
-Develop written materials including messaging guidelines, media briefing documents, Q&As, and media pitches.
-Identify appropriate proactive media opportunities where data can be utilized to tell stories or add to relevant cultural events, trends or conversations.

Ideal Qualifications for PR Manager:
-Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience.
-5+ years experience in public relations, marketing communications, or corporate communications.
-Experience working with and advising executives and senior leaders.
-Prior work experience at a PR agency or in-house.
-Experience drafting press releases and media pitches, liaising with reporters, and crafting thoughtful stories for media.

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Submit resume (and samples if applicable) to: jacob.sanchez@jobalert.creativecircle.com


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