PR / Influencer Coordinator - Other Areas

Starts September 2021
Duration 3+ months, 40 hours/week
Status Freelance
Rate Around $30 per hour DOE
Our beauty retail client in Denton is looking for a freelance PR / Influencer Coordinator to start this month, 40 hours per week, for at least 3 months.

The PR / Influencer Coordinator will manage the workflow and communications within the team, to facilitate and coordinate various detailed-oriented influencer needs, prioritize and manage high volume of work, so they are not looking for actual influencers.

PR / Influencer Coordinator Requirements
- Experience using Workfront highly preferred
- Super organized and thrives in a fast-paced environment

PR / Influencer Coordinator Responsibilities
• Assist with media requests, interviews and speaking opportunities
• Work cross-functionally to gather information for press releases, fact sheets and overall messaging
• Assist with PR and Influencer mailings, seeding, product requests
• Track and manage assets for PR use
• Assist with LinkedIn posts
• Develop and stay on top of influencer timelines for new projects, campaigns and communications
• Help liaise influencer requests internally between channel partners
• Create foundational materials for influencers such as creative briefs, SKU lists, and pitches
• Proactively add value to process on a team focusing on influencer, content and PR

Submit resume (and samples if applicable) to: amy.knigge@jobalert.creativecircle.com


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