Public Relations Specialist - integrated Metrowest agency

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Calling all Metrowest Public Relations Specialists! If you have public relations agency experience and want to work for an established (and growing) agency where you can work on a range of clients (from consumer to medical IT to b2b technology and others) read on.

The PR Specialist will report to the head of the agency's communications practice and essentially serves as her right hand. This person will take charge of a significant amount of media outreach and will lead the charge in creating content for the group. And there's a whopping amount of social media, too.

This is an ideal job for someone who is considering leaving agency life. (Yes, you read that correctly!). Here's why:
You'll be doing PR at an integrated communications shop (you'll learn a ton!). It's a chance to expand beyond traditional communications and see how PR fits into the entire communications and marketing mix.
For now, there are just two in PR. You will work directly with the head of the practice and be exposed to much more than you would elsewhere. And they are rapidly growing their communications capability.
You will work on a range of clients - consumer, health IT, b2b tech and more.
You will work on global, national, regional and local accounts.
You will have regular contact with the firm's most important clients.
From strategy to tactical execution, you'll do it all, from start to finish.
You will never be bored. Ever.

Three-plus years of PR agency experience
Has worked with a range of clients, especially b2b tech clients
Exemplary communications skills - strong writer, can make a solid presentation to clients and internal audiences; clear, concise and convincing verbal abilities
Ready, willing and able to work directly with clients
Organized and able to multi-task
Confident and skilled in pitching stories to the media
You find solutions to problems and make things happen
Have used social media on behalf of your clients and are passionate about using various social marketing tools to engage and communicate with media and key stakeholders
Bachelor's degree

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