Looking for a job in Public Relations in the Los Angeles area? Here are five of the best ones found on job search websites Monster and Indeed:
Public and Media Relations Specialist – Orbweb
Orbweb is a global software company with a million users and growing fast. The Public and Media Relations Specialist’s main responsibility connects Orbweb to consumers using groundbreaking PR campaigns.
Other responsibilities include writing compelling pitches, building key relationships with members of the media, consistently disseminating news, and branding products on an international level.
Public Relations Assistant – The Vantage Co.
The Vantage is an investment advisory firm offering unique and diverse strategies to potential investors. Vantage puts together a “menu” of funds and portfolio models matching the client’s objectives for investment funds.
The Public Relations Assistant’s responsibilities include pitching PR ideas and helping with marketing campaigns.
Public Relations Manager – The Wonderful Company
The Wonderful Company is a 4 billion dollar global company branding and marketing fresh pistachios, almonds, citrus, and pomegranate. In addition, they bottle water and wine, and the company makes bouquets in a feel-good and wholesome brand.
The Manager of Public Relations’ responsibilities includes overseeing multiple brands including Teleflora, the world’s leading flower delivery service, and Wonderful Citrus, America’s largest citrus grower with products including Wonderful Halos and Wonderful Sweet Scarletts.
Other responsibilities include maximizing media visibility, providing strategic direction and vision, cultivating and developing creative PR ideas, and managing staff development.
Public Relations Manager – Maker Studios
Maker Studios is an affiliate with Disney in Los Angeles and establishes a worldwide network of YouTube creators through meaningful branding and marketing.
The PR Manager’s main responsibility drives press awareness and strategy for brand-owned channels and talent relationships in support of Maker Studios initiatives.
The Manager is responsible for securing media, publicity and event opportunities for an extensive network of top lifestyle and entertainment talent within the digital ecosystem.
Other responsibilities include media prepping, and supporting talent on-site at red carpet events, appearances, and photo shoots where needed; pitching and securing editor meet-n-greets, story mentions, and feature interviews for talent.
Communications / PR Manager – Turtle Entertainment
Turtle Entertainment is the creator of esports, a way to view gaming that’s taken off as a phenomenon in European companies, particularly Germany. They create events and sponsor partnerships between companies.
The Communications / PR Manager’s responsibility include reviewing marketing communication language, timing, and consistency.
Other responsibilities include growing, building, and managing the social media and community management teams. Also needed is driving the vision and strategy for the global communications program by partnering with teams like business development, product management, executives, and league operations.