Looking for a job in Public Relations in the New York City area? Here are five of the best ones found on Monster, Indeed, and Career Seekers:
Assistant Director for City Affairs – UJA-Federation of New York
The United Jewish Appeal Federation is looking for an Assistant Director for City Affairs to act as the liaison between UJA-Federation and the city of New York.
The Assistant Director’s main objective focuses on strategizing ways to advance the mission of the UJA-Federation in accordance with plans in the city.
Working with the Director, the Assistant oversees the entire portfolio of New York-based agencies on the following services: early childhood education, youth, adult literacy, workforce development, immigration, aging, health, mental health, and capital funding.
Other responsibilities include attending City Council meetings, working with associated network agencies, and, in general, advocacy on behalf of the UJA-Federation.
Junior Business Associate – Executive Touch
Executive Touch is a British Sales and Marketing company expanding to New York specializing in a personalized form of direct marketing and communicating campaigns to a wide audience.
Based in Manhattan, the Junior Business Associate comes in as an entry level position with room to grow. Executive Touch experiences considerable growth since their inception in 2009, expanding first through Poland and other parts of Europe, and now moving into America.
The responsibilities of a Junior Business Associate include prospecting new clients, leading a sales team, and assisting with sales training and development.
Public Relations Coordinator – Swimwear Anywhere
Swimwear Anywhere is a premiere swimwear design and manufacturing company with an extensive portfolio of licenses and brands.
Companies in the portfolio include Coco Reef, Coco Rave, Beach House, Beach House Sport, Roxanne, and Gabar. Among its licensed brands, you’ll find Michael Kors, DKNY, Kate Spade New York, Tommy Hilfiger, Proenza Schouler, Vince Camuto and Carmen Marc Valvo.
Responsibilities for the Public Relations Coordinator include pitching PR ideas and campaigns and assisting with the execution of branding initiatives in the press.
Communications Specialist – Unicef
Unicef is a non-profit organization dedicated to making a lasting difference for children. For 60 years, Unicef hit the ground in 190 countries and territories promoting children’s survival, protection, and development. The organization receives funds entirely by voluntary contributions of individuals, businesses, foundations, and governments.
The Communication Specialist’s responsibilities include advocating and developing an overall message framework for Unicef’s goals and working with technical colleagues in other divisions to identify gaps in communication with that message.
Marketing and Public Relations Associate – Synergy
Synergy is a growing promotional marketing company specializing in advertising and branding. They’re based out of the Bronx.
Synergy has a rapidly expanding PR & Marketing Communication department, and the Marketing and Public Relations Associate is an entry level position with lots of room for advancement. Responsibilities include acting as liaison between prospective New York business and marketing customers and Synergy’s clients.
On a management level, Synergy acts as advisory agent to marketing firms within the organization and prepares recently-promoted Managing Partners to oversee new markets and campaigns.