Saturday, July 11, 2009

617 & 857

For your Saturday detour, we poke around to see what sorts of public affairs and communications jobs are available in Boston and nearby Massachusetts towns & burgs. Not interested in New England life? Forward it along and help out your old college pal who hates her current low-paying gig (and housemates) in Brookline – or, better yet, help send the insufferable Sox/Pats/Celts enthusiast in the next cubicle back to Cambridge.*

Belmont Hill SchoolAssistant Director of Communications

Boston University:
Cone PR:
Dana Farber Cancer Institute – search using job ID or scroll back
Family Equality Council:
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston – view all to find or use job req ID:
Fleishman-Hillard Inc.Managing Supervisor, Corporate Communications

Framingham State CollegeAssociate Director, Advancement/Grant Writer – $55k-$65k

Harvard University:
Iron MountainCommunications Manager – search job code 45737 or Boston location

Management Sciences for Health:
MassDevelopmentCommunications Director

Museum of Science:
Mystery PR firmAccount Supervisor – $65k-$80k

PAN CommunicationsAssociate

TripAdvisor – search by location or job number
UMass Memorial Medical Center:
Unknown start-up online media operationAssociate Editor

* We have nothing against insufferable Sox/Pats/Celts enthusiasts - in fact, some of our best friends fit that category. We need to make some new friends.


Anonymous said...


I really admire and appreciate what you are doing for PR professionals in aiding with job searches and other information provided on here. I think its great that you are able to compile a good list of jobs daily for us to plough through. Now, I'd like to know if you ever get jobs or have leads to PR/Media/Communication Jobs in the Entertainment/Fashion or Lifestyle Industry? It seems like majority of the jobs here are govt., nonprofit, universities, industry and other sectors, so I thought I ask if you get jobs in the industry that I mentioned above. Either way, thanks for your time and effort in pulling all these jobs together, its a great resource!

Gordon Barnes said...

Hey Anon - thanks for the kind words. I'll keep an eye peeled for the entertainment/fashion side of PR and try to include an occasional entry - however, the focus here is likely going to stay on the public affairs-related side of the PR world. It just seems like that is more of what folks are going to find in the DC area.

Also - you might have better luck asking Miss A about this - it seems more on her beat: - she seems plugged into fashion, of course, and she also sponsors some regular employment networking events.

Anonymous said...

Gordon-- Thank you very much for your reply. The information in its own is very invaluable. keep up the good work!