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Saturday, March 13, 2010

PR Job Pages

Here is a collection of job/career links for public relations and communications firms with a DC-area presence, which we've assembled to keep you happy between our regular PR jobs special editions

PLEASE NOTE: this page has not been comprehensively updated in quite some time, so many of these companies have changed their career page links (or removed job/career info entirely). So, you may have to do some additional clicking and searching for some of these firms until we get around to an overhaul.

Abel Communications – Baltimore, MD
Adfero Group
APCO Worldwide

Bonnie Heneson Communications – Baltimore, MD (they usually post opportunities on news page)
Borenstein Group
Brand Bureau
Brodeur Partners
Brotman Winter Fried
Brunner Digital
Burness Communications
Burson-Marsteller

Chandler Chico Agency
Charles Ryan & Associates – Richmond, Va. + Charleston/Morgantown, WV
Chlopak Leonard Schecter & Associates
Collaborative Communications Group
Communicad
CorpComm – Fredericksburg, Va.
Crosby~Volmer International Communications
CRT/tanaka

DBC PR + New Media – see join us tab
DCI Group
DDB Communications
DPR Group

Edelman
Environics Communications
Epic Media Relations
Equals Three Communications

FD Public Affairs
Fenton Communications
Fleishman-Hillard

Gibraltar Associates
Glover Park Group
GMYR
Golin Harris/Weber Shandwick
Gordon C. James PR
Griffin & Company

Hager Sharp
Hill & Knowlton

IMRE – Baltimore, MD

Janson Communications
Jones Public Affairs

Ketchum
KSA Plus Communications

Levick Strategic Communications

Lewis PR
LipmanHearne

Martin Agency – Richmond, Va.
McKinney & Associates
Merritt Group
MMG – healthcare/patient recruiting communications
M+R Strategic Services
MS&L
MWW Group

New Media Strategies
NPJ Advertising & PR

Octagon Sports Marketing
Ogilvy PR
O’Keefee & Company
Omnicom
OMP Direct
Outreach Process Partners

PBN Company
Pinkston Group
Political Media
Porter-Novelli
Potomac Group Communications
Powell Tate
ProActive Communications
Profiles, Inc. – Baltimore, MD

Qorvis Communications

Rendon Group

RH Strategic
RMR & Associates
Rock Creek Strategic Marketing
Ruder Finn

Sage Communications/JDG
Scott Circle Communications
Smith & Harroff
SpeakerBox PR
Spectrum Communications
Spitfire Strategies
Stokefire
Strauss Radio Strategies
SunStar
Susan Davis International

Tempus Group
Turner Strategies

Van Eperan & Company
Vanguard Communications
Virilion
Vitamin PR – Baltimore, MD

Waggener Edstrom
Warchawski – Baltimore, MD
WCG Company
Widmeyer Communications
WPP

Xenophon Strategies

zcomm
Zeno Group

updated Dec. 2011

1 comment:

National Women's Law Center said...

Director of Online Communications

The National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) seeks a Director of Online Communications to lead, coordinate and help execute online communications, including the NWLC website, micro-sites, email communications and online marketing to raise visibility for NWLC and engage supporters to help improve policies that affect women and their families. This new position comes at a key moment for the organization, which will launch its new website in July and seeks to grow its online community and presence.

The Director of Online Communications will bring a broad understanding of online communications, marketing and fundraising to advance the goals of the National Women’s Law Center. The Director is responsible for setting the organization’s overall online strategy, developing the email calendar, growing the number of online supporters and engaging them in advocacy, overseeing and executing the online fundraising strategy, directing website content, and monitoring online analytics. The Director also will have a “hands-on” role in many aspects of NWLC’s online work, such as writing emails, editing website content and handling technical aspects of NWLC’s online presence. The Director will supervise the Online Outreach Associate and will work closely with the Director of Outreach and the five-member Outreach team to develop and execute the online strategy. This position reports to the Vice President of Communications.
The Director’s responsibilities include:
• Directing the content and technical aspects of NWLC’s website, using Drupal.

• Planning online communications with NWLC supporters such as newsletters and action alerts.
• Overseeing growth of NWLC’s online community including on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter.

• Directing online advertising, including Google adwords.

• Developing and executing an online fundraising plan, in consultation with the Vice President of Development.

• Developing and implementing best practices for NWLC’s online work.

• Monitoring site traffic and email analytics.

• Liaising with online vendors, including Convio, NWLC’s e-CRM.

• Determining technical solutions to web development needs.

• Supervising the Online Outreach Associate.

• Working with the Vice President of Communications to ensure that online strategies integrate and support NWLC's overall communications strategies and are consistent with messaging and branding.

• Other duties as assigned by the Vice President of Communications.


Qualifications

• 10+ years of experience in managing websites, online advocacy campaigns, marketing and/or fundraising, communications or related professional experience.
• A proven track record of strategic thinking and creating new ways to campaign and communicate online.
• Experience with e-CRMs (such as Convio, GetActive, or Democracy in Action).
• Knowledge about production elements of the web such as HTML, Drupal (or similar CMSs), Raiser’s Edge (or similar databases), Photoshop, Google Analytics, Dreamweaver, and social networking tools (such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn).
• Experience with SEO.
• A thoughtful, analytical approach to managing complex tasks.
• The ability to work well with competing priorities, meet deadlines, and manage workflow processes involving multiple people.
• Experience working both collaboratively and independently and the ability to make quick decisions.
• Excellent written and verbal communications skills.
• A commitment to progressive women's issues.
• A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree.

Application
To apply, please submit a resume; three supervisory references; and a cover letter describing your professional background, including examples of results-oriented strategic thinking, experience using specific online tools, and salary requirements. Electronic submissions are preferred at humanresources@nwlc.org. Please include position title in the subject line. Applications accepted until positions are filled.