Senior Manager, Public Relations

Senior Manager, Public Relations

The Company

Recognized and established thought leader and trusted advisor with a global focus offering innovative technology solutions and emerging digital products and programs to the professional services industry.

The Position – Senior Manager, Public Relations

This position supports a remote work arrangement preferably in the Eastern Time Zone.
The Senior Public Relations Manager will be an experienced professional who has worked in a business-to-business/professional services/client-side environment. The Senior Manager will support the promotion of the organization’s image and reputation among target audiences including customers, prospects, media, influencers, technology partners and other stakeholders.

The Senior Public Relations Manager is responsible for developing and implementing the company’s public relations strategy; create and develop content that supports outbound engagement including press releases, media advisories, articles, blogs, social media, etc. and coordinate the work with a social media manager (a direct report).

 
Position: Senior Manager, Public Relations
Reference: 7002
Reports to: Director, PR and Communications
Compensation: Commensurate with experience
Location: Remote

Key Job Responsibilities

  • Develop public relations strategy in consultation with Director of Corporate Communications
  • Conceptualize and draft byline articles and related content for media placements
  • Lead proactive PR announcements and launches
  • Draft and develop press releases, articles, blogs, videos, social posts, infographics and other content that supports outbound engagement
 
For more information, please contact:

Lynda Liner
203-750-8838 x103
lliner@victoriajames.com

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