Would you rather make the news or read it?

Tired of working on repetitive, mindless public relations tasks that have little to do with why you got into public relations in the first place? Want to be part of the solution in remaking the public relations business completely so that it's better for clients – and you?

WordWrite Communications is remaking public relations by focusing on storytelling – the ageless, powerful concept that drives all great communications. WordWrite is rolling out a new way of delivering public relations success that will create a new standard for public relations agencies. We need savvy storytellers who understand 21st century communications tools – and the ageless power of storytelling. We need public relations pros who have learned the basics and are ready to step up and put their skills to use in directly changing the public relations agency business for the better.

Do you have a track record of adapting to the significant change in our rapidly evolving and changing industry? Are you a strong writer and media relations pro who's mastered online tools, media lists and pitching? Are you dying to put more of your 21st century PR skills to use? As an account executive at WordWrite Communications, you'll make use of everything you've learned and have the opportunity to learn every day.

At WordWrite, you'll make the changes in daily public relations tasks that make them better for you and for your clients as you help shape storytelling, the new model for public relations success. After a year, you'll be ready to step up and teach storytelling to those you'll supervise, while contributing directly to new industry thinking that advances your career.

If you're ready to remake public relations, WordWrite Communications is ready to help you write your story. Send an e-mail explaining why you're right for the role, along with a resume, for immediate consideration.

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