STORYTELLER WANTED: ACCOUNT COORDINATOR
WordWrite is seeking a talented, early-career public relations team member who can handle day-to-day account needs at the direction of account leaders.
Our account coordinators are key members of the WordWrite team, executing public relations campaigns and working closely with clients alongside senior staffers and executives. The ideal candidate will have strong written, verbal and organizational skills with a baseline understanding of how a PR agency works. As client account duties can change daily, prospective candidates should also be able to adapt quickly to new situations. In addition to general client responsibilities, they will have a key team role in developing and extending WordWrite’s proprietary storytelling brand using a variety of PR, social media and inbound marketing tactics.
This is an opportunity to remake public relations — and have fun doing it.
- Assist with agency initiatives to develop PR, inbound, social media and other services, processes, systems, etc.
- Work with account leads to manage day-to-day client programs.
- Help team members draft content for ongoing client needs, including PR materials, social posts, blog posts, articles, email blasts, content calendars, etc.
- Participate in appropriate strategic initiatives to benefit WordWrite and our team members.
- Develop internal programs to further promote the WordWrite brand to external audiences — including but not limited to drafting social media content calendars, blog posts, creating marketing materials and devising PR strategies.
- Participate in professional development activities to expand industry knowledge and experience.
- Work with WordWrite leadership to map out a short- and long-term path for personal and professional growth and development as a member of the WordWrite team.
- Experience: Entry level, agency internship experience preferred
- Education: A four-year degree in Public Relations, English, Communications, Marketing or a related area of study
- Expected billability*: 65-75 percent, or five-six hours a day (*The amount of time executing work that can be billed back to a client.)