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Global PR Director

Possible    posted about 4 years ago

FullTime | Seattle, WA


With over 1300 people across the globe, POSSIBLE boasts some of the best creative minds on the planet. Using our global insight to drive brilliant ideas, our process always arrives at the same question: Does it Work? Because it’s not enough to make consumers care; at POSSIBLE, we make them care enough to change their behavior. WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR The PR Director could sit in Seattle, Portland, or New York and is responsible for overseeing development and implementation of all communications and PR supporting POSSIBLE’s priorities and strategies. Reporting to the Chief Brand Officer, the PR Director works very closely with the executive team, creating and managing POSSIBLE’s PR activity across all channels, including trade publications and social. They are also responsible for managing our presence at major industry events and award shows. HOW TO GET OUR ATTENTION Minimum of seven years of experience as a PR lead inside a large agency, interactive business or from an editorial background Proven results with highly strategic corporate marketing, events and PR initiatives Demonstrated initiative, solid judgment and creativity Strong presentation skills Excellent written and verbal communications skills Experience with executive communications WHAT YOU’LL DO Manage worldwide public relations, goal setting, PR strategy, measurement, reviews and overall budget Develop a speakers’ bureau and speaker placement strategy for events globally to increase POSSIBLE’s industry presence and thought leadership Oversee all external communications, messaging and outwardly facing content including POSSIBLE’s social channels Build and manage a team to drive key initiatives, which may include social, PR agencies and events managers WHY US? In addition to our competitive benefits package, we offer our employees a unique social environment with many opportunities to collaborate globally.
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