Goff Public, a leading public relations and government relations firm based in Saint Paul, is seeking an Account Executive with five years of experience in public relations and/or journalism. Applicants must be ready to contribute to a fast-paced agency and provide the highest-quality client service. The ideal candidate for this position will possess the following skills and traits.
– Creative, persuasive and succinct writer
– Proven track record of pitching stories to the media
– Thoughtful strategist
– Creative thinker
– Adept question-asker
– Accomplished social media strategist
– Proficient project manager
– Strong attention to detail
– Sound judgment
– Team player
– Good listener
– Enjoys working on a diverse range of projects
Additional skills that are preferred include graphic design, presentation design, video production, and website development.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and two work samples to Sue Kuncio at email@example.com by July 31, 2017.
Based in Saint Paul’s popular Lowertown neighborhood, Goff Public’s company culture is built on teamwork, innovation and creativity. Goff Public has been in business since 1966 and consistently wins “best places to work” awards.
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