Seven Letter specializes in strategic public affairs communications, brand and reputation management, digital community building and engagement, and crisis communications for corporate, nonprofit and industry advocacy clients. Seven Letter provides innovative strategic communications solutions to complex challenges for those looking to affect real change in today’s dynamic environment.
Voted a PR News Top Place to Work for the last three years, Seven Letter is dedicated to a collaborative and inclusive culture, generous benefits and a commitment to employee mentorship and advancement.
Seven Letter is hiring a Content Specialist to support a wide range of client accounts. The ideal candidate is someone who is comfortable in a fast-paced, collaborative work environment, consistently generates creative, strategic ideas to advance client goals, possesses strong written and oral skills, and can effectively manage multiple demanding projects simultaneously. The successful applicant must also be fearless with media outreach, detail oriented, experienced in the professional use of digital and social media, comfortable being in consistent direct communication with clients, and have a strong understanding of the media and political landscapes. All interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter via e-mail to [email protected] with “Content Specialist” in the subject line.
- At least one year of demonstrated hands-on experience in a communications role in an applicable environment: in-house, agency, political or advocacy campaign, or local, state or federal government;
- Skilled in media landscape and coverage analysis, crafting and executing media pitches, and interested in developing and maintaining strong relationships with key media contacts across multiple issues and outlets;
- Experienced in content development for the professional use of digital and social media channels. Basic web editing (WordPress, Wix) and graphic design skills encouraged; and
- Excellent track record developing and interest in creating high-quality written materials, including: Press materials (press lists, media advisories, press releases, etc.), social/traditional media coverage reports and research, fact sheets, talking points, PowerPoint presentations, letters to the editor and social media content.
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