If you’re a PR guru with a love of science, listen up. National Geographic is looking for a director of communications to create communication strategies for its kids franchises, interactive publishing division and other internal sectors.
The company is on the hunt for a versatile individual, who can develop both traditional and non-traditional media strategies. This includes everything from a well-written press release to an out-of-the-box social media initiative. He or she should also be able to execute plans in order to help achieve specific goals and land top-level media placements.
To be considered, you should have at least eight years of communications experience in a managerial position. You should have enviable contacts and be able to place stories in national and local consumer media outlets. Naturally, excellent written and oral communications skills are must-haves, and excellent news judgment is most desirable. Interested? Apply here.
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