Public Relations Consultant

Jul 11, 2013
Aug 10, 2013
Jennifer Cody
Calysto Communications, a boutique public relations agency with a focus on mobile & telecom, is looking for seasoned PR practitioners - preferably in a consulting capacity. Candidates must be experienced PR professionals with more than 10 years of experience. Technical, B2B PR experiences is required and mobile, wireless & telecom experience is important. We offer flexibility in your schedule with challenging and stimulating client work. (Those who have their own consultancy that they are looking to supplement are welcome.)

We need you to be a strategic thinker who is not afraid to jump in and write content, conduct social media, pitch media/analysts or manage PR strategy when necessary. You will be given one or two accounts to manage on your own time, including strategic planning, ideation and media relations. You've had PR agency experience and are a multi-tasker with a healthy respect for deadlines and client demands. You also like to travel.

You have PR agency experience and a proven track record of how strategies and/or you've have gained industry exposure and developed relationships with analysts. Your leadership, interpersonal and communications skills are worth writing home about. Managing budgets is not a problem for you and you understand how to up-sell your clients on opportunistic initiatives.

Our urgent needs are for San Francisco and Atlanta based candidates, however, we are also searching for qualified candidates nationally and internationally.

To apply, please submit your resume to:

You must be able to answer YES to the following questions
1.Do you have at least 8 years of PR experience in one or more of the following industries: telecom/wireless/broadcasting & cable?
2.Do you have experience as an Account Lead?
3.Do you have experience in Media Relations?
4.Do you have Agency experience?

If you answered YES to all of the questions above, please send us a list of the companies you have represented and worked with in the telecommunications industry specifically?