Fellow, Corporate Advisory

Corporate Advisory Washington D.C., District Of Columbia


Description

Position at Hill+Knowlton Strategies

Hill+Knowlton Strategies is seeking a Fellow to support the Corporate Advisory Practice in our dynamic Washington, DC office for immediate start. This is a formal fellowship designed to help further develop essential PR, strategic planning, research and media relations skills. Our ideal candidate is a highly motivated and a skillful writer who can manage deadlines while still creating quality work. We’re looking for a solution-oriented team player with a positive attitude and a proactive approach.

Responsibilities:

  • Support H+K’s largest consumer account, working directly with the VP (focused on citizenship activities across media, influencer and executive programs)
  • Manage billing and account admin functions including expense sheets and team organization
  • Participate and provide detailed client notes/action items from meetings
  • Help to manage workflow and status updates delivered to the client
  • Engage in tactical PR activities such as media outreach, social media monitoring, crisis management, and more

Qualifications:

  • Undergraduate degree
  • Background in business/PR and desire to expand media/related skill-sets
  • Extremely detailed oriented with strong organizational and leadership skills
  • Quick study and great interpersonal skills
  • Strong research skills with the ability to analyze and summarize findings
  • Excellent writer with knowledge of AP style guidelines
  • Self-starter who is eager to learn and jump in on multiple projects
  • Organized, poised, personable team player able to think on your feet
  • Energetic problem solver with excellent multitasking skills

Compensation:  $15/hour

Benefits:  Access to a medical plan, fitness and commuter reimbursement options and 401k enrollment.

Duration:  We require full-time availability for 6 months.

Application Instructions:  If you meet the above qualifications, please send your resume and cover letter with availability date. If there is an opportunity to interview, a member of the talent acquisition team will be in contact with you. Due to the large number of applicants we receive, we ask that you please do not call the office or follow up on the status of your application. Thank you for your interest in H+K Strategies and we hope to connect with you soon.


About Hill+Knowlton Strategies

Hill+Knowlton Strategies has been at the forefront of strategic communications since 1927. Today, our team of trusted advisors and creative experts work across 13 offices in the United States, in disciplines including corporate, crisis, consumer marketing, technology, healthcare, content marketing, digital communications as well as public affairs and financial communications. Our commitments to our people and to fostering a culture of work-life blend have led to the firm earning the prestigious Work-Life Seal of Distinction, an award for the Most Innovative Agency Initiative, and being named among the Top Places to Work in PR and the Organizations of the Year for gender diversity. Headquartered in New York City, Hill+Knowlton Strategies Inc., has more than 80 offices in 50 countries as well as an extensive associate network. Because of our footprint and breadth of expertise, we can seamlessly partner with clients locally, regionally and around the world to solve business challenges with impact.

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