Associate – Communications (Washington, DC)

BPI is a digitally based marketing and communications agency that wins hearts and changes minds for companies and causes. From consumers, to voters, to the media, we communicate without barriers and measure what matters. BPI specializes in public affairs, corporate reputation and social impact. A growing firm based in Washington, DC, New York, Chicago and San Francisco, BPI works alongside our clients to bring integrated communications and advertising campaigns to companies and organizations – from strategy to message to media relations to marketing.

We are looking for an Associate with strategic communications experience for our Washington, DC office. This person should understand the “big picture” for campaigns and other projects, but also know how to dig in and work alongside other team members to craft integrated campaigns from start to finish.

Responsibilities include:
• Writing and developing client-facing content for various platforms, including: op-eds, statements, talking points, strategic memos, blog posts and social media content
• Pitching and placing press stories and managing reporter relationships
• Interfacing with client day-to-day

An ideal candidate must have:
• 3-5 years of experience at an agency, government office, brand, cause or campaign working with communications and digital capabilities
• Ability be a proactive team player
• Ability to multitask for multiple clients at once, managing and executing multiple work streams
• Strong research skills and background

Preferred Qualifications
• Experience designing and executing a paid digital advertising campaign

Location: Washington, DC
Employee Status: Full-Time.
Salary: Compensation will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. Benefits: BPI offers a competitive benefits package including health care and 401k benefits

Submit resume and cover letter at jobs@bpimedia.com.

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