30 jobs in the PR and marketing world

When being interviewed for a potential job, you shouldn’t say certain things. Find out which phrases to avoid and what to offer instead. Then, check out our list of current openings.

30 PR jobs

Your polished résumé impressed the hiring manager for the job opening you’ve been hoping to land.

Congratulations.

Now, it’s on to the next phase: the interview.

Not only should you prepare for common questions that might be tossed your way, but you should think carefully about what phrases will come out of your mouth, especially if you want to knock the interview out of the park.

Saying the wrong thing could get you removed from the running—quickly.

To help you avoid costly slip-ups when speaking, Resume.io has created an infographic of “14 things you should ever say in a job interview (and what to say instead).”

For example, the graphic advises that interviewees should never say, “I hated my last company.”

Even if this is the reason you’re looking to leave your current position, it’s ill-advised to say it directly.

Instead, the infographic offers, you could say, “I learned a lot in my last job, but I’m looking for a company with a culture that fits me better.”

For more phrases to avoid during the interview process, check out the full infographic.

Do you wield a mighty pen and have your interview responses nailed down? CareerBuilder seeks a content writer in Chicago.

It summarizes the role:

The Content Writer on the CareerBuilder Creative team will help us develop new messaging about our products through integrated marketing campaigns, sales materials, internal communications and other channels. We’re looking for a talented B2B and B2C writer who has bookmarked the AP Stylebook website (and lives and breathes by its Twitter updates) and who can deliver high-quality, impactful messaging to our clients and prospects. Not everyone speaks HR, and we need you to be our translator.

Not the job for you? See what else we have in our weekly professional pickings:

Assistant dean of marketing and communications—University of California, Riverside (California)

Communications specialist—Textron Systems (Maryland)

Public relations manager—The Walt Disney Co. (California)

Account coordinator—5W Public Relations (New York)

Public relations vice president—Highwire PR (Massachusetts)

Brand communications manager—Nike (Australia)

Media relations specialist—NASA (Washington, D.C.)

Media relations coordinator—Ohio University (Ohio)

Communications director—RBC (Canada)

Editorial intern—Frommer Media (New York)

Internal communications manager—Penn National Gaming (Michigan)

Email marketing manager—The Fresh Market (North Carolina)

PR and communications executive—Publicis Groupe (United Kingdom)

Features editor—Rochester Post Bulletin (Minnesota)

Public communications coordinator—University of Southern California (California)

Corporate communications and PR manager—Tiffany & Co. (New York)

Creative strategist—Pinterest (Illinois)

Public affairs account director—Hill+Knowlton Strategies (Canada)

Public relations manager—New Belgium Brewing (Colorado)

Editor—Adams Publishing Group/Klamath Falls Herald and News (Oregon)

Senior marketing manager—KinderCare (Oregon)

Social media coordinator—Burberry (United Kingdom)

Consumer marketing and media director—YETI Coolers (Texas)

Integrated marketing communications manager—Butterball LLC (North Carolina)

Marketing and communications manager—University of Arizona (Arizona)

Project manager, public relations—ReviveHealth (Tennessee)

Senior public relations analyst—Pearson (Maryland)

PR coordinator—Bleacher Report (New York)

Media relations manager—Aurora Health Care (Wisconsin)

If you have a position you’d like to see highlighted in PR Daily’s weekly jobs post, or if you’re searching for career opportunities, RaganJobs.com is the perfect place to find or post high-quality job openings.  

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