30 jobs in the PR and marketing world

What are the best organizations to work for in 2018? Find out, and then browse our roundup of current job openings.

“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life,” as the saying goes.

Unfortunately, for many, this is a pipe dream.

Many factors go into achieving a happy, healthy and fruitful career. Potential employees consider an organization’s diversity and inclusion efforts, overall culture, benefits programs, career advancement opportunities, paid leave or perks offered.

Fortune , in partnership with Great Place to Work, recently released its 21st annual list of the “100 best companies to work for.” It recognizes organizations offering amazing career opportunities in an environment that is equally great.

Fortune describes how the list is compiled:

Our list surveys millions of employees in more than 50 countries to better understand why people love their work and workplaces. It audits companies’ benefits and people programs and ensures that every demographic group in an organization rates them with high scores. And it grades companies on six components: values, innovation, financial growth, leadership effectiveness, maximizing human potential, and trust.

Salesforce topped this year’s list. Known for its “Ohana” (which is Hawaiian for “family”) mentality, it reached No. 1 for the first time. Among the many factors that earned Salesforce the designation were paying a total of $5.5 million to employees who referred new hires and offering 56 paid hours annually for employees to volunteer.

Here are the top 10 organizations on the list:

  1. Salesforce
  2. Wegmans Food Markets
  3. Ultimate Software
  4. The Boston Consulting Group
  5. Edward Jones
  6. Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants
  7. Workday
  8. Genentech
  9. Hyatt
  10. Kimley-Horn

See the full list here.

Looking to work for one of the organizations topping this year’s list? You’re in luck. Here are a few choice positions:

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

Senior account manager – real estate PR—Lynn Hazan & Associates (Illinois)

Account coordinator—Action Mary (Washington)

Senior coordinator, email marketing—Youth Villages (Tennessee)

Account manager—Muck Rack (New York)

Communications representative—Jackson EMC (Georgia)

Senior public relations coordinator—Youth Villages (Tennessee)

Senior editor, Bon Appétit—Condé Nast (New York)

Public relations manager—UPS (California)

Marketing manager—University of Michigan (Michigan)

Public relations coordinator—New York & Company (New York)

Marketing management specialist—Nationwide (Ohio)

Government relations specialist—York University (Canada)

Public relations assistant—Shriners Hospitals for Children (Texas)

Marketing and communications specialist—United Way Worldwide (Oregon)

Director, brand and marketing communications—Bridgestone (Tennessee)

Global PR events and planning officer—Jaguar Land Rover (United Kingdom)

Communications and marketing manager—Indiana University Bloomington (Indiana)

Senior marketing manager—MGMA (Colorado)

Marketing project manager—SAS (North Carolina)

Public affairs specialist—FDA (Maryland)

Marketing manager—Aramark (Alabama)

Manager, global communications and public relations—Tupperware Brands (Florida)

Marketing specialist—Amazon (Canada)

Public relations manager—Animal Welfare Institute (Washington, D.C.)

Creative marketing intern—Booz Allen Hamilton (Virginia)

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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