30 jobs in the PR and marketing world

If you’re a female communicator, take International Women’s Day—and your career—by the horns with this week’s featured job listings.

On International Women’s Day, Wall Street’s iconic charging bull might have met its match.

In a campaign to increase workplace diversity, one firm recently placed a bronze statue titled, “Fearless Girl” in front of the bull, staring the animal down.

CNBC reported:

Placing the diminutive, grade-school-aged girl in front of the massive bull on the eve of International Women’s Day was a way of calling attention to the lack of gender diversity on corporate boards and the pay gap of women working in financial services, a spokeswoman for State Street Global Advisors said.

“A lot of people talk about gender diversity, but we really felt we had to take it to a broader level,” said Anne McNally, whose firm is an investment management subsidiary o f State Street Corp.

State Street Global Advisors’ chief executive Ron O’Hanley said in a statement:

Today, we are calling on companies to take concrete steps to increase gender diversity on their boards, and have issued clear guidance to help them begin to take action.

Though we’ll have to wait and see whether it produces the desired effect on organizations, female PR and marketing pros can take motivation from the deed and get started on breaking through the glass ceiling themselves.

You can start with an opening in a tech organization: Dropbox is looking for an internal communications lead in its San Francisco headquarters.

Sharpen your storytelling skills if you want to apply: The position is responsible for executing how Dropbox “tells [its] key stories internally.” The organization is looking for an effort that will inspire and engage employees both in the United States and worldwide.

Candidates should have at least six years of experience in PR (with at least two years experience in internal communications), excellent writing skills and experience developing an organization’s brand, including implementing its messaging strategy.

Candidates should also be comfortable working directly with senior executives, as this position requires the person to work alongside the organization’s head of internal communications.

Not the job for you? See what else is in this week’s professional pickings:

Corporate communications writer—American College of Physicians(Pennsylvania)

PR associate—500 Startups (California)

Social media manager—Influenster (New York)

Marketing coordinator—Nestlé Nespresso (Canada)

Marketing specialist—Omaha Steaks (Nebraska)

Editor—Lerner Publishing Group (Minnesota)

Consumer brand marketing manager—The New York Times (New York)

Digital and social media manager—Western Digital (United Kingdom)

Marketing and PR assistant—CMX Austin (Texas)

Social media intern—Shinola (Michigan)

Marketing specialist—Dolby Laboratories (China)

PR senior associate, corporate communications —Ciena (Maryland)

Associate product marketing manager—Google (California)

Account executive—Ketchum (Illinois)

Marketing and PR assistant—MarketStorm Global (Florida)

PR and social media specialist—Bass Pro Shops-Wonders of WildlifeMuseum (Missouri)

Entry-level PR associate—Caster Communications (Rhode Island)

Marketing assistant—MAC Management Group (South Carolina)

Communications intern—eBay (United Kingdom)

PR account director—TorchLight Hire (Washington, D.C.)

Marketing and PR assistant—Red Crown (Maryland)

Junior marketing associate—Standard Marketing Events (Washington)

VP, public affairs and communications—The Coca-Cola Company (Canada)

PR communications associate—Peak Enterprises (Georgia)

Senior social media specialist—Sallie Mae (Delaware)

Editor—Meredith Xcelerated Marketing (Iowa)

Marketing specialist—Insight (Arizona)

Community marketing manager—Dick’s Sporting Goods (California)

Account executive—Scoppechio (Kentucky)

Do you have a job you’d like to see included in PR Daily’s featured jobs listing? Please email me or tweet me a link to the position: @bekiweki.

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