Apply for the PR Director position

PR Director Application

Thank you for your interest in working with us! We are eager to learn about your unique skill set and the experience you can bring to the role. Completing this form will help us see what sets you apart.

We want to learn about you, and this form will help us have a better understanding of your skills and experience.

Before applying, please read the full job description here. Should you have any questions during the application process, feel free to send us an email. We kindly ask that you apply for this role by filling out this form in its entirety and attaching your resume and writing samples within the form. Please do not apply via email. Only applications received through this form will be considered.

Name(Required)
Please describe a situation where you've provided appropriate and timely strategic public relations counsel and the resulting outcome.
Tell us about a time that you've tried to overcome a challenge to achieve goals or exceed expectations but the result wasn’t ideal.
How would you describe your leadership style?(Required)
Please check all that apply.
Years of experience working at a PR agency(Required)
This position requires a minimum of 10 years of experience working in public relations, communications or journalism, preferably including significant experience with a PR agency.
Do you have experience in leading high-performing teams?(Required)
Are you fluent in Spanish?(Required)
Fluency in Spanish is not required, but it is preferred.
Do you hold a special certification or advanced degree?(Required)
Certifications and/or advanced degrees are not required, but preferred.

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Where is home base for you?(Required)
This is a full-time, fully virtual position. However, candidates who live in the Tampa Bay region, in Central Florida or along Florida’s Gulf Coast are preferred.
How did you hear about the position?

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