John Doe New York is looking to add a full-time PR intern to its team. Internship starts immediately.
We are looking for a stand out Intern to join our New York team. We’re fast paced, super organized and forward thinking. We are looking for a motivated team player who is a highly organized self-starter with a strong interest in learning the ropes of lifestyle and culture PR. Ability to think and act fast is essential.
- Manage office administration
- Clip and track press
- Assist with client research
- Event assistance and preparation
- Coordinate travel and transportation
- Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Public Relations, Journalism, English, Marketing, or a related field
- Excellent writing skills
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
- Ability to be a team player
- Excellent presentation
- Previous PR Internship experience is preferred
To apply, please send your resume to Internship@johndoehub.com.
About John Doe (JD):
John Doe was founded in April 2009 by Rana Reeves, who wanted to create a new style, brand & cultural PR agency taking Rana’s learning from previous agencies and campaigns. The aim of the agency is simple: To be the hottest and most connected – we let our work do the talking in that respect.
The agency prides itself on being super connected and its ability to link brands into the worlds of popular & contemporary culture in true partnership rather than corporate badging – by celebrating and creating a ‘culture of other.'
The central proposition for the agency is to offer a more fluid ‘bespoke’ approach to resourcing client needs, rather than the ‘one size fits all’ approach. We have a core engine room of talent and then build a team of experts around individual client needs. We specialize in marrying brands into popular & contemporary media culture through this into the mainstream. The agency is equally at home talking to Dazed & Confused, Huffington Post, The Sun & New York Times and importantly marrying our brands' messaging to all simultaneously.
We recognized a gap in the market; the larger established agencies have the structure but lack the cultural creativity and connections and the smaller cultural players have the hunger but lack the organization and account management.... so we married the two.