Company: Hornercom Inc.
Job Description: If you have 10 years or so of PR and marcom experience and are looking for a change of scenery, our Montgomery County public relations and marketing communications firm might be just the thing. Please have some agency experience—working at or with. Hornercom is ranked annually by the Philadelphia Business Journal as one of the area’s top PR firms.
And please be delightful, good company. The sound of laughter down the hall is music to our ears.
We’ve chosen this crazy business, so let’s enjoy it.
But don’t be misled by our quaint, 107-year-old headquarters (the original Harleysville National Bank building). We are cozy and comfortable, but savvy and strategic. We’ve been awarded nine Anvils from the Public Relations Society of America and innumerable Pepperpots from PRSA/Philly, including “Best in Show” for 2015. We take quality, creativity, service and results very seriously.
We think our clients and our work on their behalf are a very big deal. We promote and preserve their businesses daily. Our firm is 24 years old; our clients have been with us a very long time; and our staff is intentionally about a dozen folks.
So, if you’re even slightly relaxed about high standards, let’s not. However, if you’re someone who loves delivering more than what’s asked, on time, every time … maybe we should talk. If you like working with national, regional and specialty brands, media of all kinds, managing multiple PR and marcom assignments in a deadline-sensitive environment, coordinating in-house teams and outsourced vendor partners, inventing new opportunities for our clients to succeed and win, embrace Franklin Covey (or even know what that means) … then, where have you been all our lives?
You might just love it here. We wear shorts in the summer, consume media incessantly, engage reporters frequently, have an in-house graphic design team, push ourselves hard, watch Game of Thrones, write thoughtfully, edit concisely, wage crockpot wars, pay reasonably well, plan and act strategically always, travel occasionally, offer a kickback workspace, live by The Associated Press Stylebook, care deeply about quality of life, provide breakfast every Monday morning (unless it’s your turn to bring), and support the heck out of our clients and each other.
How to Apply: Please send pitch email, resume and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look at every resume sent and will be scheduling interviews throughout July with a start date sometime in August.