About Golin

We are a global public relations agency poised and staffing for the needs of today. Through our 60+ year history we have redefined the role of PR with best-in-class creative that has earned worldwide attention and awards. Representing some of the biggest Fortune One brands, we offer a suite of services from content creation and production, diversity equity & inclusion strategy, influencer marketing, corporate strategy, and public affairs to name a few. To learn more about Golin visit: golin.com.

Why Work for Us? 

We are a global agency run by 1,600 diverse, bright and eager individuals collaborating in more than 40 cities around the globe. Some in offices, some working remotely. But regardless of our geographies, our passion for collaboration is the #1 reason clients and colleagues enjoy working with us. 

This love for working together isn’t new for us… It started 60 years ago when our founder insisted that personal egos be set aside for the greater good of the agency. Because he knew great work starts with inspired teamwork. Our love for working together is how we get clients and colleagues to work with us and stay with us for decades. And how we launch brands, build careers, win awards and make everlasting friendships. 

We are ready to Go All In for you… 

Because we promise together, we will make the best work of our lives and create change that matters. If that sounds like something you could wake up every morning to help with, then read on.

What You'll Do:

Each day will be dynamic and full of strategic decisions, constantly changing priorities and creative discovery. You will be accountable to:

  • Serve as a creative, analytical mind on the team to provide strategic recommendations for developing and improving earned media campaigns
  • Use web and social media analytics platforms to measure campaign success and provide data-backed recommendations for optimization
  • Use Excel to the max, analyzing media coverage for trends and patterns that inform recommended actions
  • Serve as a data journalist by uncovering strategic findings and insights using a range of digital analytics techniques, such as social listening, to help support business objectives, advance storytelling, and drive engagement
  • Work closely with senior manager to compile, synthesize and analyze data sets. As well as, assisting with report creation and presenting to the client.
  • Understand client background and needs, including general business strategy, industry issues, products and services, key customers and competitors in the marketplace
  • Understand social channels and identify emerging opportunities for a diverse client set

What you have:

  • Coursework in some form of marketing analysis, journalism, PR, mathematics, statistics and/or social science is preferred
  • Basic understanding of principles of communications, digital marketing, and news media
  • Strong verbal and written communication, organizational and time-management
  • Experience working with or interest in data visualization tools and creative ways to display information
  • Keen eye for data trends and the ability to investigate and articulate factors that may account for these trends
  • Show enthusiasm, passion and curiosity about earned/digital/social media analytics
  • Possess critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Know how to prioritize and be adaptive to change
  • Be highly motivated and eager to learn 

Requirements:

  • You must have your Bachelor’s degree
  • 0-2 years experience
  • You must have knowledge and be comfortable working in Microsoft Office tools, specifically Excel. You must know what a Pivot Table is and know how to use it.

 

GOLIN PERKS: 

To thank our employees for Golin, offers the following perks we strongly urge our employees to utilize: 

  • Unlimited time off 
  • Extended Leave 
  • Monthly wellness stipend 
  • Tuition reimbursement 
  • 401K matching program 
  • Training and career pathing 
  • Community service opportunities 

 

Golin is proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability or protected veteran status. 

Employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (i.e., at least 2 weeks after last dose). Therefore, if hired, candidates must present proof of vaccination before start date. Candidates may request an accommodation due to disability, sincerely held religious belief or exception required under applicable law.

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