The Role

The rise of companies as change agents and world problem-solvers is one of the most influential shifts in corporate reputation in the last decade—and executive visibility has never been more essential. In our mission to help companies create change that matters, Golin provides holistic strategic thought leadership services to position executives and their companies as visionaries, influencers, and conveners of conversation.


The Golin New York Corporate practice is looking to add a self-starting, passionate and skilled Manager to one of its fastest-growing and most in-demand offerings on the Executive Visibility team. As Manager, Executive Visibility, you will be a core member of account teams executing thought leadership programs for a variety of high-profile clients in industries such as food & beverage, beauty/retail, and pet care. This includes coordinating executive speaking and media opportunities, developing briefing and messaging materials, authoring award submissions, and leading junior team members.


Foundational to this role is a passion for corporate and executive storytelling, experience pitching business media & coordinating speaking opportunities, and general knowledge of the social landscape. As a client counselor, you must be service-oriented, interpersonal, and flexible. As an agency professional, you must be fast paced, organized, strategic, and a great team player.


If you’re interested in creating the best work of your life on a high-performing team with tremendous growth opportunity – we want to hear from you!


What You’ll Do:

  • Execute executive visibility and thought leadership programs, with a focus on shepherding external speaking, media and award opportunities.
  • Research and vet visibility opportunities, providing smart and critically thinking counsel to the team and clients.
  • Develop briefing materials for secured speaking and media opportunities, to drive executive preparation and ensure messaging success.
  • Author exceptional award nominations to elevate client leaders and organizations.
  • Grow and cultivate relationships with key conveners of conversation at some of the world’s leading business conferences such as SXSW, CES, Cannes Festival of Creativity, Fast Company and beyond. Stay on top of developments in conferences, awards/rankings and executive visibility.
  • Serve as an integral member of the account team addressing the varied and changing needs of clients. Drive programs forward and set an example for junior team members (interns, associates and senior associates). Delegate responsibilities as appropriate and meet both internal and external deadlines under pressure.
  • Hold and set a high bar for smart and sound ideas, flawless execution of client programs and internal project management.
  • Provide counsel to help clients position their brand competitively or defending presence in a disrupted industry.
  • Collaborate with G4 team members (creative, planning and digital experts) to develop and execute integrated campaigns that can work cross-channel.
  • Stay on top of industry best practices, client and competitor brand activity, and ensure Golin delivers game-changing ideas and solutions.
  • Help build Golin’s competitive executive visibility offering, including network resources.

What You Have:

  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in PR, marketing communications, journalism or related field.
  • 3-5 years of corporate PR experience amassing growing responsibilities, with at least 2 years in a PR agency.
  • Exceptional communication skills, including written, verbal and presentation. You know how to craft a compelling storyline and sell ideas. You’ve contributed to winning award entries.
  • Proven ability to develop work that is client-ready with minimal oversight.
  • Experience managing budgets and resources.
  • A good understanding of client business to provide agency points of view and identify opportunities.
  • A collaborative spirit, results-driven mindset, and the capacity to manage multiple priorities against deadlines.
  • Excellent organizational and planning skills; able to work quickly under pressure, handling and prioritizing multiple assignments.
  • Knowledge of when and how to delegate – leadership skills.


What You Are:

  • Passionate & results-driven
  • Self-starting with a can-do attitude
  • Collaborative
  • Decisive
  • Pragmatic
  • Adaptable
  • Inspired & inspiring
  • Detail & solution-oriented
  • A dynamic communicator
  • Voracious reader of news & lover of culture
  • Unique and quirky in your own way

Who is Golin?

Golin is a global public relations agency that helps companies create change that matters. Together, we discover powerful human truths that bind us, create with bravery and collaborate inclusively and obsessively. Golin’s 1,700 global employees operate across 50+ offices worldwide, allowing us to provide our clients with comprehensive solutions for multi-market, regional and global communications programs. Golin was named PRovoke Media’s 2022 overall North America Agency of the Year; PRovoke Media’s 2022 and 2021 North America Large Agency of the Year; PRWeek’s 2021, 2020 and 2019 Global Agency of the Year; AMEC’s 2021, 2020 and 2019 Communications Research + Measurement Team of the Year; a 2021 Chicago Tribune Top Workplace and is the first-ever PR agency to be credited with “ideation,” when the firm took home Gold and Silver Lions at the 2019 Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity.

Why Work for Us?

We reward our employees for creating the best work of their lives, providing the following benefits that we highly encourage our employees to utilize:

  • Flexible, hybrid culture that encourages work/life balance, self-care and collaboration
  • Unlimited time off
  • Year-round Flexible Fridays
  • 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. Golin recruits qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, age, ethnic or national origin, protected veteran status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status or citizenship status.

Employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Therefore, if hired, candidates must present proof of vaccination before start date, unless eligible for a medical or religious accommodation.

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