Please note that this is an evergreen posting, not an active job opening. We are always on the lookout for great candidates for our entry level positions and applications will be reviewed as new opportunities arise.


PMK•BNC is always looking for great talent to add to our team. We are looking for self-starters with the ability to multi- task several moving parts and prioritize multiple running projects. Our ideal candidate will have excellent writing skills, a strong attention to detail, and be a great team player.

Who We Are: 
PMK•BNC is a strategic marketing and communications firm that specializes in Entertainment and popular culture. PMK•BNC represents many of the world’s most prominent actors, actresses, directors, films, production companies, television properties, musicians, authors and content creators, as well as leading consumer brands and prestigious special events. The firm employs a staff of more than 300 professionals spanning offices in Los Angeles, New York and London. PMK•BNC thrives on being ahead of the curve and works with their clients to create ideas that build engaged audiences and connect with consumers through popular culture. PMK•BNC is a part of Momentum Worldwide and McCann Worldgroup within Interpublic Group (NYSE: IPG).


Primary Responsibilities For Assistants:

  • Maintaining and coordinating busy schedules for Publicists and clients 
  • Answering Publicists' phones, rolling calls, taking messages
  • Providing administrative support including setting up conference calls, meetings, taking notes and other tasks as needed
  • Managing the Publicists' calendars
  • Booking travel arrangements and creating detailed travel itineraries (air, hotel & ground transportation) for clients and publicists
  • Monitoring press clippings for clients, track media impressions and ad values, and creating/maintaining coverage reports and grids
  • Collaborate with the film team in selecting promotional clip suggestions and brainstorming pitch angles
  • Handling incoming press requests and some pitching of stories to media outlets 
  • Ongoing maintenance and updating media lists
  • Reviewing and editing press materials including press releases and alerts
  • Ensuring press kits are current
  • Responsive and informative client/industry interaction via phone and e-mail
  • Covering client events, photo shoots, press junkets, and all publicity related activities
  • Staffing red carpet events including award shows, premieres, venue openings and galas

Required Experience and Skills for Assistants:

  • 1+ year of experience working full-time in entertainment or an agency setting preferred
  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • Experience working with talent, production companies, or  is strongly preferred
  • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • Proficient in Muck Rack, Cision, and other entertainment research based programs
  • Professional, yet friendly people skills
  • Outstanding organizational skills
  • Responsive and professional written and verbal communication skills
  • Proven ability to anticipate needs and be resourceful
  • Punctuality and reliability


Primary Responsibilities for Account Coordinators:

  • Monitor for print, online, broadcast and social media coverage for client brand accounts
  • Maintain supply of client-related materials and documents
  • Regularly develop and maintain media contact lists and databases
  • Coordination and preparation for internal and external meetings
  • Draft briefing documents as needed by team and client
  • Pitch/interact with media as deemed necessary by account team leader
  • Prepare clip reports and summaries as needed by team and client
  • Read daily, weekly, monthly and online publications to identify client-relevant media coverage, including competitive market and industry information
  • Contribute to client brainstorms with creative ideas

Required Experience and Skills for Account Coordinators:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • 1+ year experience at a PR agency preferred
  • Administrative support experience in a fast moving corporate or agency setting preferred
  • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office; PowerPoint and Outlook
  • Excellent written, verbal, organizational, and interpersonal communication skills are a must
  • Sincere interest in the evolving media landscape and emerging marketing techniques and platforms


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