Small Girls PR has an Open Application

Don’t see the role you’re looking for? As we continue to grow, we’re always looking to connect with creative, smart, and driven people who want to join Small Girls PR. Tell us about yourself and be sure to share what role you see yourself in with a resume and cover letter. While we may not have an opening right now, with your info on file, we can consider you for roles in the future. We look forward to meeting you!

Your Small Girls adventure starts here…

Small Girls PR is a creatively-driven media relations, influencer and experiential agency championing a personal approach to public relations. We’ve never mass BCC’d, we don’t issue press releases and we’ve only used a wire once when we were forced to by pirates.

Our clients range from Fortune 100s to challenger startups. We’ve handled mergers for GE, landed Outdoor Voices first magazine covers, launched and rolled out Hinge globally, and produced Sweetgreen’s infamous block party festivals. We’ve doubled in size year over year which makes this a good fit for entrepreneurial spirits and storytellers who believe PR is more than just press.

"One of the most successful boutique PR agencies" - BuzzFeed

"The team consistently produces clever PR campaigns that draw attention from major media outlets" - Forbes

Why you’ll love us:

  • A strong culture: We have a dog-friendly office and a committee dedicated to celebrating professional & personal milestones. We also have virtual team “happy hours”, virtual Small Roulette, a book club, and a penchant for karaoke.
  • We invest in you: We give you a 3% 401k contribution whether you decide to contribute or not, cover 100% medical in addition to contributing towards dental, vision, data plans and daily commute.
  • Atypical Time: PTO is in addition to Summer Fridays and time off for Unsick Days dedicated to preventative care.
  • Professional growth: We have doubled in growth year over year, so we want employees hungry for advancement, which is why we have a networking budget set aside to give you an opportunity to connect with new contacts, program monthly Small Girls University classes where we bring in media and experts to teach sessions in our offices, have dedicated 1 on 1s with your Manager every week and reimburse professional development when relevant to a role (from InDesign to public speaking).

If you’d like to learn more about what it’s like to be a part of Small Girls PR, check out our profile on the Muse and hear from our current Smalls.

We are a diverse and high performing company that is dedicated to creating an inspiring workplace for all. It is the policy of Small Girls PR to provide equal opportunities to all qualified persons, and to recruit, hire, train, promote, and compensate persons in all jobs without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation.

 

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