Small Girls PR is looking for a Senior Director to lead a dynamic team with clients in the beauty, fashion & lifestyle space. This team works with buzzy clients such as Billie, Knix, Madewell, Kendra Scott, & Laura Geller Beauty.

The Senior Director is responsible for leading their team in creating and driving strategies that yield top results for clients. Clients look to the Senior Director for counsel, while the team looks to them for leadership. 

Note: Small Girls PR is currently in the office on a hybrid basis, working two days a week in the office. 

How you’ll make an impact:

  • As a creative thought leader, you’ll see your zaniest ideas turned into inspiring campaigns — this position plays host to weekly brainstorms, reverse engineers virality, and leads the creation of ownable moments for our brands
  • You’ll act as the strategic lead directing high-level media strategy, brand messaging, and high stakes comms for the accounts in your purview
  • You will oversee day-to-day work as well as the long-term professional development of 2-4 direct reports
  • You will participate in the responsibility of your team’s finances, including managing profitability, staffing matrixes, planning and budgeting with oversight from a VP
  • You’ll be a key part of new business, both in voicing the brands you are passionate about taking on, as well as developing the proposals and concepts that win the hearts and minds of new partners
  • You will have a finger on the pulse of the industry, ensuring we are creatively one-upping the competition with original campaign ideas, ownable moment ideation, and strategic insights 

Why we’ll love you:

  • You have PR & Marketing expertise with a minimum of 8-12+ years in media relations, corporate communications, and/or digitally-minded public relations
  • You have strong client leadership experience and proven warm relationships — clients view you as a must-have on their account
  • You have a rolodex of media friendlies across a variety of media verticals
  • You’ve personally set narrative-driving strategy for brands that has continuously yielded feature-length coverage in top-notch publications and helped to further your client’s brand mission and vision
  • You’ve managed and developed teams of PR professionals across multiple clients or projects

Why you’ll love us:

  • Atypical Time: a generous PTO plan that scales with tenure is in addition to both Summer Fridays and Winter Fridays, Day of Rests for mental health, Caregiving days, and time off for Unsick Days dedicated to preventative care. 
  • Dedicated Time Each Day for Deep Work: Our unique Smalls In Sync program carves out daily time for you to collaborate with colleagues as well as have the space to do get your strategic, solo work done
  • We invest in you: We have 100% employer covered medical leave, contribute to your 401k (whether you decide to contribute or not), in addition to contributing towards your gym memberships, dental, vision, data plans / home WiFi, and daily commute. We budget for you to network each month as well as reimburse professional development as it applies to roles, from InDesign to public speaking.
  • A strong culture: We have an employee-led committee that determines company policy together and another dedicated to planning our weekly celebrations and quarterly outings (virtual or otherwise), book clubs and employee-coached trivia & intramural activities, a pet-friendly office when we’re not remote, a penchant for karaoke, and we’ve even taken our staff on vacations overseas.

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 race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation.



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