Full-Time

Senior Associate

Media Relations

Posted on 6/6/2024

IPG DXTRA

IPG DXTRA

51-200 employees

Diverse communications network solutions provider

Consulting

Senior

San Francisco, CA, USA

Required Skills
Communications
Management
Responsibilities
  • Liaising with clients and assisting in client communications
  • Developing and coordinating routine account management materials
  • Supporting creative ideation and providing recommendations
  • Developing communication and media materials
  • Conducting media outreach
  • Developing targeted media lists
  • Supporting influencer identification and management
  • Monitoring and analyzing client coverage reports
  • Identifying issues and recommending solutions
  • Keeping pace with social media/digital industry trends
  • Leading small teams in conducting research
  • Contributing to work plan of junior team members
  • Serving as a role model to team members
  • Contributing to inclusive team culture
  • Growing understanding of financial aspects of accounts
  • Supporting budget tracking and invoicing
  • Maintaining fee and out-of-pocket trackers
  • Submitting purchase orders
  • Maintaining a thorough understanding of clients' business
  • Leveraging understanding of client's business for organic growth
  • Participating in meetings for new business development
  • Developing new business acumen

IPG DXTRA is renowned for providing creative and meaningful communications solutions that address complex challenges across various sectors. This focus on dynamic and adaptive strategies makes it an ideal environment for professionals who thrive in innovative and thoughtful workspaces. The company's commitment to a diverse communications network not only ensures a broad and inclusive workplace culture, but also positions it as a leader in effectively handling multi-faceted communication needs.

Company Stage

N/A

Total Funding

N/A

Headquarters

New York, New York

Founded

2006

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

-6%

1 year growth

-14%

2 year growth

-34%