?Let?s synergize this framework for a more impactful delivery.? ? No One We?ve Ever Hired
Does overused marketing jargon and technical blather bum you out? Do you crave crisp, creative language that regular people can actually understand, get excited about, and act on?
At Reingold, we take communicating seriously ? helping our government, nonprofit, and impact-minded clients make sure that every word counts and every dollar spent matters.
At the same time, we don?t take ourselves too seriously. You can expect pranks, Nerf gun fights, book clubs, and a constant stream of clever IM banter when you join our team of passionate, uber-smart professionals. Plus, we have snacks.
What We Mean:
Reingold is hiring an experienced communications professional to help lead a high-volume workstream for a major federal project (think reaching-every-person-in-America kind of major). That means we need a strong writer, strategic thinker, and hyper-organized task manager who enjoys the challenge of juggling multiple responsibilities and thrives in the face of uncertain outcomes.
This role is a good fit for someone with these qualifications and skills:
+ At least 5 years of experience in communications, such as with strategic planning, public relations, or messaging campaign support
+ Experience managing projects with many moving parts, ideally including technology, marketing, and creative design components
+ Rave reviews of your verbal and written communications skills
+ Ability to produce clear, compelling, and client-ready written deliverables
+ Comfort with a fast-paced environment, changing timelines, complex deliverables, and many levels of approval
+ Creativity, intellect, reliability, and initiative
+ Passion for cultivating relationships and forging partnerships
+ Bachelor?s degree in communications, marketing, or a related field
+ Ability to obtain a security clearance
+ Bonus points for experience with the U.S. Census Bureau
Reingold is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.