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PR Jobs: Boutique PR firm in Sherman Oaks Seeks Entry Level FT Assistant

by | Mar 29, 2019

De Waal & Associates in the L.A. area is seeking a detail-oriented and very organized entry-level f/t assistant to the president of this boutique PR agency.

This is a three-person firm, so very hands on! Must like to keep busy and be able to work well with deadlines. We are an extremely reputable, hardworking, fast-paced office. Must be able to multi-task. Duties can range widely from emailing pitch letters, media research, data entry, phone calls, and much more. Must understand new technologies. You will need common sense and good judgment. Must have ability to juggle multiple projects simultaneously and remain calm under pressure.

Learn everything about traditional PR from a seasoned pro. We have an eclectic client list handling entertainment to lifestyle to non-profits. You will be fully trained on hiring.

Send resumes only to Lori De Waal at Lori.DeWaal@DeWaalPR.com.

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