The Senior PR Specialist will collaborate with both managers and partners to implement media plans that will reach the legal, business, general, trade and web press. In addition to these more media-focused responsibilities, the Senior PR Specialist will also assist in the writing of newsletters and other projects as needed.
In this role, you will coordinate the preparation of company publications and articles by confirming artwork, verifying facts, and confirming approval with Director of Communications and/or Vice President, Marketing.
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