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Now Hiring for an Account Coordinator!

April 19, 2016, 4:36pm posted by Dianne Carilli  |  0 comments

Posted in: Agency News & Updates, Recruiting and Hiring,

Now Hiring for an Account Coordinator!

CooperKatz, an independent, award-winning PR agency, is looking for an Account Coordinator to join our team. We are seeking a Renaissance person who brings enthusiasm, intelligence and genuine curiosity to every communications challenge.

As an AC, you will play a key role on a range of engaging accounts. We offer competitive compensation, a collaborative culture and work environment, and tremendous opportunity for growth. We have been honored as one of the Best Agencies to Work For by industry publication, The Holmes Report and also named by Crain’s New York Business as one of the best places to work in New York City.

We are a true generalist agency and our employees have the opportunity to work for a variety of exciting clients. We value individuals, work-life balance and an empowered, collaborative culture. 

The AC position requires prior public relations internship experience or one year of agency / in-house experience. Candidates must have strong writing skills, some experience with media relations and familiarity with digital / social media strategy and execution. The individual hired will work across multiple industry sectors, so he/she must have the ability to quickly ramp-up on new subject matter, including a willingness to invest the time it takes to gain a deep understanding of each client’s business.

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To Apply:

Please specify the position you are applying for in your cover letter. Email your cover letter and resume to Jenni Walton at

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