Communications Specialist: Plans and organizes public relations program designed to create and maintain favorable public image for employer or client. Plans and oversees development and communication of information designed to keep the public informed of employer's programs, accomplishments, or point of view. Coordinates public relations efforts in order to meet needs, objectives, and policies of individual, special interest group, business concern, nonprofit organization, or governmental agency. Represents organization as in-house staff member or serves as an outside consultant.
Prepares and distributes fact sheets, news releases, photographs, scripts, motion pictures, recordings, or website addresses or articles to media representatives and other people who may be interested in learning about or publicizing employer's activities or message. Purchases advertising space and time as required. Arranges for and conducts public-contact programs designed to meet employer's objectives, utilizing knowledge of changing attitudes and opinions of consumers, clients, employees, or other interest groups. Promotes goodwill through such publicity efforts as speeches, exhibits, films, tours, and question/answer sessions. Represents employer during community projects and at public, social, and business gatherings. May research data, create ideas, write copy, lay out artwork, contact media representatives, or represent employer directly before general public. May develop special projects such as campaign fundraisers or public awareness about political issues. May direct activities of subordinates. May confer with production and support personnel to coordinate production of television advertisements and on-air promotions. May prepare press releases and fact sheets and compose letters. May disseminate facts and information about organization's activities or governmental agency's programs to the general public. (Source: eDOT Job Description) [-] Less
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