Let's Stay Married
Marriage is a wonderful thing!
Marriage is important, and I want to help keep people together. I had a friend whose wife wasn’t satisfied in bed, so I joined them and showed them what each one likes, you know, new techniques—and it helped their marriage!
Sometimes I join them to make sure everything is still okay. And I’m great at spreading… the word about stuff. I wasn’t voted Most Outgoing for nothing!
Let me be all oral for you!
Hopeful for Hope,
Salary: $50,000 - $65,000 a year
Full Job Description
Marriage Helper has a GLOBAL mission: to save marriages and strengthen families.
Over the past 20 years, the workshops and courses that our team has created have a 70% success rate at saving marriages — even the marriages literally everyone else has given up on.
We work with marriages that are affected by:
Affairs, control, addiction, communication issues, lack of intimacy…the list goes on.
We’ve seen it all…Even marriages that have been divorced for up to 10 years!
Here’s what we are looking for:
Someone who wants to come on board and help us spread our message of hope FAR and WIDE!
Make Marriage Helper a household name through consistent and key placements in popular media as well as highly aligned media outlets
Pitch interviews, op-eds, articles, podcast guest placements, radio interviews, and more for Kimberly Holmes and Dr. Joe Beam
Develop a PR strategy and pitch plan that aligns with Marriage Helper’s goals and audience
Promote the success of the Marriage Helper organization to business journals
Key advisor and project manager for PR strategy
Make sure all placements and mentions are in line with Marriage Helper branding and tone
The goal is to increase awareness of the Marriage Helper brand and drive traffic to the MarriageHelper.com website and phone calls
Develop creative ways to keep Marriage Helper in the news
Find timely headlines, identify the right media markets and contacts, and pitch in a timely manner
Cultivate and maintain media relationships
Write press releases and quotes for media, being well-versed in Joe and Kimberly’s content and voice
Coordinate with internal team members and external media contacts to direct seamless interviews from start to finish
Create media lists and strategies for campaigns
Help Marriage Helper leaders grow in their media interview skills by providing regular feedback and media training
3–5 years of on-the-job experience in PR, publicity, or a related field (preferably more)
You’re passionate about the world of PR that means you think in terms of the news cycle and you’re interested in all types of media (broadcast, print, podcast, radio, and online)
Experience in booking clients on large media outlet shows, placed in high-traffic news sites, and more.
You have personally researched media outlets and contacts, written a pitch, made a pitch, successfully procured media, and cultivated the relationship from start to finish by yourself (not just worked on a team or supervised a team that did all the pieces of the process)
You’re great at working with people, and you’re highly collaborative
You’re able to multitask and prioritize assignments while maintaining flexibility in a fast-paced environment
You’re professional and confident when interacting in person, in writing and on the phone with people you haven’t met
You meet deadlines without sacrificing quality
You’re an excellent writer
Degree in public relations, communications, journalism, marketing or another related field
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I'm just your average girl who wants a kick-ass life and... love! If I could be a superhero, that would be AWESOME! I'm currently a "phone actress" looking for a really cool career. Don't get me wrong-- I love giving a hand to dudes who need someone to chat with. Everybody needs somebody! But, my parents keep telling me I need a respectable job. Sigh.