Public Relations Careers

Screen Shot 2015-05-06 at 10.42.51 AMThanks for taking a minute to check out our Public Relations Careers page. We invite you to stick around for awhile and learn about the variety of great opportunities available at SHIFT.

At SHIFT Communications’ PR and Social Media offices in Boston, San Francisco, New York, and Austin, we are committed to continuously challenging and inspiring the talented people who join our ranks.  We truly value collegiality and levity, but beyond the office antics and laughter, our culture is fueled by living the core values of our agency.

The SHIFT Seven… (click on each value to read more about it)

  • Dedicated – as in, “whatever it takes, this is getting done.”
  • Connected – to everyone that counts, and those that inspire you, or “just seem cool” to you, too.
  • Honorable – the “do the right thing, even when nobody’s looking” kind of honorable.
  • Creative – as in you never met a box you didn’t want to break out of.
  • Smart – duh.
  • Positive – half full, silver lining, and look on the bright side is your middle name.
  • Ballsy – you dusted off and kicked your comfort zone to the curb years ago.

Is this you? Are there some bells ringing? Yes?

We are hiring in all offices, all the time, for the best people we can find – and that might be you. Whether you are early in your career or you are a seasoned executive, read about our open positions. At SHIFT your brain will be challenged, your creativity tapped, your commitment rewarded, and you will know the difference you make.

So what are you waiting for? Apply now! We want to meet you and get the conversation that just might SHIFT the course of your career. Oh, and be sure to check out our benefits and culture, too.

SHIFT is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, creed, or orientation. We heartily discriminate on our seven core values, though!

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