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A job at Berlin Rosen: p.r. strategy for Pacific Park (and other projects)

The next person working on p.r. for Atlantic Yards/Pacific may soon be hired, thanks to this BerlinRosen ad, which I've excerpted below and then posted in full as an impage.

So it's worth taking a look. I've highlighted some sections for emphasis.

The text below is verbatim.

Account Supervisor, Cities & Real Estate- NYC
New York, United States Full-time

BerlinRosen, a leading national strategic communications firm, is seeking an Account Supervisor to help our rapidly growing Real Estate practice meet a wide range of communications and public relations goals for our real estate, economic development, hospitality, architecture and design clients who are shaping the future and landscapes of major cities across the U.S. - like New York, Los Angeles - and beyond.

The position is ideal for dynamic candidates with 4-6 years of relevant experience in strategic communications, journalism, real estate and government. Excellent writing skills and media relations experience are a must. The position is based in New York.

This position provides candidates with a unique opportunity to join a talented and growing team working on some of the most high-profile development projects of our time, including the redevelopment of the iconic Domino Sugar Factory, the development of One Vanderbilt (New York’s second tallest building), the build-out of Pacific Park Brooklyn and the creation of the TWA Hotel at JFK Airport.

Job responsibilities will include:
  • Working with team leadership to develop the communications strategy for multiple high-profile client accounts while mentoring junior team members responsible for implementation
  • Managing relationships with key reporters and advising other staff on the best way to engage with relevant beat reporters
  • Writing and editing persuasive external and internal documents such as press releases, op-eds, fact sheets, talking points, editorial board memos, and communications plans
The ad