Bay Area PR Agency

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If you are entrepreneurial, ambitious, fast-paced, smart, and creative – you could be a Firebrand. We’re looking for connected, savvy marketing professionals in San Francisco and beyond who enjoy building brands for clients and building a top-tier Bay Area PR agency. No drama, no politics, just great work with a large slice of irreverent fun.


At the moment, we’re hiring for the following positions:

We’re looking for a public relations senior account executive with strong media relations skills, ideally with a focus on B2B. You’ll drive media strategy and be responsible for campaign implementation. Most of our campaigns are integrated across PR, social media, demand gen and digital marketing so you’ll get plenty of exposure to other disciplines.

We’re looking for a public relations account supervisor with a robust client management and content creation skills, ideally with a focus on B2B. You’ll input to strategy and be responsible for campaign implementation, which will include media relations, influencer relations, the events program, speaker and awards, organic social channel management. Of course, this must all operate efficiently, within budget and be measured and evaluated according to industry best practice.

We’re looking for an SEO specialist combining technical know-how, an analytical approach and the creativity to create great search programs. You’ll help drive the SEO roadmap and be responsible for campaign implementation. Our goal is to increase awareness of our clients through search and drive on-site conversions. 

We’re looking for a digital marketing executive with experience in the tech sector. The ideal candidate will be familiar with digital marketing and have a specialism in Search Marketing (SEO/PPC). Beyond search, our programs include demand generation over social channels, email marketing as well as analytics (primarily GA and Hubspot).


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