Job Bank

Job Bank is a job advertising service targeted to all SF IABC members. Opportunities can include jobs in public relations, employee communications, investor relations, government relations, marketing communications, web content development, writing and editing.

Our website attracts professional communicators from around the San Francisco Bay Area. Additionally, new listings are featured on our member e-newsletter. It’s a great place to reach the experienced professionals you’re seeking for your company’s communications and marketing communications departments.

IABC JOB BANK

LOCAL JOB LISTINGS

Employers

Employers may submit postings by emailing a Word document or link to your information to Michelle McGill. Please include the following:

Title
Company
Location
Description of Position
How to Apply
Level of Experience
Education Requirements
Skills
Responsibilities
Salary Range
Work Environment

There is no charge to post a job and job postings are usually online within 24 hours.

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