PRSA National has a comprehensive database of public relations and communications jobs. It also provides job seekers and employers with resources, salary information, resume postings, and more. PRSA Inland Empire recommends using PRSA's Job Center to search and post job listings.

In addition, our local chapter accepts current, local job postings. If you are interested in posting a current job listing, please send the following information to the Chapter President:

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Current Opportunities

Chief Communications Officer - Los angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro)

Metro is seeking a Chief Communications Officer to assist in executing Metro’s mission to provide a world-class transportation system that enhances quality of life for all who live, work and play within LA County. This is an opportunity to join one of the nation’s largest and most innovative transportation systems. The Chief Communications Officer develops the overall strategic communications vision and goals in alignment with the agency’s vision and goals. This position oversees implementation of communications plans, programs, initiatives and activities to reach the various and diverse communities across the region; and ensures communications efforts and messages are coordinated, consistent and reflect a unified voice.

View full job description  |  Applications due March 22, 2019. 


Marketing Coordinator - the children's fund

As a member of the Marketing & Public Relations team, the Marketing Coordinator will contribute to the effective marketing, communications, awareness, and public relations of Children’s Fund. The Marketing Coordinator will coordinate well-organized campaigns and events, demonstrating creativity and innovation. Under the direction of the Director of Marketing & Public Relations, the Marketing Coordinator will work cooperatively with the staff, board, auxiliaries, and volunteers. The Marketing Coordinator must be passionate about community service and aiding at-risk and vulnerable children and must be able to articulate that passion in a manner that inspires others.

View full job description  |  Applications due March 29, 2019. 


Public Information & Intergovernmental Relations Officer - City of Moreno Valley

The Public Information & Intergovernmental Relations Officer manages the public information and intergovernmental programs; works with City Council on intergovernmental issues and developing legislative priorities and platforms, serves as City representative in various groups involving interaction with other governmental jurisdictions, and consistently performs high level and complex analytical assignments that have great impact to the City, including proposed state and federal legislation. 

View full job description  |  Closing Date: March 31, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.



The City of Murrieta is accepting applications for the position of Public Information Officer to fill a vacancy in the City Manager's Office. The ideal candidate will be a creative, proactive, and strategic professional responsible for executing comprehensive communications and managing the City's public relations. Highly qualified candidates will have a reputation of ensuring accuracy of information and quality in presentation. The ideal candidate will have outstanding communication skills, both written and verbal, as well as experience in presenting to a variety of groups.

View full job description  |  Closing Date: March 31, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.


Full Time Lecturer in Strategic Communication/Public Relations - California State University, San Bernardino

The Department of Communication Studies at California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB) announces a full time lecturer in public relations and strategic communication position that begins in September 2019. Teaching courses in media and public relations writing; mass communication and strategic communication fundamentals; and PR campaigns, tactics, and planning. The faculty member will teach mainly within the public relations concentration, which has more than 150 students.

View full job description  |  Applications are due April 15, 2019.


Director of Government Affairs - Port of Long Beach

The Port of Long Beach, which is the second largest container port in North America, is seeking a new Director of Government Affairs to work with federal, state, and local elected officials, policymakers, and regulatory agencies in order to achieve strategic objectives vital to the Port’s success. The Port seeks a seasoned and strong professional with outstanding interpersonal and communication skills combined with high emotional intelligence. This progressive leader will have a background in government affairs, public relations, and/or legislative advocacy, preferably with experience in a maritime organization. S/he will understand the operations of local government, navigate through its processes and be able to achieve established departmental and organizational goals. This leader will have a strong sense of business and appreciation for transparency. Ideally, this person will bring significant connections in the legislative environment from Sacramento and/or Washington, D.C. 

View full job description  |  Open until filled. First review of resumes is April 19, 2019.