Careers

Full-Time Employment

O’Neill and Associates seeks to hire talented and dedicated professionals with experience in public relations and government work. O’Neill and Associates is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate in any aspect of employment on the basis of race, gender, religion, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, disability or any other characteristic protected by state, federal or local employment discrimination laws. O’Neill and Associates’ policy is to advance and reasonably accommodate all qualified employees and applicants.

To contact us with new hire inquiries or to submit a resume, please email careers@oneillandassoc.com.

Internships

O’Neill and Associates invites enthusiastic undergraduate and graduate students to apply for unpaid internships in the areas of government relations, communications and marketing. Applicants must have strong writing and research skills, a GPA of 3.0 or above and the ability to commit to 14 hours per week (minimum of 4 hours for partial days).

At this time, applications for our Summer 2017 internship program has closed. Interested in Fall 2017? Please submit a cover letter and resumé to Nairi Aprahamian at naprahamian@oneillandassoc.com. To learn more about our internship program or ask questions, please contact Nairi Aprahamian at the email address above.

 

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