The Jacksonville Business Journal named Axia Public Relations as one of the “Best Places to Work in Northeast Florida.” And Jacksonville Magazine named us among one of the “Top 25 Northeast Florida Companies That Care.” We are pleased to receive such recognition from the media, our community and valued employees. Start your new and rewarding career at Axia Public Relations today.


Employment Opportunities

Axia Public Relations is always hiring for exceptional public relations professionals. Join Axia Public Relations as we develop and implement creative public relations campaigns for our great clients. Competitive candidates must have strong media relations and social media experience. Please send us your best pitch and resume in confidence by visiting our public relations firm recruiting site. Include your salary history and references. We’ll call you if we like your angle.

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Public Relations Firm Internships
Are you a college student? Some semesters, Axia Public Relations selects the top college students and recent graduates for its public relations firm internship program. Learn more about our PR firm internships>>


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