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Xenophon Strategies is a full-service strategic communications firm specializing in public relations, government and public affairs, and crisis communications. The firm, with headquarters in Washington, D.C., has a diverse portfolio of clients, including public entities, trade associations, foundations and Fortune 500 companies.

Public Relations Director

Current Job Opening

Xenophon Strategies is searching for a public relations Director in our Washington, D.C., office to lead several client account teams.  Successful candidates will be results-oriented, deadline-driven, media relations professionals with 5 to 7 years of public relations experience at the federal legislative or executive level.  Preference will be given to candidates with agency experience. Candidates should demonstrate a track record in developing and leading integrated public relations and media relations campaign teams. The successful development of public education programs for corporations, associations, government or non-profit organizations is essential.  Please send cover letter, resume, salary requirements and three work samples to: and write “Director” in the subject line.

Don’t see a position that’s a fit for your experience and talents? No worries. We’re always on the lookout for new talent. Who knows, you might be the addition we never knew we always wanted. Tell us why you want to work for Xenophon: See our LinkedIn page for the current job openings.

Company Culture

At Xenophon Strategies, it’s truly important that people enjoy waking up and coming to work every morning. This concept alone helps foster a healthy work environment for Xenophon employees, who are not only colleagues, but friends, and share their lives with one another. As we work together, Xenophon prides itself on maintaining a culture that is open and welcoming, serious when needed, and gives all staff an opportunity to be innovative and share ideas as they work for a variety of clients. For us, this means everything from junior staff regularly contributing in client meetings to eating lunch together and talking about our interests outside the office to all hands on deck crisis communications work to attending baseball games as fans of the Washington Nationals.