Senior Global Public Relations Manager
Remote US (6 month contract)
Region: United States of America
Business Unit: Store Support Centre (SSC)
Time Type: Full-time
who we are
lululemon is an innovative performance apparel company for yoga, running, training, and other athletic pursuits. Setting the bar in technical fabrics and functional design, we create transformational products and experiences that support people in moving, growing, connecting, and being well. We owe our success to our innovative product, emphasis on stores, commitment to our people, and the incredible connections we make in every community we’re in. As a company, we focus on creating positive change to build a healthier, thriving future. In particular, that includes creating an equitable, inclusive and growth-focused environment for our people.
about this team
We lead the charge on the “who, what, when, where and why” for how lululemon shows up and how we are talking to media who count on us for product education, a connection to yoga, running and training, and to be engaged with inspiring stories that shape our global brand. Whether introducing lululemon to new and emerging markets, or building on firmly established relationships, we educate and are the connection to story-doers that generate conversation. No matter where in the world, media see us as the best source of information on innovative retail solutions as we continue to differentiate ourselves globally as a premium athletic retailer.
Reporting to the Global Public Relations Senior Director, the Senior Global Public Relations Manager is responsible for supporting the strategic PR efforts of lululemon, overseeing facets of consumer-facing outreach for brand, product, and community. Main responsibilities for this position include creating the department’s strategic public relations plans, delivering successful results; along with leading team foundational tools and resources, including managing monthly and quarterly budget. You will also be responsible for developing creative solutions to best establish the department as a resource for the needs of PR leaders in regions around the world. And, you’ll liaise with Global Internal Communications and Global Corporate Communications to support where needed.
a day in the life: what you’ll do