Communications Director – Oklahoma Office of Attorney General

Oklahoma City, OK • Full-Time • Bachelor's Degree Required

Position Summary

This position works directly with the attorney general and all senior leadership to drive the agency’s agenda and key messaging. The communications director must be skilled at writing, public speaking, media coordination and more.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Drive the agency’s communications strategy across audiences and platforms.

  • Serve as the chief spokesperson and chief contact for local, state and national media.

  • Advise the attorney general on media, public relations and communications decisions.

  • Draft, coordinate and disseminate all communications materials for the agency.

  • Write formal remarks, press releases, background materials, opinion pieces and more.

  • Oversee the creation of digital, audio, video, and print content for public consumption.

  • Manage media relations including contacts with journalists, government PIOs and more.

  • Schedule and oversee events such as press conferences, media interviews and more.

  • Act as chief content manager for the agency’s website and social media accounts.

  • Supervise one direct report and determine duty sharing, internal deadlines, and more.

  • Travel with the attorney general to provide assistance at meetings and events.


At least five years of government communications or related job experience and a bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing or a related discipline. Preference may be given to candidates with previous experience in a law enforcement office or criminal justice system.

All applicants must agree in writing to complete, and satisfactorily pass, a thorough background investigation by the Office of Attorney General.

The Oklahoma Office of Attorney General is an equal employment employer. All individuals are welcome to seek employment with the Oklahoma Office of Attorney General regardless of race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, color, age, national origin, genetic information, religion, or disability, so long as the disability does not render the person unable to perform the essential functions of the position for which employed with or without a reasonable accommodation. All employees of the Oklahoma Office of Attorney General are “at will” employees.

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