42

countries visited by
adventurous team members

8

team members who take public transit or walk to work

234

pounds of peanut butter pretzels consumed by the team each year

13

Nyhus family pets


Open Positions

Director, Integrated Communications and Public Affairs

The ideal candidate thrives at the nexus of business, policy, government, community, politics and media. Competency with public affairs, corporate communications, crisis management, advocacy and media relations is key. The position requires someone who can own, manage and foster high-profile client relationships; think and implement quickly, accurately and creatively in a fast-paced environment; focus on strategy development and issues planning; triage priorities; execute flawlessly; and serve as a valued extension of our clients’ teams. Learn More

To apply, please send your resume, a cover letter explaining why you are a great fit for the role at Nyhus and three relevant work samples to hello@nyhus.com.

Our Values

Quality

We deliver the highest quality products and counsel every day. While quality is the hallmark of the materials and guidance we provide clients, internal collaboration between colleagues is held to the same high standard.

Service

Our clients are the most important element of our business. Providing them the highest level of service and customized, personal counsel is our top priority.

Impact

Our work must have measurable, sustainable and meaningful impact. We ensure our clients’ goals and priorities are the driving force of our work. We have not achieved success until our clients see impact.

“I am proud of the work we do to tell stories. We are facilitators, working to connect the pillars of our civic structure to inspire informative and interesting dialogue.”

Mike Gilmore, Account Manager


“Nyhus has a sense of family that makes it fun and rewarding to come to work every day.”

Heidi de Laubenfels, Vice President, Operations

“The Nyhus team and leadership are committed to strengthening the foundation of the organization for the long-term.”

Karen Johnson, Director