Hot Job: Communications for San Francisco 49ers

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The position:
Corporate communications for San Francisco 49ers

Location: Santa Clara, California

Job duties: Manage ongoing business publicity and stadium promotion for the 49ers. Oversee public relations campaigns related to ticket sales, new business partnerships and sponsorships, executive media profiles, game day promotions and management of non-football-related matters. Also help create and manage public relations strategy and communications materials for the new stadium. Pitch reporters and conduct media interviews; serve as spokesperson as needed.

The company: The 49ers are an NFL professional football team based in San Francisco.

Requirements: Requires bachelor's degree and at least ten years of experience in business public relations, corporate communications and/or marketing communications. Must have proven experience managing all public relations aspects of a major project launch on a national or international scale for a major brand. Requires experience giving speeches and presentations, and ability to sell ideas and negotiate solutions. Requires strong leadership and team-building skills, along with ability to make quick strategic decisions and provide recommendations to the executive team. A polished, professional appearance is a must.

Extra perks: This is an opportunity to serve in a high-profile role for a major sports team – plus you'd be surrounded by athletes and football fans.

Interesting info: As part of the interview process, candidates will be asked to provide video footage from their experience as an on-camera spokesperson, and/or print examples of quotations from being a media spokesperson.

Other opportunities: Numerous paid internship opportunities are currently available.

How to apply: Apply online.

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