30 jobs in the PR and marketing world

The quest for Lord Stanley’s Cup begins tonight.

When the puck drops, many will drop what they’re doing to tune in to the
National Hockey League’s 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

The regular season brought plenty of surprises—among them the success of
the expansion Las Vegas Golden Knights, who won their division.

The Nashville Predators finished the season with the league’s best record,
and the Pittsburgh Penguins finished second in their division, setting up a
potential rematch between last year’s Stanley Cup Finals contenders.


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The NHL would be happy to repeat—or surpass—last year’s record-setting
Stanley Cup Final viewership numbers, too.

In a
press release, NBC Sports Group shared that it was the highest-viewed final ever that
didn’t include an “Original Six” team—that is, Chicago, Boston, Detroit,
Montreal, New York Rangers or Toronto. It also showed a large uptick in
viewers from the previous postseason.

The release reads, in part:

Game 6 on NBC, which the Pittsburgh Penguins won by a score of 2-0 on
Sunday night to become the first team to repeat as Stanley Cup Champions
since the Detroit Red Wings in 1997 and 1998, averaged a TAD of 7.086
million viewers, up 29% vs. last year’s Cup-clinching Game 6 on NBC
featuring Pittsburgh and San Jose (5.476 million).

Across 84 games on NBC/NBCSN/CNBC/USA Network, the 2017 Stanley Cup
Playoffs averaged a TAD of 1.387 million viewers, up 11% vs. the 2016 postseason (89 games; 1.253 million).

Want to work in the communications department for one of the teams making
this year’s NHL playoffs? Here are a few choice openings:

  • The Nashville Predators seek a
    summer 2018 digital and interactive media intern.
  • The Boston Bruins are in search of a
    communications graduation assistant
    for the 2018-19 season.
  • The San Jose Sharks are looking for a
  • The NHL has an opening for a
    senior for growth marketing
    in New York.

Not the job for you?
See what else we have in our weekly professional pickings:

Conference content producer—Ragan Communications (Illinois)

Communications specialist—McAfee (Texas)

Senior investments writer—ICMA-RC (Washington, D.C.)

Senior account manager – real estate PR—Lynn Hazan & Associates (Illinois)

Account manager—Muck Rack (New York)

Vice president of communications—American Forest Foundation (Washington, D.C.)

Global social media manager—Sonos (Massachusetts)

Summer corporate intern—Michael Kors (New York)

Marketing and communications manager—Westin Hotels & Resorts (Canada)

Marketing manager—Audible (Washington)

Communications manager—University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Nebraska)

Marketing content manager—Central Michigan University (Michigan)

Public and corporate affairs associate—Burson-Marsteller (United Kingdom)

Social media coordinator—Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health (Pennsylvania)

Senior project manager—McGraw-Hill Education (Ohio)

Marketing strategy specialist—Penn State University (Pennsylvania)

Communications and public affairs manager—Halton Healthcare (Canada)

Senior marketing manager, engagement and retention—iHeartRadio (New York)

Communications advisor—FedEx Freight (Tennessee)

Associate director of executive communications—Stanford University (California)

Marketing manager—Concentra Analytics (United Kingdom)

Marketing manager—Stage Stores (Texas)

Senior communications manager—Philips (Massachusetts)

Global marketing communications intern—Crocs (Colorado)

Associate marketing director—UVM Alumni Association (Virginia)

Senior copywriter—MODERE (Utah)

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