1+ years of sports communications experience preferred
Bachelor's degree in Communications or related field.
The selected applicant will be working as a part of the NFL's Communication Department, supporting the team's day-to-day activities with an emphasis placed on the media application process for key NFL events and international communications.
Research media outlets that have applied for accreditation to key NFL calendar events -- London Games, Mexico Game, Super Bowl, Pro Bowl, Combine, Draft, League Meetings.
Enter credential and hotel allocations for the Super Bowl in to SEMS (Special Events Management System).
Manage a media specific inbox to respond to media inquiries and troubleshoot credential questions.
Assist with press releases and media advisories to support the NFL's U.S. Hispanic outreach.
Compile international and U.S. Hispanic clips packages.
Support media operations for key NFL calendar events.
Assist with publicizing international storylines, programming and events.
Assist with sending and posting press releases on www.nflcommunications.com.
Produce weekly recaps of the key aspects of pregame shows on Sundays.
Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word
Strong organizational skills
Fine attention to detail
Good research skills and ability to fact-check
Writing and editing skills
Verbal communications and phone presence
Ability to multi task projects and work under pressure