NFL Posts Job Ad For “Crisis Communications Strategist” To Advise League Executives

Tuesday, September 26, 2017
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
ZeroHedge.com
Sep 26, 2017

As the NFL’s feud with President Trump continues to dominate headlines, a feud which has effectively turned ESPN into a politically-themed talk show, the league has decided to recruit additional talent to “provide crisis communications counsel to leagues executives.” Per a job listing posted to Daybook, the NFL says they’re looking for a “Senior Communications Strategist” to be based out of New York City who can assist with “crisis communications” and “devise a strategy and long term vision to strategically position the NFL in the sports marketplace.” Here are some highlights:

Responsibilities:

The senior communications strategist will be responsible for proactively developing plans and strategies aimed at publicly positioning the NFL to key audiences through all communication channels, both traditional and emerging media. They will work closely with communications department leadership to create messaging to reflect the league’s wide variety of priorities and expedite organizational decision-making.

Additionally, the strategist will:
Provide crisis communications counsel to leagues executives.
Devise strategy and long term vision to strategically position the NFL in the sports marketplace.

Provide guidance to senior leadership, including executive vice presidents and COO to achieve desired reputational results and develop metrics to measure success.

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