30 jobs in the PR and marketing world

Dip into some strawberries and cream, pour yourself a Pimm’s cup and enjoy tennis at its finest. Plus, check out our roundup of other current openings.

30 PR jobs

We’re down to the semifinals of one of the four Grand Slam tennis events.

The All England Club is hosting the best tennis players in the world as they vie to become the 2018 Wimbledon champion.

The gentlemen’s side will be missing the tournament’s most decorated player, Roger Federer. For only the third time at a major tournament, he lost a match after winning the first two sets.

The man who defeated Federer, South Africa’s Kevin Anderson, has reached his first-ever Wimbledon semifinal and will face America’s John Isner, who is also making his first appearance in a Wimbledon semifinal match.

Serbia’s Novak Djokovic, who’s won three Wimbledon titles, will go head-to-head with Spain’s Rafael Nadal, who’s got two Wimbledon titles of his own.

On the ladies’ side, Latvia’s Jelena Ostapenko will take on Angelique Kerber of Germany, each of whom is seeking her first Wimbledon title. In the other semifinal match, American Serena Williams will face Germany’s Julia Görges. Neither Ostapenko nor Görges has competed in a Wimbledon final, whereas Williams is a seven-time champion and Kerber was runner-up in 2016, losing to Williams.

The first Wimbledon tournament was held at the All England Croquet and Lawn Tennis club in 1877, with the women’s championship introduced in 1884. Aside from being one of the most prestigious tennis events, the tournament is known for holding its players to a strict, all-white dress code and being the only remaining Grand Slam tournament played on grass.

Federer is the gentlemen’s record holder with 11 Wimbledon titles. Serena Williams hopes to get closer to Martina Navratilova’s record nine Wimbledon championships.

Many athletes at the event have inked contracts with high-profile brands, and some of those companies are hiring. Here are a few choice openings from organizations on display at Wimbledon:

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

Communications specialist—Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health (Pennsylvania)

Account director—Denterlein (Massachusetts)

Senior manager of PR and social media—Staples Inc. (Massachusetts)

Account executive—Denterlein (Massachusetts)

Director of communications – media relations—American Heart Association and American Stroke Association (Texas)

Senior news editor—CNN (United Kingdom)

Corporate communications manager – brand and PR—The Heineken Company (New Jersey)

Communications and programs manager—Amazon Web Services (Washington)

SEO director—EveryMundo (Florida)

Senior copywriter—Ogilvy (Washington, D.C.)

Digital strategist, internal communications—Fidelity Investments (North Carolina)

Content specialist—Oath (Virginia)

Social media consultant—Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota (Minnesota)

Senior copywriter, LEGO Agency—LEGO Group (Connecticut)

Marketing executive—Nielsen (United Kingdom)

Content strategist—State Street (Massachusetts)

Social media content analyst—Cognizant (Arizona)

Digital content manager—Raycom Media (Ohio)

Client communications manager—ADP (Canada)

Assistant director of digital media—Indiana University Bloomington (Indiana)

Senior marketing manager—Verizon Wireless (Colorado)

Senior director, marketing content—Cengage (Massachusetts)

Marketing specialist—Kerry (Wisconsin)

Social content writer—VerticalScope Inc. (Canada)

Communications and press officer—Citizens Advice (United Kingdom)

Editorial manager—Charming Charlie (Texas)

Manager of employee communications and internal marketing—Verisk (New Jersey)

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