From an early age, Fisher-Price encouraged me and other youngsters to explore our career aspirations, no matter how outlandish our dreams were. It’s a notion that the brand’s parent company, Mattel, remains committed to even today.
Rather than you paying for a new toy, however, this time around, Mattel might just end up paying you.
It’s hiring a summer intern
to help market the Fisher-Price brand by assisting in the successful execution of product development, as well as helping lead the direction of its public relations, advertising, and packaging activities.
I bet the job even comes with an upgrade to that old desk
of yours, too.
Unlike its toys, Mattel doesn’t provide a recommended age range for this particular vacancy. It does stress, though, that candidates must be currently enrolled in an MBA program with a marketing concentration.
So if you’re ready to play with the grown-ups, click here
and search requisition number 140213 to learn more.
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