30 jobs in the PR and marketing world

You could spend the summer interning at Marvel Entertainment, if you land this week’s featured position. Plus, check out our roundup of current job openings.


The next chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe starts tomorrow—and someone’s internship with Marvel begins this summer.

On Thursday, millions of eager fans of the superhero franchise will flock to theaters to get a first look at “Captain Marvel.”

It hopes to follow in the footsteps of past blockbusters from Marvel Studios, which already boasts four of the 10 top grossing movies of all time, including “Avengers: Infinity War,” which grossed over $2 billion.

The film adaptation of “Captain Marvel” is based on Roy Thomas and Gene Colan’s comic book character Carol Danvers, who makes her first comic appearance in 1968.

Looking to cut your editorial teeth during the summer blockbuster season? Marvel Entertainment seeks an editorial intern for summer 2019 in New York City.

Applicants must be of at least sophomore status in their degree program upon arrival, but junior or senior level standing is preferred.

It summarizes the position:

Interns in Marvel’s editorial department have the opportunity to act as an apprentice on tasks directly related to comic book production. Like most office interns, they perform some clerical duties, such as filing and shredding sensitive documents, but they also format scripts, collect reference and perform research for editors to send to artists and writers, check lettering drafts for corrections, and write recap pages. Those that show interest and diligence are also given opportunities to review colors, review line art for balloon placement, and share their thoughts about scripts.

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

Corporate communications director—Entercomm, parent company of Radio.com (New York)

Communications initiative program manager—Puget Sound Energy (Washington)

Corporate communications manager—Netflix (California)

Social media marketing manager—Churchill Downs Inc. (Kentucky)

Media director—PETA (Washington, D.C.)

Marketing manager—Sky (United Kingdom)

Digital marketing content strategist—Swig Life (Virginia)

Community engagement editor—Rivard Report (Texas)

Digital marketing and ecommerce director—Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams (Ohio)

Assistant marketing manager—New Era Cap (Canada)

Senior digital media manager—University of Chicago (Illinois)

Direct marketing strategy manager—Vistaprint (Spain)

Senior advisor, corporate communications—Dell (Texas)

Higher education reporter—The News & Observer (North Carolina)

Senior marketing manager, emerging media—Amazon (Washington)

Digital marketing specialist—Cox Media Group (Florida)

Paid media marketing manager—LinkedIn (California)

Editor in chief—SourceMedia (New York)

Internal communications manager—General Electric (Illinois)

Marketing and brand manager—Young Foodies (United Kingdom)

Marketing communications manager—American Cancer Society (Ohio)

Communications director—PepsiCo (Texas)

Senior social media content specialist—Medtronic (Minnesota)

Marketing coordinator—KPMG (Canada)

Campaign 2020 reporter—Los Angeles Times (California)

Managing account supervisor, corporate PR—Ketchum (Illinois)

Content marketing specialist—Nextiva (Arizona)

Social media manager—Focus Brands (Georgia)

Marketing manager—CBRE (Connecticut)

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