30 jobs in the PR and marketing world

You could work for one of the colleges remaining in the Men’s Division I Basketball Championship if you land one of this week’s featured job openings.

One weekend of thrilling basketball is in the books, and the madness continues Thursday.

All but one of the 16 teams left in the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship received a 1–5 seed in its region. Oregon, a 12-seed, remains the lone lower-seeded university trying to write its Cinderella story.

As the 16 remaining teams look to cut down the nets on April 8, brand managers are hoping to net big marketing points during the tournament.

Kanter Media created an infographic compiling statistics related to ad dollars spent during last year’s month of college basketball madness—and organizations didn’t skimp on the revenue they spent.

According to the guide, $1.32 billion was spent on advertising during last year’s tournament, trailing only the NFL playoffs in total marketing revenue spent on post-season sporting events.

AT&T doled out the most marketing bucks, spending $101 million throughout the tournament, according to Kanter Media’s statistics.

The full guide dives deeper into advertising-related statistics during the NCAA’s elite men’s basketball tournament.

Want to work for one of the colleges still alive in the tournament? Here are career opportunities from a few teams in the Sweet 16:

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

Public affairs manager—Advocate Health Care (Illinois)

Employee communications director—Robert Half (California)

Environmental, social and governance program manager—Robert Half (California)

Public relations vice president—Method (New York)

Senior communications manager—Microsoft (Washington)

Digital engagement manager—Macmillan International Higher Education (United Kingdom)

Senior conversion manager—Spotify (Florida)

Social media manager—Stitch Fix (California)

Content strategist—Western Michigan University (Michigan)

Social media content manager—Girl Scouts of the USA (New York)

Marketing manager—Northeastern University (Canada)

Senior vice president of communications—The News Literacy Project (Washington, D.C.)

Senior manager of digital content—PwC (Illinois)

Director, science media relations—American Heart Association (Texas)

Campaign project manager—Weber Shandwick (United Kingdom)

Social media content strategist—University of Phoenix (Arizona)

Marketing and communications manager—Eastern Market Brewing Co. (Michigan)

Regional marketing manager—SEMrush (Germany)

Communications manager—Lime (Washington, D.C.)

Public relations and events coordinator—Able South Carolina (South Carolina)

Digital performance marketing manager—HelloFresh (Canada)

Senior manager/director of digital—Veeva Systems (Pennsylvania)

Employee communications specialist—OCLC (Ohio)

Corporate communications manager—IMAX (New York)

Communications manager—United Airlines (Illinois)

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