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Senior Director, Communications

Job Summary

The Senior Director/Director of Communications will report to the Chief Business Officer and is an integral role that will help shape the Club’s identity from the beginning. The selected individual will manage the overall communications, media and public relations strategy for all Inter Miami CF initiatives across all entities and platforms. 

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Oversee the overall communications, media and public relations strategy for all Inter Miami CF initiatives, including reputation management, crisis communications, and day-to-day activities.
  • Serve as the day-to-day communications contact for Inter Miami CF, managing incoming media requests and working with internal departments, players and technical staff to plan and execute media opportunities.
  • Be completely integrated with all things team-related to develop and pitch storyline ideas, both for media and internal communications channels, and open doors for content opportunities that help the brand.
  • Foster relationships with other departments to stay informed of new initiatives and to support Club-wide marketing, sales, corporate partnership, broadcasting and business initiatives as needed.
  • Develop written communications (press releases, media advisories, player announcements, matchday communications, Club events, etc.).
  • Oversee media operations for matchday and Inter Miami CF events, press box operations and check-in, game notes, match recaps, etc.
  • Develop and nurture relationships with local, national and international press (including English and Spanish-language).
  • Manage incoming interview requests.
  • Craft pitches for placement of stories about the team, players, executives, etc.
  • Build relationships/work closely with league-wide communications personnel, broadcast partners and media across the soccer landscape.
  • Contribute content on Inter Miami CF media properties including, social media and matchday publications.
  • All other related duties as assigned. 

Qualifications and Skills 

  • Bachelor’s degree in public relations, journalism, marketing, communications, or related field preferred.
  • Minimum of 7+ years of relevant experience in public relations, media, journalism, communications, or marketing.
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of related experience in sports preferred.
  • Extensive national and international media contacts and demonstrated ability to place stories preferred.
  • Ability to establish effective working relationships with a variety of media and community contacts (such as newspapers, TV, radio, online/social media, etc.).
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and make quick decisions using sound judgment.
  • Ability to anticipate problems and identify opportunities to build/protect the Inter Miami CF brand.
  • Ability to think strategically, creatively, and in an effective manner while managing multiple issues and projects.
  • Ability to speak professionally and effectively in public forums.
  • Knowledge and passion for Major League Soccer and the growth of the sport preferred.
  • Possess exceptional interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills and strong attention to detail.
  • Bilingual (English and Spanish) fluency required.
  • Strong PC skills (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint).
  • Ability to work extended hours, weekends and holidays when required. 

Benefits and Perks

  • Inter Miami CF offers a competitive compensation package as well as medical, dental, vision, disability insurance, life insurance, 401k retirement plan, paid time off, parental leave and professional development.
  • Team merch, business casual dress code, corporate discounts, free parking, and much more.

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Inter Miami CF is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital status, protected veteran status, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

All applicants must pass a pre-employment background check.

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