The Sundance Institute is looking for a new director of media relations, a job that kind of speaks for itself. However, if you need a little extra encouragement to send that application in, here are three reasons why we think this job is so desirable.
1. You get to be a part of an outstanding non-profit. Art makes the world go ’round, and by working with this group, you’ll be helping independent artists get their groundbreaking work to the masses without commercial or political pressures.
2. You get to travel. If your passport is filled with stamps, this may be the perfect gig for you. You’ll be working long days and weeks, but jet-setting will be a part of your job. For some, that’s an ideal situation.
3. You get to go to Sundance. You’ll be developing messaging and media relations strategy for the organization, including its biggest event of the year, the Sundance Film Festival. This gig requires you to be there for its entire duration, so get ready to set up shop in Park City, Utah next year.
Does this sound like your dream job? Get more details about Sundance Institute’s opening and apply here.
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