The National Football League, which is embroiled in a First Amendment tussle with Donald Trump, has posted a job listing for senior communications strategist.
Duties include "proactively developing plans and strategies aimed at publicly positioning the NFL to key audiences through all communications channels, both traditional and emerging media."
The successful candidate will create messaging to reflect the NFL's wide range of priorities, expedite organizational decision-making and provide crisis counseling to executives.
Eight years of communications or journalism experience, expertise in storytelling and issues management is required.
The league wants a person with intense work habits, who speaks his or her mind and is "comfortable working in a diverse environment."
Corporate, sports or entertainment communications experience is preferred.