New York Jets Team with Monster.com to Find New On-Air Reporter

  New York Jets Team with Monster.com to Find New On-Air Reporter

      Monster Cool Jobs Program Now Helping NewYorkJets.com Find Better

Business Wire

NEW YORK & MAYNARD, Mass. -- April 22, 2013

The New York Jets and Monster.com announced today that the search is on for
the right someone to join the NFL franchise’s staff as their new on-air
reporter. Through Monster.com and its Cool Jobs program, the Jets are seeking
candidates to serve as an on-air reporter for the team’s live website programs
for the 2013 season. The Jets and Monster launched the search today and will
announce the selected candidate at the first home game of the 2013 regular
season.

“This alliance not only provides an opportunity for the chosen candidate to
get unique experience, but delivers an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at
life as an NFL employee,” said Jets President, Neil Glat. “We’re looking
forward to adding a new and different voice to our talented reporting team to
entertain and inform our fans. We know we’ll be inundated with applicants, so
we’ve turned to Monster to help us find the right candidate in our search.”

The new reporter will join Senior Reporter and Team Insider Eric Allen to
conduct interviews, engage in dialog, and provide informed opinion to viewers
on the team’s official website, newyorkjets.com. The new reporter will appear
on Jets Talk LIVE with Eric Allen every Thursday at 3:00 p.m. from inside the
Atlantic Health Jets Training Center studios joined by Jets players, coaches,
and team personnel. Also, immediately following every Jets home game, the
reporter will appear on Jets Replay to provide a comprehensive game recap live
from MetLife Stadium featuring in-studio guests, game highlights, and fan
questions.

The Jets are looking for candidates that have up to three years of collegiate
or professional on-air experience. Candidates do not need prior experience in
sports specifically but they should be well-versed in live entertainment as
well as possess a deep knowledge of the Jets and the National Football League.

"The NY Jets.com on-air reporter role is a one-of-a-kind opportunity and very
cool job for the right person,"said Ted Gilvar, Executive Vice President,
Chief Marketing Officer, Monster Worldwide. “With our job seeker reach and our
proprietary matching technology, we’re confident that we’ll find the Jets the
ideal candidate.”

Monster is on a mission to help job seekers and employers “Find Better” –
connecting more efficiently and successfully through innovative technology
solutions, tools, and services. Through exclusive alliances with high profile
organizations that are truly looking for talent, Monster helps connect the
most uniquely qualified candidates with the coolest job opportunities on the
planet. “Cool Jobs” offers a one-of-a-kind, real job that is relevant and
aspirational to job seekers and represents Monster’s core brand tenets of
optimism, hope, and inspiring people to improve their lives. Monster is a
valued resource for some of the coolest jobs available at thousands of
companies.

Interested candidates can apply at www.monster.com/jets from April 22 through
June 14. Fans can visit newyorkjets.com/jetsnext to learn more about this
opportunity and follow the new talent throughout the season.

About Monster Worldwide

Monster Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE:MWW),is the global leader in successfully
connecting job opportunities and people. Monster uses the world's most
advanced technology to help peopleFind Better, matching job seekers to
opportunities via digital, social and mobile solutions includingmonster.com®,
our flagshipwebsite, and employers to the best talentusing a vast array of
products and services.As an Internet pioneer, more than 200 million people
have registered on the Monster Worldwide network. Today, with operations in
more than 40 countries, Monster provides the broadest, most sophisticated job
seeking, career management, recruitment and talent management capabilities
globally. For more information visit about-monster.com.

Contact:

New York Jets
Jessica Ciccone, 973-549-4677
jciccone@jets.nfl.com
or
Monster Worldwide
Kristen Gugliotta, 978-461-8089
kristen.gugliotta@monster.com
 
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