Monster.com and the Boston Red Sox Teaming Up for Inaugural Rotational Business Initiative (RBI)

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Monster.com and the Boston Red Sox Teaming Up for Inaugural Rotational Business Initiative (RBI)

Monster Cool Jobs Program Now Helping the Boston Red Sox Find Better Talent

BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The Boston Red Sox and Monster.com, the worldwide leader in successfully connecting people to job opportunities and flagship brand of Monster Worldwide, Inc. (NYS: MWW) , today announced that the search is on to find a young professional to join the MLB franchise's inaugural Rotational Business Initiative (RBI) . Through Monster.com and its Cool Jobs program, the Red Sox are seeking a young professional to assist in various departments within the club, including but not limited to: Client Services, Ballpark Operations, Red Sox Sales Academy, Marketing, Ticket Sales & Services, Human Resources and Fan Services & Entertainment. The paid, 8 month program gives candidates the rare opportunity to work for a Major League Baseball team and gain on-the-job training in one of its key departments.


"This is a unique chance for the right young professional to experience first-hand every aspect of what it's like to work for a professional sports team," said Red Sox Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, Sam Kennedy. "We look forward to working with Monster to find the perfect candidate for this opportunity."

"The Associate position not only requires a passion for baseball, but demands some professional capabilities and skills," said Ted Gilvar, Executive Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer, Monster Worldwide. "We will help the Red Sox put their job in front of thousands of qualified candidates and our 6Sense technology will sift through all the resumes to find them a perfect match for this undeniably cool job."

Monster is on a mission to help job seekers and employers "Find Better®" - connecting people and job opportunities 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. The RBI search is the latest in Monster's Cool Jobs initiative, which highlights one-of-a-kind, real jobs that are relevant and aspirational to job seekers, aligned with the company'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/redsox from July 24 to September 24, 2013. The New Hire is expected to be made and begin rotation during the MLB playoffs with an on-field announcement in May of 2014.

About Monster Worldwide

Monster Worldwide, Inc. (NYS: MWW) , is the global leader in successfully connecting job opportunities and people. Monster uses the world's most advanced technology to help people Find Better, matching job seekers to opportunities via digital, social and mobile solutions including monster.com®, our flagship website, and employers to the best talent using 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.



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