BUSINESS
04/13/2017 02:19 pm ET

United Airlines Wants YOU To Be Its Next Public Relations Manager

"Being part of big, transformative moments like this are rare," the company says.

Do you have the “courage” to work at a job where the “pace is fast”? Boy, do we have an opportunity for you!

United CEO Oscar Munoz apologized this week after one of his passengers was dragged from his seat on a flight from Chicago to
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United CEO Oscar Munoz apologized this week after one of his passengers was dragged from his seat on a flight from Chicago to Louisville, Kentucky.

A listing for a United Airlines brand public relations manager, posted Wednesday to the D.C.-based jobs site District Daybook, says that at United, “The pace is fast, our standards are high and the opportunities are boundless.”

“Being part of big, transformative moments like this are rare – so, if you have the courage, the creativity, the conviction, the agility, the leadership and most importantly the passion to help United reclaim its reputation as one of the world’s great and resilient companies we hope you’ll consider embarking on this journey with us,” it adds.

It appears that the job listing has been on United’s website since earlier this month. But after the company came under fire for dragging a screaming doctor from his seat on a flight Sunday in order to make room for employees, it’s probably more eager than ever for some new PR talent.

United CEO Oscar Munoz called the passenger, David Dao, “disruptive and belligerent,” but footage suggests otherwise. Dao’s lawyer said Thursday that his client had suffered a broken nose and concussion, and lost two teeth in the incident.

Good luck to every brave soul applying for their next PR gig with United. At least you’ll stay busy!

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