NBCU Is Looking For Pioneers
Feb. 22nd 2018
To say NBCU is a big deal would be an understatement. NBCU is one of the world's leading media and entertainment companies in the development, production, and marketing of entertainment, news and information to a global audience. They are in business to create and deliver content so compelling it entertains, informs and shapes our world.
They believe that the talent, creativity and diversity of their people are their greatest resources. They emphasize teamwork because they are smarter, more dynamic and better together. Above all, NBCU is committed to building a team of employees who believe in doing the right thing and treating people the right way (who can argue with that?!).
Do you want to join a team of people who are passionate about what they do and have a pioneering spirit? Take a look at their available jobs below, and make sure to follow NBCU on PowerToFly to stay in-the-know of any and all new opportunities!
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