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Tennessee Smokies (Posted October 23rd)

Full-Season General Internship: February – September 2010

These internships are on a rotating schedule with each intern working an equal amount of time in all four departments: ticketing, promotions, marketing/media and stadium operations. Responsibilities while in each department include, but are not limited to, the criteria listed below. All interns (except for concessions) will also spend time selling ticket packages over the phone to gain sales experience.

Ticketing Department:

  • Becoming familiar with the ticket system used by the Smokies
  • Filling ticket orders over the phone, Internet, and in-person
  • Assisting with season-ticket holder mailers, events and issues
  • Assisting in training and supervision of the game day ticket office staff
  • Basic customer service related to ticket issues
  • Various other duties related to working in a ticket office

Promotions Department:

  • Assist in mascot and other public appearances in the community
  • Assist in running Fan Assistance area during games
  • Assisting with the Smokies Summer Reading Program
  • Assisting with all Kids Club activities and newsletters
  • Various other duties related to community relations and game day promotions

Stadium Operations Department:

  • Pre-season concentration on cleaning and preparing the stadium for the season to begin
  • Assist in supervising the cleaning crew during and after games
  • Various other duties related to maintaining and operating a facility

Marketing/Media Department:

  • Assisting in preparing stats and information for press releases
  • Assisting in scheduling and supervising the press box during games
  • Compiling and delivering stats and reports to coaches and media personnel
  • Assisting in creation/development of content for team Web site
  • Assisting in running of team’s social media pages

Internship Application Instructions

Like what you’ve seen so far? Then send us your resume and cover letter stating which internship you are applying for. The deadline to get your resume and cover letter in for our internships listed above is December 1, 2009.

Please send your resume and cover letter to:

Smokies Baseball

Internship Coordinator

3540 Line Drive

Kodak, TN 37764

Or email your resume and cover letter to Dan Blue at: dblue@smokiesbaseball.com

Burns Entertainment & Sports Marketing (Posted October 23rd)

ONE INTERNSHIP SPOT LEFT IN SALES DIVISION FOR THE SPRING 2010 SEMESTER.

Internship is full-time, mid-January thru mid-May in Chicago

Looking for exceptional students interested in sales with a love of entertainment and/or sports!

Burns works with the nations largest PR Firms, Corporations, Advertising Agencies, Universities, Associations, and Not-For-Profit Groups, helping them select and hire celebrities and athletes, bringing campaigns and events to life.

Sales interns work in the Corporate Partnership Division developing and implementing portions of new business initiatives, reporting directly to V.P. Business Development

The benefits of this internship include learning how to cold call; research companies and contacts; learn the ins-and-outs of developing a prospective client from its infancy through the entire sales process; as well as client management. Not only will this experience improve sales skills, but it will enhance your ability to recognize a new business opportunity, and capitalize on each prospect. Upon completing this internship, you will have a better understanding of the business world, and be fully equipped in order to seize your place on the sales side of it.

See website for more details:

WWW.BURNSENT.COM

Hamilton Joes Baseball Club (Posted October 21st)

POSITION:        Assistant General Manager

REPORTS TO:  General Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:  The Assistant GM has the responsibly of assisting the General Manager of the Hamilton Joes in various capacities. The primary focus of this position is heading up the Joes Intern Program. The AGM must display writing skills, public speaking capabilities, leadership, and enthusiasm, be detail oriented, have integrity and, above all, stay focused so as to complete the job functions on time and in a commendable way. This is a full-time position starting April 1 and concluding in mid-August.

SPECIFIC JOB FUNCTIONS:

A.  Assist the GM in obtaining participation in “Special Events”. A “Special Event” consists of a business or organization having a special day for their employees/staff at the ballpark, recognizing the group over the PA and allowing one of them to throw out the first pitch. In addition, the AGM will take an important part in the Joes by making public appearances.

B.  Prepare biographical sketches and pictures on each of the Joes 30+ players and coaches to place on the Joes website and game day program. This project must be started and completed in the second quarter of each year.

C.  Recruit college students to fulfill the following volunteer positions:

On-Field Personalities (3), Sports Writers (2) Back-up PA Announcer (1)  Back-up Electronic score-keeper(1). From this group, one of them will function as a Scoreboard Operator.

Organize, train and supervise the interns in the specifics of their respective jobs:

On-Field Personalities:  To obtain fans to volunteer to participate in games and win prizes. These events are generally held between innings.

Sports writers will prepare articles that can be published in the following: Game Day Programs, web-sites of the Great Lakes League, Butler County Visitors Bureau and the Joes. Submit brief articles and stats to the Hamilton-Journal on away games and on those game days that a Journal writer is not available.

Scoreboard operator: One of the six interns will be designated to perform the Scoreboard Operator functions and another as a back-up.

Electronic score-keeper: At this time, the Joes have secured the services of an experienced electronic score-keeper. An intern will be trained to perform the electronic score-keeping functions should the primary operator not be available.

Have the interns report to you one hour before each home game to assist in putting up banners, cleaning the stands, setting up various equipment, such as microphones on-field promotion equipment and banners, securing fencing and preparing themselves for their own individual assignments. After the game, have the interns clean-up their own area, take down banners and put equipment away.

Have the interns participate in extracurricular activities such as the Nuxhall Character Education Program, Fourth of July Parade and fund raisers.

As their supervisor, communication is a key. Always make sure that the interns know their assignments, understand what is expected of them and report to you any necessary absence. Once the season is complete, prepare and issue letters of appreciation for their participation. Should we have a recognition day for interns at the ballpark, please prepare an appropriate certificate to recognize their efforts.

Email Mike Brennan at: mikebrennan@fuse.net

Pittsburgh Pirates (Posted October 15th)

Following are some details regarding participation in a spring training internship with the Florida Operations Department of the Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Club in Bradenton, Florida.

In order to gain a full understanding/appreciation of what is required to operate a spring training facility/minor league complex on a daily basis and in particular during events, the intern may potentially assist with and/or observe daily activities in any area of Florida Operations as needed.  The primary focus of the internship will be in ticketing and stadium operations but also may include, but may not be limited to:

  • Assist the Manager of Florida Operations in various tasks
  • Gameday Operations
  • Ticket Operations & Sales
  • Stadium Operations
  • Assist in operation of Pirate City dormitory, such as communicating with housekeeping and maintenance, inventorying rooms, and coordinating operation of the Pirate City store and concessions stand
  • Handle Pirate City front desk responsibilities when necessary
  • Community Relations, including:
    • Fill and record donation requests
    • Represent the Pirates at community and networking events
    • Coordinate player appearances
    • Assist with operation of Pirates inflatable speed pitch
  • Special Events, including:
    • Coordination of Pirate Fest
    • Assisting with Pirates Charities Spring Training Golf Classic
  • Marketing/Sales
  • Player Development/Minor League Operations
  • Transporting minor league players to Pirate City
  • Field Maintenance
  • Ancillary events as necessary (HS Tournaments, Baseball Camps, Corporate Meetings, Etc.)

The duration of an internship for the spring semester is January 4th through May 7th. Daily hours may vary on Pirate City and Spring Training schedule.

Our internships in Bradenton are unpaid.  Candidates must receive college credits for participating in our internship program.

To apply, please go to careers.pirates.com and fill out the application and upload your resume.

No phone calls please.

Trinity Christian College (Posted October 9th)

Trinity Christian College is seeking an intern to be part of our track and field coaching staff for the 2009-10 academic year. The intern will be expected to work 20-25 hours per week and preference will be given to candidates with expertise in the throwing events. A stipend of $800/month is provided, plus the opportunity for reduced-cost housing in campus apartments. Starting date is negotiable.

A bachelor’s degree is required. Competition experience on the high school and college level is also desired. Any previous coaching experience is a plus. Candidates must support the goals, beliefs and expectations of Trinity Christian College and be able to articulate a mature Christian faith.

Please send resumes to jeff.raymond@trnty.edu.

James Madison University (Posted October 9th)

James Madison University, a Division I member of the NCAA and Colonial Athletic Association is seeking an Equipment Room Graduate Athletic Assistant for the 2010 Spring semester and is renewable for the 2010-11 academic year. A tuition waiver is available for the 2010 Spring semester including up to 9 graduate credits. An assistantship stipend in the amount of approximately $4,300 will also be provided. Assistantship dates will run approximately from January 10, 2010 – May 9, 2010 and may be renewed for the 2010-2011 academic year. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Responsibilities include assisting the Director of Equipment Services with the equipment operations for 13 varsity sport programs. The Graduate Athletic Assistant will assist with keeping tracking of all inventory through the SportSoft inventory system; oversight of night and weekend laundry operations; ensuring purchase orders are properly filled; maintaining an organized and clean equipment room; delivering packages to coaches and athletic staff; assisting with one-on-one meetings with coaches to ensure proper equipment is dispersed to student-athletes; creating and updating various Excel spreadsheets. The successful candidate will ensure compliance with all relevant institutional, CAA, NCAA regulations.

Bachelor degree required. Previous experience in collegiate equipment operations and AEMA certification is beneficial. Qualified applicants should be proficient with Microsoft Office, especially Excel and should have strong customer service skills. Candidate must meet university qualifications for enrollment to graduate school. Review of applications will begin October 6, 2009. To apply for this position go to https://JobLink.jmu.edu and reference posting number 0403152. EOE/AA

University of Arkansas at Monticello (Posted October 7th)

University of Arkansas at Monticello Department of Athletics Head Coach/Graduate Assistant for Men’s and Women’s Golf

The Department of Athletics at University of Arkansas at Monticello, a Division II member of the Gulf South Conference, has a Head Coach/Graduate Assistant Position available in the sport of Men’s and Women’s Golf. All applicants must be eligible for an approved graduate program at the University of Arkansas at Monticello (UAM) or the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR). The successful candidate will be granted time for graduate course work and class attendance. This is a non-benefits eligible position.

Responsibilities: University of Arkansas at Monticello is seeking a highly motivated candidate with prior coaching and/or playing experience to be responsible for coaching, recruiting, and supervising all phases of the Men’s and Women’s Golf Program.

Compensation: Tuition and fee payment for graduate classes in an approved program at the University of Arkansas at Monticello or the University of Arkansas at Little Rock; monthly stipend of $500.00; private residential room w/private entrance; and a University meal plan. This is a nine month appointment.

Application process: Interested parties may contact Chris Ratcliff at 870-460-1058 or by E-mail: ratcliff@uamont.edu

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. UAM is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer.

Northwestern University (Posted October 7th)

Description: The Graduate Assistant (GA) Strength and Conditioning Coach reports to the Head and Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coaches and assists in all aspects of Northwestern University’s men’s and woman’s athletic performance programs. This position is a 17-month appointment beginning January 4, 2010 and ending June 15, 2011. Acceptance into a graduate program at Northwestern University is required. The GA must enroll in at least one course per quarter including summer quarter. A tuition waiver is provided and will cover up to six courses per year. A monthly stipend is provided in the amount of $1,045 per month. This position does not provide benefits.

Responsibilities: Assist in all aspects of Northwestern University’s men’s and woman’s athletic performance programs, including but not limited to warm ups, flexibility training, strength and speed training, conditioning and athlete assessments; Responsible for strength and conditioning programs which elicit safe and correct execution of exercise technique; Effectively communicate with athletic trainers and coaches on exercise protocol; Other duties as required or assigned.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in an exercise science related field; Strong desire to pursue a career in athletic performance; Membership in NSCA; CSCS certified or actively seeking certification – certification required by appointment start date; Current CPR and First Aid certifications; Previous strength and conditioning coaching experience with collegiate student-athletes; Knowledge of rules and regulations of the NCAA, Big Ten Conference and Northwestern University.

Application Procedure: Please submit resume, cover letter, three references, proof of CSCS, CPR and First Aid certifications, unofficial transcript and proof of acceptance into a graduate program at Northwestern University to Northwestern University, c/o Larry Lilja, 1501 Central Street, Evanston, IL 60208.

Graduate Programs’ Application Deadlines:

School of Continuing Studies – http://www.scs.northwestern.edu/ Winter 2010 Deadline – October 23, 2009

The Graduate School – http://www.tgs.northwestern.edu/ Application deadlines vary from program to program. Academic Program List – http://www.tgs.northwestern.edu/academics/programlist/

School of Education – http://www.sesp.northwestern.edu/ Winter 2010 Deadlines – November 20, 2009 for matriculated status and December 4, 2009 for non-matriculated status

Valdosta State University (Posted October 6th)

Valdosta State University is accepting applications for a graduate teaching assistant/graduate assistant baseball coach for January 2010-May 2011. Duties include the dual responsibilities of maintaining a satisfactory academic performance and of successfully performing the assigned teaching of classes in the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education and other responsibilities assigned by the Head Baseball Coach. We are offering a monthly Graduate Assistant salary, and full tuition waiver. Send or fax a letter of application, resume, three references, and unofficial transcripts to: Greg Guilliams, Head Baseball Coach Valdosta State University 1500 N. Patterson Street Valdosta, GA 31698. 229/259-5561 (fax).

American Junior Golf Association (Posted October 1st)

The AJGA is looking for talented and well-rounded applicants to serve as tournament operations and communications interns. The tournament operations and communications internship is an entry-level position and applicants must be at least 20 years old prior to May 18th. The interns will travel extensively throughout the United States during the internship to help conduct national junior golf tournaments. The AJGA hires more than 50 interns between our spring and summer internships to help the full-time staff conduct more than 80 events throughout the year.

Tournament Operations Internship Job Responsibilities: • On-course rules officiating • General tournament set-up and preparation • Golf course set-up and preparation • Starting and scoring of players • Media and public relations • Monitoring equipment inventory, maintenance and replenishment • Public speaking

Communications Internship Job Responsibilities: In addition to the above duties, Communications interns will: • Post results and news releases • Prepare each tournament’s printed materials • Tournament photography • Distribute results to local and national media • Update the AJGA’s Web site, ajga.org • Media and public relations

Internship Details: Spring: March – May 2010; Summer May – September 2010 (End dates vary depending on your school schedule). Interns are paid $200/week, all travel expenses are covered and this internship may be used to receive college credit. Polo Golf/Polo Ralph Lauren uniforms, Under Armour shoes and Bolle sunglasses will be provided for all interns.

Apply online on the NCAA Job Board

Berry College (Posted September 30th)

The Berry College Athletic Department has an opening in Athletic Training for a graduate assistant/internship. The position is a 10 month position. The position includes an $8000 stipend and a tuition waiver. Responsibilities of the position include medical coverage of athletic teams including travel; supervision of student employees; and administrative responsibilities including but not limited to documentation of injury and insurance claims coordination.

Berry College is an independent, coeducational college with fully accredited arts, sciences and professional programs plus specialized graduate programs in education and business administration. The college is recognized as one of the outstanding comprehensive colleges in the South. Berry’s integrated education of the head, the heart and the hands unites a challenging scholastic program with opportunities for spiritual and moral growth, worthwhile work and significant service to others. Today, as throughout its history, Berry encourages its students and graduates to be more and do more — for themselves and others.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree and NATABOC certification or eligible.

To apply submit a letter of intent, resume, official undergraduate transcripts from all colleges and universities attended, and three letters of reference to: Berry College, Athletic Department, P. O. Box 495015, Mount Berry, GA 30149-5015. Review of resumes will begin immediately. Berry College is an equal opportunity employer. For ADA Accommodations please contact our ADA Coordinator VTTY 706-233-4062. Persons filling out an application for employment with Berry College may be required to submit to a full national background check.

The University of California, Berkeley (Posted September 25th)

The University of California, Berkeley, is the preeminent public university in the country. We’re also one of the leading employers in the San Francisco Bay Area. We are currently seeking an intern for our Travel Department. This internship will last 4 months with the possibility of extension and will be unpaid but may be used to meet college program credit requirements.

The intern will assist the Cal Athletics Travel Department and will support all aspects of Intercollegiate Athletic travel. Individuals will develop skills to help plan and arrange airfare, lodging, and transportation for team travel, coaches’ recruiting trips, prospective student athletes’ official visits to campus and staff travel. The intern will also learn how to enforce cost containment strategies, aid assistant coaches in maintaining their travel budgets and reconcile all expenses and invoices associated with travel.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Travel Arrangements A. Assist with all travel arrangements for the Athletic Department. This includes team travel (27 Intercollegiate teams), recruiting (100 coaches traveling year-round throughout the world), visiting prospective student athletes, staff and local travel. 1. Begin to research and negotiate the terms/conditions/rates for team travel accommodations with outside vendors for team hotels, meal functions, and ground transportation. 2. Help secure, review and process contracts and direct bill applications for hotels and bus companies. 3. Aid in coordinating trip details and updating changes the week of travel. This will include providing hotels with rooming lists, team itineraries, special instructions from the coaches, and confirming flight times and pick-up and drop-off locations and times for ground transportation. 4. Compile Team Travel Packets for each team the week of travel. 5. Work with coaches and budget managers to coordinate upcoming year’s travel. B. Serve as the business office liaison with corporate sponsors in the Travel sector. 1. Drive business to designated corporate sponsors. 2. Track trade usage for accounting purposes. C. Issue and manage department direct bill credit cards. Educate staff on proper use. D. Schedule and manage the Athletic Department’s vans.

Travel Administration A. Assist in preparing and processing all paperwork associated with travel. Ensure compliance with IA Department, University, and NCAA policies, as well as Pac-10 conference rules. 1. Learn and enforce proper procedure for all travel arrangements, including using the correct forms and obtaining proper approval levels. 2. Prepare BFS Purchase orders. 3. Review and process invoices for payment 4. Update various IA department databases in order to track trips, hotel reservations, flight itineraries, etc. 5. Field phone calls made to the Travel Office. 6. Copy, file, and fax Travel Department request forms, contracts, invoices, and purchase orders B. Review requests for travel advances and distribute.

Required: Excellent computer skills. Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal. Excellent customer service skills. The ability to problem solve, multi-task, handle and prioritize a heavy workload and perform under pressure. Organized and detail oriented. Able to work 20 hours per week.

Preferred: Completed Bachelor’s degree or fulfilling final credits required to complete Bachelor’s degree. Master’s degree or degree candidate preferred. Ideally looking for someone interested in college-level athletics and working in a travel field.

For more information on our department, please visit http://www.calbears.com. The University of California, Berkeley is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. This position has been designated as sensitive and may require a Criminal Background Check. We reserve the right to make employment contingent upon successful completion of a Criminal Background Check.

TO APPLY: Please send your resume, cover letter and references to workforcal@berkeley.edu.

Eastern Illinois University (Posted September 24th)

Eastern Illinois University, A NCAA Dividion I member of the Ohio Valley Conference, invites applications for the position of Graduate Assistant Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach. Position begins January, 2010.

Acceptance into Graduate School at EIU is required. For more information regarding the Gradaute programs; you can visit http://www.eiu.edu/~graduate/prospective_students/admissions.php. Tuition waiver and competitive stipend is available. Preference will be given to candidates with NCAA Division I playing experience and/or a strong knowledge in stroke mechanics. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to motivate student-athletes in a group or individual setting are also necessary. The individual hired will be responsible for assisting the head coach in all phases of administration for the men’s and women’s tennis programs, within university, conference and NCAA rules and regulations.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and three references to Head Coach John Blackburn at jblackburn@eiu.edu.

Hickory Crawdads (Posted Sept 21)

Class “A” Affiliate of the Texas Rangers

The Hickory Crawdads have numerous numerous openings for their 2010 summer internship program. Please contact Brett if interested at

Brett Koch

Director of Promotions

Hickory Crawdads

Class “A” Affiliate of the Texas Rangers

P (828) 322-3000 ext. 223

F (828) 322-6137

http://www.hickorycrawdads.com

United States Olympic Committee (posted September 12th)

The United States Olympic Committee has numerous Internship Opportunities for individuals working towards a degree in Sport Management, Exercise Science, Marketing and other related fields.

Interns work with either a Division of the USOC (i.e. Operations, Paralympics, Athlete Services, Strength & Conditioning, etc.) or with one of our National Governing Bodies (i.e. US Fencing, USA Swimming, USA Boxing, etc.)

Work locations include Colorado Springs, CO; Lake Placid, NY; Chula Vista, CA.

Notes: 25 openings.

Additional Salary Information: Resumes must be submitted online. Please include your resume, cover letter & optional letters of recommendation in 1 attachment Application Deadline: Friday, October 30th Interviews: Mid November Internship: January – May 2010 Room & Board may be provided at the Colorado Springs Training Center for a biweekly payroll deduction of $379.17 Paid Internship: $8.50/hour paid for hours worked, no pay for holidays or vacation Successful applicant will be subject to an in-depth background check

Apply online on the NCAA Job Board

Stanford University Athletics (Posted September 8th)

Sports Performance Internship STANFORD UNIVERSITY (Stanford, CA), is seeking qualified applicants for a Sports Performance Internship with Olympic sports. This is an unpaid internship that will begin in January 2010 and end in June 2010. Internship dates coincide with most semester long programs. Internship responsibilities include: assisting the Sports Performance staff with the implementation of strength and conditioning, speed, agility, flexibility, mobility and nutritional programs. Additional duties include, but are not limited to: monitoring the Sports Performance facilities and aiding the Sport Performance staff in various aspects of coaching, testing and evaluation. Interns are expected to stay for the entire duration of the internships unless other arrangements have been made. Applicants that require internship for completion of a degree are preferred. Please send cover letter, resume and references to the following address: Jason Quan, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, Arrillaga Family Sports Center, 641 East Campus Drive, Stanford, CA 94305, email to jasquan@stanford.edu

Notes: 4 openings.  US residents only.

Burns Entertainment & Sports Marketing, Inc. (Posted Sept 4th)

NOW ACCEPTING RESUMES FOR THE SPRING 2010 SEMESTER

Internship is full-time, mid-January thru mid-May in Chicago

Looking for exceptional students with a love of entertainment and/or sports who have aspirations to work in this industry!

Burns works with the nations largest PR Firms, Corporations, Advertising Agencies, Colleges, Associations, and Not-For-Profit Groups, helping them select and hire celebrities and athletes bringing campaigns and events to life.

See website for more details on the company

http://www.burnsent.com

Please send your resumes via e-mail to Michelle Harness at:

michelle@burnsent.com

Iona College (Posted September 4th)

Iona College, a member of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference is now accepting applicants for the position of Recreation and Intramural intern for the 2009-2010 Academic Year (September 8-June 30). Interested candidates should submit a current resume with three references and a cover letter detailing applicable experience. Salary: $1,000.00/month for 10-months. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from accredited college or university. Duties include but are not limited to the following: assist with management, scheduling, and maintenance of the Hynes Athletics Center, as well as assist in oversight of all intramural and recreation activities.

Requirements: The ideal candidate will have strong personal communication skills and the willingness to work evening and weekend hours as determined by the position.

Additional salary information: $1,000/month for 10 months

Apply online on the  NCAA Job Board

The University of California, Berkeley (Posted August 28th)

The University of California, Berkeley, is the preeminent public university in the country. We’re also one of the leading employers in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Cal Athletic Ticket Office is currently seeking 2 full-time interns in paid positions for the one-year appointments. This internship is designed to expose the individual to all aspects of ticket office operations and act as a liaison with coaches and the director of operations for each primary sport. The monthly stipend is $1600 and full medical benefits.

For more information on our department, please visit: http://calbears.com.

RESPONSIBILITIES: • Assist in day-to-day activities in the ticket office • Use of Paciolan/Ticketmaster will include: on-line ticketing, ticket reconciliations, data entry and complimentary tickets • Supervised directly by the Associate Director of Ticket Operations • The candidate will work Football and Men’s Basketball games but serve as the primary liaison for Women’s Soccer, Baseball, Track and Field, and secondary for Women’s Basketball and Rugby • This position will work with Facilities, Marketing, Events Management and other units within the Athletic Department to coordinate game days • Other duties as assigned

HOW TO APPLY: Apply online at: http://jobs.berkeley.edu indicating the job code 10060. Please include a cover letter, resume and three references with your application. To be considered for this position, you must also email these items to lranieri@berkeley.edu.

The University of California, Berkeley, is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer a diverse working environment, competitive salaries, and comprehensive benefits. This position has been designated as sensitive and requires a Criminal Background Check. We reserve the right to make employment contingent upon successful completion of a Criminal Background Check.

Requirements: • A bachelor’s degree is required • Qualified candidates should possess strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills, and be able to work in a fast paced customer service environment • Ability to work nights and weekends • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel.

Preferred: • Previous experience in a ticket office and working knowledge of Paciolan/Ticketmaster ticketing systems • Master’s Degree or internship credit required for a degree • Familiarity with NCAA and PAC-10 Conference regulations and procedures • Demonstration of high levels of enthusiasm, creativity, and initiative.

Towson University (Posted August 26th)

The Department of Athletics at Towson University invites applications for three Internships for the 2009-10 academic year. A Bachelor’s degree is required for each position, and the selected candidate will earn a monthly stipend of $1500 for 10 months based on an hourly rate. The dates of employment for each position are flexible and determined by immediate supervisor. Excellent organizational and interpersonal communication skills, ability to work in a fast-paced environment, and evenings and weekends required. Towson University is a member of the Colonial Athletic Association and the Eastern College Athletic Conference (Gymnastics), competing in 20 varsity sports.

Equipment Management Intern (#CN-100242-09)
Reporting to the Head Equipment Manager, the Intern’s duties include providing assistance to the management of the Equipment Rooms, inventory, team uniform issuing and receiving, storage, laundry, game operations and minor repairs of equipment and other duties as assigned by the Equipment Manager.

Facilities & Event Management Intern (#CN-100243-09)
Reporting to the Assistant Athletic Director for Facilities and Event Management, the Intern will assist with the management of all indoor and outdoor athletic facilities; may have direct responsibility for the management of field hockey, swimming and diving, and baseball game operations; provide assistance for football and men’s basketball game operations; manage athletic department property control records; make schedule updates to the athletics master calendar; develop and update a visitor’s guide for athletic events; manage assigned building and maintenance projects; and perform other duties as assigned by the Assistant Athletic Director.

Video Services Intern (#CN-100244-09)
Reporting to the Coordinator of Video Services, the Intern will assist with the management and operations of the video support area including video capture and editing for various sports using various systems; schedule camera operators for selected practice and/or competitions; be a communication point for selected coaches; assist in the creation of team end of year videos; and perform other duties as assigned by the Coordinator.

To apply for one of these internships, submit a resume with a cover letter stating the appropriate Title, Vacancy # and contact information for three employer references to TU Office of Human Resources, 8000 York Road, Towson, MD 21252-0001 (FAX 410-704-2891). The selection process will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled. The Title and Vacancy # must be included to be considered. A Criminal Background Investigation is required for the hired candidate and the results may impact employment. The positions are contingent on funds being available at time of hire.

Office of Human Resources
8000 York Road
Towson, Maryland
21252-0001

Fax: 410.704.2891

Website/Application:
www.towson.edu/jobs

Towson University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and has a strong institutional commitment to diversity. Women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.

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