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Director of Equipment Operations | Troy University
Troy, Alabama, The Director of Equipment Operations position in Athletics is responsible for managing the Athletics Department equipment room; maintaining appropriate equipment inventories for the football program; monitoring and coordinating all athletics laundry services; assisting all coaches with ordering of equipment; responsible for all Adidas apparel ordering and football equipment ordering for the department. This position is also the Head Equipment Manager for football. Minimum of one year of related experience. Bachelor's Degree Required.
Assistant Coach - Strength and Conditioning | Harvard University
Boston, Massachusetts, Under the direction of the Director of Strength & Conditioning, the Assistant Coach will help run the Strength and Conditioning program at Harvard. The Assistant Coach will be responsible for developing, implementing, and teaching strength and conditioning programs for assigned varsity teams. Works closely with the Sports Medicine Department as a member of the Health and Performance Team. 1. Develop, administer and implement strength and conditioning programs for varsity athletes. Design, organize, administer, supervise and implement off-season, pre-season, in-season and post-season sport-specific strength and conditioning programs for varsity athletes as assigned. Strength and Conditioning Program designs are to be based upon appropriate scientific based periodization models taking into consideration transition periods, appropriate athlete skill and development levels and sport specific requirements. Communicate effectively and develop positive working relationships with assigned head coaches, athletes, sports medicine staff and administrators. Work in cooperation with assigned sport coaches and athletic trainers to identify team needs/goals and areas identified for improvement in team performance and injury prevention. Design, supervise and administer injury prevention programs. Maintain proper documentation of written strength and conditioning programs for assigned sport programs. Instruct student-athletes on proper running and wt. training movements, including Olympic style lifts. Coordinate strength and conditioning programs with related rehabilitation activities developed by athletic trainers. Administer pre-season and off-season fitness evaluations per Harvard Athletics Guidelines in Response to NCAA Preventing Catastrophic Injury and Death in Collegiate Athletics Legislation. Assist the Director of Strength and Conditioning with promoting an environment of student-athlete health and safety consistent with NCAA Best Practices and Harvard Athletic Guidelines. Support strength and conditioning facility/team schedules as determined by the Director of Strength and Conditioning. Assist in supporting and enforcing strength and conditioning department policies and procedures. Work with sports dietitian on information related to nutrition, body weight or body composition from student-athletes or coaches. Motivate all athletes to pursue excellence and educate them through athletics. Provide service in a safe, respectful and productive environment. Ensure compliance with Harvard, Ivy League, and NCAA policies and regulations, including NCAA policies on banned substances. 2. Maintain professional certifications and promote the professional development of the Strength & Conditioning under-graduate and graduate interns and assistants. Maintain certification pursuant to CSCCA or NSCA (see below). Supervise and teach student interns by directing and evaluating their work. 3. Assist with the maintenance and upkeep of the Strength & Conditioning weight rooms, equipment and facilities. Ensure the preventive maintenance and appropriate repair of equipment. Maintain appropriate maintenance records. Basic Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required. At least 1 year experience coaching strength and conditioning. Additional Qualifications and Skills: Bachelor’s Degree preferably in Exercise Science, Kinesiology, or related field. Master’s degree preferred. Proficient in coaching Olympic style lifts, plyometrics, speed development, conditioning and sports science technologies. Strong leadership, interpersonal, communication and organization skills necessary; ability to work with and relate well to a diverse group of athletes, coaches, administrators and other University constituencies. Successful candidate must have the ability to establish himself/herself as a respected coach to athletes, coaches, and athletic administrators. Basic proficiency with MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook) and web-based applications. Certificates and Licenses: CSCCA ( Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association ) certification or NSCA ( National Strength & Conditioning Association ) certification. Physical Requirements: Should be able to lift and move equipment weighing up to 130 pounds. Working Conditions: Night, weekend and holiday work required. Travel may also be required, particularly in post-season competition and during tournaments. May need to work in a variety of extreme weather conditions, including heat, rain and cold. Work-Format: On-Site The health of our workforce is a priority for Harvard University. With that in mind, we strongly encourage all employees to be up-to-date on CDC-recommended vaccines. Benefits: We invite you to visit Harvard's Total Rewards website ( https://hr.harvard.edu/totalrewards ) to learn more about our outstanding benefits package, which may include: Health and Welfare: Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision benefits, disability and life insurance programs, along with voluntary benefits. Most coverage begins as of your start date. Work/Life and Wellness: Child and elder/adult care resources including on campus childcare centers, Employee Assistance Program, and wellness programs related to stress management, nutrition, meditation, and more. Retirement: University-funded retirement plan with contributions from 5% to 15% of eligible compensation, based on age and earnings with full vesting after 3 years of service. Tuition Assistance Program: Competitive program including $40 per class at the Harvard Extension School and reduced tuition through other participating Harvard graduate schools. Tuition Reimbursement: Program that provides 75% to 90% reimbursement up to $5,250 per calendar year for eligible courses taken at other accredited institutions. Professional Development: Programs and classes at little or no cost, including through the Harvard Center for Workplace Development and LinkedIn Learning. Commuting and Transportation: Various commuter options handled through the Parking Office, including discounted parking, half-priced public transportation passes and pre-tax transit passes, biking benefits, and more. Harvard Facilities Access, Discounts and Perks: Access to Harvard athletic and fitness facilities, libraries, campus events, credit union, and more, as well as discounts to various types of services (legal, financial, etc.) and cultural and leisure activities throughout metro-Boston.
Assistant Wrestling Coach | Binghamton University
Binghamton, New York, Binghamton University, a NCAA Division I institution, member of the America East Conference and the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association (EIWA) for the sport of wrestling, is seeking two Assistant Wrestling Coaches. These positions will assist in all aspects of the wrestling program under the direction of the head coach including instruction, conducting practices and teaching skill development, match preparation, film review, recruiting, budget, team travel, scheduling and serving as an academic advising liaison. Required: Bachelor's degree Preferred: Master's degree Minimum of 1-3 years' experience at the Division 1 intercollegiate athletics level Visa sponsorship is not available for this position
Manager of Football Creative | AFAAC
Colorado Springs, Colorado, DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Oversees and leads the football team in all creative media initiatives to include graphic design, creative video, and photography as they relate to social media and recruiting Works autonomously to ensure projects are completed on time and identifies new projects to further the Air Force football brand Responsible for all football recruiting creative efforts to include planning, creation, and distribution to appropriate parties Serves as the principal football creative for projects from conception through production; research, strategizes, conceptualizes, proposes, and designs creative projects for electronic, print, web, and interactive media Oversee a football creative team comprised of cadet-managers and interns/volunteers to include but not limited to recruitment, training, and mentoring Produce compelling video content for digital and social outlets from ideation to finished product including scripting, shooting, editing and graphic design Shoot photo and video of home games, practice sessions, locker room interviews, player and community outreach features, and other projects as needed Maintains strong understanding of industry trends and adjusts accordingly with AF branding. Responsible for establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with professional organizations, administrators, coaches, and staff At the direction of the marketing & creative department vision, applies brand guideline specifications and ensures consistency on quality during design and production Understands and adheres to a variety of department and Academy brand standards, NCAA and MWC compliance policies Reports directly to the Director of Digital Media with a dotted line to the Director of Recruiting with collaboration in mind. Performs other duties as assigned REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience required Experience working in college or professional athletics is highly desired Demonstrated professional experience with the Adobe Creative Suite required Strong skills in graphic design are required Graphic design and creative video skills are preferred Proven storytelling ability using design and video Experience with ENG style and/or DSLR filming and editing Strong planning and organizational skills Demonstrated passion for football and understanding of the game Ability to deliver quality work in a fast-paced, high volume environment Ability to work an irregular schedule including, evenings, weekends, holidays and travel as required by the team’s schedule Successful experience in creating and implementing digital communications in support of recruiting efforts in collegiate athletics is preferred Must be authorized to work in the U.S. and successfully pass a background check
Graduate Assistant: Men’s Tennis | Belmont University
Nashville, Tennessee, Belmont University’s Department of Athletics is currently accepting applications for a Graduate Assistant position with its Men’s Tennis program for the 2024-25 and 2025-26 academic years. The successful candidate will report to the Head Men’s Tennis Coach and assist with multiple aspect of the program, including but not limited to: Assisting with coaching at all practices and competitions; Assisting with the evaluation and recruitment of student-athletes; Transporting student-athletes to and from competition sites; Stringing racquets for team members; Performing various administrative and operational tasks, including planning and coordinating team travel (booking hotels, planning meals, reserving van transportation, preparing travel itineraries, etc.); purchasing equipment; completing budget and expense reports; team scheduling; alumni relations; special events; NCAA compliance documentation; and day-to-day facility operations; Compliance with all NCAA, Conference, University, and Department of Athletics policies; Other duties as assigned by the Head Coach. Compensation: The Graduate Assistant position is a two-year commitment beginning with the 2024-25 academic year and includes a tuition waiver of 6 graduate credit hours plus student fees per term (summer terms excluded), for a total of 24 credit hours. The position does not include a stipend. Graduate assistants must maintain at least 6 hours of graduate-level credit per semester to be eligible. Opportunities for additional income through tennis classes & camps run by both programs jointly. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and acceptance into Belmont University’s Master of Sport Administration program or another approved graduate program. The ideal candidate will have competed at the NCAA Division I level, performing with distinction as a member of a competitive tennis program. Additional requirements include strong communication, organizational, and supervisory skills; the capacity to model mature, responsible leadership; the ability to multi-task and work well in a fast-paced, team environment; proficient in MS Word and Excel. The candidate must be willing to work weekends and holidays. Applicants must hold a valid U.S. driver’s license and submit to a criminal background check and motor vehicle report, subject to review and approval by Belmont University. How to apply: For consideration, please submit a cover letter, resume, contact information for three professional references, and unofficial copies of college transcripts to: Jeff Cero Head Coach, Men’s Tennis Belmont University Jeff.email@example.com Review of applicants will begin immediately. Interested candidates are strongly encouraged to begin the admissions application to the Master of Sport Administration program or another approved graduate program immediately. For information about Belmont’s graduate programs, please visit: https://www.belmont.edu/academics/graduate/index.html. Belmont University is an Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
Head Coach- Acrobatics & Tumbling | Simpson College
Indianola, Iowa, Simpson Colege invites applicatins for the new created position of Head Coach - Acrobatics & Tumbling. This positin will oversee entire operations for the Acrobatics & Tumbling program. Position will also serve as the recruiting coordinator for the cheer & dance programs. Essential Functions/Responsibilities: 1. Serves as a representative of the College, displaying courtesy, tact, consideration, and discretion in all interactions with other members of the SC community and with the public. 2. Train and coach the acrobatics & tumbling team and recruit appropriately qualified student-athletes. 3. Monitor the academic progress of student-athletes and provide encouragement, support, and referral assistance as appropriate. 4. Supervise and monitor roster and athletic enrollment goals in accordance with the established College financial aid policies for the acrobatics & tumbling, cheer, and dance programs. 5. Provide faculty members with the names of student-athletes and the dates they will be away from campus for athletic competitions. 6. Control budget expenditures for acrobatics & tumbling and control and maintain athletic equipment. Provide reports to the Director of Athletics as requested. 7. Assist with appropriate athletic publicity in cooperation with the Director of Athletics Communication. 8. Develop appropriate schedule for intercollegiate competition and make all necessary arrangements (i.e. transportation, meals, housing, etc.). 9. Work in cooperation with the Director of Athletics and the Director of Athletics Communication to promote and increase attendance and revenue at athletic competitions. 10. Meet with potential students as designated by the Office of Admissions while recruiting. 11. Submit to the Director of Athletics lists of all potential student-athletes prior to the beginning of the season for the determination of eligibility. 12. Participate in continuing education and testing programs as required by the NCAA, conference affiliation, or Simpson College. 13. Abide by all regulations, policies, and procedures of the NCAA, conference affiliation, and Simpson College, including the Simpson College Code of Ethics for Coaches. 14. Monitor and enforce players’ compliance with Simpson College Code of Ethics for Student-Athletes. 15. Implement and develop fundraising strategies through booster clubs, camps, and other projects to support annual operating budget. Qualifications, Skills, Abilities, Special Licenses or Certificate: Valid Driver’s License, CPR Certification, and all relevant acrobatics & tumbling training & safety certifications required for coaching a D III intercollegiate athletic program. Experience coaching is preferred. Master's Degree preferred. Bachelor's required.
Senior Academic Counselor, Athletics | Southern Methodist University
Dallas, Texas, Salary Range: Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications About SMU: A nationally ranked private university located near the heart of Dallas, SMU is a distinguished center for global research and teaching. SMU’s more than 12,000 diverse, high-achieving students come from all 50 states and over 80 countries to take advantage of the University’s small classes, meaningful research opportunities, leadership development, community service, international study and innovative programs. SMU serves approximately 7,000 undergraduates and 5,000 graduate students through eight degree-granting schools: Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences, Cox School of Business, Lyle School of Engineering, Meadows School of the Arts, Simmons School of Education and Human Development, Dedman School of Law, Perkins School of Theology and Moody School of Graduate and Advanced Studies. SMU is data driven, and its powerful supercomputing ecosystem – paired with entrepreneurial drive – creates an unrivaled environment for the University to deliver research excellence. Now in its second century of achievement, SMU is recognized for the ways it supports students, faculty and alumni as they become ethical, enterprising leaders in their professions and communities. SMU’s relationship with Dallas – the dynamic center of one of the nation’s fastest-growing regions – offers unique learning, research, social and career opportunities that provide a launch pad for global impact. SMU is nonsectarian in its teaching and committed to academic freedom and open inquiry. About the Department: Student Academic Engagement and Success (SAES) is a division within the Office of the Provost at SMU that oversees a wide range of academic support and engagement offices and initiatives. SAES enriches the Mustang experience both inside and outside the classroom. SAES is dedicated to facilitating student engagement and academic achievement, connecting students to resources that allow them to thrive on and off campus. About the Position: The Senior Academic Counselor supports the academic success of assigned NCAA Division I teams (2-4). Reporting to the Associate Director & ultimately the Senior Director/ Assistant AD under Academic Affairs, this position promotes the ethical and holistic academic success of all SMU student-athletes by monitoring individual and team academic progress, retention & eligibility. Additional responsibilities include assessing of individual, team, & unit academic & policy needs. Facilitates & coordinates academic interventions, creating & updating various academic reports, providing campus referrals, contributing to the advancement of the academic unit, & educating student-athletes, coaches, faculty & administrators on SMU, Provost, Athletic Conference, & NCAA rules, regulations, etc. Essential Functions: Oversee services for assigned NCAA Division I teams & provide academic counseling for student-athletes as determined by supervisor. This includes assigning & monitoring academic interventions, communicating with faculty, facilitating academic success programs, tracking eligibility & regular meetings with coaches & athletics to advocate, educate, & inform on student and academic affairs. Assigned assessments, academic tracking, and athletic academic eligibility of student-athletes. Maintain database of pertinent NCAA academic eligibility info for assigned student-athletes & work with campus wide advisors & records offices to verify graduation plans. Provide guidance & eligibility education to sport specific teams & coaches as needed. Work closely with campus partners and assigned professional development entities to represent ADSA. Provide policy & practice input. Represent ADSA on various committees. Collaborate on departmental projects. Extensive SAES area wide collaboration required. Work closely with other departments to create personalized academic plans for student-athletes. Coordinate major exploration & selection, the registration process, and graduation planning. Facilitate holistic individual student development. Provide intrusive academic support and education for assigned teams on & off campus to include during team travel taking place nights, weekends, holidays and during university vacation periods. Create and facilitate structured and objective study hall learning environments for assigned student-athletes to include individual and group group academic accountability sessions. Serve as the lead learning specialist for at-risk student-athletes on your team(s) as determined in conjunction with the Associate Director. This includes providing frequent individual academic support sessions focused on the development of executive functioning skills, course-specific intervention support, and the collaborative incorporation of best practices for learning as outlined by ADSA interventionists, SMU faculty, and other applicable education-related communities. Serve as the lead learning specialist for at-risk student-athletes on your team(s) as determined in conjunction with the Senior Director. This includes providing frequent individual academic support sessions focused on the development of executive functioning skills, course-specific intervention support, and the collaborative incorporation of best practices for learning as outlined by ADSA interventionists, SMU faculty, and other applicable education-related communities. Partner with the Senior Director to oversee and lead unit-specific program(s) that support the holistic success of all SMU student-athletes. Provide training, support, guidance, best practices, policy, and procedures to other ADSA staff and student-athlete(s). Serve as the lead contact for assigned projects/committees on behalf of ADSA to facilitate unit knowledge, information and collaboration. Programs support all 17 athletic teams. Assist with the creation and assessment of ADSA and institutional programs aligned with departmental, institutional and athletic conference priorities. Lead components of the ADSA new student on boarding, summer bridge programming. Conduct various educational workshops. Assist with on boarding for new counselors, graduate assistants, interns and student workers. Provide professional mentorship, training, and guidance to interns, graduate assistants, and new athletic counselors within the unit. Maintain academic integrity. Abide by ADSA, SMU, Athletic Conference, and NCAA rules, regulations and processes. May supervise either a graduate assistant, an intern, or a field studies student. Required to follow guidance from all members of ADSA Executive Team. Be present at assigned Athletic team competitions, travel to monitor study hall and/or provide academic support with assigned teams. Participate in the Athletic Department staff events to include but limited to student-athlete orientation, athletics bridge, academic workshops. Other duties as assigned. Non traditional work hours to include nights and weekends. The position requires regular evening, weekend, University holidays and between academic terms. Team travel is required to provide academic support, conduct study hall, and/or proctor exams as needed. Education and Experience: A Master's degree is required, preferably in counseling, higher education administration, education, and/or sports management. A minimum of three years of work experience is required. Experience providing direct academic support and academic counseling to Division I student-athletes and experience working directly with Division I athletic coaches is also required. Experience working with a diverse population of student-athletes is strongly preferred. Experience conducting recruiting presentations for prospective student-athletes is desirable. Experience working with graduate students is a plus. Experience providing academic support during athletic travel is desirable. Experience working with both high-risk & high-achieving student-athletes is a plus. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: The candidate must demonstrate strong interpersonal and verbal communication skills, with the ability to communicate broadly across the University and develop effective relationships with a wide range of constituencies, including faculty, staff, advisors, coaches, and others members of the SMU community. Must also demonstrate strong written communication skills. The ability to work in a fast paced and flexible work environment is essential. The candidate must possess strong problem-solving skills with the ability to identify and analyze problems, as well as devise solutions. Must also have strong organizational, planning, and time management skills. The ability to work both independently and collaboratively as part of a team is essential. The candidate must have a strong understanding and in-depth knowledge of NCAA Division I continuing eligibility rules and regulation. Knowledge of academic advising best practices is preferred. An understanding of NCAA Division I Initial eligibility requirements is desirable. Familiarity with NCAA, APR, and GSR regulations is a plus. The candidate must possess a strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite. Knowledge of and experience with video conferencing tools (zoom, teams, etc.) is also required. A strong technical aptitude with an ability to learn and adopt new technology/programs is essential. Experience with Team Works, People Soft, Grades First and/or other athletic related software is preferred. Experience with conflict management and data dissemination is a plus. The candidate must be willing and able to work non-business hours. Must also be willing and able to travel with respective teams. Physical and Environmental Demands: Sit for long periods of time. Deadline to Apply: March 18, 2024 Priority consideration may be given to submissions received by March 8, 2024 EEO Statement: SMU will not discriminate in any program or activity on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, sexual orientation, or gender identity and expression. The Executive Director for Access and Equity/Title IX Coordinator is designated to handle inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies and may be reached at the Perkins Administration Building, Room 204, 6425 Boaz Lane, Dallas, TX 75205, 214-768-3601, firstname.lastname@example.org . Benefits: SMU offers staff a broad, competitive array of health and related benefit s. In addition to traditional benefits such as health, dental, and vision plans, SMU offers a wide range of wellness programs to help attract, support, and retain our employees whose work continues to make SMU an outstanding education and research institution. SMU is committed to providing an array of retirement programs that benefit and protect you and your family throughout your working years at SMU and, if you meet SMU's retirement eligibility criteria, during your retirement years after you leave SMU. The value of learning at SMU isn't just about preparing our students for the future. 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Assistant Women's Soccer Coach | University of Maine
Orono, Maine, Purpose: Assists the Head Coach for Women’s Soccer with all aspects of coaching, recruiting, and training for athletic competition at the Division I level. Adheres to all governing procedures and regulations of the Athletic Department, University, Conference and the NCAA. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Assists in the evaluation, identification, recruitment and retention of student- athletes for the Women’s Soccer Program in accordance with University, Conference and NCAA guidelines and standards. Maintains accurate records of recruiting activities as required. • Assists with training with a focus on goalkeepers. Ensures that all appropriate safety guidelines and standards are maintained. • Scouts opposing teams and analyzes film in order to create practice and game strategies. • Develops and maintains professional relationships that reflect courtesy, civility and mutual respect. • Commits to organizational improvement by identifying opportunities to improve, recommending possible alternatives for a situation. • Utilizes coaching and mentoring methods which provide an environment that is anticipatory, supportive and encourages constructive feedback on performance. • Monitor academic progress, including advising, mentoring and instructing as assigned. • Represents the University to external groups through public speaking appearances. • Other reasonably related duties as assigned by the head coach. • Bachelor's degree required. • Excellent organizational, oral and written skills. • At least one-year coaching goalkeepers at either the collegiate, professional or Olympic level required. • Demonstrated knowledge of and commitment to NCAA rules and regulations. • Demonstrated ability to mentor & motivate student athletes. • Ability to travel (normally requiring a valid drivers license).
Head Women's Basketball Coach | Juniata College
Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, Juniata College invites applications for a full-time, twelve-month position of Head Women’s Basketball Coach. Juniata is a co-educational, liberal arts college, highly regarded for its academic excellence. Responsibilities include but are not limited to; the organization and administration of a successful NCAA Division III women’s basketball program. Juniata is a founding member of the highly regarded Landmark Conference, which is committed to conducting intercollegiate athletics programs in a way that recognizes, as paramount, the centrality of the academic mission at each member institution. Key Responsibilities: The Head Women’s Basketball Coach is responsible for all aspects of the women’s basketball program at Juniata, including but not limited to: • Provide vision and build a positive team culture committed to the welfare of our student-athletes, a positive representation of the college, academic excellence, citizenship and competitive success. • Practice organizations, planning, scheduling, preparation and execution. • Scheduling of practices, competitions according to NCAA Division III rules and regulations • Recruit and retain qualified student-athletes to the women’s basketball program • Hire, train and oversee all assistant coaches • Develop and meet recruitment/roster goals in consultation with the Director of Athletics. • Provide support, oversight and assistance to student-athletes with regards to academic performance, planning and success. • Effectively manage all aspects of the program’s budget including the purchase of all athletic gear and supplies and the management of the program’s travel and recruiting budgets. • Ensure adherence to the rules, regulations and policies of all governing bodies- Juniata College Athletics, Juniata College, Landmark Conference and NCAA Division III • Participate in overall administration of the Athletics Department by representing the office as requested and cooperatively assisting colleagues. This includes attending all mandatory department activities and functions, membership on department and campus committees, and participation upon request in enrollment, fundraising and/or promotional events. • Other secondary responsibilities as assigned by the Director of Athletics Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s degree preferred. Valid driver’s license required, clear of major violations. The ideal candidate will have previous coaching and/or competitive women’s basketball experience at the collegiate level, as well as an understanding of the Division III philosophy and its role at a private liberal arts institution. Candidates must possess strong organizational and interpersonal skills, communicate effectively, and demonstrate a willingness to work in a team-oriented environment that values community.
Assistant Director, Donor Relations | The University of Texas at Austin - Texas Athletics
Austin, Texas, General Notes Additional hours will be required to include early mornings, evenings, weekends, and holidays. This job is not suitable for remote work and is expected to work regular in-office hours. Travel is required. Responsibilities Manage Annual Fund donor acknowledgement triggers, cycles and calendar; collaborate with Coordinator, Development Communications to plan and execute strategic donor touchpoints (including digital and physical collateral) to properly thank and recognize Annual Fund donors for their support. Track results to help inform and drive decisions about future initiatives and strategies. Develop, deploy and ensure the fulfillment of tailored strategies to effectively steward Annual Fund donors at the Longhorn through Legacy levels as well as the Longhorn Foundation Student Member program. Coordinate annual Membership Kit production and fulfillment (Annual Fund and Student Membership) with in-house designers and/or third-party vendors. Oversee and manage Longhorn Foundation Student Member program and stewardship, including benefits/event planning and fulfillment, reporting and communications; identify new or enhanced ways to steward student members. Plan and execute the annual Thanks Day initiative in partnership with Central Development. Assist in the education of Annual Fund membership benefits to acquire new donors, retain existing donors and/or move donors to their next gift. Oversee endowment donor stewardship, including reporting and donor communications; identify new or enhanced ways to steward endowment donors. Coordinate the overall production and dissemination of customized non-annual acknowledgment letters on behalf of the VP and Director of Athletics and/or Executive Senior Associate Athletics Director. Maintain an inventory of and manage re-ordering for Longhorn Foundation stationery, including birthday cards, staff notecards, blank cards, etc. Manage a running inventory of donor awards and stewardship items; manage re-ordering or replenishing award items as needed. Assist Director, Donor Relations and Special Events with giving society (DeLoss Dodds Leadership Team and United Texas Circle) stewardship planning and fulfillment, as well as all Longhorn Foundation benefits-related event planning and management. Assist Director, Donor Relations and Special Events in planning and executing an annual Donor Appreciation Month tailgate event and special benefits schedule. Support gameday management of hospitality clubs and spaces for football, basketball and baseball. Consistently exemplify the core values and quality standards (Safety, Texas Hospitality, Teamwork, Efficiency) of Texas Athletics. Always act ethically. Proactively seek guidance when unsure or unclear of a law, rule or policy applicable to you or your department/sport program. Actively participate in assigned education and training programs. Comply with all laws, policies, rules and regulations set forth by the Board of Regents of The University of Texas System, The University of Texas at Austin, NCAA, Conference, or other governing body, including state and federal laws. Annually obtain prior written approval and report all outside activities and outside income. Report knowledge of, or reasonable cause to believe, violation(s) of state or federal laws, policies, rules, or regulations of the University, Conference, or NCAA to IA ARMCS or IA HR. Fully cooperate with any investigation by providing complete and accurate information when requested to do so by Texas Athletics and/or the NCAA and do not influence others in any way during an investigation. As an employee of the university, if you witness or receive information about sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence or stalking that involves a current student or employee, you have a duty to promptly report the incident to the University’s Title IX Coordinator or a Deputy Title IX Coordinator. Reports may be made by phone, email or online. An employee who does not report an incident or who makes a false report is subject to termination and may be charged with a criminal offense (Class A or Class B misdemeanor). For more information about employee responsibilities under Title IX, including information about confidential employee reporting exceptions, please visit the Title IX website at http://titleix.utexas.edu. Required Qualifications Bachelor's degree. Two years of experience in development, donor relations and/or stewardship or in an applicable intercollegiate athletics position. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail, along with a demonstrated ability to proactively think critically, and balance concurrent priorities. Strong attention to detail and a high standard of excellence. Ability to be flexible when confronted with a multitude of changing priorities. Must be able to multi-task and effectively prioritize multiple events, requests, and situations. Ability to work in a team environment where a project’s success is determined by both the individual and team’s efforts. Excellent communications skills, verbal and written. Intermediate to advanced proficiency with Microsoft Office software. Relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate. Preferred Qualifications More than one year experience in executing and planning events, and/or developing high-end special events/dinners or related experience in higher education or intercollegiate athletics. Stewardship fulfilment experience. Experience with budget management and vendor contract management. A familiarity with athletics fundraising.
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