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Parks, Recreation, Tourism, & Sport Management Jobs and Academic Opportunities Newsletter – October 2023

Full and part-time jobs, internships, academic opportunities, and volunteer events inside

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ACADEMIC Positions

Assistant Professor of Environmental Social Science – University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point College

The Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management discipline in the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point College of Natural Resources (CNR) is seeking an environmental social scientist for a tenure track position focused on climate issues, with an emphasis on state and/or local policies that support rural and urban communities. The primary teaching responsibilities for this position will be courses on sustainable communities, energy policy, and climate change. The candidate may also contribute to the CNR core class sequence and the online Master of Natural Resources program. This position will be the lead Human Dimensions faculty member for the growing Environmental Science and Management major option, supporting students through advising and by developing a new interdisciplinary capstone course. The teaching load for faculty in the CNR is 12 credits per semester. Scholarship and service are expected, and opportunities exist for involvement in outreach and international programs.

Nine-Month Assistant Professor Tenure Track Position – Sustainable Tourism & Hospitality Management – University of Utah

The Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism (PRT) in the College of Health at the University of Utah is pleased to announce a nine-month assistant professor tenure track appointment to begin fall semester 2024. The Department is looking for a research-active faculty member in the area of sustainable tourism and hospitality management who will complement current faculty and build from the inherent strengths of the College of Health, University, and the State of Utah.

The successful candidate will have a strong research agenda that aligns with current research efforts in the Department and College, and possess the drive and capacity to develop and sustain independent research to support graduate students and research activities. Ideal candidates will have a research focus and industry experience in sustainable tourism and/or hospitality management, and a connection to equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) in the hospitality, sustainable tourism and PRT fields. The successful candidate will seek external funding to support their research agenda, recruit and supervise graduate students, teach in the graduate and/or undergraduate curriculum, and work collaboratively with industry, community, and University partners to build the profile of the Department and University as a leader in sustainable tourism and hospitality education and research. Teaching loads in the Department are on average two courses per semester, but this can vary with research activity.

Assistant Professor- Tourism and Events Management (TEM) – Clemson University

Clemson University’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management (PRTM) seeks applicants for a nine-month tenure-track Assistant Professor of Tourism and Events Management (TEM). This position is available starting in August 2024 and is located on the campus of Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina. We seek a faculty member who will continue TEM’s research and teaching excellence and contribute to our field’s further growth and development.

The candidate must have teaching and research expertise in consumer behavior in tourism and/or tourism marketing. Additionally, the candidate must specialize in quantitative methodologies with a preference for applicants focused on innovative methodological skills. The successful candidate will teach and mentor students across the department and must demonstrate knowledge and interest in the PRTM field.

TT Assistant Professor for Sustainability – Montclair State University

The Department of Earth and Environmental Studies at Montclair State University invites applications for a full-time (10-month) tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Sustainability. Areas of interest include: industrial ecology, green engineering, sustainable resource management, energy and sustainability analytics, climate change mitigation and adaptation, and/or carbon auditing. Candidates with cross disciplinary strengths in areas related to sustainability and energy are encouraged to apply. The successful candidate will play a critical role in developing a program in green engineering and interdisciplinary sustainability programs. The candidate is expected to develop and sustain a vigorous externally funded research program, and have a strong commitment to excellence in teaching and mentoring in our bachelors, masters, and doctoral programs. The ability to work with University’s Clean Energy and Sustainability Analytics Center, and collaborate with PSEG Institute for Sustainability Studies, as well as other faculty members across the university, is highly desirable. Service to the department, university, and larger professional community is also expected.

Lecturer of Recreation and Tourism Management – Georgia Southern University

Reporting to the School Chair, the Lecturer of Recreation and Tourism Management will support and contribute to the Recreation and Tourism Management undergraduate degree program within the School of Human Ecology on the Statesboro campus. Candidates with a master’s degree or higher in recreation management or a closely related field from an accredited university will be considered. Preference will be given to those with a specialization in community recreation and/or youth development, as demonstrated through a combination of education and experience. The ability to contribute to major core course offerings while enhancing and expanding curriculum that promotes intersections between recreation, human development, and family science is desired. Candidates with expertise in related fields will also be considered. Responsibilities for the position include teaching undergraduate courses and active participation in university and professional service. The position is a 10- month non-tenure track appointment, with a competitive salary and benefits commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Assistant Professor – Sport Management – Clemson University

Clemson University’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management in the College of BSHS seeks applicants for a nine-month tenure-track Assistant Professor with a focus on sport management. This position starts in August 2024 and is located on the campus of Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina. Currently, the Sport and Recreation Management emphasis area within the PRTM program at Clemson University serves over 200 students and growing.

We seek a faculty member who will continue the program’s excellence in teaching, demonstrate an emerging line of fundable research related to sport, have expertise in contemporary quantitative analyses, translation, and application, and exhibit proficiency in open-source statistical tools (e.g., R, Python). The successful candidate will collaborate with faculty across the PRTM department, College of Behavioral, Social, and Health Sciences, and broader university; conduct relevant research, teach undergraduate and graduate level courses, advise and mentor graduate students through theses and dissertations, engage in departmental, college, and university service, and carry out other departmental duties as required.

Assistant Professor: Community Sustainability – University of Wyoming

The Helga Otto Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming (UW) invites applications for an Assistant Professor with a focus on Community Sustainability. We seek an accomplished and creative individual to provide research, teaching, and service consistent with the educational missions of UW, the Haub School and the Ruckelshaus Institute. The Haub School of ENR values interdisciplinary approaches to environmental problem solving and scholarship that can inform real-world solutions; tangible, place-based experience to develop critical thinking skills in the next generation of leaders and decision-makers; and a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment on campus and beyond.

Open-Rank Tourism Management Faculty – University of Illinois Urbana Champaign

The Department of Recreation, Sport and Tourism (RST) at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign invites applications for an open-rank, nine-month, tenure-track faculty position in the area of Tourism. We seek candidates with a strong, well-defined research agenda in tourism who have the ability to teach tourism courses and other courses in the RST core. This position builds on the Department’s interdisciplinary strengths in community and organizational development, health and wellbeing, sustainable change, and diversity, equity and inclusion. The start date for this position will be August 16, 2024.

Responsibilities include conducting research in aspects of tourism (broadly defined); building collaborative research partnerships with colleagues within the department, college and various disciplines across campus; advising and directing student research including theses and dissertations; instructing undergraduate and graduate courses; contributing to the department’s curriculum; seeking and securing external funding for research; serving on Department, College, and University committees; engaging in professional and public service activities; and working to establish a welcoming and supportive culture that embraces diverse individual identities, fosters a culture of inclusion, and promotes equity in curricula, teaching, standards, behaviors, policies and practices.

Assistant Teaching Professor, Conservation Education – University of Missouri

Assistant Teaching Professor in Conservation Education within the School of Natural Resources at the University of Missouri. This is a 9-month, full-time, non-tenure-track endowed position with teaching and scholarship of teaching responsibilities. The position will also be affiliated with the Institute of Fisheries, Wetlands and Aquatic Systems. Salary is commensurate with experience.

Responsibilities: The incumbent will be expected to develop a teaching program with a focus on the evaluation of the efficacy of conservation education strategies, curricula and programs, and the scholarship of teaching. Classroom teaching responsibilities will include 2-3 courses per year (at least one at the graduate level) related to conservation/environmental education. Additional activities will center on assessment of education programming to engage an array of publics in conservation action and advocacy. Student advising and serving on graduate committees is also expected. The Prairie Fork Conservation Area (a site jointly administered by the School of Natural Resources and the Missouri Department of Conservation) will be used to facilitate teaching and outreach efforts.

Assistant or Associate Teaching Professor – Sustainable Tourism or Parks & Recreation Management – Hainan University – Arizona State University International Tourism College

The Hainan University – Arizona State University International Tourism College (HAITC), as part of the School of Community Resources and Development (SCRD) in the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions is seeking two full-time, benefits-eligible, 9-month, non-tenure track assistant or associate teaching professor in sustainable tourism or parks and recreation management. These positions are permanently located in Haikou, Hainan, China. Hainan is a sub-tropical and tropical island with beautiful beaches and tropical forests. It is often called the Hawaii of China.

The successful candidate will be expected to teach up to four courses per semester at the undergraduate or graduate level, deliver excellent in-class instruction and participate in service activities for the college, profession, and community. Supervision of senior thesis projects and participation in master’s degree committees is encouraged. Courses are taught in English; Chinese language competency is not required. The appointment will begin in Hainan, China, mid-August 2024.

Assistant Professor in Human Dimensions of Natural Resources – Colorado State University

The Department of HDNR seeks a dynamic and innovative individual who will contribute to the ongoing development and administration of the Department’s undergraduate and graduate programs in Natural Resource Tourism. A particular emphasis for HDNR, as well as an emphasis for this position, is to enhance and solidify the connections of business and organizational management aspects of nature-based tourism, with conservation and outdoor recreation health, wellness, and human well-being in curriculum/course development, research, and service. The successful applicant will work closely with current HDNR faculty in the planning, development, and administration of these programs consistent with this emphasis. In addition, the successful candidate will carry out a research and outreach program consistent with the mission, goals, and objectives of the Department of HDNR. Finally, the successful applicant will have the ability to advance the Department’s commitment to diversity and inclusion through research, teaching, and outreach with relevant programs, goals, and objectives.

Community Internship Coordinator – NC Sea Grant

This position serves as coordinator for the Sea Grant Community Engaged Internship (CEI) for Undergraduate Students. The CEI Program is designed for undergraduate students from underrepresented and indigenous communities as well as students who work on place-based projects with such communities. The overarching goal of this internship program is to broaden participation in marine and coastal professions by providing training and mentorship to the next generation of scientists, decision makers and community leaders.

The coordinator will manage the CEI program, which includes facilitating internship selection processes and professional development activities, as well as administration of distribution of financial support for students. The CEI program operates nationwide but the position will be based with NC Sea Grant. CEI program info:

Nature and Health Alliance Program Manager – Texan by Nature

Texan by Nature, a conservation nonprofit that advances conservation through collaboration, is seeking a full time Program Manager for the Nature and Health Alliance, a nationwide collaboration between leading universities and other research organizations. The mission of the Alliance is to enhance understanding of, foster evidence for, and communicate about the relations between nature and health. As the Program Manager for the Nature and Health and Alliance, you must have an instinct for and interest in program and project management. You will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the impact-focused world of nature conservation, healthcare, and research, working alongside professionals who are passionate about their work and enjoy working together. You will work directly with leaders in health and nature across the country, while tracking and managing the strategic plan, developing partner proposals, and managing committees. Ideal candidates are driven, creative, trustworthy, hard-working, and interested in collaborating with great minds to help cultivate change and foster engagement in health and nature.

Assistant Professor in Race, Justice, and the Environment – Santa Clara University

The Department of Environmental Studies & Sciences at Santa Clara University (SCU), a highly ranked Jesuit Catholic university, invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Race, Justice, and the Environment. The successful candidate will start on September 1, 2024 and be expected to teach, engage in a scholarship program, and do service for the Department, College and University. We seek a teaching/scholar who will conduct applied research at the intersection of race, justice, and the environment. We encourage applications from fields including, but not limited to, Environmental Law, Public Health, Anthropology, Sociology, Development Studies, Urban Studies, Urban Planning, Politics and Policy, and Food Systems.

The College is currently conducting its third cluster hire in the area of Inequality & Social Justice, and as part of this cluster hire faculty in this position will receive mentorship, peer support for their scholarly and creative work. Applicants must have a Ph.D. (completion required by the time of appointment) in an environmental social science or related field, with specific expertise in race, justice, and the environment. Post-doctoral research and/or undergraduate teaching experience are highly valued.

INTERNSHIP Opportunities

Raleigh Firebirds Sport Management Marketing Position

Great opportunity to join the Firebirds Family! Great for aspiring Sports Writers, Digital Creators, Statisticians, Trainers, Coaches, Public Relations and Front Office Executives. College credit hours and curriculum are curated based upon the needs of you and your University. Contact Wade Harris for more information:

Duke Game Operations and Facilities Spring 2024 Internships – Multiple Positions

Focus: Men’s & Women’s Lacrosse, Men’s & Women’s Tennis, Swim & Dive

Focus: Facilities, Game Operations & Championships – Baseball, Men’s Basketball Exterior, Spring Football

Focus: Basketball and Rowing

Focus: Event and Facilities


North Carolina Forestry Association Internship

The North Carolina Forestry Association is a private, non-profit partnership of approximately 4,000 forest managers, landowners, mill operators, loggers, furniture manufacturers, educators, and others concerned about the long-term health and productivity of the state’s forest resources and the industries they support. We are the state’s oldest forest conservation organization, established in 1911.

The NCFA is currently looking for a college senior-level intern to help our team part-time during normal business hours Monday through Friday up to 20 hours/week or to fit with the intern’s school schedule. Intern Job Responsibilities:

  • Perform general association management duties such as event registration for ProLogger training modules, database management, and preparation of packets/printed materials; invoices for ProLogger and Hunt Club
  • Event planning support with member database and other details
  • Assist with other duties as directed by the Executive Director

Internship Opportunities at Camp Illahee

Are you interested in outdoor recreation, the camp industry, and guiding in the wilderness? Apply to work with us next summer for an internship! We have worked with many students in the past on using their job as an internship. We had students from Brevard College and Western last year who used their role as trip leader or counselor as an internship.

Our camp has many different activities where students can choose and grow and explore their unique passion in a work environment. From farming to mountain biking, kayaking to climbing, arts, hiking, sports, and more!

The Soccer Tournament Internship

Founded in 2014, TBT Enterprises specializes in hosting high-stakes, open-application sporting events distributed across the world. TBT Enterprises’ first property, The Basketball Tournament (TBT), has crowned ten champions, awarded more than $13 million in prizes, and ushered in innovations such as the Elam Ending® and its signature postgame bracket celebration, since adopted by the NBA and NCAA respectively. Launched in June of 2023, The Soccer Tournament (TST) will mark TBT Enterprises’ expansion into sports beyond basketball. TBT Enterprises has attracted best in class partners like Puma and Zelle, and counts Chris Paul among its investors.

We are in search of interns to help out with Team Relations for The Soccer Tournament. An overview of what each internship track includes (but is not limited to) is provided below:

  • Brand development
  • Player/team research
  • Team communication
  • Team-related social media management
  • Website data entry
  • On site assistance with team relations and event management

Two Positions: Wake Tech Community College – Department of Athletics Internship

Wake Tech Community College Department of Athletics supports nine (9) intercollegiate sports that include Volleyball, Beach Volleyball, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Baseball, Softball and Esports. Games and practices are hosted for Volleyball and Basketball on either our North or South Campus. Soccer plays and practices at WRAL Soccer in North Raleigh, Baseball at TING Stadium in Holly Springs, and Softball at Buffaloe Road Park in North Raleigh. Wake Tech Athletics would be able to build two (2) internships each semester and could build those based on the interest, existing proficiencies, and skill development needs/desires for the student seeking an internship.

Since sports are by season, interns would be working with multiple sports (Fall – Volleyball, Men’s & Women’s Soccer… Spring – Baseball, Softball, and Beach Volleyball). Basketball will be part of each semester. Each intern would also work specifically on a “major” project while still supporting the department in a full capacity. Each intern would be supervised by an Assistant Athletic Director and the Director of Athletics. This is an outstanding opportunity to learn a vast array of intercollegiate athletics areas, while learning from an Athletic Department staff with years of experience. Contact Robin Pate for more information:

VOLUNTEER Opportunities

Youth Wheelchair Basketball Tournament – Bridge II Sports

Old State North Classic Wheelchair Basketball Tournament will be held Dec. 2nd and 3rd at NC State. Please contact Miles for more information on how to Volunteer. Contact:

Annual Fall FunFest – Rolesville, NC

The Town of Rolesville’s Parks and Recreation Department is looking for volunteers to help with our Annual Fall FunFest on October 28, 2023. This is a street festival with over 100 vendors, family games, costume carnival, hayrides, and more! The volunteer hours are, anywhere from 6:30 AM – 6:30 PM, there are different time slots to sign up for. If none of the time slots work for you, please contact the Special Events Coordinator and they can work with you to find a time frame that works. The event is on Redford Place Drive, and we will need assistance with monitoring the games, helping with the costume contest, vendor check-in, putting out signs or cones, picking up trash, etc. All Volunteers will receive a t-shirt!

Raleigh Parks and Recreation Volunteer Opportunities

Rolleo Timbersports Competition – NC State University

The Forestry Club at NC State will be hosting its annual Rolleo timbersports competition on November 4th. We are currently looking for volunteers who would like to help out as a judge, timer, or just a willing pair of hands! No experience is necessary. It is an all-day event but volunteers are welcome to help for as long as you like, then sit back and enjoy the rest!

Carolina Flyers Game Day Volunteers

The Flyers are looking for hardworking and enthusiastic people to assist our operations staff at home games to help provide a fun professional sports experience for our fans. If you are interested in helping out during the 2023 season, please fill out the form linked above. All game day volunteers get into the game for free and get a sweet 2023 Flyers staff t-shirt! We can’t wait to meet you!


Recreation Resource Services – Outreach Consultant Position

Are you looking to engage with NC communities and increase positive impacts through parks and recreation, have staff meetings in amazing state parks and work with hard-core like-minded park lovers? If so, do we have a job for you…

Recreation Resources Service is expanding our team with a new Recreation Consultant position! We are seeking a recreation professional with a passion to engage community leaders, who is a skilled communicator and capable of integrating NC State’s strategic goals into their work with both rural and urban communities.

RRS provides services in areas that include technical expertise leading to improved recreation opportunities for NC citizens; outreach and enhancement for communities in need; and field administration for the NC Parks and Recreation Trust Fund and Land & Water Conservation Fund grant programs.

Learn more and apply online at NC State University. If you have any questions please contact Charlynne Smith, RRS Director:

Recreation Activities Coordinator – Town of Knightdale

Duties include: Assists with monitoring weeknight and weekend Recreation Center facility use, including athletic programs and rentals; communicates and enforces rules and regulations to citizens using the Recreation Center. Performs periodic housekeeping duties to maintain a clean and safe environment at the Recreation Center, including the setting up and breaking down of equipment and facilities. Assists in the recruiting, training, supervising, and scheduling of limited service employees and volunteer staff. Recruits sponsors, vendors, performers, and other contractors or services for special events and assigned programs at the Recreation Center. Assists in the creation and distribution of promotional materials for assigned recreation programs. Maintains updated registration and program records by entering registrations and facility reservations in the computer system and accepting payment of appropriate fees.

North Carolina Zoo Public Relations Officer

Do you want to be part of a dynamic and unique organization that saves wildlife and provides incredible guest experiences to thousands of people every year? The North Carolina Zoo is looking to hire a Public Relations Officer. The North Carolina Zoo’s Public Relations (PR) Officer is responsible for creating compelling content that positively positions the mission of the Zoo to media personnel and the public to increase attendance and support. This position is the media’s first point of contact and spokesperson for the Zoo. This position also supervises three digital content staff and manages the strategy for communications, including website, social media, internal, crisis communications, and online engagement. The successful candidate will work effectively in a fast-paced, large public facility and exemplify an excellent customer service culture. This key managerial position works collaboratively with various staff across the Zoo and important stakeholders. This position reports to and works closely with the Director of Communications and Marketing to evaluate promotion and advertising programs for compatibility with public relations efforts.

Park Assistant Manager – Agriculture – Beech Bluff Park

It is an exciting time to be a part of the Wake County Parks, Recreation and Open Space team as we open our brand-new Beech Bluff County Park! We’re looking for an Assistant Park Manager with proven experience in all aspects of an agricultural operation, including planting and maintenance of crops and gardens, pollinator beds, community engagement and education, teaching and mentoring and establishing a park agriculture model for long-term success.

Located on more than 300 acres in the southeast corner of Wake County, Beech Bluff County Park contains undeveloped forests, wetlands, stream channels, flood plains and rock outcrops, all of which support a diverse ecosystem and help protect critical natural resources.

Beech Bluff County Park offers a unique experience that supports the outdoor recreational needs of the growing communities nearby while strengthening the natural, agricultural, cultural and historical resources of the land.

Camp Counselor – Apex, NC

Camp Counselors make time away from school fun! As a Track Out Camp counselor, you will lead and actively participate in active/passive games, arts and crafts, food experiences, outdoor activities, science experiments and more. Camp Counselors are expected to be role models and provide meaningful experiences for their campers. Hours limited to 40/week and range Monday – Friday between 7am – 6pm. Some examples of shifts are 7:15am – 3:45pm, 8:30am – 5:00pm, or 9:30am – 6:00pm. This is also the perfect position for local High School students looking for an after-school job from 3:30pm – 6pm a couple afternoons a week!


Director of Research and Insights – Travel Portland

In support of Travel Portland’s mission, the Director of Research and Insights’ primary responsibility is to provide a research-focused, quantitative approach to the citywide sales process, ensuring current market conditions, industry pricing standards, and sales practices are optimized. A key component of this work will require collaboration with the Travel Portland sales leadership team, plus developing strong working relationships with multiple departments within Travel Portland, the Oregon Convention Center (OCC), local governments and our hospitality partners.

Central Appalachian Partnership Manager – Friends of Southwest Virginia

Friends of Southwest Virginia collaborates with 19 counties and four independent cities along the southern and western borders of Virginia. These areas have faced challenges stemming from the decline of coal, tobacco, and manufacturing industries over the past few decades. Through regional partnerships, Friends of Southwest Virginia work hand in hand with local communities and regional partners to strategically develop cultural and natural assets, thereby enhancing the region’s quality of life, tourism offerings, and infrastructure improvements.

The Central Appalachian Partnership Manager position is pivotal in coordinating and leading multi-state projects involving Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) communities in Southwest Virginia, Northeast Tennessee, Western North Carolina, Southeastern Kentucky, and Southern West Virginia. In this capacity, this position will be at the forefront of driving collaboration and fostering development initiatives across multiple states within the ARC footprint.

The Partnership Manager will provide guidance and support to communities in Southwest Virginia who are exploring multi-state initiatives. Responsibilities include identifying and overseeing multi-state grant projects, with a specific focus on providing assistance and technical support for the Appalachian Regional Commission’s ARISE initiative. Furthermore, this position involves supporting Virginia ARC communities in conducting community needs assessments, creating capacity-building plans, and identifying potential grant opportunities in cooperation with partners across state lines.

This position will be based at the Southwest Virginia Cultural Center in Abingdon, Virginia, and will entail substantial travel to communities throughout Southwest Virginia and neighboring states.


Ticket Office Operations Assistant – NC State University

The NC State ticket office is currently looking for part-time workers to assist their operations staff on game day. It is a great experience for students to work hands-on in the sport industry! We have flexible scheduling as employees pick their own games to work based on their availability. Ticket operations include the following sports: football, men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, baseball, softball, wrestling, and gymnastics. Ticket Office employees will be responsible for providing assistance to the ticket office and its customers on game days. They will be handling customer inquiries, the distribution of event tickets, and other tasks as needed.

Part-time Ticket Office employees will learn how to use the Paciolan Ticketing System for walk-up sales on the day of the game. Part-time employees will work home NC State sports events. Work schedules are flexible and can be coordinated with the part-time employee supervisor.

Assistant Athletic Director, Advancement – Campbell University

The Assistant AD for Advancement is responsible for managing the Fighting Camel Club, annual and leadership giving fundraising, and event planning and hospitality for Athletics Advancement. Duties include: Oversees the Fighting Camel Club’s daily operations including managing membership benefits and administering the Club’s annual fund solicitations; Assists Sr. Assoc. AD for Advancement with fundraising for scholarships for student-athletes, operating expenses and special capital projects; Maintains a growing portfolio of leadership donors; Coordinates gift deposits and receipts with Advancement Services and thank-you notes with Athletics Advancement; Coordinates with coaches and program administrators to help meet fundraising goals for athletic teams.

Referees Needed – Tri-Sports Social Club

The most important role in the leagues! Referees arrive early, set up, officiate games with a high level of consistency and integrity. They are also responsible for reporting the scores after the games in a timely manner. Individuals will need to learn to apply and enforce all rules for the sport they are officiating. Additional responsibilities include maintaining a fun, high energy environment at all games. All training & equipment provided. Pay Varies. Usually $15 per game or per hour. If you feel you have what it takes to be a part of our rapidly growing team, contact us. Be sure to let us know what nights, what position, & what sports you’re interested in as well as any other relevant experience (sports played, coached, officiated).

The Carolina Flyers are hiring for Multiple Positions

We have employment opportunities that will enhance your experience in sports management, marketing, and sponsorship relations. Multiple positions are now available. Click on the links below to learn more about each position: