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Parks, Recreation, Tourism, & Sport Management Jobs and Academic Opportunities Newsletter – January 2024

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CNR student working at the Visit Raleigh Tourism desk

ACADEMIC Positions

Spring 2024 Academic Support Program For Student-Athletes


Located centrally on campus, the Academic Support Program for Student-Athletes (ASPSA) supports the academic, personal, and professional development needs of all student- athletes at NC State. Each semester, hundreds of Wolfpack student-athletes benefit from ASPSA’s tutoring services thanks to the efforts of our support staff.


Tutor: Provide individual, small group, and/or drop-in style content tutoring based on specific academic courses

Academic Mentor: Work on academic skills such as time management, goal setting, self-advocacy, test preparation, note-taking, and reading comprehension

Writing Assistant: Work in ASPSA’s writing center to support writing across multiple disciplines

Adjunct Faculty Needed – Shaw University – Fall 2024

Shaw University is currently searching for additional recreation management adjuncts to teach the following courses below:

* REC 201 01: Foundations of Leisure in Recreation (3 credits)

* REC 230 01: Introduction to Park Management (3 credits)

* REC 281 01: Principles & Techniques of Recreation Leadership (3 credits)

* REC 382 01: Parks & Recreation Supervision (3 credits)

If you are interested, please reach out to Dr. Micah Dobson for more information.

CUHK – Assistant/Associate Professor (Sustainability Governance)

The Department of Geography and Resource Management at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is seeking an exceptional candidate for a post of Assistant Professor / Associate Professor. We are particularly interested in applicants with expertise in sustainability governance, with a scholarly focus on urban and regional studies in the context of sustainable development.

We encourage interested scholars to apply. This is an exciting opportunity to join our Department and contribute to our dynamic academic environment. The appointee will be able to engage in cutting-edge research, collaborate with talented colleagues, and actively participate in our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. We look forward to receiving applications from qualified individuals who are eager to make significant contributions to the field of sustainability governance. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Assistant Professor in Tourism, Recreation, & Sport – UNC-Wilmington

The School of Health and Applied Human Sciences (SHAHS), within the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) at the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW), seeks an outstanding faculty member for an Assistant Professor, 9-month, tenure-track position in the School’s Tourism, Recreation, & Sport program beginning August 2024. The successful candidate will become one of five faculty that serve approximately 110 undergraduate Tourism, Recreation, & Sport majors. The successful candidate will be able to teach a variety of undergraduate courses in the program’s curriculum. Further, the successful candidate will conduct research, publish, write grants, advise students, and provide community engagement and professional service. The candidate may also assume key responsibilities related to the internship, practicum, and fieldwork experiences.

Lecturer in Park and Recreation Management at Old Dominion University

The Park, Recreation & Tourism Studies (PRTS) Program in the Department of Human Movement Sciences and Special Education (HMSE) at Old Dominion University is currently seeking a passionate individual to join their dynamic faculty team as a full-time lecturer, commencing in the Fall semester of 2024. Applications should be submitted by February 2, 2024 for full consideration. The position will remain open until filled.

Assistant Teaching Professor – Department of Society and Conservation – University of Montana

The Department of Society and Conservation in the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation at the University of Montana invites applications for an Assistant Teaching Professor (non-tenure track) to join our dynamic and interdisciplinary social science faculty. We encourage applications from individuals who are passionate about undergraduate education and dedicated to high-impact teaching practices and experiential learning. We also encourage applicants who can leverage their professional experiences in the classroom and connect students to career pathways.

Assistant Professor- Natural Resources and Recreation Management – Marshall University

Marshall University’s Department of Natural Resources and Earth Sciences (College of Science) seeks a qualified and dedicated individual for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor of Natural Resources and Recreation Management. The successful candidate will demonstrate a strong commitment to excellence in both teaching and research.

This position provides an opportunity to contribute to the academic growth and development of students while engaging in impactful research related to natural resources, recreation, tourism, sustainability, human dimensions of the environment, outdoor/environmental education, adventure programming, or other closely related disciplines. Any inquiries may be directed to gager@marshall.edu

Extension Specialist, Outdoor Recreation & Education – School of Natural Resources – University of Tennessee

The School of Natural Resources (SNR) at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture (UTIA) invites applications for the position of Extension Specialist in Outdoor Recreation and Education. This is an exempt, full-time, 12-month, non-tenure track, staff position. The Extension Specialist has primary responsibility for developing education and engagement programs statewide to encourage, promote, and support nature-based outdoor recreation with a focus on hunting, fishing, boating and recreational shooting. The Specialist is located in UTIA’s School of Natural Resources and is an integral part of the Institute’s initiative to create a Center for Outdoor Recreation and Economy. The Specialist has responsibility for all aspects of the grant deliverables, including program development, delivery, and evaluation, reporting, partnership development, securing funds for continuation of the grant, and other duties as needed. The position is funded for an initial 2-year period with an expectation for perpetual funding. This position is responsible to the Director of the School of Natural Resources at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture.

Communications Director for NC Sea Grant, NC Space Grant and NC Water Resources Research Institute

The Communication Director reports to the Executive Director of the three programs, and participates in all aspects of strategic communications – planning, program development and execution — as part of the combined management team, consisting of leadership of NC Sea Grant, NC Water Resources Research Institute and NC Space Grant.

The Communication Director has the primary responsibility for strategic vision, development, oversight and delivery of these three program’s diverse communication program portfolios, including reaching diverse audiences through inclusive and accessible information. This leadership position plays a critical role in communicating the research, outreach and educational efforts of the programs to audiences, including but not limited to academic, educators and students, governmental, business/industry, community leaders and residents. This role includes developing media relations plans and working with each team for implementation.

EDUCATIONAL Opportunities

Accepting applications for 2024-25 Global Change Research Fellows

The Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center (SE CASC) is seeking applications from eligible graduate students pursuing interdisciplinary research on global change and adaptation for the next cohort of Global Change Research Fellows. Fellows receive financial and professional support during the year-long program while also building a network of collaborators and advisors across the SE CASC. Full applications and letters of recommendation are due February 15.

Forum on Contemporary Issues in the Olympics

A blended in-person and virtual forum exploring the present and future landscape of politics, war, policies, and contemporary issues impacting the Olympics featuring commentary from Dr. Klaus Schormann, President of UIPM; Matt Mitten, Court of Arbitration for Sports Lunch included onsite. Limited availability. To be added to the guest list contact Dr. Bonnie Tiell at btiell@tiffin.edu

Global Outdoor Health (GOH) Summit on November 17 – 20th, 2024 in San Antonio, TX.

The Global Outdoor Health Summit is the next evolution of the former SHIFT Summit – A national gathering of great minds who care about improving the intersection of nature and preventive health for humans and lands. Attendees include diverse researchers, policy managers, health providers, planners, governmental, outdoor recreation, business, non-profit, military, foundations and philanthropic funders, educators, retailers, conservationists, and/or nature-intervention professionals and organizations from around the world.

For more information on the Summit and to receive updates, click here to learn. Registration will open in Summer 2024.

If you have any questions or would like to be involved, please contact Dr. Teresa L. Penbrooke at teresap@gpred.org.

Sixth Annual CNR Graduate Research Symposium

March 7, 2024 | 12:45-5:30 p.m. | Talley Student Union

Poster Competition: 1:00-3:00 p.m.

Three-Minute Thesis Competition: 3:15-4:55 p.m.

Please join us to connect with the CNR community and learn about all the amazing research being conducted by CNR’s graduate students. The afternoon concludes with announcement of the winners followed by an ice cream social. All are welcome!

Rachel Carson Council’s Environmental Advocacy Day

The Rachel Carson Council’s Environmental Advocacy Day will be held on March 18th and 19th in Washington D.C. Students will be briefed on environmental justice issues and meet with policy makers to urge them to be engaged with climate related issues such as wood pellet production, CAFOs, coastal resilience and protection and more. Students will engage in activities starting Monday, March 18 and ending with a reception on March 19th.

RCC intends to provide meals and housing, but we hope that where possible we can find campuses that can arrange transportation (van, bus, etc.) or reimburse it.

If you have any students who might be interested, they can sign up here. Space is limited to 50 students, and is first come, first serve. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out.

INTERNSHIP Opportunities

Seasonal – Camps and Events Intern – North Carolina FC

Reporting to both the Director of Camps and the Director of Tournaments and Facility Events, the Camps and Events Intern is expected to assist in the planning and execution of NCFC Youth’s summer programs, including Summer Camps, Elite Technique, and Tournaments. This is a seasonal position designed as a 30-40 hour/week position starting mid-May and ending July 31.

2024 Summer Intern – Marketing and Events Management (Arizona)

Amplify’s Marketing Team is seeking an enthusiastic Events Team intern to join our team this summer to help us build and grow our innovative educational products in a fully remote program. The Amplify Internship program is open to college students for opportunities in Digital and Print Curriculum, Marketing, Design, Illustration, Operations, Production, Technology, and more. Last year, Amplify’s Marketing interns had the opportunity to gain experience in Product Marketing, Marketing Optimization, Marketing Services, Social Media Content, and Customer Engagement. The Marketing and Events Intern will work closely with the events team on the Summer sales meeting and the ISTE trade show.

Special Events Internship – Kane Realty – Raleigh, NC

Midtown Events seeks highly motivated, self-starting students passionate about community events. Internships are paid and can be flexible. ABOUT MIDTOWN EVENTS, LLC: Midtown Events is dedicated to planning and producing events that enhance the sense of community at North Hills, a mixed-use development located in Midtown Raleigh. These Special Events host a wide variety of guests.

Wild Gardens of Acadia Intern – Bar Harbor, Maine

Friends of Acadia is accepting applications for the Wild Gardens of Acadia Intern for the 2024 summer season. Located at Sieur de Monts in Acadia National Park, the Wild Gardens of Acadia is an important park destination with thirteen habitats displaying native plants in habitats that are similar to those found in the park. Habitats range from deciduous and coniferous woods to a beach, bog, pond, roadside, and mountain. A committee of volunteers, the Supervisory Gardener, and the Wild Gardens of Acadia Intern manage the Wild Gardens in partnership with the National Park Service and Friends of Acadia. Friends of Acadia also provides financial and administrative support.

Grassland Bird Research Internship – Front Royal, VA

We are currently seeking an intern to assist with grassland bird research on private lands near Front Royal, Virginia. Start and end dates are flexible, but field work would begin approximately April 2024 and run through August 2024. Primary responsibilities include nest searching for multiple grassland bird species, radio telemetry, vegetation sampling, data entry, assisting with the capturing and banding of grassland birds, and participating in field experiments utilizing radio telemetry. The intern would support the following research projects: Using satellite and GPS technology to understand movement ecology of eastern meadowlarks. Post-fledging survival and movements of grassland birds in relation to farm management. Effectiveness of automated radio telemetry for wildlife tracking across varied habitat types.

Parks, Recreation & Tourism (PRT) Intern – City of Hardeeville

Work with the Parks, Recreation & Tourism Department to complete tasks, lead programs and events, attend meetings and assist in certain divisions within the department while gaining a well-rounded experience through issued responsibilities in compliance with course requirements.

Natural Resource Management Assistant – Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore – Munising, Michigan

The intern will be responsible for completing the following tasks: revising the wilderness character narrative describing the attributes of the wilderness, conducting a wilderness character baseline assessment (including measures and associated data), and creating a wilderness character monitoring framework needed to identify changes and trends in wilderness character. These deliverables will be developed in accordance with NPS Policy.

Interns – Oak City Gliders

Local baseball team Oak City Gliders are in need of summer interns. These people will be helping the GM to ensure that everything is set up including ticket sales, runners, concessions, setup/clean up, etc. Please reach out to Phillip Lin for more information and to apply: phillip@oakcitygliders.com

First Tee – Triangle – Summer Internship

The role of the Summer Intern is to lead in all aspects of program management and delivery. This will include golf course based programs, summer camps, Drive4Success, Outreach programming, and value-added programs, which can vary in duration from one-time events to season-long programs. Our programs take place at golf facilities, local schools, and community centers. Duties include coordinating with partners, assisting staff and volunteers, creation of lesson plans, and leading the classes utilizing the First Tee coaching methodology to help young people become responsible citizens. We are looking for engaging and interactive individuals to teach our kids, and if that sounds like you, please consider applying!

Temporary Youth Mental Health and Well Being Intern – Millstone 4-H Camp

The purpose of this internship is to increase awareness and access to mental health and healthy relationship resources among youth aged 8 to 14 who attend Millstone camp as well as among camp staff and counselors. The intern will work with a faculty member at NCSU department of Agricultural Human Sciences to design a week-long program involving brief group interactions with campers addressing mental health and healthy relationships. Additionally, the professional will also work with youth who are in behavioral distress or require mental health assistance, and with pairs or groups of youth who experience interpersonal conflict with other campers. The professional will also work with camp program director to support and build capacity among staff to recognize and support low intensity mental health needs of campers. The internship will begin on May 15th and involve 4 weeks off-camp program preparation and planning at NCSU (remote/hybrid), 6 weeks on-site at Millstone camp working with staff and campers, and 2 weeks spent reviewing program evaluation data, and preparation and presentation of a brief program report. During active camp weeks when youth are onsite, the intern, along with other camp staff, will be expected to respond after hours to youth as needs arise.

Operation HomePort Intern

Operation HomePort interns provide appropriate developmental care and instruction for children and youth ranging in age from 6 weeks to 18 years in one or more US Navy child development and youth recreational worldwide programs. Interns shall assist in and lead the planning of developmentally appropriate activities, facilitate, and participate in planned activities, supervise, and account for the whereabouts of children and youth, and support and facilitate positive, respectful relationships between children, youth, parents, and Child and Youth Program (CYP) professionals. The duties and responsibilities of Operation HomePort interns are grouped into categories, including curriculum, indoor and outdoor environment, interactions and relationships, supervision of children and youth, parent and employee communication, assessment, compliance, and additional responsibilities.

Intern: Sports Experiences – Endeavor – Raleigh, NC

Endeavor is a global sports and entertainment company, home to the world’s most dynamic and engaging storytellers, brands, live events and experiences. The company is comprised of industry leaders including entertainment agency WME; sports, fashion, events and media company IMG; and premier mixed martial arts organization UFC. The Endeavor network specializes in talent representation, sports operations & advisory, event & experiences management, media production & distribution, experiential marketing and brand licensing.


Greensboro Swarm – Industry Night Event

The Greensboro Swarm is hosting a Sport Industry Night on February 10th, 2024. At this event, we will have a career fair for students looking to meet industry professionals and panel discussion at the end to highlight sports professionals with over 20 years of experience! For more information and questions, please contact Rodrayius McClure: rmcclure@hornets.com

Tiffin University 3rd Annual Virtual Sport And Fitness Showcase – Feb 2nd

Join Tiffin University in cooperation with Florida Gulf Coast University and the United States Sports Academy to engage with over 60 speakers in 16 breakout rooms focusing on careers and hot topics in sports. Participants may zoom in and out of each of the breakout rooms at their convenience.

The Sports Industry Talent Incubator

“The Sports Industry Talent Incubator” is a virtual conference designed to accelerate college student readiness for careers in the sports industry. This Conference will introduce students to tried and true career principles, and will be focused on developing student skills and character qualities for career success.

Over 60 industry professionals from 40+ sports organizations are already confirmed to participate in the Conference – see list of organizations and professionals on the Conference flyer: https://app.box.com/s/oa5p7w4g3u9uvjjonh52mr2o6oogdgr1.

Interested college students can register for the Conference for FREE via the following Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwsd-CrqjMiHd2eSLliiq2OomFZemE9ZxF1.


Outdoor Recreation Economy Manager – Raleigh, NC

This position reports to the Director for Regional Development Commissions in the Rural Economic Development Division within the Department of Commerce. The role provides leadership, technical expertise, and consultation regarding outdoor recreation tourism management to leisure service professionals and governmental officials in North Carolina and assists in the recruitment of outdoor recreation industry businesses interested in relocating or expanding in North Carolina. Consultation may be provided one-on-one, through workshops and seminars, technical publications, and applied research.

Assistant Recreation Center Supervisor – City of Fayetteville

The City of Fayetteville’s Parks, Recreation and Maintenance department is currently recruiting for an Assistant Recreation Center Supervisor to perform a variety of paraprofessional duties to assist in planning, organizing and conducting a wide variety of activities, operations and programs in support of an assigned recreation center; and to perform a variety of technical tasks relative to assigned area of responsibili­ty. Applicants with a Therapeutic Recreation Certification are preferred.

Education & Outreach Specialist – National Marine Sanctuary Foundation

The National Marine Sanctuary Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is a leading voice for U.S. protected waters, is seeking an Education & Outreach Specialist. As part of the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary (TBNMS) education and outreach team, the Education & Outreach Specialist will serve as an integral part of TBNMS efforts to engage the public in protecting the Great Lakes and their rich history. The Specialist will work closely with staff and various partners to enhance TBNMS’s educational and outreach efforts. The Specialist will assist with the sanctuary’s education programming, including marine technology/ROV programming, history and archaeology, and Great Lakes ecology. A highlight of ROV programming is the annual MATE ROV Competition. Additionally, the Specialist will work with staff and partners on developing and implementing Great Lakes recreation, education, and stewardship programs for students, educators, and the general public. Programs will be conducted in the sanctuary visitor center, classrooms, and in the field, including on the water.

Program Operations Manager, Education – National Marine Sanctuary Foundation

The Program Operations Manager of the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation is a key position responsible for daily management and administration of operations of the assigned portfolio of Foundation programs in Education program areas. The Program Operations Manager will work closely with the Foundation’s staff as well as federal partners in the National Marine Sanctuary System and throughout NOAA to operationalize project work and provide detailed review and sustained analysis for programs and projects under their portfolio, including managing applications and review processes for grant and contract awards made by the Foundation.

Program Operations Manager, Restoration – National Marine Sanctuary Foundation

The National Marine Sanctuary Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is a leading voice for U.S. protected waters, is seeking a Program Operations Manager supporting the Restoration portfolio, a position responsible for the daily management and administration of operations of assigned portfolio of Foundation programs in Restoration program areas. The Program Operations Manager will work closely with the Foundation’s staff as well as federal partners in the National Marine Sanctuary System and throughout NOAA to operationalize project work and provide detailed review and sustained analysis for programs and projects under their portfolio, including managing applications and review processes for grant and contract awards made by the Foundation.

PT Recreation Center Supervisor – Alston-Massenberg Center – Town of Wake Forest

Performs a variety of tasks in the maintenance, operation, and supervision of recreational facilities for the Town of Wake Forest.

Education and Training Manager – Michigan Parks and Recrea

The Education and Training Manager plays a crucial role in guiding the development and success of mParks inclusive education and training programs. The ideal candidate brings an appreciation of the park and recreation profession with an understanding of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion efforts, alongside substantial expertise in curriculum development and instructional design, to facilitate a transformative learning experience.

Recreation Technicians – 2 Positions – Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, Maine

Friends of Acadia is accepting applications for the seasonal Recreation Technicians program for the 2024 season. The “Rec Techs” will assist Acadia National Park staff better understanding visitor use management and recreation-related impacts on the landscape. The Recreation Technician is funded by Friends of Acadia and works closely with Acadia National Park’s Social Scientist, and is managed by Friends of Acadia’s Recreation Technician Lead.

Long Season Position

Short Season Position

Temporary Summer Camp Staff – Ellerbe, NC

Are you ready for a summer of amazing experiences and memories that will last a lifetime? We are looking for responsible, enthusiastic individuals to serve as positive role models and mentors for youth, ages 5 – 17 at our American Camp Association accredited summer camp. Qualified candidates will possess patience, fairness, compassion, resilience, great listening skills, and have a passion for the outdoors, fun and developing young people. You will help provide a fun, caring, safe environment in which young people will learn to appreciate nature, enjoy the challenges of adventure activities while creating lasting friendships and memories. You will deliver age appropriate, predetermined curriculum in a variety of camp activities including, but not limited to: target sports, ecology, crafts, swimming, boating, hiking, team challenges, high ropes, photography, sports and games and/or rock climbing. Applicants are required to reside on site and in cabins with children.

County Extension Director – Warrenton, NC

Are you looking for a rewarding career that will let you give back to your community? NC State Extension extends research-based knowledge to all North Carolinians, helping them transform science into everyday solutions that improve their lives and grow our state. We are the model of excellence in non-formal, research-based education that advances agriculture, the environment, human health and well-being, youth and communities, while creating prosperity for all North Carolinians. Working for NC State Extension allows you to teach without being tied to a classroom and school bell.


Memberships and Programs Position – Shop Local – Raleigh

Do you like meeting with small business owners, attending events, planning events, working to help small business owners and being a part of making a difference in your community? Then this job just might be for you! The Membership and Programs position seeks a well-rounded, self-starter professional that is able to work independently on administrative duties including office management, membership sales, website management, event management for the organizations signature events, some marketing and various other items as assigned by the Executive Director. Some nights and weekends may also be required. This position will report directly to the Executive Director and will work in a team environment to accomplish the goals of the organization.

How to Apply: Email resume and cover letter to jennifer@shoplocalraleigh.org

East Tennessee Division Manager – Tennessee Department Of Tourist Development

The East Tennessee Division Manager will serve the 34 counties of East Tennessee managing partner relations and engagement. The position primarily works with tourism/destination marketing organizations to ensure awareness of department programs, initiatives and resources working to further develop the positive economic impact of tourism. The Division Manager reports to the Director of Outreach & Engagement and collaborates with other members of the Rural Tourism & Outreach and Marketing divisions. This person must be team-oriented, resourceful and possess excellent problem solving, interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills. Frequent in-state travel is required.

Coordinator of Events – USA Football

This position is responsible for the planning and execution of USA Football’s portfolio of events. USA Football is the governing body of American football in the United States, the sole US member of the International Federation of American Football, and a recognized sports organization of the US Olympic & Paralympic Committee. Its non-profit mission includes designing and delivering premier educational, development, and competitive programs for American football, including tackle and flag football. USA Football is the only organization that selects and organizes men’s and women’s US National Teams in federation-sanctioned international competition.


NCSU Student Employee: Intramural Sports Official

Wellness and Recreation is seeking enthusiastic students to officiate Intramural Sports games. Sports include: flag football, soccer, volleyball, basketball, cricket and softball.

Wellness and Recreation commits to foster a learning environment for our student employees that cultivate the skills of ethical reasoning, critical thinking, teamwork, initiative and professionalism. Programs and facilities are student run with professional coaching. The goal is to help develop student’s transferable skills and create a supportive and challenging environment for them to succeed in and out of the classroom.

NCSU Student Employee: Intramural Sports Scorekeeper

Wellness and Recreation is seeking enthusiastic students to keep score during Intramural Sports games. Sports include: basketball.

Wellness and Recreation commits to foster a learning environment for our student employees that cultivate the skills of ethical reasoning, critical thinking, teamwork, initiative and professionalism. Programs and facilities are student run with professional coaching. The goal is to help develop student’s transferable skills and create a supportive and challenging environment for them to succeed in and out of the classroom.

General Manager – Oak City Gliders

This position will be working with the coaches, owner, and the park to ensure that everything operationally is taken care of. This person will be doing the following:

  1. a) Liaison for the Gliders and park
  2. b) Heads the operations for each home games to ensure everything is taken care of (drinks/food for players, streaming, ticketing, concession, etc)
  3. c) sponsorship opportunities – seek out sponsorship opportunities
  4. d) setting up for each games

Please reach out to Phillip Lin for more information and to apply: phillip@oakcitygliders.com

NASCAR – Manager, Guest Services – Venue & Training – Daytona

This position will be responsible for managing the Venue Fan Crew, ensuring that Daytona International Speedway delivers our guests the best experience in sports for all events. In addition, this position will supervise the Wardrobe department and be responsible for coordinating all Fan Crew training. This position provides support in these areas at other SE Region properties – Homestead-Miami Speedway & Talladega Superspeedway.

Equipment Manager – NC State Athletics

The Equipment Manager provides support for assigned olympic sports. The Equipment Manager communicates daily with Head Coaches, coaching staff, student athletes, trainers, Athletic Administration, alumni, vendors and NCAA and ACC officials. S/he will advise coaching staff, student athletes and trainers of equipment and services available.

Ticket Office Operations Assistant – NC State Athletics

The NC State Athletics Ticket Office is a division of the Athletic Department at NC State University and is responsible for all ticket operations at sporting events hosted by NC State Athletics. 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.

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