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

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ACADEMIC Positions

Sports Analytics focused Assistant/Associate Professor – IU Indianapolis

The Department of Tourism, Event, and Sport Management in the School of Health & Human Sciences at Indiana University invites applications for a 10-month appointment tenure track faculty position. The responsibilities of the position will include teaching and providing leadership for the sports analytics graduate program, teaching-related undergraduate courses in sports management, collaborating with industry to fund research and provide students with research opportunities, and service to the university and profession.

Associate Instructor – College of Health, Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism – 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 position for an Associate Instructor (Lecturer) for the 2024/25 academic year at 0.75 FTE (or 9-month equivalent). The Department is looking for a skilled educator, who will cover classes in the core curriculum and provide representation on Department, College, and University committees. This position will begin August 16, 2024.

The successful candidate will have experience in teaching core classes including but not exclusive to introductory and mid-level courses in parks, recreation, and tourism management. Individuals with expertise in hospitality management and/or outdoor recreation & resource management are also encouraged to apply. Service based responsibilities representing the Department on College and University committees may also be required.

Faculty Position – Physical Education and Recreation – Gallaudet University

The School of Human Services and Sciences is seeking applicants for a full-time non-tenure-track faculty position in the Physical Education and Recreation (PER) program. The non-tenure track faculty member will teach undergraduate courses, engage in service to the program, University and profession.

The PER program is designed to prepare students to become leaders in promoting physical activities that enhance health. Students will acquire professional content knowledge and develop skills necessary to plan, lead and manage physical, recreation, and sports activities within diverse environments.

Instructor or Teaching Assistant Professor in Park Management and Conservation – Kansas State University

The Department of Horticulture and Natural Resources is seeking a creative, innovative 12-Month Instructor OR Teaching Assistant Professor to teach courses and advise students in our undergraduate Park Management and Conservation (PMC) major.

Assistant Professor – Land-Based STEM Education – University of Idaho

This is a full-time (nine month) tenure track academic year assistant professor appointment in the Natural Resources and Society department (50% teaching and advising, 20% Scholarship, 20% Outreach, 10% University service) with the option of an additional summer contract. The position is shared with the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences (CEHHS).

Instructor or Senior Instructor – Natural Resources Management – University of Idaho

The position, housed within the Department of Natural Resources and Society (NRS) is a nine-month, non-tenure track position. Rank is negotiable based on experience. The instructor will teach in-person courses for undergraduate students that support degree programs in the Department of Natural Resources and Society and College of Natural Resources. The instructor will support coursework within a wide range of natural resource topics, including developing courses in their area of expertise, while assisting in the launch of the new Natural Resource Enterprise Management undergraduate degree. The instructor will teach a total of 20-22 credit hours across the fall and spring semesters. It is expected that the instructor will be experienced with in-person pedagogies and seek professional development opportunities when available.

Research Scientist – Climate Impacts Group Team

The Climate Impacts Group is hiring a research scientist to support climate justice research and outreach through the Northwest Climate Resilience Collaborative. This position will contribute to a body of work that focuses on moving climate adaptation and climate justice into an implementation space. The research scientist will help create case studies and synthesis reports related to climate justice, community-based research and projects within the Northwest Climate Resilience Collaborative. Additionally, this position will support the development and logistics of a climate justice summer institute and other projects.

Post Doc Position – Kansas State University Park Management and Conservation

The Applied Park Science Lab in the Park Management and Conservation program of the Department of Horticulture and Natural Resources is seeking a visitor use management or recreation ecology expert with experience conducting mixed methods research and GIS applications.

The candidate will contribute to three projects that include research for the National Park Service, United States Forest Service, and the United States Department of Agriculture. These projects feature visitor use management and recreation ecology research designs. The candidate will have the opportunity to be involved with designing research projects, data collection, analysis, developing manuscripts for publication, and leading a team of graduate students.

Instructor – Outdoor & Community Recreation Education – Weber State University

The Department of Health, Physical Education & Recreation at Weber State University invites applications for a temporary (one-year) Instructor of Outdoor & Community Recreation Education (OCRE) position to begin July 1, 2024. The position has the possibility of converting into a tenure-track, assistant professor line at the end of the one-year appointment if the requirements for such a move are met.

The OCRE program is the leading program in the College of Education when it comes to providing high impact experiences for our students, which includes offering community engaged experiences, undergraduate research, field-expeditions, international programming, and interdisciplinary opportunities. The current position requires teaching a 12-credit hour load each semester, which may include courses in: outdoor retailing, risk management, facilities management, recreation and society, inclusive recreation, leadership, and other courses in the program. We look forward to working with a colleague who shares a passion for excellence in pedagogy.

Two Assistant Professor Positions: Outdoor Recreation and Leadership / Recreation Therapy – Radford University

Teach in the core curriculum and one or more of the following concentrations: outdoor recreation and leadership or recreation therapy. Applicants must be able to lead and supervise field experiences, advise students, and maintain an active role in scholarship and service to the profession and university community. Demonstrated commitment to teaching excellence and at least one degree in Recreation, Parks and Tourism (or related field) required. Evidence of interdisciplinary collaboration, experience with diverse populations, and earned doctorate preferred, ABD considered.

Professor / Associate Professor (Spatial Planning and Urban Studies) – CUHK

The Department of Geography and Resource Management at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is seeking an outstanding candidate for the post of Professor / Associate Professor. We are particularly interested in applicants with expertise in spatial planning and urban studies, with a scholarly focus on sustainable urbanism.

Temporary Program Assistant for EmPOWERing Mountain Food Systems & Ag Ed

This position will support the EmPOWERing Mountain Food Systems (EMFS) project and educational programs affiliated with the Center for Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS) (specifically internships and apprenticeships). It will report directly to and be housed under the project director of EmPOWER project. This position will be dedicated to supporting the administrative needs of the grant for 50% of the time and administrative needs of the internships and apprenticeships within CEFS the other 50%.

This position will be part of the Administrative Working Group and the Local Foods Working Group and will support the CEFS Business Manager in supporting the business functions of the two teams. EmPOWERing Mountain Food Systems is a federally funded grant targeted to coal impacted regions of Appalachia. Our goal is to help develop the local food and farming economy through supply chain enhancement, technical training, infrastructure development, agritourism, value-added production, business planning and an apprenticeship program.

EDUCATIONAL Opportunities

Women in Sports Leadership Summit – April 8th at NC State University

Join us for the second annual Women in Sports Leadership Summit (WISL) on Monday, April 8 from 6-9 in Reynolds Coliseum. The keynote speaker will be Arielle Chambers, NC State Alumna and founder of HighlightHER. If you have any questions, please reach out to Ashley Correa at Make sure to register to attend by clicking here.

2024 NRPA / AAPRA Mentorship Program

Are you ready to take your career to the next level? Just think what your very own mentor could do for you: cheerlead, listen, advise, and share experiences! Join us for the 2024 Mentorship Program!

ERC JUST TOUR PhD Scholarships: Tourism development, spatial justice, policy and political stakeholders

As part of this Full-Time PhD you will be based in the University of Glasgow Tourism Studies Group, within the School of Social and Environmental Sustainability. The Tourism Studies Group promotes research and debate about the contemporary challenges posed by the analysis of tourism as a socio-economic phenomenon. The ultimate goal of the Group’s work is to inform the sustainable practice of tourism management, through world-leading interdisciplinary research. The School of Social and Environmental Sustainability is based on UofG’s Dumfries Campus, in Dumfries and Galloway.

Student Scholarships from NCRPA – Apply Today!

You are invited to apply for a scholarship from the NC Recreation & Parks Scholarship Foundation. Scholarships are available for both undergraduate and graduate students. Last year, the Foundation awarded over $25,000.

Some important details to consider: Application Deadline is April 1st! You can start your application at any time and complete it by the deadline. Eligibility for each scholarship is noted on the application.

IMPACT Learning Institute’s Summer Professional Development Program

IMPACT Learning Institute, in collaboration with the UCLA Anderson School of Management, is pleased to announce our upcoming 4-week summer professional development program. This intensive certificate program is designed to equip students with the network, skills, and knowledge necessary to excel in the dynamic fields of sports, entertainment, and media. We are currently accepting applications for our 2024 cohort class, and we would greatly appreciate your assistance in sharing this opportunity with any interested students within your institution. This program is for both undergrad and graduate students.

NC STEM Policy Post-Graduate Fellowship

The NC STEM Policy Post-Graduate Fellowships provide graduate students from North Carolina colleges and universities with opportunities to serve full-time (40 hours per week) for a year in high-level state government offices, focusing on policy topics related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Each fellowship includes a competitive stipend totaling $52,500 for the year. In addition, $2,000 in travel support is provided for professional development and networking opportunities for fellows. The fellows also benefit from attending a policy workshop available through a partnership with Sigma Xi, the international honor society of science and engineering, in summer 2024, where they will learn the landscape for STEM policy implementation in North Carolina.

VOLUNTEER Opportunities

Volunteers Needed: Durham Sports Commission Emerging WISL Summit

The Emerging Women in Sports Leadership Summit is looking for volunteers on Thursday, April 11 at the Durham Convention Center. If you are interested, please contact Lulu Black (, the Assistant Director at the Durham Sports Commission, for more information.

INTERNSHIP Opportunities

The Bradford Events Internship

The Bradford is nestled on 16 acres in the quaint town of New Hill, North Carolina. It was intentionally designed to embrace the countryside of Europe while incorporating the serenity of home. A place where effortless elegance meets approachable luxury. Position Title: Bradford Intern. Semester long position (roughly three months). Pay is $100 per every event worked- minimum total is $1,200.

Intern – Parks, Recreation & Sports Tourism – Hickory, NC

Hickory, North Carolina, is a three-time All-America City on the Catawba River approximately one hour east of Asheville and one hour north of Charlotte. More than 40,000 residents call Hickory their home and Hickory is the hub of a 350,000 metropolitan area. Hickory has outstanding school systems, seven recreation facilities, two libraries, several golf courses, theaters, art museums, and eighteen gorgeous parks. Interns will be responsible for assisting Parks, Recreation & Sports Tourism Staff. Work hours will vary depending on activities and events. *Seasonal: May-August*

Fall Semester Internship: Athelo Group

We are a sports marketing agency based in Connecticut and are looking for students who are passionate about sports to join our internship program. We are currently recruiting for the 2024 Fall semester. For more information and to apply, please reach out to Tanner Steffy:

Emerging Leaders Summit Intern – Appalachian Trail Conservancy

This position advances ATC’s work promoting the Appalachian Trail as a place of social connection and empowerment for all people. The Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC) has a demonstrated commitment to youth outreach and engagement and advancing the values of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility in outdoor recreation and public lands stewardship. Through initiatives like our annual Emerging Leaders’ Summit (ELS) and our Next Generation (NextGen) Advisory Council, we work to authentically build and empower a more diverse group of young people who care about the Trail and the personal and societal benefits of a bond with the natural world.

The Emerging Leaders’ Summit(s) is a multi-day gathering during which the ATC brings together a diverse cohort of young people ages 18-30 to connect with their peers, learn trail skills, and cultivate a shared commitment to making the outdoors a welcoming place for all to enjoy. In addition to supporting the Summit the intern will work with ATC staff on Youth and Young Adult Outreach initiatives including but not limited to the Next Generation Advisory Council. This internship is sponsored by the Partnership for the National Trails System

Seasonal Park Ranger Internships – Lucky Peak State Park, Boise, Idaho

Internship positions involve various skills including but not limited to:

  • Building and Grounds Maintenance: Maintains park facilities and grounds to ensure resource preservation and visitor safety. Including janitorial services, minor repair of facilities and equipment; lawn mowing, trimming and irrigation. Performs a variety of basic craft activities to include carpentry, plumbing, electrical, and masonry. Operates and repairs vehicles, trucks, mowers, groomers, backhoes, as well as hand and power tools.
  • Clerical: Keeping required records and files, preparing correspondence and reports, or filing and compiling data for reports as directed.
  • Resource Management: Park and recreation rule compliance, and conflict resolution of visitor and user issues. Inventorying and monitoring plants and wildlife, analyzing and uploading data recorded, treating noxious weeds.
  • Marina Duties: Fueling Boats and providing other assistance to boaters. Directing traffic within parking lot areas. Dock repairs and maintenance.
  • Visitor Services: Maintaining positive public relations, and engagement through interpretative and experiential programming. Maintaining park publication inventory, displays, and shelter reservations; responding to information requests from management, staff, and visitors; providing information in person, via email, and phone.
  • Retail: Handling money including balancing and closing cash registers; completing sales transmittals and making bank deposits.

Greensboro Grasshoppers Food & Beverage Intern

The Greensboro Grasshoppers, the High-A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates, are looking to fill a Food & Beverage Intern position for the 2024 season. We are eager to find an energetic individual who will help in supervising our concessions at First National Bank Field.

Overall Responsibility: The intern primarily will report to the Director of Food & Beverage and will help in overseeing all aspects of concessions. The intern will also gain experience in operations, finance, and human resources.

Greensboro Grasshoppers Stadium Operations Trainee

The Greensboro Grasshoppers, the Class High-A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates, are looking to fill a Stadium Operations Trainee position for the 2024 season. We are eager to find an energetic individual who will help in the supervision of the overall operation at First National Bank Field.The intern primarily will report to the Director of Stadium Operations and will help in overseeing all aspects of general operations. The trainee will also gain experience in other areas such as tickets, merchandising, sales, and promotions as needed.

Kansas City Sports Commission Internship Program

The Kansas City Sports Commission & WIN for KC offer spring, summer and fall internships to college students and recent graduates. Internship periods are based on school semester length and can be utilized for course credit.

Our internship program is full-time (M-F, 9am-5pm) with some nights and weekends depending on the event schedule. Our internship is unpaid; however, interns will have the opportunity to network with high-profile individuals and organizations within the Kansas City community and attend a variety of sports related activities and events, providing valuable, hands-on industry experience. Out of state candidates are encouraged to apply, but no housing is offered.

Internship opportunities are available within our Graphic Design, Events, Marketing and WIN for KC teams.

Nashville Sports Council Internships

Intern with us! The Nashville Sports Council and TransPerfect Music City Bowl are excited to offer an exceptional internship opportunity! We deliver internship experience focused on educational and practical activities across a variety of amateur and professional sports in a vibrant city.

Great Experience Interns will have the opportunity for cross-functional exposure in Events & Operations, Marketing & Communications, and Development. View our internship opportunities on our TeamWork Online page.

Assistant Academic Coordinator (Intern 2024 – 2025 Academic Year) – NC State University

This position is a full-time internship intended to provide hands-on experience and prepare individuals to perform at a high level in full-time positions in academic support for student-athletes following the internship. The NC State Academic Support Program for Student-Athletes Internship Program has existed since 2005 and was recognized as the National Association of Academic and Student-Athlete Development Professionals (N4A) Model Practices Award winner in 2013.

Fan Experience & Marketing Assistant (Intern 2024-2025 Academic Year – NC State University

This 11 month full-time paid internship position will assist in all aspects of fan experience and marketing while promoting NC State University’s NCAA Division I 22-sport athletics program. The candidates will serve as the primary marketing contact for assigned sports and secondary contact for additional sports.

This position will be responsible for collaborating with all External Relations units to develop and execute an integrated external plan for assigned sports, manage the individual sports budgets; work with the Creative Services team on cohesive branding and creative for marketing materials; work with Creative Video and Pack Productions to create in-game and advertising video elements. This person will assist Sports Information Directors and the Social Media Strategist with implementing promotions on social networking sites including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other applications as needed. This position will be responsible to lead the gameday presentation for assigned sports including live directing of the event. Additionally, they will be responsible for enhancing the overall fan experience through traditional and innovative in-venue entertainment strategies.


Communications Manager – Blue Ridge National Heritage Area

The Blue Ridge National Heritage Area (BRNHA) seeks a full-time Communications Manager in Asheville, North Carolina to refine and implement the organization’s brand. The position will manage an effective strategy to communicate the organization’s work to its current audience, as well as capture the interest of new audiences to partner with and support BRNHA. The candidate will create and implement a donor and sponsor communications strategy to meet the organization’s budgetary needs and track BRNHA’s promotional efforts to support programming and events. They will be responsible for the creation, production, and distribution of interactive and compelling promotional content, including a monthly partner and visitor e-news, website and social media, press releases, fact sheets, brochures, annual reports, and community updates.

Visitor Use Analyst – National Park Service, Intermountain Regional Office

This position coordinates and facilitates the development of visitor use management (VUM) plans and strategies and provides technical assistance to parks throughout the Intermountain region, which includes Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and Montana. The position also serves as the principal advisor to the regional planning manager, regional leadership, and park managers on visitor use strategies and recreation management techniques needed to meet visitor experience and access goals. In these roles, the incumbent successfully integrates a variety of professional experience and disciplines related to park planning, visitor experience and resource protection, social science, transportation, and environmental impact analysis.

Assistant Recreation Center Supervisor – City of High Point Parks & Recreation Department

Performs responsible professional work supervising recreational programs and directing the operation of a neighborhood recreation center; does related work as required. Work is performed under the regular supervision of a Recreation Center Supervisor. Supervision is exercised over part-time staff, volunteers, and program participants. Work schedule may include nights, weekends, and holidays.

Assistant Director – Community Recreation Services Division – City of Durham Parks and Recreation Department

Reporting to the Parks and Recreation Director, you’ll serve as the leader of the Community Recreation Services Division and a team member to the department’s leadership team consisting of the Assistant Director over Business Services, the Assistant Director over Park Planning and Project Development and the Culture and Community Manager.

Seasonal Park Aid – Lucky Peak State Park

Pay Rate: Starting at $13.00

Location: Lucky Peak State Park- Discovery Unit, Sandy Point Unit, Spring Shores Marina Unit; Boise Idaho 83716

Length of Employment: The length of employment differs among the parks, but typically lasts from the latter part of May to the first part of September. However, there are jobs that begin as early as March and may last into November. Maximum 5 months consecutively before required lay off period.

Minimum Requirements: You should be able to perform routine maintenance tasks such as cleaning rest rooms, operate a variety of equipment, follow written and oral instructions, perform moderately heavy labor, work under adverse weather conditions, and deal appropriately and tactfully with others. Some positions require you have or obtain a valid driver’s license, standard First-Aid and CPR certifications. You will also be required to adhere to uniform policies.

Most job duties require employees to be at least 18 years of age.

Public Lands Engagement Manager – MountainTrue

MountainTrue is seeking a Public Lands Engagement Manager. This is a full-time position (40hrs/week) that reports to the Public Lands Biologist. They are tasked with:

60% – Organizing, advocacy, and outreach to engage the public to address threats and seize opportunities to protect, invest in, and better manage local, state, and federal public lands in the region.

40% – Manage volunteers to steward public lands through activities such as non-native species control, ecological restoration, and monitoring and maintenance of trail and road infrastructure on public lands.

Partnerships Program Specialist – Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Manteo, NC

The main function is to build and maintain partnerships at the Federal, State and Local level. Duties include but not limited to: Builds and maintains partnerships and serves as primary liaison at both the Federal and State level; Advises the Superintendent in the development and implementation of new strategies, policies, and procedures for the park to deliver funds or objectives for resource preservation by new or designated partners; Prepares and administers cooperative agreements and Cooperative Management Agreements (CMA) with designated partners to deliver programming, capital investments, etc.; Maintains Agreement Technical Representative (ATR) certification

Grants Specialist – State of North Carolina Parks and Recreation

The position independently promotes the development of public recreation facilities of local governments and acquisition of park land throughout the State of NC to eligible applicants: counties, incorporated municipalities, and public authorities (defined by GS-159-7) via the grant program of the NC Parks and Recreation Trust Fund (PARTF) and the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF).

Program Manager – City Parks Alliance

City Parks Alliance seeks a Program Manager to manage the execution of programs, primarily the biennial Greater & Greener urban parks conference and park study tours. The Program Manager is also responsible for managing the ParkXChange online resource library and supports virtual programs including webinars, peer conversations, skill-building workshops, and other in-person learning opportunities. The position offers an opportunity to join a growing and dynamic organization of urban park leaders in North America.

Manager of People and Culture – City of Wheat Ridge, CO

The Manager of People and Culture is responsible for providing leadership and establishing strategic and operational direction in all aspects of human resources in the City. The position is designed to support the City’s strategic initiatives and organizational culture.


American Hotel and Lodging Association – Multiple Positions

AHLA is a dynamic trade association headquartered in D.C., with a tradition of serving the hospitality industry for more than a century. Whether you are advocacy focused, or looking to enhance our member value proposition, you can be sure that the work you do here, will have a lasting impact. We are seeking results-oriented professionals who are driven to make a difference, share the same goals and have a sense of purpose to support our industry. We offer a collaborative work environment, competitive salary, generous benefits package, and the opportunity to be part of a successful organization that truly values the creativity and innovation of its staff. Open positions include:

Director of Sustainable Tourism and Partnerships – Leave No Trace

Leave No Trace seeks a dynamic, visionary, highly collaborative Director of Sustainable Tourism and Partnerships to join our team. We want to hear from you if you’re ready to make a tangible difference in the conservation world while enjoying a flexible work environment and competitive compensation package. As an employee, you’ll spearhead initiatives to engage destination management organizations using Leave No Trace education and guidelines to inform best tourism sustainability practices worldwide. From crafting innovative sustainable tourism strategies to fostering key relationships with stakeholders, your role will be instrumental in shaping the future of outdoor stewardship in the tourism space. Join us in our mission to leave a lasting legacy of environmental conservation for generations to come. Apply now and join our dedicated team in the scenic Denver, CO, area!

Tourism Manage – Idaho Department of Commerce

As the lead economic development and marketing agency for the State of Idaho, the mission of the Idaho Department of Commerce is to foster a business-friendly environment to aid in quality job creation, support existing companies, strengthen communities, promote innovation, and market Idaho domestically and internationally. The Tourism Manager is responsible for and actively participates with a team of specialists in marketing the State of Idaho as a tourism destination. The Tourism Manager champions the Visit Idaho brand, the State of Idaho’s consumer tourism marketing program. The position requires knowledge of marketing and promotion, strong written and verbal communication skills, strong project management skills, and the ability to build relationships with statewide tourism industry professionals and state and federal agency partners. The Tourism Manager is based out of the Idaho Department of Commerce downtown Boise office.

Digital Content Producer – North Carolina Museum of History

The Digital Content Producer will partner with the North Carolina Museum of History Communications and Marketing team to implement marketing, branding & public relations communication plans – plans to drive awareness to the North Carolina Museum of History and the multitude of exhibits and programs offered annually. The communication strategies will align with the established mission, goals, and objectives of the North Carolina Museum of History. The marketing and communications plan will be tailored to meet the unique needs of the museum visitor, utilizing a “voice” and point of view that resonates within a local, regional, national and international context. The objective of the strategy is to promote the North Carolina Museum of History, its mission and its constantly changing exhibits and programs.


Associate Director of Programs – Recreational Sports & Fitness – Montana State University

The Associate Director of Programs will provide leadership and expertise in administering all recreation-based programmatic offerings. The Associate Director assists the Director with the programmatic, financial and personnel functions of the department. The Associate Director will be responsible for building and cultivating relationships with numerous campus constituents to help advance the mission of the university, the division, and the department. This position will create and implement training and retention strategies and professional development opportunities for all Campus Rec professional staff. The Associate Director will supervise classified staff, and report to the Director. The Associate Director will serve on the departmental leadership team and act as Director in the absence of Director.

Assistant Director of Fitness – UNC- Greensboro

The Assistant Director, Fitness is responsible for the overall design, management, and implementation of a comprehensive fitness program for the students, faculty, staff and UNC Greensboro community. This includes leadership of two professional positions and a graduate assistant as well as student employees. The incumbent is charged with providing the long term strategic vision and planning for the fitness program.

Coordinator of Athletic Training – East Carolina University

The Coordinator of Athletic Training will provide sports medicine coverage and care to the ECU student population with close attention to the 29 club sports. Responsibilities will include injury prevention, clinical evaluation, emergency care, treatment, rehabilitation, assistance with organization and administration of 2 athletic training rooms and professional development of the athletic training program area in Campus Recreation & Wellness. The Coordinator will report to the Sr. Coordinator of Athletic Training and oversee student employees. The Coordinator may maintain 4-8 regular weekly hours of sports medicine care at Student Health Services under the direction of the Medical Director of Student Services.

Part-Time Position at the USA Baseball National Training Complex (Cary, NC) – Team Store Associate

We are currently looking for part time staff for our Team Store at the USA Baseball National Training Complex in Cary. Responsibilities:

  • Assist with daily opening and closing procedures
  • Greet guests in a friendly manner as they enter/exit the Team Store
  • Offer product suggestions and recommendations to guests when assistance is needed
  • Develop a thorough understanding of how to use Shopify Point of Sale system

Fayetteville Woodpeckers – Multiple Positions

The Fayetteville Woodpeckers are a Minor League Baseball team of the Carolina League and the Single-A affiliate of the Houston Astros. Open positions include:

  • Music Operator
  • Stadium Operations Director
  • Mascot
  • Promotions Team
  • Stat & Pitch Clock Operator
  • Camera Operator
  • Field Operations Grounds Crew Member
  • Ticket Seller
  • Retail Sales Associate
  • Ticket Taker
  • Kids Zone Attendant
  • Usher
  • Sponsorships Manager
  • Special Events Associate

Opportunity for NC State Students to Work With The Savannah Bananas

The Savannah Bananas are playing at Durham Bulls Athletic Park in Durham on April 12th, 13th, and 14th! The Bananas have a mission to be Fans First and Entertain Always. We want YOU to be a part of spreading that mission to every fan in your city!! In the past we have found great success in hiring students that attend universities in the surrounding areas we are playing in. Shift opportunities:

Friday April 12th: Game Day 3pm-10:30pm

Saturday April 13th: Game Day 3pm-10:30pm

Sunday April 14th: Game Day 8am-5:30pm

We have found the best success with people that work all shifts. That way we all have a great rhythm going and you feel more and more confident as the games go on! Of course, if you can only join us for 1 or 2 shifts, that is okay! On game days you will either work merchandise or tickets. Working merch will involve set up/break down of stands and selling merch at stands. Each stand has a Stand Lead that will train and guide you every step of the way! There is also the option to be a Scanner Nanner (a ticket scanner in a banana costume). You must have an iPhone for this role. The best Scanner Nanner’s are enthusiastic and outgoing!

Fill out this form to apply:

Associate Athletics Director for Compliance – NC State University

The Associate Athletics Director for Compliance will assist the Senior Associate Athletics Director for Compliance with the development and implementation of a comprehensive NCAA Division I athletics compliance program. Within the context of ensuring compliance with NCAA and ACC rules for all constituencies of the Athletics Department, this includes, but is not limited to: education, interpretations, monitoring, waivers, investigation and reporting of violations of NCAA and ACC rules, the development and implementation of policies and procedures that govern the compliance program; and the development of tools and systems to capture data/information to monitor/ensure compliance with NCAA and ACC rules.

Asst. Strength & Conditioning Coach – NC State University

Responsibilities for this position include but are not limited to: Design and implement a comprehensive strength and conditioning program as related to injury prevention and performance enhancement (strength development, speed development, power development, movement capacity development, etc.) for assigned sport programs; Chart and analyze student athlete progress from performance assessments, performance programs in order to evaluate effectiveness of training program; Maintain a safe (provide proper teachings of training techniques) and positive training environment for NC state student athletes; Enforce weight room rules and etiquette; Provide facility upkeep and maintenance.