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

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

Raleigh resident Sam Greene works on her mural on the greenway near Lake Raleigh on Centennial Campus. Photo by Becky Kirkland.

Join us for the PRTM (+CHASS) Career Fair

Meet and network with parks, recreation, tourism, and sport management employers interested in CNR students. Some employers will even be CNR and/or NCSU alumni! Check the list of registered employers at the link belwo. Student registration is not required. Wednesday, February 28, 1pm-4pm, in Talley Student Union Ballrooms (3rd floor).

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ACADEMIC Positions

Black Geographies Assistant Professor – Texas Tech University

Texas Tech is seeking a broadly trained geographer for an assistant professor position in Rural/Urban sustainability.This position will be part of a new Center for Coupled Urban-Rural Environmental Sustainability (CURES) at Texas Tech University (TTU) will lead scholarship addressing the challenges of communities in small- to mid-sized cities and their surrounding rural areas. It will unite leaders from the fields of science, engineering, resource management, human- and social-sciences, and the humanities to improve knowledge, develop strategies and build frameworks that will improve human health and well-being, and increase regional and environmental sustainability.

Positions Available in Recreation and Leisure Studies at the University of Waterloo

  • Assistant Professor, Leisure and Events
  • Assistant Professor, Recreation, Leisure, and Aging
  • Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Health, Professor

TT Assistant Professor Forest Systems Social-Ecological Spatial Analysis – University of Minnesota

Nine-month, full-time, tenure-track assistant professor appointment with responsibilities for research (50%) and teaching (50%). The position is in the Department of Forest Resources and located on the St. Paul Campus. The successful candidate will have access to the Department office and laboratory space. The position is available beginning August 2024, with review of applications beginning February 25, 2024.

Teaching Faculty – Dept of Parks, Recreation and Tourism – University of Utah

The Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism in the College of Health at the University of Utah is pleased to announce a nine-month teaching faculty appointment for the 2024/25 academic year. 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 appointment will begin August 16, 2024 and go through May 15, 2025 with a possibility of reappointment.

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. Preference will be given to individuals with skills in financial and personnel management, facilities, and sustainability. Individuals with expertise in hospitality management and/or outdoor recreation & resource management are encouraged to apply. Service based responsibilities representing the Department on College and University committees may also be required.

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

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

The University of Idaho McCall Field Campus and the College of Natural Resources (CNR) invite applications for a nine-month tenure track assistant professor in Land-based and place-based STEM pedagogy. This position will be located at the University of Idaho McCall Field Campus (UI-MFC). The UI-MFC is located approximately 200 miles south of the main campus of the University of Idaho, in the West Central Mountains region of Idaho, in the mountain community of McCall. The mission of the McCall Field Campus is to cultivate reciprocal relationships between land, waters, and people by partnering with communities on innovative research and transformative Stem education experiences.

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.

Instructor or Teaching Assistant Professor of 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.

Faculty Position – 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.

Assistant Professor – Fac. of Kinesiology & Rec Mgmt – University of Manitoba

The FKRM seeks an individual with generalist knowledge and training in the area of recreation and leisure studies with a completed PhD in the field or ABD. The candidate should outline in their cover letter research/teaching expertise in any of the following areas: recreation management at the organizational level, parks and protected areas, sustainable leisure, tourism, leisure education, theories of leisure, global and/or cross- cultural understandings of leisure, child, and youth leisure, and/or leadership. The successful candidate will have demonstrated excellence in scholarship and teaching, with the ability to attract research funding, maintain a program of research leading to publications in refereed journals, and the capacity to contribute to knowledge mobilization.

Sport Management – Assistant Professor – Tenure-stream appointment – Bishop’s University

We at Bishop’s University, located on the traditional and unceded territory of the Abenaki people, and the Department of Sports Studies, invite applications for a tenure-stream faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor with a specialization in one of the following fields related to sport management: event management or legacy; digital media or technology; leadership or governance; communications; strategic management; sustainability; or other related fields. The appointment will begin on July 1, 2024.

Teaching Assistant Professor of Recreation & Sport Management – University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

This is a 9-month, full-time non-tenure track position with the possibility of summer teaching for summer pay (i.e., extra pay). The Teaching Assistant Professor of Recreation and Sport Management will teach undergraduate and graduate courses (typical load is four 3-credit hours each semester); mentor undergraduate and graduate students as needed; serve on master thesis and dissertation committees, and provide service to the department, college, university, community, and profession.

EDUCATIONAL Opportunities

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!

Emerging Women in Sports Leadership Summit

For the second year, the Durham Sports Commission (DSC) is proud to announce its partnership with Women Leaders in Sports to host the Emerging Women in Sports Leadership Summit. The summit will take place on Thursday, April 11 from 1:00-5:45 p.m. at the Durham Convention Center, followed by a networking reception at the Durham Marriott City Center from 5:45-6:30 p.m. Registration is now open through March 18 and early bird registration closes on February 22. More information can be found at

Wolfpack 1st & Goal Career Fair

“Wolfpack 1st and Goal” is an event for companies seeking to provide internship, and postgraduate employment opportunities for talented NC State student-athletes. NC State student-athletes have valued traits that many companies are seeking including teamwork, a competitive nature, strong work ethic, confidence, and accountability.

INTERNSHIP Opportunities

Ticket Office – Sales & Operations Intern/Assistant – NC State Athletics

NC State University, Intercollegiate Athletics: D-I, Atlantic Coast Conference, is seeking a highly motivated, goal and team oriented individual looking for career experience in ticket operations and sales. This is an opportunity to gain exposure to all facets of college athletic administration (ticket sales, service, operations, compliance, facilities, event management, game-day operations, marketing, development, etc.) through running the day-to-day operations of the NC State Athletics Ticket Office.

A Ticket Office Assistant’s responsibilities include but are not limited to: providing customer service via phone, mail and walk-up; conducting outbound sales and service calls; processing orders and mailings through Paciolan ticketing software; printing tickets; assisting service and retention efforts; allocating tickets in conjunction with the NC State Student Aid Association; assisting with ticket reconciliations; cash management; data entry; supervising and leading student workforce; and student ticket distribution. Additional responsibilities will include assisting and leading in game day operations and management for football, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, gymnastics, baseball, softball, wrestling, and additional events as assigned.

JC Raulston Arboretum – Multiple Internship Positions:

Temp Project Youth Extension Service Staff Intern – NC State University

Project YES interns provide youth development programs for children and youth of military families throughout the United States and US territories. Programs may be delivered during Yellow Ribbon events (any phase) and other youth centric activities, i.e. councils, leadership summits, family days, camps, etc. Staff interns are not required to be North Carolina State University students. Interns remain at their home university and will travel to event sites to facilitate Project YES programs. Project YES provides high level education in leadership development, facilitation skills, youth development and age-appropriate curriculum. Project YES interns will also be required to complete a career-enhancing project during the course of the internship. This will be accomplished with the assistance of an individually matched mentor. Together, the mentor and intern will complete a variety of activities designed to better inform and prepare the intern to transition into the workforce.

Intern – Virginia Tourism Corporation

We are looking for an Intern to join VTC’s Research division during the summer of 2024 for a 10-week period. This energetic, self-starting individual is seeking analytical experience in economics, tourism, or in state government and will assist with producing reports and generating insights from VTC’s data sources. The selected intern will gain valuable experience working alongside a dedicated team and will become familiar with the mission and goals of a state destination marketing organization (DMO). We aim to offer the intern with direct mentorship to cultivate their skills and help them develop into being a proficient professional in the tourism industry. The responsibilities of the intern may vary based on the applicant’s interest and experience, as well as the particular research areas the team is pursuing at the time.

Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Summer Intern – City of Raleigh

The City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department is looking for motivated interns for the summer! Over the course of 12 weeks, interns will go through orientation and training and then rotate through 5 areas in 2-week intervals to give a well-rounded experience and broad knowledge of City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources operations. Potential rotation areas could include Athletics, Youth Programs, Community Centers, Specialized Recreation & Inclusion, Dix Park, Raleigh Museum, Raleigh Historic Sites, Cultural Outreach & Enrichment, and more!

NC State Extension Summer Internship Program

Imagine a career in which you can make a positive difference in the community every day. Imagine a career where you teach people, and your classroom is a farm, field, factory, forest, home, or community. You are invited to apply to the NC State Extension Summer Internship Program, an experience that will prepare you for a challenging and rewarding career!

Interns will assist Extension Agents through programs such as Master Gardeners, crop protection, diabetes cooking classes, and 4-H livestock projects. Extension internships offer a first-hand view of Extension careers. For these internships, we are seeking students whose academic background is relevant to Extension, especially: agricultural and Extension education; agricultural and resource economics; animal science; applied ecology; biological and agricultural engineering; communications; crop and soil sciences; education; entomology and plant pathology; family and consumer sciences; food, bioprocessing and nutrition sciences; horticultural science; plant and microbial biology; poultry science; public administration; youth development; and others. In 2024, 30 internships are available across North Carolina.

Conservation Planning Intern – Triangle Land Conservancy

The Conservation Planning Intern is a supporting position that plays a role in TLC’s land protection program. The intern will serve, alongside the Conservation Planner, in organizing, creating, and utilizing planning data to develop strategies to achieve the goals of TLC’s strategic action plan. This includes GIS modeling in ArcGIS Pro, communication via cartographic design, and technical report writing. The internship is ideal for candidates looking to practically apply GIS skills toward a conservation planning project, assist with community outreach, and gain experience working with local governments, resource partners, and community members on conservation initiatives. There will also be opportunities for the intern to gain exposure to ongoing projects in other TLC departments throughout the summer, including stewardship and education & outreach.

Seasonal – Camps and Events Intern – NC 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 early May and ending August 2.

2029 World University Games – Summer 2024 Internships

The North Carolina Organizing Committee for the 2029 World University Games (NCOC), in conjunction with Sports & Properties, Inc. and the Triangle Sports Commission, currently have internship openings for qualified college students. Summer Internships involve full-time work during the Summer (May to August) of 2024 (full-time involves up to a 40-hour workweek). Start and end dates for the Fall Internship are worked out individually with each intern, but typically the internship gets underway near mid-May and concludes in early August.

This summer our work focus will primarily be on the 2029 World University Games (see the section below for more information on the World University Games), which were awarded to North Carolina in 2023. Work on the World University Games will involve event planning; fundraising; sponsorships; budgeting; marketing and promotions; operations, including transportation, security, sports, and venues; social media; cultural arts festival; education program; World Conference; public relations; community outreach; and much more.

Shelton Challenge Staff Positions – Paid Internship Positions

The Shelton Leadership Center is seeking college students for paid internships this summer as a part of the Red Hat Shelton Challenge. Students in these roles will have the opportunity to deepen their own leadership skills, build relevant professional skills, such as the ability to work on diverse, intergenerational teams, communication, and critical thinking, and contribute to a transformative experience that impacts their local and state communities.

Summer Camp Internship Opportunities – Clemson University’s Learning Institute 4-H Camp

4-H summer camps provide an opportunity to experience new and exciting activities; including climbing wall, archery, canoeing, and many others offered in a safe, supervised environment where campers can explore new areas of interest with encouragement from trained counselors and staff. Counselors lead, instruct, and supervise campers in all areas of summer camp programming. The camp is run out of Camp Bob Cooper in Summerton, SC directly on Lake Marion about an hour and half from Charleston, SC. You can look at our camp by going to our website at

MAOP Undergraduate Summer Research Internship – Virginia Tech University

Are you an undergrad interested in studying and addressing issues of diversity, inclusion, and belonging in the sciences? The Dayer Lab at Virginia Tech would like you to join us for a paid summer internship! As an undergrad research assistant you will work closely with Nathan Thayer, a postdoctoral researcher, to analyze survey data collected from members of professional societies, review and report on social science literature on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging in the sciences, assist in writing reports, and create presentations to report out findings. You will also interact regularly with a vibrant community of 15 scholars, committed to making the world a better place for wildlife and people. We will teach you more about graduate school and you will learn key approaches in the social sciences such as survey data analysis and science co-production.

Interpretive Internship Program – Idaho Department Parks & Recreation – Hells Gate State Park

This position is an Interpretive Internship Program for students or individuals interested in becoming a park ranger or interpretive guide. The intern will work a 5-day, 40-hour work week, including weekends and holidays. The intern will work with park rangers to develop and present weekly interpretive/educational programs at Hells Gate State Park. They will be expected to work with visitor services staff in the Lewis & Clark Discovery Center, Jack O’Connor Hunting Heritage & Education Center, and throughout Hells Gate State Park. This position will provide interpretive opportunities to practice roving interpretation in the real world.


US Army Corps Summer Seasonal Park Ranger Positions

About the Position: Serves as a Park Ranger assisting the ranger staff with the routine day-to-day duties required to operate and maintain the recreational and natural resource facilities located at Albeni Falls Dam.

Duties: Perform duties involving a variety of visitor-oriented tasks to encourage the proper use and enjoyment of the park facilities; Escorts visitors on routine tours of the facility; Performs receptionist duties at the information desk in the Visitor Center; Provides assistance to the public by answering general questions about the parks; Assists in maintaining record of supplies needed in recreation site(s); Assists higher graded Park Rangers in the development, presentation, and maintenance of interpretive programs.

NCSU College of Engineering Camp Staff Positions

Summer X-Press Regional Coordinator – City of Raleigh

Expand the horizons of what you have previously considered possible for a summer job! The City of Raleigh is proud to host summer camp at 41 different locations and is seeking enthusiastic and passionate individuals to join our camp family. Regional Coordinators work between 30-50 hours per week (depending on camp site needs and schedule). Camp sites are open 7:30a-6:00p, Monday-Friday. Camp season is June 17th- August 22nd with night/weekend trainings in late May. Join our team and make the decision to create lasting relationships with campers, directors & co-workers and challenge your expectations for what a summer job should be in this fun and life-changing environment!

Summer History Camp Educator – City of Raleigh

Work with Raleigh’s historic sites to offer fun, educational programming to campers throughout the city. Camp Educators will accompany elementary and middle school campers on daily field trips to various historic sites and museums with transportation by the Historic Raleigh Trolley. Camp Educators will also lead history-based activities for campers. Field trip locations will include historic sites and museums in Raleigh and Wake County. This is a summer-long position from May through August. Camp educators must have weekday availability and will be scheduled approximately 20 hours a week, Monday through Friday. All educators must be available for training before camp begins.

Health and Wellness Summer Activity Specialist – City of Raleigh

The Health and Wellness Programming team is in search of a self-motivated, enthusiastic, and highly responsible individual to lead healthy lifestyle activities at various Raleigh Parks Summer Camp locations. Recent experience or a passion for planning and facilitating fitness, wellness, physical activity, healthy lifestyle, or recreational activities for all ages is desired. This is a temporary/seasonal staff position scheduled to work between 15 and 20 hours per week. This individual will take on an important role in coordinating and facilitating wellness, fitness, physical activity, and recreational programming in collaboration with community centers and parks staff at a variety of City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources locations.

Camp Director – Artist Studio Summer Camp – City of Raleigh

Do you enjoy Visual Arts and working with Teen/Preteen Art programming? Looking for experience leading students in a fun and open-minded environment? Pullen Arts Center is seeking responsible individuals interested in serving as Camp Director for four weeks of Artist Studio Summer camp this year.The Artist Studio is an art-based day camp that provides pre-teens and teens (ages 11-16) with the opportunity for skill-building and creative exploration within a professional Art studio setting. Camp workshops are designed and taught by professional teaching artists. During each weekly session, campers will take art-related field trips and end each day with open studio time where they will be able to work on individual projects or participate in fun, collaborative art-making activities. The Artist Studio summer camp will culminate in a student exhibition. Summer camp will take place 9:00-5:00 pm Monday – Friday beginning July 8th and lasting through August 2nd.

Pullen Arts Center’s Camp Director should be attentive and committed to the well-being of all young artists. Camp directors will gain experience in program planning, behavior management, and parent communication.

Camp Specialist – Artist Studio Summer Camp at Pullen Arts Center – City of Raleigh

Pullen Arts Center is seeking responsible, enthusiastic individuals who love working with teens and pre-teens to serve as Camp Specialists for Artist Studio Summer Camp 2024. Camp Specialists will assist Teaching Artists and Camp Director in executing Visual Arts programming and recreational activities for 4-week arts based day camp for teens and pre-teens (Ages 11-16). Artist Studio Summer Camp runs July 8 – August 2nd 2024.

Instructor: Outdoor Recreation & Environmental Educator– Summer 2024 – City of Raleigh

The City of Raleigh is seeking part-time Recreation Educators to facilitate programmatic experiences on recreational topics including Kayaking, Stand Up Paddleboarding, Orienteering, Fishing, and more. Successful candidates will work with the public while incorporating outdoor ethical practices through programmatic opportunities.

Park Specialist – Lake Johnson Park – Summer 2024 – City of Raleigh

The City of Raleigh is seeking a part-time Park Specialist to perform a variety of tasks in support of outdoor recreation at Lake Johnson Park. This part-time, seasonal position is responsible for providing outstanding customer service, facilitating memorable park experiences, assisting in park operations, and facilitating park programs and private events. Successful candidates will work with the public while incorporating outdoor ethical practices through park operations and programmatic opportunities. This position typically works 1 to 3 six-hour shifts per week. Successful candidates have availability to work evenings, weekends, or both.

Partnership Raleigh Conservation Intern Program – Crew Leader

Do you love being outside in nature? Are you willing to dedicate your time and effort to ecological conservation? Are you interested in developing leadership skills and experience that will prepare you for a career in natural resources, conservation biology, ecology, and/or parks & recreation? Then this is the job for you!

Two (2) Crew Leader positions will be hired to lead a group of 8-10 young adults (ages 16 to 18) over eight weeks during the summer to accomplish a variety of natural resources-related projects throughout many of Raleigh’s Parks and Nature Preserves. The majority of this work will focus on land management and land stewardship practices including invasive species control, wildlife habitat improvement, trail construction & maintenance, ecological monitoring, and much more. Applicants should be comfortable working outdoors, taking on a leadership role, and working with groups to accomplish shared goals.

Lake Wheeler Park Assistant Manager – City of Raleigh

The City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department is seeking an individual to join the Outdoor Recreation Programs Team as the Lake Wheeler Park Assistant Manager. This position is directly responsible for planning, coordinating, and overseeing programming and special events at Lake Wheeler Park the City of Raleigh. This role collaborates with staff across the Outdoor Recreation Program, as well as with other teams throughout the Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources Department to further the mission of the department.

Multiple Employment Opportunities at 4UR Ranch – Creede, Colorado

The 4UR Ranch is one of the oldest resorts in the State of Colorado and has been welcoming guests for over 140 years. With natural hot springs, 6 miles of private fly fishing, thousands of acres of mountain access, a herd of 55 horses, a geothermal outdoor pool, a new fitness room, and a Le Cordon Bleu trained chef, the guest amenities are exceptional. And if you’re hired as part of our team, you will have opportunities to take advantage of these as well, making the 4UR Ranch way more than just another Colorado Summer job.

Recreation Program Coordinator – City of Unalaska, Alaska

The City of Unalaska is accepting applications for the Recreation Coordinator – Arts, Culture & Leisure position. Located in the number one commercial fishing port in the United States, the International Port of Dutch Harbor. Unalaska, Alaska, is a coastal community in the Eastern Aleutian Islands with a multicultural population of approximately 4,250 full-time residents and seasonal influxes from multiple commercial fishery operations. This position works under the direct supervision of the Recreation Manager. Perform many routines and complex administrative works in, planning, organizing, coordinating, and administering various recreation programs. This position will primarily be responsible for the planning and implementing the department’s arts, culture, and leisure activities,

Fort Caswell – Summer Staff

We have summer job opportunities such as lifeguards, guest services, recreation crew, grounds crew, food service, housekeeping, warehouse assistants, retail, and even day camp teachers for local elementary age and middle school children in our community. We are owned by the NC Baptist, and provide hospitality to around one thousand teenagers from churches all across our state while they stay as guests on our campus each week.

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.

Seasonal Park Ranger Position – Farragut State Park – Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation

The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation is seeking to fill Seasonal Park Ranger positions at Farragut State Park to provide education and information services for park visitors, maintain park facilities and grounds areas, and ensure compliance with park rules and regulations.


Community Development Manager – University of Virginia

The University of Virginia’s College at Wise invites applicants for a full-time Community Development Manager. The Community Development Manager works strategically with communities to co-create solutions which build capacity within their leadership teams; assesses needs for leadership and skill development, and engages students from UVA Wise in the process.

Program and Events Director – Outdoor Recreation Roundtable

The Director will work across ORR’s program areas on operations, policy, programs, events and administration, serving all of ORR’s priority areas. The Director coordinates ORR members and other industry stakeholders to educate Congress, federal agencies, state governments and more on policies that will improve the experience and enhance the quality of life of outdoor enthusiasts everywhere. The Director plays a key role in ORR programs including government relations, state-level education, communications and Together Outdoors, in addition to coordinating events like ORR Board Meetings, National Outdoor Recreation Executive Forum and more. This position reports to the President and Vice President of Programs.

Content Manager – Visit Myrtle Beach

Manage the development of various marketing and communications content for Visit Myrtle Beach to tell the Visit Myrtle Beach story and inspire people to visit the Myrtle Beach area. Collaborate with CVB marketing team and chamber staff in the development and fulfillment of various destination marketing programs and content as needed.

Research Director – Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism

The Research Director will work closely with the Executive Director of MOTT to manage and present research and data pertaining to the Massachusetts Travel and Tourism industry, preparing reports and briefing documents for the Executive Director, Secretariat, and Regional Tourism Councils as needed.

Sales and Marketing Coordinator – Colorado Tourism Office

The CTO Sales & Marketing Coordinator works collaboratively to support the CTO’s multi-million-dollar brand, promoting Colorado as a premier travel destination. Reporting to the Deputy Director of Marketing, the Sales & Marketing Coordinator oversees the execution of sales and marketing materials, contracts, events/tours and other communications with the goal of attracting high-potential travelers to Colorado, ultimately driving revenue for the state. This position works closely with agency partners, industry partners and the Senior Fiscal/Operations Manager.


Director of Golf – First Tee – Triangle

This unique opportunity is a chance to manage a top-tier non-traditional golf facility in the region! Opening this spring, TriGolf – Home of First Tee — Triangle, will feature a 32,000sqft Himalayas-style putting green, 28-bay driving range featuring Toptracer technology, two indoor/outdoor simulators with Trackman, and (coming in 2025) a Par-Three course all designed by world-renowned golf course architect Gil Hanse. Our perfect candidate will be as passionate about growing the game of golf, using it as a tool to positively impact the community, and creating inclusive environments as the rest of our team at First Tee — Triangle. Specifically, the Director of Golf will oversee all golf operations and services offered including the golf shop, driving range, practice facilities, concession operations, and instruction.

Coordinator – Sport Experiences – On Location/Endeavor

A Coordinator is responsible for operational efforts related to the Company’s various events and services. Coordinators on the collegiate team are focused on operations and event support for events involving university and collegiate event partner. Primary responsibilities include managing the event live process, handling multiple tasks and projects, anticipating event needs, discerning work priorities, and meeting deadlines with minimal supervision.

Durham Bulls Seasonal Positions – Multiple Openings:

Team Lead – Top Golf – Durham

The Team Lead helps their team provide best-in-class service with hospitality for our Guests. By working with, training and coaching our Associates, the Team Lead ensures our Guests have the best time of their lives. Team Leads have general operational responsibilities related to running the venue (opening/closing, managing shifts, etc.) but they make sure these never interfere with the Guest Experience. Additionally, Team Leads may be responsible for assisting with other specific business functions. This might include (but would not be not limited to) hiring, Associate development and training, ordering and inventory management, facilities maintenance, and marketing.

Guest Experience Supervisor (part-time) – Charlotte Hornets

Join the Hornet’s Sports & Entertainment Guest Experience Department and the team of the 2017-2018 NBA Pete Winemiller Guest Experience Innovation Award Recipient! We invite you to apply to be part of an exciting season for the Charlotte Hornets and partake in all the exciting events coming to the Spectrum Center. Hornets Sports & Entertainment strives to create a safe, healthy and enjoyable atmosphere for all fans, guests, employees, players, and performers that enter Spectrum Center.

Manager of Gameday Operations and Events – Minnesota Aurora FC · Eagan, MN

The Manager of Gameday Operations and Events for Minnesota Aurora FC is a full-time exempt position located in the metropolitan Minneapolis/St. Paul area. This position is responsible for all Minnesota Aurora FC events, including gameday, This position will also have direct gameday operations responsibilities and event preparation and management for Minnesota Aurora FC events.

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.

Assistant Athletic Director for External & NIL Relations – NC State Athletics

Under direct supervision of the Senior Associate Athletics Director – External Relations, the Assistant AD – External & NIL Relations will: Lead internal working group discussions, collaborating closely with the staff and Student-Athlete Advisory Council, internal initiatives related to educating staff, coaches and administration on NIL trends and news; Provide guidance and vision for NIL initiatives and landscape; Work closely on NIL licensed merchandise initiatives and serve as a liaison with Learfield (Wolfpack Sports Properties) related to corporate partner NIL education and initiatives; Serve as a liaison to Accelerate Sports Ventures as well as other outside entities that partner with NC State Athletics in the NIL space; Serve as the point of contact with campus for department licensing, retail and branding initiatives; Other Duties as assigned.

Asst. Strength & Conditioning Coach – NC State Athletics

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.

Account Acquisition Representative – Sales & Service – NC State Athletics

The Account Acquisition Representative position will report to the Manager of Account Acquisitions & Premium Experiences and will be responsible for seeking out new business for all ticket options, donations, and premium experiences.

Production Assistant – NC State Athletics

Serve as camera operator to work live broadcasts and in-house productions for NC State University Athletics (football, basketball, baseball, soccer, etc.) in Raleigh, NC. Experience with live camera work in sports is highly preferable but not necessary. Other production positions (Graphics, Replay, TD, etc.) are a possibility too based on experience. Help during set up and tear down before and after games is expected.