Full and part-time jobs, internships, academic and volunteer opportunities
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Parks, Recreation, Tourism, & Sport Management Jobs and Academic Opportunities Newsletter – April 2024

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


ACADEMIC Positions

2024- 2025 Academic Year Part- Time Faculty Applications – Cal State University, Northridge

The CSUN Department of Recreation and Tourism Management is searching for part-time instructors for the upcoming 2024- 2025 Academic Year. CSUN is committed to achieving excellence through teaching, scholarship, learning and inclusion. Our values include a respect for all people, building partnerships with the community and the encouragement of innovation, experimentation, and creativity. CSUN strives to cultivate a community in which a diverse population can learn and work in an atmosphere of civility and respect. CSUN is especially interested in candidates who make contributions to equity and inclusion in the pursuit of excellence for all members of the university community.

Fall 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. To find more about the qualifications for each position and the application, you can visit our website: go.ncsu.edu/aspsa.

Assistant Professor of Outdoor Leadership – Western New Mexico University

The purpose of this position is to support the instruction and mentoring of a new undergraduate program in outdoor leadership studies. Required knowledge includes: Possess a broad background in outdoor education, parks and recreation, and experiential teaching methodology. Working knowledge to build environmental literacy and social justice in environmental justice communities. Must understand professional standards of practice in the outdoor recreation industry. Working knowledge of accreditation standards for adventure programs. Experience working with diverse groups. Experience working with first-generation students in small classroom and remote field environments. Must be knowledgeable of University policies and procedures.

Two Assistant Professor Positions – Parks, Recreation, Tourism – 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. Applicants are expected to 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.

Fellow (Post Doc) – Horticulture Natural Resources – Kansas State University

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.

Assistant Professor, Sport and Recreation Management – Missouri Southern State University

The Department of Kinesiology in the College of Health, Life Sciences, and Education at Missouri Southern State University invites applications for a Sport and Recreation Management, Assistant Professor, tenure-track position, beginning August 2024.The successful candidate will be expected to demonstrate teaching excellence in undergraduate and graduate courses in Sport and Recreation Management. Successful candidates should be prepared to teach Sport and Recreation Management course and oversee student internships. Other responsibilities include student advising, recruitment and active participation in service and scholarship

Lecturer Position – Natural Resources Communication and Public Relations – UW-Stevens Point

The Environment & Society (ES) discipline in the College of Natural Resources (CNR) at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is seeking applications for a full-time, academic year (9-month) instructional academic staff lecturer position focused on Natural Resources Communication and Public Relations. This individual is responsible for classroom, online, and/or laboratory instruction and assists with instructional development and design for a single course or series of courses within an academic discipline to support the delivery of quality instruction. Serves as an instructor of record for courses such as NRES 320 – Natural Resources Communication and Public Relations. Teaches 12 credits or the equivalent each academic semester. The potential exists for teaching during summer and winterim sessions for additional compensation.

Recreation, Tourism and Therapeutic Recreation (Asst/Assoc Professor) – Winona State University

Teach in the core areas of the curriculum as well as in the “Therapeutic Recreation” area at the university level. The incumbent would be expected to teach courses that would include but are not limited to: therapeutic recreation services; interventions; programming; trends and issues in therapeutic recreation. Instruct courses in varied locations, at varied times, and via various media commensurate with department and university needs. Engage in scholarly research or creative achievement to enhance knowledge of field.

INTERNSHIP Opportunities

Volunteering & Special Events Internship – Apex Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department

Join the Town of Apex Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department as the Volunteering & Special Events Intern this summer! This paid internship will give you hands-on experience with event planning and day-of management, volunteer coordination, and local government. The Summer Internship will focus on events such as Juneteenth Festival, National Pollinator Week, PRIDE, Olde Fashioned Fourth of July, Fireworks Frenzy, and more. The intern will also have opportunities to shadow other PRCR and Town of Apex staff members to learn about recreation programming, facilities management, park operations, athletics, Town leadership, and more! The ideal candidate will be organized, detail-oriented, and enthusiastic while showing interest for all aspects of event management. Please reach out to Ellison Lambert, Volunteer Coordinator for Town of Apex, at ellison.lambert@apexnc.org for more information.

Partnership Raleigh Community Climate Intern (Cohort 4)

Partnership Raleigh Interns gain hands-on experience in local government, business, and non-profit organizations. We are seeking personable and highly motivated Interns to work a 10-week internship, June 3rd to August 9th, 2024 (10 weeks). This Partnership Raleigh Community Climate Internship will provide undergraduate college students who are interested in a career in climate change or environmental sustainability with a valuable experience in a professional setting. Students will work sustainability projects which promotes Climate Awareness, Equity, Environmental Justice, and Resilience. This is a hybrid internship (both virtual and in-person) and is project-based to provide an experiential learning experience.

Planning Intern – Comprehensive and Long-Range Planning

The Comprehensive and Long-Range Planning Intern works in the City of Raleigh Planning and Development Department. This internship is a temporary, hourly employment opportunity with the City of Raleigh as a term position without benefits.

Start Date: May 20, 2024

End Date: August 12, 2024

Duration: 12 weeks

Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Summer Intern

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!

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.

2 Student Manager Positions/Internships – Men’s Soccer – NC State

NC State Men’s Soccer team currently has two open positions for Student Managers. These can be part-time jobs or internships depending on your needs. These positions start August 2024 and run until May 2024 or longer. Please reach out to Kaneile Thomas, Director of Operations – Men’s Soccer for more information and to apply: Kthoma23@ncsu.edu

Outdoor Program Intern – Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation

The Outdoor Recreation Intern is responsible for public engagement with the Catawba Riverkeeper through the development and execution of outdoor recreation programming. In this role, the Outdoor Recreation Intern will assist the Recreation Team with development, execution and reporting of high quality and unique outdoor programming. An ideal candidate will be an individual that is passionate about the outdoors and enjoys interacting with others.

Summer Internship – Maiden Parks & Recreation

The Town of Maiden is seeking a Parks and Recreation part- time employee to assist the Recreation Programmer and Director in summer programs and activities. Work is performed under regular supervision along with independent work. Work is performed in many types of weather conditions, around youth and adult athletics and special event programs.

Summer Parks and Recreation Internship (Paid) – Mount Airy Parks & Recreation

The aim of this position is to immerse the candidate in various program areas within the Parks and Recreation Department and improve the services provided in the various components of our organization. The successful candidate will be required to work varying shifts including days, evenings, and weekends.

Intern, Marketing & Retail – Major League Baseball – Vero Beach, FL

The Intern, Marketing & Retail for the Jackie Robinson Training Complex (JRTC) assists with day-to-day marketing, communications, and retail operations, activities, and initiatives. These responsibilities include but are not limited to traditional media, social media, corporate partnerships, media relations, and community relations. The Intern, Marketing & Retail will also assist with day-to-day operations and responsibilities of the JRTC onsite gift shop and retail operations.

Social Media Intern (Summer Internship) – Premier Lacrosse League (Remote)

The PLL is seeking candidates to support the Premier Lacrosse League’s world-class content team. The role will work across a variety of tasks including content ideation, creation, caption writing, publishing, and community management. Hires will be full contributors and exist as members of PLL’s media team. Candidates must have an elevated understanding of social media trends, channels, and content formats. Proficiency in TikTok, Instagram, and Twitter are all required; channel-specific strengths will be viewed favorably.

Intern – Ticket Operations – Milwaukee Brewers

As part of Ticket Services Department, the Intern will The Ticket Operations Intern will support the Ticket Operations department by assisting with various operational and administrative duties throughout the office. This position will experience the daily functions of an MLB ticket operations department and support the ticket office management team in providing exceptional customer service as well as maximizing ticket sales and revenue opportunities. This internship will begin in February and go through June with the possibility of an extension.

Internship Positions with Kitty Hawk Kites – Multiple Locations

Kitty Hawk Kites has been teaching the world to fly since 1974. We sell clothing, kites, watersports equipment, toys – anything you need for your next adventure! KHK operates in 7 states, with over 25 locations along the east coast! We strive to be the leading company in adventure recreation and retailing, by building a reputation for fun, and excellence through dedication to customer service, quality, safety, and value. Open Positions Include:

Supply Chain Management Internship (Kill Devil Hills)

Retail Merchandising Intern (Outer Banks, NC)

Retail Merchandising Intern (Destin, FL)

Retail Merchandising Intern (Beaufort, NC)

Retail Merchandising Intern (Long Beach Island, NJ)

Wolfpack Sports Properties Internship

Currently, we are hiring students for our gameday Property Assistant internship. In it, students will receive hands-on sports sponsorship experience by working at NC State Athletics events. Students will be provided the opportunity to see the behind-the-scenes elements of college athletics and start their careers in sports. Additionally, our Property Assistants are paid for their time working, unlike other undergrad internships within Athletics. Please complete this form to apply.

Wake Forest Athletic Development Internship – Wake Forest University

There’s never been a more exciting time to be part of the development team at Wake Forest Athletics as we transition to a new Athletic Director and launch the ACC Network. Our three-phase program offers an outstanding opportunity to learn fundamental development operations from a successful and talented fundraising staff. Our interns will have access to learning every aspect of how a development office operates in a Power 5 conference school and will leave the program fully prepared for the next step in their career, as evidenced by our recent participants landing positions at top institutions.

Student Interns Needed – Wolfpack Football – NC State

Looking for a summer OR fall internship at NC State? Wolfpack Football is currently recruiting sport management majors for summer and fall internships. If you are interested, please contact Cole Cook, Director of On-Campus Recruiting for football, at cjcook4@ncsu.edu.

Idaho Department Parks & Recreation Interpretive Internship Program

This position is an Interpretive Internship Program for students 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 also provide opportunities to practice roving interpretation in a state park setting.

Kansas City Chiefs – Training Camp Intern

To provide hard-working, career minded candidates with an internship opportunity to experience the work environment of an NFL Training Camp on the event operations side.

TIME FRAME: Duration of the Chiefs 2024 Training Camp (Mid-July thru Mid-August) on the campus of Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, MO.

Entertainment Intern – Carolina Panthers

Duties: Assisting in day-to-day functions of game day entertainment, cheerleader, mascot, drumline, and fan patrol programs; Working closely with Entertainment Manager on planning and execution of game day elements; Assisting with special events such as, but not limited to: Training Camp, Draft Party, Roadshows, FanFest, Tree Lighting, College football and Charlotte FC; Correspondence and coordination of entertainment groups involved with the game day experience; Assisting with mascot, cheerleader, and drumline’s year-round events and programming.

Business Intelligence Intern – Houston Texans

Support the efforts of the Business Analytics and Technology Department while delivering analytical and database management support to key business units throughout the Houston Texans organization and Lone Star Sports and Entertainment.

Internship: Esports Marketing & Content (Summer 2024) – Monumental Sports & Entertainment · Washington, DC

The Esports Marketing & Content Intern is responsible for promoting the Wizards District Gaming and District E brands through a variety of projects and special events. This is a paid internship. Do you have a passion for esports and building brand awareness through marketing and creating content? We’d love to hear from you!


Assistant Director (Community Recreation Services Division) – City of Durham

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.

With a people-first focus and alignment with our 10 core pillars, you’ll lead and develop 7 full-time team members to serve the community through recreation programming, services and facilities. Oversight of the department’s largest division includes an operating budget of nearly $9.5M, 7 community recreation centers; 2 lakes and marinas (Lake Michie and Little River); 4 public swimming pools and all athletic fields. Programs include youth and adult athletics, health and wellness classes, summer camps, after-school care, outdoor adventure and environmental education, teen programs, senior programs, therapeutic recreation, and inclusion services.

Supervisory Environmental Protection Specialist – Blue Ridge Parkway Headquarters

As the Supervisory Environmental Protection Specialist, this position serves as the Division Chief (Program Manager) for the Planning, Lands, and Compliance workgroup of the Blue Ridge Parkway. Primary duties include oversight of land acquisition and Right-of-Way permitting, Special Park Use permitting, NEPA (National Environmental Policy Act) and NHPA (National Historic Preservation Act) compliance, and Landscape Architecture projects and planning efforts, through the direct supervision of respective subject matter experts. Facilitation, prioritization, and tracking of multi-divisional projects occurs daily. Manages communications with several internal and external partners related to project scope, funding, planning, and compliance process. Serves as member of the Park’s Core Management team to provide input and expertise toward accomplishment of the overall Park and NPS mission.

Community Relations Supervisor – City of Raleigh

Raleigh Parks is a nationally recognized organization promoting health, equity, conservation and cultural creativity. The newly established Customer Relations and Partnerships Supervisor position within Raleigh Parks offers a unique opportunity for a selected individual to shape the role’s functions and duties within the department’s Business Process Management Division. The position will play a major role in customer service, partnerships, and community engagement within PRCR.

Recreation Specialist-Inclusion – Mecklenburg County Park & Recreation

Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation is excited to add an Inclusive Recreation Specialist to the team! This position will be based in the Therapeutic and Inclusive Recreation Services Division and will work to make all amenities and programs/activities inclusive for patrons of all abilities. Recreation program areas will include, but is not limited to adaptive sports, health/wellness, fitness, creative arts and summer camps. This position will be a key member of our staff in building rapport with our patrons and community members as well as promoting our services.

Recreation Coordinator – Harrisburg Parks & Recreation

The Town of Harrisburg currently has an employment opportunity in our Parks and Recreation Department for a Recreation Coordinator. An employee in this class plans, organizes, coordinates, and supervises athletic programs for primarily older or younger youth in the community. This position requires graduation from a four-year college or university with a degree in recreation administration or closely related degree and considerable experience in sports, recreation and/or athletics management, preferably in a municipal setting, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

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.

Supervisory Outdoor Recreation Planner – National Park Service

These positions are located in the National Park Services, in the Partnerships and Civic Engagement Division. The purpose of this position is to provide oversight of a team supporting the implementation of the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) State & Local Assistance and Urban Park and Recreation Recovery (UPARR) Programs.

Economist – Bureau of Land Management – Wyoming State Office

This position is a Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Wyoming State Office Economist subject matter expert, technical advisor, and program lead. The incumbent performs a wide variety of professional socioeconomics duties in support of Federal environmental reviews and compliance with laws, regulations, policies and guidance, including Executive Orders. Serves as the principal liaison for all economic efforts being conducted at the State, District, and Field Office levels.

Quail Forever And Pheasants Forever – Regional Communications Specialist

Are you passionate about communications, graphic design, writing, and the great outdoors? Do you have a knack for storytelling and a deep appreciation for aquatic conservation efforts? We’re on the lookout for someone just like you to join our team in NC, VA, or TN! As part of our team, you’ll play a vital role in spreading awareness and driving action for conservation initiatives within the Working Lands for Wildlife – Aquatic Connectivity Framework region. Your responsibilities will include creating compelling news releases, website content, and publication articles in collaboration with USDA’s Natural Resource Conservation Service staff. 📰 You’ll also work closely with our state leadership teams to source impactful stories and engage with journalists to secure media coverage for our organization’s mission and successes.

Public Information and Communications Analyst, Senior – Durham Parks and Recreation

As part of the Culture & Community unit, you will be at the center of external communications and marketing for departmental events, programs, and news, and will play a key role in the equitable engagement of the community and building of positive work culture for DPR staff. You’ll help set marketing and communications strategies and implement action toward our internal and external branding and storytelling efforts. You will connect the public to departmental information through communication, media, engagement and marketing. You will also help identify blind spots in our outreach, communications, and/or services to improve our connections with underrepresented or underserved populations.

4-H Summer Camp Counselor – Camp Bob Cooper, Summerton, SC

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 http://4hsummer.camp.

Exciting Summer Job Opportunities at Camp Waldo

As summer approaches, we’re gearing up for an amazing season at Camp Waldo, an environmental education summer camp on the banks of the Greenbrier River, and we’re on the lookout for enthusiastic individuals to join our team. Whether they’re students looking for a summer job, educators seeking a rewarding experience, or outdoor enthusiasts craving adventure, Camp Waldo has something for everyone. We truly believe that working at Camp Waldo is more than just a job—it’s an opportunity to make a difference, build lifelong friendships, and have the summer of a lifetime. If you have any questions or need further information, feel free to reach out at jwvankuren@appheadwaters.org.


Three Day Event Opportunity – The IWLCA Southeast Cup

Looking to get hands-on experience in event operations or just a fun way to earn some extra cash? The IWLCA Southeast Cup is a girls lacrosse showcase that draws in college coaches from all over to recruit players to play at the next level. We are looking for people to come out and join our team for this event and help us with onsite operations.

Event: IWLCA Southeast Cup

Dates: June 7-9, 2024

Venue: WRAL Soccer Park | Raleigh, NC
Pay Rate: $135 per day – meals included.

Responsibilities: General setup/breakdown help, hydration, scorekeeper, and college coach hospitality.

Sign-Up Link: https://app.initlive.com/JE/akmnfa9s44frg9

Questions? Contact Rena Weiss, Event Operations Associate: rweiss@elitetournaments.com

Director of Sustainable Tourism – 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!

Program Manager Culture & Events – UNC Health · Chapel Hill, NC

The Program Manager for Culture and Events is responsible for the successful planning, executing and coordinating of a variety of organizational culture programs and events. This role will play a key role in the creation of memorable experiences for our teammates while ensuring the successful delivery of programs and events within scope, time and budget constraints. This role designs, plans, tracks and evaluates Culture related programs and projects to ensure success.

Mammoth Lakes Tourism Team – Multiple Positions

Mammoth Lakes Tourism invests valuable marketing funds into the marketplace to promote the area. This money is then infused back into the Mammoth Lakes community through visitor spending.

Community Engagement Director

Content Marketing Manager

Marketing Coordinator

Recreation Specialist – Institutional (Recreation Specialist) – Department of Justice

Works under the general direction of the Recreation Supervisor and/or Assistant Supervisor of Recreation. The requirements of the position include knowledge of the goals, principles, methods, and techniques of the broad field of recreation. Supervises the operation of the recreation and leisure time program. Solicits suggestions from the inmate population, plans and creates recreational activities based upon research, purchases the equipment and supplies needed for such programs, draws up necessary tournament rosters, etc., and assures that appropriate recreational activities take place in a timely fashion.


Kitchen Manager – Greensboro Grasshoppers

The Greensboro Grasshoppers are looking for a highly motivated Kitchen Manager. This position will oversee the ballpark’s kitchen operation, which supports suite level catering, picnics, and concession stands. The ideal candidate is comfortable in high-volume, fast-paced environments and preferably has a background in the sports and entertainment food and beverage industry. This is a salary position that will report to the Director of Food & Beverage.

Athletics Coordinator – Mooresville Parks & Recreation

Work includes organizing athletic activities, programs, and leagues; recruiting and supervising coaches, officials, and participants; publicizing program activities; and supervising the successful implementation of such programs. Work involves scheduling activities and events, and contact with participants, coaches, instructors, and officiating personnel. Employee assists in ordering equipment and supplies and maintaining the safety of activities.


Recreation Operations Supervisor (Athletics) – Durham Parks & Recreation

We’re on the lookout for an accomplished Recreation Operations Supervisor to spearhead our athletic unit and programs! Are you passionate about fostering a culture of excellence, creating unforgettable experiences and teamwork through athletics? We’re seeking a dynamic leader with a proven track record in coordinating and managing diverse sports programs. As a Recreation Operations Supervisor, you’ll have the exciting opportunity to develop and oversee a range of athletic activities, from leagues to athletic events and tournaments. As our ideal candidate you are a high-performing administrator, creative thinker, good with budgeting, documentation, hiring, and managing projects. If you’re a strategic thinker with a keen eye for talent development and a commitment to promoting sportsmanship and healthy competition, we want you on our team! Join us in shaping the future of athletics and fostering a vibrant recreational atmosphere for our community. Apply now to be a part of our dedicated team!

Athletic Supervisor – Pender County Parks & Recreation

Performs administrative support work planning, developing, coordinating, implementing, and overseeing athletic programs for Pender County, and related work as apparent or assigned. Worked is performed under the moderate supervision of the Parks and Recreation Director.

Athletic Program Specialist – Fuquay-Varina PRCR

Performs professional work in planning, coordinating, implementing, and supervising youth and adult athletic programs in the Town. An employee in this class plans, coordinates, and implements athletic programs for citizens of the community. Work involves considerable planning and scheduling of activities and for facilities usage, and contact with participants, officiating personnel, coaches, contracted staff, and community groups for assigned sports.


Seasonal Positions with Kitty Hawk Kites – Multiple NC Locations

Kitty Hawk Kites has been teaching the world to fly since 1974. We sell clothing, kites, watersports equipment, toys – anything you need for your next adventure! KHK operates in 7 states, with over 25 locations along the east coast! We strive to be the leading company in adventure recreation and retailing, by building a reputation for fun, and excellence through dedication to customer service, quality, safety, and value. Open Positions Include:

Retail Store Assistant Manager OBX (Avon, NC; Corolla, NC; …)

Seasonal Assistant Manager (Beaufort, NC)

Seasonal Retail Keyholder (Atlantic Beach, NC; Beaufort, NC)

Seasonal Retail Sales Crew Member (Atlantic Beach, NC; Beaufort, NC)

Seasonal Retail Sales Crew Member (Outer Banks, NC)

Kiteboard & Wing Foil Instructor (Rodanthe, NC)

Kiteboarding Instructor (Outer Banks, NC; Rodanthe, NC)

Coordinator, Sports Experiences (Combat Sports) – Endeavor · Raleigh, NC

The Coordinator is responsible for operational sales efforts related to the Company’s various events and services. 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.

Ticket Sales Representative – Golden State Warriors

The Golden State Warriors are looking for proactive sales people to join our high energy sales staff to demonstrate the value associated with Warriors ticket packages at Chase Center to prospects throughout the Bay Area. As a Ticket Sales Representative, you will be directly responsible for selling and servicing new accounts, prospecting in-arena during home games, creating new ideas to increase ticket sales, and perform basic office functions as needed. This position reports to the Manager, Ticket Sales. This is an excellent opportunity to share your expertise while learning more about this growing sports and entertainment organization that values your initiative and dedication!

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