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... athletics, hotel, concierge, help desk, camp counselor, outdoors man, football, lacrosse, basketball, hockey, wrestling, rugby, baseball, coaching, teaching, training, public speaking, mentor-ship ...

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Junior Account Manager Needed ASAP - Entry Level / 100% Paid Training

new1 day ago
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... athletics, sports, football, basketball, baseball, hockey, lacrosse, wrestling, soccer, college ... training, leadership, team captain, NCAA athletics, professional sports, semi-pro, entry level ...

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P.A.S.S. Camp Specialty Coach

new3 days ago
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The University of Denver has a proud athletic tradition that compliments the school's academic endeavors. In its history, DU has won 28 national championships and enables student-athletes to compete on 17 Division 1 teams. The Pioneers pursue championships, excel academically, and represent both the University and their respective conferences to the best of their abilities. Position Summary The Summer PASS Camp Specialty Coach is responsible for providing sport specific instruction and practices in their area of expertise, allowing campers to experience each sport as if they are a member of a team. Specialty coaches may also give camp wide presentations, run clinics for regular coaching staff, and write sport specific lesson plans. We will hire 1-2 Specialty Coaches for each of the following sports: Baseball Basketball Climbing Flag Football Golf Hip Hop Dance Hockey Lacrosse Martial Arts Outdoor Adventure Parkour Soccer Tennis Track & Field Ultimate Frisbee Volleyball Essential Functions Provide excellent customer service to program participants and parents Ability to plan and execute structured lesson plans for campers ages 5-11 Ability to encourage participation through age appropriate skills and instruction Ability to evaluate camper progress and help their development Attend and participate in staff meetings and training sessions Respond to participant questions and comments Provide excellent customer service to all Ritchie Center guests Maintain a general knowledge of youth programs Additional duties as assigned Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Interest and experience coaching children 5-11 years old Prior experience playing and instructing sports Ability to work effectively in the department Ability to be flexible and adaptable Ability to work independently and as part of a team Required Qualifications Ability to pass State and Federal Background Checks Current CPR & First Aid Certification, or ability to complete training prior to start of camp Ability to complete all online and in person training prior to camp start date Ability to attend mandatory staff training May 20th-26th Availability to work throughout summer May 20th-August 23rd Preferred Qualifications High School diploma & some college experience Youth sport coaching experience Collegiate athletic experience Work Schedule Monday - Friday, between the hours of 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. Exact work schedule to be determined with supervisor. Special Instructions Candidates must apply online through www.du.edu/jobs to be considered. Only applications submitted online will be accepted. Please include the following documents with your application: Resume Cover Letter The University of Denver is committed to enhancing the diversity of its faculty and staff. We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment regardless of age, race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, military/ veteran status or any other status protected by law. All offers of employment are based upon satisfactory completion of a criminal history background check.

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Vice President, Enrollment and Marketing

12 days ago
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The College’s defining commitments, derived from the Edmundite Tradition, are to assure a strong campus community, to provide a liberal arts education of the highest quality, and to inculcate an ethic of service. As a Catholic liberal arts institution, Saint Michael’s embraces different cultures; offers a model of civility; and seeks diversity of all kinds among its students, faculty, and staff. The Mission It is the mission of Saint Michael's College to contribute through higher education to the enhancement of the human person and the advancement of human culture in light of the Catholic faith. Saint Michael’s College, located in picturesque Vermont with Burlington, Lake Champlain and the Green Mountains as its backdrop, invites applications and nominations for the college’s next Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing. The successful candidate will oversee the Offices of Admission, Student Financial Services and Marketing and Communications and will lead strategic initiatives to build a sustainable enrollment strategy and plan. The Opportunity Reporting to and working closely with the president, Dr. Lorraine Sterritt, the Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing will lead a particularly strong enrollment team that is motivated and enthusiastic. Serving on the president’s leadership cabinet, the vice president will join a tight-knit, collegial and dedicated team of leaders who are eager to support the enrollment effort through collaborative thinking and action. Currently a college with an enrollment of approximately 1,700 undergraduates and 300 graduate students, Saint Michael’s aspires to achieve an increase in both the numbers of students and net tuition revenue. In addition, the selected vice president will lead the effort to strengthen the visibility of Saint Michael’s, promote the marketability of a liberal arts education and demonstrate the connection between a Saint Michael’s education and related career outcomes. The vice president will have the full support of the president and the board of trustees to achieve these ambitious goals. Enrollment partners working with Saint Michael’s include EAB for student search, application generation and financial aid optimization. The Office of Admission is using Slate as its CRM and partnered with Render several years ago to enhance the visit experience and recently with YouVisit for the virtual tour. The college has had success embedding regional recruiters in key markets. Essential Duties and Responsibilities The primary duties and responsibilities of the Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing are as follows: Lead and direct a team of undergraduate and graduate enrollment staff, financial aid staff, and marketing staff that uphold the Catholic mission, culture, values, and traditions of the College. Develop a comprehensive enrollment strategy. Maintain and continuously improve high academic standards for admission and retention. Manage head-count, discount rate and net tuition revenue targets. Work closely with the senior leadership team, and especially the Vice President of Finance, to ensure balance in the entering class size, financial aid expenditures, tuition pricing, and head count and net tuition revenue goals. Ensure strategy employed with financial aid is effective for Saint Michael's College’s need-based financial aid and merit-based scholarship policies in attracting a talented, diverse, and engaged student body. Provide operational oversight of Student Financial Services to ensure that billing, compliance, collections, and operations are accurate, managed, monitored, and continuously evaluated. Create and sustain a culture of shared ownership of enrollment management; educate the campus community about best practices in enrollment management for a liberal arts college. This includes establishing strong partnerships with athletics, faculty, veteran program, MATESOL, international programs, etc. Expand and ensure that metrics are established and goals met for diversity, academic quality, international markets, class sizes and transfers, applicant pool size, and retention. Communicate effectively and transparently with the Board of Trustees, the President, and faculty and staff colleagues. Implement enrollment practices that enhance the diversity of our student body. Increase the numbers of international students. Optimize student recruitment and enroll students who will succeed to continuously improve graduation rates. Develop a meaningful connection with the Office of Institutional Advancement and with alumni; deploy alumni resources as effective extensions of the admission process; and utilize their energy, particularly in securing acceptance of the College’s offer of admission, while working with students and parents alike. Deploy data-informed and results-oriented enrollment initiatives and find ways to continuously improve results from current enrollment strategies. Develop and implement a strategic enrollment management (SEM) plan that strengthens recruitment of high-school graduates to Saint Michael's College. Build upon the increasing number of transfer students through intentional partnerships with community colleges. Work closely with faculty and staff colleagues on designing and implementing measures to ensure retention of students. Ensure that branding and marketing programs provide a positive impact on revenue, applications, enrollment, transfers, and the image of the College. Develop and oversee the implementation and execution of an integrated marketing and recruitment plan in support of the overall strategy for the College. Stay abreast of current trends to attract and retain students. Ensure that the communication needs of the President’s Office are met. Manage website strategy, including enhancements, portal updates, online orientations, student testimonial postings, alumni testimonials, faculty news/PR, and press release archives in support of enrollment and marketing efforts and the broader public presence of the College both domestically and internationally. Work collaboratively with Institutional Research for College IPEDS reports and others (i.e. US News and World Report) that are key for our reputation. As part of the Cabinet and Leadership team, continuously update the team on numbers, results, and impacts to the College in all areas of enrollments and marketing. Qualifications The Vice President will have significant and progressive experience in higher education enrollment management, including knowledge of recruitment, admission, retention, financial aid, student financial services, and marketing. In addition, it is expected that the successful candidate will have more than ten years of relevant experience in higher education. A high energy, transparent leader, the vice president will be experienced in enrollment management and be able to hit the ground running once on campus. It is expected that the selected candidate will be familiar with the demographics and enrollment trends of the Northeast as well as nationally, is facile with the tools and strategies fundamental to enrollment best practices, is enthusiastic about the challenge and has invested in or will acquire a sturdy winter coat and a good pair of snow boots. The chosen candidate should possess the following knowledge, qualifications, and skill sets. Proven track record of leading a team that is successful in meeting or exceeding enrollment and retention goals; Expertise with data analysis and an appreciation for technology and social media; Familiarity with Slate software is desired; Experience with recruiting, admitting, and retaining graduate and first-year students and transfer students, especially from two-year colleges; Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills with demonstrated ability to interact effectively with a diverse student population; Significant and progressive experience in higher education enrollment management, including knowledge of recruitment, admission, retention, and marketing; Willingness and ability to articulate the value of a Catholic liberal arts education in the Edmundite tradition; Ability to organize and execute a successful student enrollment management system; Ability to manage and understand financial aid as it impacts the bottom line of the College; Analytical understanding of discount rate and impact to revenue, thus ensuring that the discount rate is managed for direct positive revenue stream; Demonstrated record in successful recruitment and retention of students; Ability to read research data and ability to analyze data; and Strong interest and ability to function collaboratively. Saint Michael’s College The only Edmundite College in the world, Saint Michael’s was founded in 1904 by the Society of Saint Edmund, an order of priests that came to Vermont from France. With a tradition of taking on the most challenging tasks, the core tenets of the Edmundites are social justice, education, hospitality, spiritual renewal and pastoral ministry. Although the Edmundites have transitioned the College’s administrative responsibilities to lay personnel over the last 25 years, their presence on campus has an important, spiritual and lasting impact on the life of the entire College community. It is no surprise that Saint Michael’s offers a compelling mix of a world-class education grounded in an ethos of social justice and service. Saint Michael’s is featured in the Princeton Review’s Best 384 Colleges recognized as a Green College. Money magazine noted Saint Michael’s as one of the Top 50 Transformative Colleges, and Kiplinger’s ranks Saint Michael’s among the Best College Values. The Academic Program Saint Michael’s students engage across a broad spectrum of subjects and the faculty is fully focused on teaching. Classes are small (the student to faculty ratio is 13:1) and majors and minors are available in more than 40 fields of study. These studies, coupled with experiential learning opportunities, international study, internships and collaboration with faculty on research projects, prepare students well for their first jobs and satisfying careers. Saint Michael’s Academic Centers provide a vital and lively intellectual home where students, faculty, staff, and the community can connect for better understanding and interdisciplinary learning. The Centers include the Edmundite Center for Faith and Culture, The Center for Women and Gender, The Edmundite Center for Peace and Justice, the Multicultural Center, The Humanities Center, and the VT EPSCoR Center for Workforce Development and Diversity. The graduate programs at Saint Michael’s include Clinical Psychology, Education, and TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). The graduate programs are small, flexible, affordable, and tailored to the goals of the graduate students. Campus Life Our students can take advantage of enriching programs, athletic events, theater, the recreation and fitness centers, the beauty of the Burlington area and more. The St. Mike's Adventure Sports Center is a great way to stay active and engage in the Saint Michael’s community. The program offers training and outings in kayaking, climbing, skiing/riding and mountain biking. In addition, the program offers training as an instructor in any of the activities offered and to the chance to be a member of the Adventure Sports Center staff. Among the student activities is a unique and remarkable volunteer organization begun at Saint Michael’s in 1969 — the Fire and Rescue Squad. An independent volunteer group of students, they have taken on the responsibility of serving the public 365 days per year, 24 hours a day by providing fire and emergency medical treatment both on campus and in the community. Service is at the heart of a Saint Michael’s experience; nearly 70 percent of its students participate in Mobilization of Volunteer Efforts (MOVE), which exists to expand the concept of community service to embrace social justice and to emphasize our connectedness to the world, as defined by Catholic social teaching. Most students live on campus and housing is guaranteed for four years. The options include over a dozen residence halls and townhouses. Twenty-five percent of the St. Mike students play a varsity sport on one or more of the 21 varsity teams. Saint Michael’s competes as an NCAA Division II institution. Varsity sports include Alpine and Nordic skiing as well as ice hockey, and range from basketball and baseball to lacrosse and soccer, to name a few. Student athletes at Saint Michael’s have a near 100 percent student-athlete graduation rate. St. Mike’s is a green campus, and is committed to strengthening its obligation to a socially and ecologically responsible world. The campus community works together to recycle, to compost, to refill and reuse water bottles, and to tend the Saint Michael’s Farm, an organic garden and farm stand operated during the growing season. For more about Saint Michael’s College, see https://www.smcvt.edu/ . Burlington, Vermont A town of just over 42,000 residents, Burlington is a vibrant, eclectic, artistic, community of forward-thinking residents. It is situated on the eastern shoreline of Lake Champlain and surrounded by extraordinary beauty and recreational opportunities. Northern Vermont's natural beauty surrounds campus, with mountain views, gorges, rivers, Lake Champlain and ski resorts all close by. In addition to Saint Michael’s, Burlington is home to the University of Vermont and Champlain College and the state’s largest hospital, the UVM Medical Center. Located minutes from the Burlington airport, less than two hours from Montreal and just over three hours from Boston, Burlington is a beautiful college town with a vibrant downtown filled with shops, restaurants, live music, parks and beaches. Those considering a move to Burlington, should view: https://www.hickokandboardman.com/moving-to-vermont.html http://www.iamavermonter.org/ In the words of those who love St. Mike’s "I appreciate the opportunity that SMC gave me to experience a first-class liberal arts education, along with the experience of interacting and learning about different cultures around the world." Sergio Castillo ’88, Manager, Position Evaluation Team, Panama Canal Authority "I would strongly consider St. Michael's because you will receive an excellent education from a reputable college. The support that you will receive in order to succeed will be unparalleled and there is a tremendous opportunity to grow socially and develop yourself as a person." Jason Curry ’95, Founder and President, Big Apple Basketball "Within a few weeks of starting my first "real" job, it became apparent to myself and my supervisors that my writing and communication skills were beyond what was expected from a typical engineer with my level of experience. I attribute this to my liberal arts education and experiences at St Mike's." Susan Molzon ’12, Assistant Engineer, County of Monmouth, NJ "Teaching is one of the most rewarding things I have ever done. I love interacting with students and getting them excited about science and learning. And I feel very lucky to have the opportunity to do it at the place that got it all started for me when I came here as an undergrad." Paul Constantino, Associate Professor of Biology "I loved the social justice aspect of St. Mike's, the environmental awareness, the location; it was smaller than most other schools I looked at, but really highlighted the strength of the community and the tightness of the student-teacher relationships, which is fantastic." Brian Shearer ’18, Ellicott City, MD To Apply or Nominate Napier Executive Search is assisting Saint Michael’s College with the search for the Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing. To arrange for a confidential conversation, please contact Laura Robinson ( laura.robinsonnapiersearch.com ) or Mary Napier ( mary.napiernapiersearch.com ). If you plan to apply, please send a resume, a detailed letter of interest, and contact information for three professional references by email to smcvtnapiersearch.com no later than March 6, 2019. Review will begin immediately thereafter and the expected start date will be summer, 2019. All applications and nominations will be considered confidential and notice will be given before references are contacted. Saint Michael’s College is an equal opportunity employer. Inspired by its Edmundite Catholic mission, Saint Michael’s is committed to diversity and inclusion across the campus community. It is committed to attracting and supporting a staff that fully represents the racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity of the nation, and it actively seeks applications from underrepresented groups.

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Athletic Coaches for Fall

14 days ago
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Field Hockey (AUg 12-Nov 15) * Volleyball (Aug 12-Nov 23) ATHLETICS PROGRAM OVERVIEW * Provide ... Concussion Training * Fundamentals of Coaching Certification HOW TO APPLY Please visit lwhs.org ...

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Athletic Trainer-Casual

22 days ago
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…schools and for sporting events. In addition, IAM has provided athletic training services for the Women's World Hockey Championships, National Jr. Olympic

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Head Women's and Men's Golf Coach

25 days ago
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Job Description Functions COACHING/INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM INSTRUCTION - Provide individual and team instruction to student-athletes on rules and fundamentals, pre-competition activities, skill attainment, techniques and methods required to demonstrate satisfactory performance in a safe manner and team concepts that are specific to team needs. Provide individualized coaching, tutoring and mentoring to student-athletes, including preparatory work. Assess student-athletes skill attainment demonstrated during practice, competition and in film. Review video of opponent performance and subsequently design individual and team instruction for AIC student-athletes. Determine specific daily practice activities that are organized, creative and valuable for the student-athletes. Keep informed of modern trends, techniques and strategies; transferring the knowledge in the development and implementation of game strategy and position assignments. Supervise, coordinate, and evaluate practice sessions and related activities with proper attention to players and their physical well-being. Attend workshops and training sessions for the purpose of researching methods to provide student-athletes with training and instruction on: rules, fundamentals, team concepts, physical health, safety, skill attainment, conference and NCAA rules and regulations. Emphasize values of competitive athletics, acceptable personal behavior, decision-making and lasting values to each individual. Always serves as an exemplary professional. RECRUITING - Work collaboratively with the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid to effectively recruit new student-athletes that have the ability to achieve success academically and athletically at AIC. Abides by all recruiting rules and regulations set forth by the NCAA. ACADEMICS - In coordination with the Academic Resource Center, monitor academic progress throughout the year to insure academic success, eligibility, retention and graduation. LEADERSHIP - Communicate skillfully with colleagues, subordinates and student-athletes. Maintains self-control and sets an example for sportsmanlike conduct in relationships with your team, officials, administration and opponents in victory or defeat. Provides clear direction of responsibility and authority. Attend and contribute to department meetings and functions. BUDGET AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT - Plan and utilize operating, financial aid and salary budget according to department procedures and NCAA regulations. Monitor budget and expenses routinely and ensures timely turnaround of team credit cards and expense reimbursements. Keep program within expense budget parameters. NCAA RULES/COMPLIANCE - Always adhere to Conference (NE-10/Atlantic Hockey/Rugby) and NCAA rules. Attend all internal compliance meetings, follow departmental policies, and complete paperwork and reports on time. Successfully passes the NCAA rules education. COMMUNITY/PUBLIC RELATIONS - Actively support student-athlete participation in community outreach efforts. Develop and maintain positive relationship with interested segment of the community. FUNDRAISING/ALUMNI ENGAGEMENT - Successfully implement a fundraising plan that achieves annual fundraising goals set by administration. Work with Athletic Director/Department to actively engage alumni and support all fundraising efforts. ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENTS - Assess team competitive performance versus expectations. Analyze how well did the team play when compared with expectations; make adjustments as necessary. ROSTER GOALS/RETENTION MANAGEMENT - Maintain sport specific roster and retention goals as determined by the Director of Athletics. ATHLETIC TRAINING ROOM - Ensure student-athletes well-being by collaborating with the Athletic Trainers. Start and conclude practices at scheduled times. Adhere to athletic training room policy of 24-hour notice regarding the changing of practice times. EQUIPMENT ROOM - Responsible for your team's collection, issuance, purchasing and accounting of all equipment. ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES - Perform additional responsibilities (as assigned by the Director of Athletics or sport oversight). Qualifications Required Degree(s): Bachelor's degree Preferred Degree(s): Master's degree Required Field of Expertise: 3-5 years coaching experience Required Training/Cert: Ability to pass NCAA recruiting exam within 90 days of employment. Shall maintain current certification in first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automatic external defibrillator (AED) use. Required Licensure(s): A valid, insurable driver's license Knowledge/Skills/Abilities A strong teaching/playing/coaching background in the sport with the ability to provide high level instruction. Must have a strong commitment to the academic success of the student-athlete. Manage and treat, student-athletes professionally, respectfully, and courteously. Understanding of NCAA Division II rules and regulations. Exceptional leadership and strong organizational ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks. Strong teamwork and supports departmental efforts through collaborative measures and sharing knowledge with others. A valid, insurable driver's license is required, with ability to travel. Ability to represent the philosophy and educational goals of American International College in a thorough and professional manner. Understands, values and respect diversity within the team and fosters an inclusive and supportive environment. Work Schedule This is a full time, exempt level, benefits eligible position, not limited to 35 hours. Your schedule will be flexible to the needs of the department with regular office hours to include 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Evenings, weekends, and holidays required as the schedule dictates. To Apply Qualified applicants should save and submit a brief cover letter, current resume, and contact information for three professional references (one of which must be a current or prior supervisor) as one document. Upload the saved document into the online application: https://apps.aic.edu/static/jobs/head-womens-and-mens-golf-coach-id-707.html Internal Number: 1927

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Account Executive Outside Sales

about 2 months ago
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Once that certification and training is complete, our Account Executives enter our cutting-edge ... Competitive nature or athletic background * Leadership capabilities * Confident, professional ...

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Entry-Level Sales & Marketing - Competitive, go getters wanted!

about 2 months ago
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Once ready to expand into new markets, we will need help in training, managerial, and team lead ... Competitive nature or athletic background * Leadership capabilities * Strong communication skills ...

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Advertising & Marketing Coordinator - Training Provided

7 months ago
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... hockey, skiing, snowboarding, rock climbing, sports medicine, athletic training, athletic trainer, equipment management, professional athlete, college athlete. Company Description With aggressive ...

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ASSISTANT BRAND MANAGER - Entry Level Marketing & Sales

about 1 year ago
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... athletics, football, baseball, basketball, hockey, rugby, swimming, wrestling, gymnastics, coaching, teaching, training, education, social services, community outreach, grassroots fundraising, sales ...

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