The Sports Information Assistant will work under the immediate supervision of the Assistant Commissioner of Sports Information. Areas of assigned duties will include the following: 1.Create original written and visual content for thesiac.com. 2.Serve as a secondary media contact for selected sports. 3.Assist in management of official social media channels. 4.Provide on-site media support for assigned championships. 5.Provide assistance in connection with conference broadcast and streaming initiatives. 6.Support on-site video productions at the discretion of the Commissioner. 7.Assist in coordination of conference statistical and sports information services. 8.Create the appropriate printed and web-only materials such as programs and record books. 9.Coordinate preseason and postseason all-conference and superlative award voting. 10.Work nights and weekends as necessary. 11.Attend Conference Meetings as assigned by the Commissioner. 12.Other reasonable duties as assigned by the Commissioner.
Knowledge of Stat Crew platform
Minimum one year of experience in athletic communication or related field.
Experience in website publishing and social media communication is a requirement.
Previous use of Sidearm Sports.
Strong writing and computer skills especially Adobe Creative Suite or comparable software solutions preferred.
Ability to work independently and efficiently on a variety of time-sensitive projects.
Commitment to excellence and attention to detail that is reflective on the position’s impact on the SIAC’s public perception.
Qualified applicants should submit via e-mail (in PDF format) a letter of application; resume, writing sample and contact information for at least three professional references to email@example.com. Review of applications begins immediately. Position is open until filled.
About Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
The Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (“SIAC”) is an NCAA Division II conference located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. The SIAC has 14 colleges and universities spanning six states – Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Ohio, South Carolina and Tennessee.