Operations, Operations - Marketing/Promotions, Operations - Sports Information
4 Year Degree
The New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) an 11-member NCAA Division III athletic conference, is accepting applications for the position of Coordinator of Sports Administration & Communications. This position is a 10-month, full-time & benefits eligible reporting directly to the Executive Director.
The Coordinator for Sports Administration and Communications will assist in all aspects of conference operations with emphasis on communications, social media, website management and championship administration. The coordinator will work with conference personnel and the NEWMAC membership to promote and publicize the conference through various forms of written, visual and social media communications; manage and update the conference website; compile and maintain conference statistics; submit necessary reports to the NCAA as required. The coordinator will be assigned sport specific oversight as well. Travel, night and weekend work are required.
The successful candidate will have 1-2 years experience in intercollegiate athletics, sports information, media relations, journalism, new media, marketing or related field. A strong desire or demonstrated commitment to work in the field of intercollegiate athletics is required. Exceptional verbal, written, and online communication skills are essential. Must be able to manage multiple responsibilities under tight deadlines. A bachelor’s degree is required (e.g., athletic administration, sports management). Must have proficient computer skills, including experience with Microsoft Office, Stat Crew, Adobe Creative Suite, athletics website content management systems, and social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Youtube. The ability to work independently and meet deadlines is a must.
The New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference is committed to academic and athletic excellence, strengthened by the diversity of our selective institutional membership. We support student development and the educational value of athletics competition through a commitment to the NCAA Division III philosophy and our core values.
Excellence: We compete at the highest level while affirming our distinct academic missions and providing high-caliber competitive experiences.
Integrity: We act with mutual trust, placing emphasis on ethical conduct, and fair and equitable competition and programs.
Respect: We commit to support each other and the conference through collaboration, sharing ideas of diverse institutional perspectives, and promoting these varying perspectives.