The Director shall be responsible for all external communications, media relations, marketing and sports information including – promoting RMAC student-athletes through websites, social media, press releases, pictures and other information; graphics design for on-line and printed material; updating, disseminating and archiving statistics and performance records; developing and implementing a social media strategy; promoting all championships and oversight of select championships; producing championship programs and other printed materials; assist with league’s awards and recognition programs; overseeing conference’s Hall of Fame and Awards Banquet; managing media interns and other duties assigned by the Commissioner.
A Bachelor’s Degree, at least two years of progressive work in collegiate athletics and a valid driver’s license. Strong communication, public speaking and problem-solving skills. Attention to detail with strong organizational skills. Knowledgeable with Microsoft Office, a website content management system, applications within Adobe Creative Suite, Stat Crew and any form of video-editing software.
Cover letter, resume and three professional references are to be sent, electronically only (PDF), to “Hiring Committee” at email@example.com. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The RMAC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
About Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference
The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference is a premier NCAA Division II conference located in the states of Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico, South Dakota, and Utah. The RMAC currently competes in 22 NCAA Division II sports and has earned 61 NCAA Division II national championships and 49 national runners-up since 1992. Founded in 1909, the RMAC is the most historic athletic conference headquartered in the western United States and also in Division II. The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference is a Presidents' Conference, committed to the principles set forth in the NCAA Division II Philosophy Statement. Our focus is on the overall educational experience of our student-athletes and the integration of the athletic programs into the total educational mission of our member schools. We seek to maintain institutional diversity and autonomy, and to promote individual diversity among the student-athletes and athletic staffs of our member institutions. We are committed to fostering the general welfare of our student-athletes and to developing their athletic skills and academic abilities. We provide leadership to develop and maintain a balance between competitive excellence and stability within our conference.