Align the communications and content activities to the overall goals of the organization
Responsible for creating compelling digital content including but not limited to blogging, website updates, social media posts (image and video), and contests
Track and provide monthly reports all digital engagement and media impressions using various online tools and similar
Maintain a library of images, video and other assets for digital use in coordination with Administrator Director
Identify and recommend new platforms or social profiles as trends and technology evolve
Lead all matchday (during events) online engagement including but not limited to: live social posts from the event, updates on player status, scores, trivia, sponsor activation, contests, pre/post-game reports on website
Please include a cover letter and resume when applying. Send all documents to email@example.com. No phone calls!
College student looking to use this internship toward credits is preferred but not required
Excellent writing skills and blogging experience
Understanding and use of social media including but not limited to Twitter, Facebook, video, and image sharing sites
Must be able to build and maintain relationships with online communities
Must have an in-depth working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, Google Analytics; experience with WordPress (or similar open-source CRM), Mail Chimp (or similar email communications platform); Adobe Suite and social media project software (e.g. Hootsuite)
Photography and video editing experience a plus but not required
Must be highly organized and ability to multitask
Must have strong communication skills, both written and oral
Capable of working extended hours such as holidays, overtime, weekends and nights; ability to travel
Available to start December 1, 2019
Must have own reliable mode of transportation
Must have own laptop capable of processing design programs
Additional Salary Information: This is an unpaid internship and is for college credit only. Proof that you are receiving credit is required.
About Club Champions League
The Club Champions League (CCL) is the first, and largest, club-based youth soccer league in the United States. With four distinct, competitive divisions, the league has over 13,000 participants, and over 71,000 registered youth soccer players within CCL member clubs. The CCL is larger than some state associations. The CCL offers a holistic club-based development model with it’s primary focus on the development of the very best youth soccer players in Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C. As the first youth soccer league to implement the club-based model and club-to-club matchday, the CCL is the leader in the youth soccer landscape.