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» Events Internship - Spring/Summer 2015 - USA Rugby (Boulder, CO)
» Fundraising Internship - Spring Semester 2015 - USA Rugby (Boulder, CO)
» GRANT WRITING INTERNSHIP - SPRING 2015 - NORTHERN CALIFORNIA YOUTH RUGBY ASSOCIATION (NCYRA) (Dixon, CA)
» Information Technology Internship Spring Semester 2015 - USA Rugby (Boulder, CO)
» Major Gifts Officer - USA Rugby Trust - USA Rugby Trust (Boulder, CO)
» Marketing Internship – Spring Semester - USA Rugby (Boulder, CO)
» OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP - SPRING 2015 - NORTHERN CALIFORNIA YOUTH RUGBY ASSOCIATION (NCYRA) (Dixon, CA)
» Strength & Conditioning Internship – Spring Semester 2015 - USA Rugby (Chula Vista, CO)
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Communications: Communications Department Management
Communications Director - USA Rugby (Boulder, CO)

USA Rugby seeks a Communications Director!

USA Rugby BACKGROUND

USA Rugby is recognized by the United States Olympic Committee as the National Governing Body for the sport of Rugby in the USA.  USA RUGBY oversees the development and promotion of the game of Rugby at the Youth, High School, Collegiate, Club and National Team levels.  USA RUGBY has over 115,000 members nationally and organizes National Championship tournaments for all divisions.  The Headquarters/National Office for USA RUGBY is in Boulder, Colorado.  The organization combines the work of a professional staff at the Headquarters with that of thousands of volunteers across the country.

DESCRIPTION OF POSITION

The role of Communications Director is to work closely with the CEO, as well as National Office staff, the Board of Directors, and members to develop and execute the strategic vision for the organization as it relates to all forms of communications. The Communications Director will be responsible for the development and implementation of comprehensive public relations, media relations and publicity programs for USA RUGBY.  Their mission will be to increase awareness of rugby, and USA RUGBY in the United States, and to enhance the image of the game, its players, and USA RUGBY as an organization.

The Communications Director will serve as the organizational spokesperson while directing and implementing activities designed to enhance communications between USA Rugby and its members, volunteers, local organizations, partners, media outlets and the general public. This includes expanding the visibility of and participation in the sport of rugby at all levels through a proactive communications plan incorporating social media and public relations tactics, as well as internal media vehicles.

The Communications Director reports to the Director of Operations.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Implement a comprehensive communications plan to increase awareness and enhance the image of USA RUGBY throughout the United States.
  • Develop a media plan that will significantly increase media placements of Rugby stories throughout the USA.
  • Handle media requests, event press operations, and public inquiries including press releases, facts sheets, media kits, promotional brochures and flyers.
  • Oversee all publishing elements including production schedules, editorial content, photography, layout/design, advertising and distribution, event programs, rulebooks and other publications.
  • Manage newly launched USA Rugby website including content, organization and functionality while supervising the Digital Platform Manager, Digital Platform Administrator, Communications Coordinator and other Media Staff.
  • Creating video content and supporting Community Rugby Department with grass roots media and publicity materials
  • Increase network of media contacts nationwide.
  • Develop Public Relations materials.
  • Develop and coordinate publicity programs for National Teams and National Tournaments.
  • Oversee all social media communications.
  • Other duties as assigned.

SKILLS/REQUIREMENTS/EXPERIENCE

  • Minimum Bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications, sports administration, sports management, marketing, business or similar field of study.
  • Knowledge of sports media and marketplace. Rugby experience is highly desired.
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills with the flexibility, ability, and tact to work with a variety of situations and people (including volunteers) to accomplish tasks.
  • Minimum four years experience in media/public relations with proven leadership/management skills.
  • Experience in coordination and management of publications
  • Computer proficiency:  Microsoft Word, Power Point, Excel, Access, Publisher, Adobe PageMaker, Photoshop, Illustrator. Extensicve Mac and PC experience is required.
  • Ability to concurrently manage several high-priority programs.
  • A minimum of 2 years supervisory experience is required. Supervision should be relevant – overseeing staff in communications and digital media.

OTHER INFORMATION

  • Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States, as no VISA sponsorship is provided.
  • Frequent travel may be required for this position.
  • Relocation, if applicable, will be at your own expense and will not be paid for by USA Rugby.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you eligible to work in the United States?

2. What is your annual salary requirement?

3. Explain the experience you have working in sports communication and media.

4. Provide details about your supervisory skills. Include the number of people supervised at one time and their titles.

5. Are you willing to travel on a regular basis?

6. What experience, if any, do you have with rugby?

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Event/Venue Operations: Event Operations/Management
Events Internship - Spring/Summer 2015 - USA Rugby (Boulder, CO)

Term: This internship is expected to start in April 2015 and continue through end of June/early July 2015. Interns must be eligible to receive college credit, or be satisfying an academic requirement, in order to be considered. Ideally, this is a full-time internship at 40 hours per week.

Overview: The primary focus of this internship is to support and assist in the management of logistics and event specific operations related to the NACRA Sevens Qualifier event.

Responsibilities include:

• Support Events Department staff in the development and implementation of staff, volunteer, and event specific logistics

• Assist in the creation and implementation of event operational plans?• Assist in recruiting and organization of event volunteers and liaisons

• Assist in the creation of sponsor signage schematics

• Assist in the creation of after action reports and surveys

• Office administrative tasks such as mailing, inventory, data entry, etc.

• Respond to Events Department inquiries and provide information and resources as requested

• Other duties as assigned

Benefits to Intern:

• Opportunity to work with international teams in high profile settings

• Opportunity to gain multi-faceted event management experience

Percentage of duties:

30%- Customer service by, email, phone and in person contact

10%- Website, marketing and mass communication development

45%- Event and initiative support

15%- All other duties assigned

Questions about this internship can be directed to Kellie Cavalier, Events Director, at kcavalier@usarugby.org.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you able to get school credit for this internship?

2. Are you willing and able to relocate at your own expense?

3. Do you have prior rugby experience/knowledge?

4. How did you hear about this internship?

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Internships: Any Internship
Fundraising Internship - Spring Semester 2015 - USA Rugby (Boulder, CO)

Term: This internship is expected to start in January 2015 and continue through May 2015. Interns must be eligible to receive college credit, or be satisfying an academic requirement, in order to be considered. This is a part-time internship at 20 hours per week, unless your school authorizes you to complete a full-time internship program during the Fall semester.

Overview: The primary focus of this internship is to support and assist in the development, implementation, and monitoring of fundraising programs, appeals, and events directly benefitting USA Rugby Trust. The Fundraising Intern will assist with executing fundraising appeals and events, working with our donor database, developing social media and website marketing strategies, and responding to general donor inquiries and requests.

Responsibilities include:

  • Support Executive Director and Fundraising Manager in planning, executing, and monitoring fundraising events and appeals
  • Assist in the creation of fundraising literature
  • Assist in the creation of acknowledgement letters
  • Assist in the planning and implementing of board meetings and subsequent material preparation 
  • Assist in the creation of engagement tools
  • Assist in producing a monthly newsletter
  • Assist in creation of grant proposals
  • Assist in the development of a USA Rugby Trust presence through social networking (i.e. Facebook, Plus 3 Network, Twitter)
  • Execute office administrative tasks such as mailing, data entry, etc.
  • Respond to foundation and giving inquiries and provide information and resources as requested
  • Other duties as assigned

Percentage of duties:

50% - Website, marketing and mass communication development

25%- Customer service by, email, phone and in person contact 50%- Website, marketing and mass communication development

15%- Event and initiative support

10%- All other duties assigned

Interns should possess a passion for philanthropy, strong computer skills, and be comfortable interacting with high level professionals.

Questions about this internship can be directed to Nikki Wiederaenders, Executive Director, at nwieder@usarugby.org or by phone at 720-508-8025.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you able to get school credit for this internship?

2. Are you willing and able to relocate at your own expense?

3. Do you have prior fundraising/event planning/donor database experience?

4. How did you hear about this internship?

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Internships: Administration/General Management
GRANT WRITING INTERNSHIP - SPRING 2015 - NORTHERN CALIFORNIA YOUTH RUGBY ASSOCIATION (NCYRA) (Dixon, CA)

Term:

This internship is expected to start January of 2015 and run until March, 2015, depending on the College/University Semester structure. Interns must be eligible to receive college credit, or be satisfying an academic requirement, in order to be considered. This is a Part-time internship at 20 hours per week. Interns will be required to work the majority of time in the NCYRA Office located in Dixon, CA.

Overview:

NCYRA is the governing body for all youth (18 and under) rugby in northern California.  With over 5,000 members and 80 clubs, the NCYRA is the largest State Based Rugby Organization (SRO) in the country, and growing fast.  We are seeking a dedicated individual to fill the newly created Grant Writing Internship position. 

The primary focus of this internship is to research and write grant proposals in support of Northern California Youth Rugby Association (NCYRA). The Grant Writing Intern will be responsible for researching potential grants available via governmental, private, and public foundations, prioritizing the grants, write proposals for the potential grants, and apply for said proposed grants within the deadline dates.

Requirements:

All interns must have their own vehicle, computer, and cell phone. If selected, and utilizing the internship for credit, interns must be enrolled in a US College or University to receive college credit, or be satisfying a requirement for their college degree.

Responsibilities include:

· Research potential grants available through governmental, public, and private foundations.

·Write, revise, and enhance a generic proposal with updated statistics. Each submitted proposal will be customized to the grant being requested.

·Update additional materials submitted with each proposal such as board list, community involvement, budget, etc.

·Confirm calendar deadline dates, and work within each deadline to submit proposals in a timely manner

·Submit proposal

·Other duties as assigned

Percentage of duties:

90%- Grant writing, website, marketing and mass communication development 10%- All other duties assigned

Benefits to Internships with the Northern California Youth Rugby Association:

·Gain experience working within youth sports programs, clinics, and camps

·Gain insight into the workings of running a youth sports program

·Gain experience with the fundraising and revenue generation tactics of Non-Profit organizations

·Experience working with an amateur sport organization

·Experience working for a non-profit organization

Please submit a Resume, Cover Letter and at least 3 references to Mark Carney, NCYRA Executive Director at executivedirector@ncyrugby.org by November 30th, 2014 for consideration.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Do you have prior experience with rugby? If so, please describe.

2. What college or university do you attend?

3. What degree program are you pursuing?

4. If you can receive credit for this internship, please provide your Advisor/Professor's name and contact information.

5. What are three qualities you possess that will be most helpful with this position? Why?

6. Please provide 3 references.

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Internships: Technical Services
Information Technology Internship Spring Semester 2015 - USA Rugby (Boulder, CO)

Term

This internship is expected to start in January 2015 and continue through early April 2015. Interns must be eligible to receive college credit, or be satisfying an academic requirement, in order to be considered. This is a full-time internship at 40 hours per week. This internship is also open to graduate school candidates.

Overview

The primary focus of this internship will be to support and assist in the infrastructure and technological needs of the national office.  The Information Technology [I.T.] Intern will assist with answering help requests through our internal ticketing system, troubleshooting issues that include but are not limited to workstation setup and deployment, network connectivity, server management as well as any other tasks that contribute to the efficiencies of the Digital Platform department.

Responsibilities include:

·         Assisting with the delivery of services provided by the Digital Platform department

·         Answering and completing ticket requests in a timely manner

·         Simplifying and communicating complex technical issues to all constituents

·         Working alongside various levels of management to address all technical needs

·         Assisting with the completion of special projects currently in-progress

·         Assisting with overall management of our office network

·         Other duties as assigned

Benefit to Intern

·         Exposure to the demands of working in the IT field

·         Experience in meeting the demands of the IT field

·         Learning how to fully utilize industry-wide tools that directly impact our global reach

·         Understanding and developing simplified processes involved when servicing technical issues

·         Experience working with a National Governing Body (NGB)

·         Experience working with an organization that has a global fan base

Percentage of Duties

·         50% - Answering and completing service requests

·         25% - Assisting with special projects currently in-progress

·         20% - Researching current trends regarding infrastructure, data management and best practices

·         5% - Other duties as assigned

Interns should possess a passion for helping others overcome any and all digital/technical challenges while providing excellent customer service—remember, these are your coworkers who work with you 5 days a week!  Additionally, you will be allowed to spend 4 hours per week working on a fun project with the following parameters: (1) it must benefit and enhance a facet of I.T. that you want to learn more about, (2) it must be based on the values and mission statement of USA Rugby, and (3) the day you designate will be the same day every week.

Questions about the internship can be directed to David Jacobson at djacobson@usarugby.org.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you able to get school credit for this internship?

2. Please describe your IT/help desk experience/knowledge.

3. Please describe your coding/programming experience/knowledge, including which languages have you used in the past.

4. Have you ever used ConnectWise?

5. Please describe your proficiency with Microsoft Office applications. List each and provide your level of experience on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being highest).

6. How did you hear about this internship?

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Membership: Fundraising/Major Gifts
Major Gifts Officer - USA Rugby Trust - USA Rugby Trust (Boulder, CO)

Overview:
This position is responsible for identifying, cultivating, and soliciting major gift prospects (individuals, corporations, foundations) and participating in donor stewardship activities. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Officer will develop and manage a portfolio of 100+ donors and prospects capable of giving $50,000+. Some travel required.

USA Rugby Trust is the philanthropic arm of USA Rugby. Our fundraising activities support rugby youth initiatives, coaching and referee development, and build world class athletes through age-grade pathways, National, and Olympic teams.

Location:

This position is not required to be based in our Boulder, CO office. If selected, a candidate may be allowed to work remotely from their home office as long as the candidate lives within close proximity to a major airport in the United States. Should you wish to work from a home office, please state this in your cover letter.

 Responsibilities include:

·In consultation with the ED, establish an annual operating plan, with measurable performance objectives, that is linked to USA Rugby Trust’s fundraising goals and priorities. Participate in assessing progress toward objectives and adjust plan as necessary.

·Successfully manage a major gift portfolio of approximately 100 donors and prospects. Engage in activities that focus on donor-centered philanthropy to maximize potential long-term giving.

·Research and identify major gift prospects capable of supporting USA Rugby Trust with significant charitable gifts. Cultivate identified prospects via in-person visits, telephone and email communication, and engagement opportunities such as special events.

·Solicit prospects for significant charitable gifts to support the vision and mission of USA Rugby Trust.

·Demonstrate accountability and transparency.

·Ensure all prospect/donor engagement activities and communications are entered into the donor database.

Minimum Qualifications Required:

Education:       

·Bachelor’s degree

Experience/Skills:

·Demonstrated success of at least three years with direct solicitation.

·Demonstrated success in personally securing major gifts of $25,000 or more.

·Demonstrated effectiveness in prospect identification and relationship building.

·Proven ability to translate complex organizational funding needs into brief and compelling gift proposals.

·Highly skilled in successfully managing multiple priorities and deadlines.

·Working knowledge of donor (moves) management systems.

·Superior written and verbal communication skills with exceptional attention to detail.

·Outstanding interpersonal skills. Resourceful and independent, yet able to work creatively, effectively, and collaboratively within an integrated, team-oriented fundraising environment.

Percentage of duties:

  • 60%- Donor cultivation, engagement, and solicitation
  • 25%- Donor research, identification, and strategy development
  • 10%- Monitoring and reporting
  • 5%- All other duties assigned

No VISA sponsorship is provided for this position.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. What is your salary requirement?

2. If you wish to work from a home office, in what city are you located?

3. Please describe your experience in cultivating, engaging and soliciting major gifts.

4. Are you eligible to work in the United States?

5. Give an example of a time secured a gift of at least $25k. What skills did you apply and what made you successful?

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Internships: Marketing
Marketing Internship – Spring Semester - USA Rugby (Boulder, CO)

Term:
This internship is expected to start in January 2015 and continue through March/April 2015. Interns must be eligible to receive college credit, or be satisfying an academic requirement, in order to be considered. This is a full-time internship at 40 hours per week. This internship is also open to graduate school candidates.

Overview:
The primary focus of this internship is to support and assist in the commercial/sponsorship operations of our organization. The Sports Marketing Intern will assist with sponsorship fulfillment, commercial development, commercial research and analysis and developing commercial proposals, as well as any other tasks that contribute to the efficiencies of the Commercial & Marketing Departments.

Responsibilities include:
• Assist with delivery of sponsorship requirements for current USA Rugby sponsors
• Assist at events with sponsorship fulfillment for current USA Rugby sponsors
• Assist with research and analysis of sponsorship and commercial opportunities
• Assist with creation of graphics for commercial presentations
• Assist with creation of various commercial proposals
• Assist departments and vendors with marketing and sponsorship requests, if needed
• Other duties as assigned

Benefit to Intern:
• Exposure to and working with Major Global Sponsors
• Opportunity to work International Rugby events
• Experience with commercial research and analysis
• Understanding of business processes and commercial requirements in major sports organizations
• Experience working with an National Governing Body (NGB)
• Experience working for a international sports organization

Percentage of duties:
50% - Sponsorship fulfillment and sponsor interactions
35% - Commercial research and analysis/presentation
15% - All other duties assigned

Interns should possess a passion for excellence in sports business, strong interpersonal skills, attention to detail and willingness to learn.

Questions about this internship can be directed to Justine Bauder, at jbauder@usarugby.org.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you able to get school credit for this internship?

2. Are you willing and able to relocate at your own expense?

3. Do you have prior marketing/business/sponsorship experience/knowledge?

4. How did you hear about this internship?

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Internships: Administration/General Management
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP - SPRING 2015 - NORTHERN CALIFORNIA YOUTH RUGBY ASSOCIATION (NCYRA) (Dixon, CA)

Term:

This internship is expected to start in January of 2015, and continue through March - May of 2015 depending on the College/University Semester structure. Interns must be eligible to receive college credit, or be satisfying an academic requirement, in order to be considered. This is a Part-time internship at 20 hours per week. Interns will be required to work the majority of time in the NCYRA Office located in Dixon, CA.

Position Description:

NCYRA is the governing body for all youth (18 and under) rugby in northern California.  With over 5,000 members and 80 clubs, the NCYRA is the largest State Based Rugby Organization (SRO) in the country, and growing fast.  We are seeking a dedicated individual to fill the newly created Operations Management Internship position. 

The NCYRA Operations Management Intern will be responsible for three critical primary functions: Rugby Growth & Development (20%), Referee Assignments League Wide (40%), and Tournament Planning and Administration (20%) and Organizational Admin / Membership Services (10%).  In addition, the Operations Management Intern will support the Executive Director with any special projects as needed (10%).  This is a part-time position with no more than 20 hours of work per week anticipated.

Requirements:

All interns must have their own vehicle, computer, and cell phone. If selected, and utilizing the internship for credit, interns must be enrolled in a US College or University to receive college credit, or be satisfying a requirement for their college degree.

Qualifications & Competencies:

NCYRA is looking for a person with a demonstrated commitment to the growth and development of the game of rugby in the United States, as well as knowledge of, and experience with, youth sports.  A Bachelor’s degree is sought after, although Undergrads currently working towards a Bachelor’s degree in a related field are highly encouraged to apply. Areas of emphasis with regards to education are business, sports and recreation, operations, marketing, and communications preferred.  At least two years of experience in a management related position, preferably with an emphasis on operations management, is desired.  Excellent oral & written communication skills must be demonstrable, along with the ability to set and implement a detailed plan and to manage complex logistics and multiple projects simultaneously.  Adaptability and the ability to update priorities and strategies as needed are desired traits, as is the ability to collaborate effectively with internal and external stakeholders.  The Operations Management Intern will interface frequently with NCYRA members and other stakeholders and a friendly and positive personality matched with a service-oriented outlook vital to the success and effectiveness of the position.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Rugby Growth & Development

· Manage initiatives aimed at growing the game at every level and across every category (Club 15s and 7s for both boys and girls)

· Implement a comprehensive, structured program of youth outreach across the NorCal region, including:

     o   Identifying target organizations and outreach tactics

     o   Assisting when available in Rookie Rugby and Try On Rugby programs

· Support the implementation of a youth referee training & development structure

Member Services

· Implement revised organizational policies and procedures and ensure that members have an effective understanding of and access to these policies

· Support updated communication pathways and protocols including the NCYRA website, newsletters, social media, etc., to ensure active and participatory engagement with membership and a broader external audience

·Manage member categories and ensure top-notch customer-focused member service delivery

Organizational Administration

·Effectively assist with duties currently performed by the part-time Administrator, including:

     o   Assisting members with the online registration process, specifically with the ID Verification process

     o   Verifying match reports

     o   Sending general email notifications to membership

     o   Updating website content as needed

     o   Supporting Board (BOD) annual meeting (AGM) logistical planning and execution

     o   Supporting playoff events (trophies, food, setup)

     o   Coordinating coaching course logistics

     o   Assisting with ordering and shipping supplies for outreach and marketing, etc. 

     o   Assignment of referees to all varsity and junior varsity level matches league wide throughout the regular   15s season (January-April)

Special Projects

·Assist and support the Executive Director as needed on designated projects

The Operations Management Internship is a part-time position that will report to the Executive Director of NCYRA.  No compensation is available, other than related travel expenses.

Benefits to Internships with the Northern California Youth Rugby Association:

·Gain experience working within youth sports programs, clinics, and camps

·Gain insight into the workings of running a youth sports program

·Learn online registration systems and report generation

·Experience working with an amateur sport organization

·Experience working for a non-profit organization

Please submit a Resume, Cover Letter and at least 3 references to Mark Carney, NCYRA Executive Director at executivedirector@ncyrugby.org by November 30th, 2014 for consideration.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Do you have prior experience with rugby? If so, please describe.

2. What college or university do you attend?

3. What degree program are you pursuing?

4. If you can receive credit for this internship, please provide your Advisor/Professor's name and contact information.

5. What are three qualities you possess that will be most helpful with this position? Why?

6. Please provide 3 references.

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Internships: Athlete Management/Coaching
Strength & Conditioning Internship – Spring Semester 2015 - USA Rugby (Chula Vista, CO)

Term:
This internship is expected to start in February 2015 and continue through June 2015. Interns must be eligible to receive college credit, or be satisfying an academic requirement, in order to be considered. This is a full-time internship at 40 hours per week. This internship is also open to graduate school candidates.

Overview:
The primary focus of this internship is to effectively assist the Head of Strength and Conditioning to manage and co-ordinate all aspects of Strength and Conditioning support to National 7’s Squad players for the duration of the 2014/2015 International season.

Responsibilities include:

  •  Assist Strength and Conditioning Advisor to maintain all records of information relating to testing of National 7’s Squad Players.
  • Assist the Strength and Conditioning Advisor in providing meals and supplementation needs to all National 7’s Squad Players.
  • Once educated and given clearance from the Strength and Conditioning Advisor, provide specified recovery protocol to all squad members.
  • Once educated and given clearance from the Head of Strength and Conditioning, effectively Coach National 7’s Squad players in all areas of Strength and Conditioning at National Squad sessions & external.
  • Assist the Strength and Conditioning Advisor in managing an integrated monitoring program for the National 7’s Squad to track player readiness, individual training volumes, and enhance player development.
  • Willingness to assist Performance Analyst in videoing sessions when required.
  • Assist the Head of Strength and Conditioning, Performance Analyst or Physio in collating all aspects of National 7’s Squad individual player data with reference to physical performance.
  • Assist the Strength and Conditioning Advisor in managing and processing all data to give outcomes and recommendations for further progress of the National 7’s Squad.
  • Assist the Head of Strength and Conditioning in keeping on-going records of all National 7’s Squad individual player data using the USA Data Management System.
  • Other duties as assigned

Hours of Work/Availability:

  • Standard working hours will normally be Monday to Friday 0700 -1600. This role may require the candidate to work extended hours, evenings and weekends as required.

  • When the Head of Strength and Conditioning is traveling with the Tour squad or is unable to attend specific sessions, be available to supervise, provide and monitor all Strength and Conditioning requirements of the remaining Squad members/ complete squad that have been communicated to you by the Head of Strength and Conditioning.

Interns should possess qualifications in sport science and/or sports coaching. Post Graduate qualifications in sport science and/ or sport coaching/ Teaching or communication desirable.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you able to get school credit for this internship?

2. Are you willing and able to relocate at your own expense?

3. Do you have experience in sport science and/or sports coaching?

4. How did you hear about this internship?

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Apply for Future Notification - U.S. National Governing Bodies (Various Locations, US)

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