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Archival Internship Fall Semester 2015 - USA Rugby Trust - USA Rugby (Boulder, CO)

This internship is expected to start in August 2015 and continues through November 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.

Overview:

The focus of this internship will be to ensure that irreplaceable items pertaining to USA Rugby are properly preserved, cataloged and archived. The USA Rugby Trust Archival Intern will perform a broad range of basic archival functions such as processing, preservation, reference and general archival work involving USA Rugby Trust’s collection of American rugby artifacts and documents. The intern may be asked to assist with clerical duties, data entry and grant research.

Responsibilities include:

  • Maintain proper care and maintenance of all documents, photographs and artifacts handled.
  • Manage a database of American rugby artifacts in our collection.
  • Create and prepare descriptive information on our various rugby artifacts and documents.
  • Ensure proper preservation and storage of our artifacts.
  • Photograph each of our artifacts for entry into our database.
  • Research grants related to archival preservation
  • Other duties as assigned

Percentage of duties:

  • 50%- Cataloging of rugby artifacts
  • 30%- Artifact research
  • 10%- Grant research
  • 10%- All other duties as assigned

Interns should have an interest in pursuing a career in Archival Studies, Museum Management, or Historic Preservation. Experience relevant to the care, preservation, and conservation of artifacts is desired. Good writing, research, and organizational skills; familiarity with the Internet, digital imaging, and data entry would be helpful.

Questions about this internship can be directed to Dan West, Communications Manager, at dwest@usarugby.org or by phone at 720-508-8001.

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 experience in the care, preservation, and conservation of artifacts?

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Internships: Accounting and Finance
Finance & Accounting Internship – Fall Semester - USA Rugby (Boulder, CO)

Term:
This internship is expected to start in September 2015 and continue through December 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.

Overview:
The primary focus of this internship is to support and assist in the financial operations of our organization. The Finance & Accounting Intern will assist with data entry, processing accounts payable and receivable, coding expenses, and working within financial reports, as well as any other tasks that contribute to the efficiencies of the Finance Department.

Responsibilities include:
• Assist with review of expense reports for required receipts, approval, and coding.
• Assist with review of invoices submitted by departments for payment
• Assist with coding and booking of invoices and credit card statements and other payables
• Filing and assisting with maintenance of current filing system
• Assist with creation of various financial reports and distribution to departments
• Assist departments and vendors with coding questions and payment status requests, if needed
• Other duties as assigned

Benefit to Intern:
• Basic experience with Quickbooks
• Working knowledge of account coding and processing of payables and receivables
• Experience with financial reporting and budget analysis
• Understanding of processes and systems required to ensure efficiencies of finance staff
• Experience working with an amateur sport organization
• Experience working for a non-profit organization

Percentage of duties:
50% - Data entry and financial reporting
35% - Customer service and vendor interactions
15% - All other duties assigned

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 to relocate to Boulder, CO at your own expense if hired?

3. Do you have any prior rugby experience?

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Athlete Management/Coaching: Team Administration/Operations
Manager Referee Department - USA Rugby (Boulder, CO)

Objective:  To facilitate the recruitment, retention, education, and development of, referees, referee coaches, performance reviewers, and Local Referee Organizations nationwide.

Responsibilities:

  • Works collaboratively with the HP Referee Manager in the establishment and maintenance of an effective organization structure involving, Sevens and Zone Managers, the Referee and Laws committee, and volunteers that will deliver USA Rugby’s strategic aims/goals.
  • Collaborates with USA Rugby events department to plan and execute all referee related logistics for the following events:
    • National Championship Series
    • DIA
    • Non- NCS Competitions (PRP/Varsity Cup/East Coast)
    • International tests
    • Sevens series
  • Facilitates the development of strategic and operational plans working with committee & volunteer stakeholders and all USA Rugby constituents.
  • Analyzes market trends, organizational needs, and historical data to appropriately plan and manage the departmental budget
  • Delivers the strategic aims/goals identified in the strategic plan.
  • Facilitates the delivery of all Internal/external communications; to include social media, web releases, and general customer service
  • Initiates recruitment and retention strategies in conjunction with Local referee organizations to grow the quality and level of the game nationwide
  • In coordination with appropriate committee structures, develops a training and development plan for all match official functions including:
  • Referees at varying levels of development
  • Touch Judges
  • Referee Coaches
  • Referee Performance Reviewers (Evaluators)
  • Local & Territorial Administrators & Development Officers

Key Skills & Attributes:

  • Master’s degree preferred
  • Able to work strategically and operationally
  • Budget development and management skills
  • High level of diplomacy
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Innate problem solving skills and ability to work under pressure
  • Considerable drive and self-motivation
  • Experience with championship/international sporting events
  • Outstanding organizational and time management skills
  • Other duties as assigned

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. Are you willing to relocate to Boulder, CO at your own expense if hired?

3. Do you have any prior rugby experience?

4. What is your salary requirement? (Provide a number, not "negotiable".)

5. Briefly describe why you are the perfect candidate for this position.

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Internships: Any Internship
Strength & Conditioning Internship – Spring Semester 2016 - USA Rugby (Chula Vista, CO)

Term:
This internship is expected to start in February 2016 and continue through June 2016. 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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Internships: Any Internship
Youth Development Internship - Fall Semester 2015 - USA Rugby (Boulder, CO)

Term:
This internship is expected to start in August 2015 and continue through December 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.

Overview:
The primary focus of this internship is to support and assist in the management of programs related to expanding the number of pre-high school rugby players in the USA. The Youth Development Intern will assist with research and development of youth events, work with existing programs, research and development of new initiatives, provide customer service to the community, and other tasks that contribute to the growth of youth and high school level rugby in the United States.

Responsibilities include:
• Support Youth Development Department staff in the development and management of youth events such as tournaments, camps, clinics, and educator workshops.
• Assist in the creation of parent materials
• Assist in the creation of promotional materials for military outreach
• Assist in the creation of college materials for the youth and high school community
• Assist in the creation of other game development materials used by coaches, players and volunteers to start new programs and improve those already in existence
• Assist in the planning and implementing of meetings and conferences dedicated to youth and high school development (Ex. Youth Development Conference)
• Assist in the development of a youth and high school rugby presence through social networking (i.e. Facebook, Twitter)
• Office administrative tasks such as mailing, inventory, data entry, etc.
• Respond to youth and high school inquiries and provide information and resources as requested
• Other duties as assigned

Benefits to Intern:
• Experience and insight into working for a National Governing Body.
• Help in developing skills in event management, administration, marketing, and social media.
• Credit for assisting with nationally distributed materials.
• Knowledge with sports program management at both the national and local level.
• Access to professionals in the areas of marketing, communication, events, development, finance, HR, and fundraising.

Percentage of duties:
15%- Customer service by, email, phone and in person contact
50%- Website, marketing and mass communication development
10%- Event and initiative support
25%- All other duties assigned

Interns should possess a passion for youth development through sports, strong customer service and interpersonal skills, and comfort in physical education and youth sport environments.

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
Youth Development Internship - Spring Semester 2016 - USA Rugby (Boulder, CO)

Term:
This internship is expected to start January 2016 and continue through May 2016. 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.

Overview:
The primary focus of this internship is to support and assist in the management of programs related to expanding the number of pre-high school rugby players in the USA. The Youth Development Intern will assist with research and development of youth events, work with existing programs, research and development of new initiatives, provide customer service to the community, and other tasks that contribute to the growth of youth and high school level rugby in the United States.

Responsibilities include:
• Support Youth Development Department staff in the development and management of youth events such as tournaments, camps, clinics, and educator workshops.
• Assist in the creation of parent materials
• Assist in the creation of promotional materials for military outreach
• Assist in the creation of college materials for the youth and high school community
• Assist in the creation of other game development materials used by coaches, players and volunteers to start new programs and improve those already in existence
• Assist in the planning and implementing of meetings and conferences dedicated to youth and high school development (Ex. Youth Development Conference)
• Assist in the development of a youth and high school rugby presence through social networking (i.e. Facebook, Twitter)
• Office administrative tasks such as mailing, inventory, data entry, etc.
• Respond to youth and high school inquiries and provide information and resources as requested
• Other duties as assigned

Benefits to Intern:
• Experience and insight into working for a National Governing Body.
• Help in developing skills in event management, administration, marketing, and social media.
• Credit for assisting with nationally distributed materials.
• Knowledge with sports program management at both the national and local level.
• Access to professionals in the areas of marketing, communication, events, development, finance, HR, and fundraising.

Percentage of duties:
15%- Customer service by, email, phone and in person contact
50%- Website, marketing and mass communication development
10%- Event and initiative support
25%- All other duties assigned

Interns should possess a passion for youth development through sports, strong customer service and interpersonal skills, and comfort in physical education and youth sport environments.

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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