The National Sports Center, Schwan's USA CUP soccer tournament and the Minnesota Amateur Sports Commission in Blaine, Minnesota announce the following internship openings:
Registration Director for Star of the North Games
Intern will manage all aspects of registration, including processing incoming registrations and payments, communicating with coaches and athletes, keeping accurate records, managing a database, and troubleshooting. Excellent organizational skills and commitment to first-class service are a must. Start: If available, this position can start as early as Late March-Early April 2015 on a part time basis until May when the position becomes full time.
Intern will manage NSC’s webcasting service of Schwan's USA CUP. The program will include producing/directing the 10-day broadcast, scheduling camera and on-air talent, promoting the product, DVD production and sales, troubleshooting issues and developing business plans. This position has elements of broadcast production and business management. Experience in using a TriCaster would be a plus. Start: June 2015
Media Relations Coordinator
Intern(s) will write and assemble press kits, press releases, and research story ideas, write articles and handle media inquiries for events including Star of the North Games and Schwan's USA CUP. Start: May 2015
Intern(s) will help support the NSC’s video production team that produces a weekly video show, “NSCtv”, a daily video show during Schwan's USA CUP, and a promotional video. Candidate should have some experience with Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere software, and also some journalistic background of researching story ideas and script and article writing. Additional experience with the Adobe Creative Suite a plus. Start: May 2015
Golf Programs Operations Coordinator
Intern will work with the day-to-day operations of the National Youth Golf Center. Duties will include developing /marketing the programs and facilities, as well as running an efficient golf facility. Strong verbal and problem solving skills are essential. Start: April-May 2015
Sports Administration & Event Management for NSC and MASC
Intern(s) will assist in the administrative organization of major amateur sporting events and projects sponsored by the NSC and MASC, including Schwan's USA CUP soccer tournament, NSC Cup, NSC All American Cup, USA Rugby, USA Ultimate and NSC Velodrome events. Responsibilities will include registration, volunteer services, housing, transportation, officials, activities, campus operations, results/media, publications, special events, sponsorships, marketing, competition/programming, ticketing and more. Start: April-May 2015
Campus Operations Logistics
Intern will work with NSC Campus Operations staff. Duties will include but not be limited to pre-tournament set-up, execution of logistics requests, event management, post tournament tear-down and day to day facility management tasks. The candidate must be able to lift at least 40 pounds, have a flexible schedule and be able to work in fast paced, hands on working environment. Start: May 2015
Schwan's USA CUP Dorm Advisor
During Schwan's USA CUP; dorms provide a campus living experience for some of the International and United States athletes. We are seeking responsible candidates who will bring diverse backgrounds, are multi-lingual and have outgoing personalities for these positions. As an advisor, you will serve as the immediate contact for individuals in your assigned dorm, answering questions, coordinating transportation, and enforcing policies. You must also stay in the dorm you are assigned during the tournament. Start: July 2015
Hours -- During summer, hours are 40+ per week. Interns should be flexible with time, as many positions require event work in evenings and weekends. All positions are available for course credit as approved by your institution.
Compensation -- All positions are a paid stipend based on commensurate of experience.
Deadline -- Resumes and cover letters submitted prior to February 14, 2015 will be given preference. Applicants will need to complete an in-person interview which will be conducted at the National Sports Center during the week of March 2-6, 2015. Alternate interview days may be accommodated.
Applicants may submit one cover letter and resume, to apply for more than one position.
Send a resume and cover letter to:
Internship Program Coordinator
1700 105th Avenue NE / Blaine, MN 55449
Phone: 763-785-5600 / Fax: 763-785-5699
The hospitality manager will manage the operation of the food & beverage outlets and facilities which Includes but is not limited to the Hat Trick Café , Schwan Center, dormitory, dormitory kitchens/cafeteria and concessions. Must have core knowledge of the food & beverage industry, products & business units. Must have Serve-Safe & Alcohol Certification.
Education and Experience
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The National Sports center is seeking individuals to fill coaching positions for youth soccer programs. These individuals must be responsible, organized, and dependable. All coaches must have the desire to work with youth in the sport of soccer. This is hourly, part-time position.
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The National Sports Center is looking for a few individuals to fill the position of Sports Hall Facility Monitor/League Monitor. We are seeking customer service minded individuals. Must be self – motivated, have excellent communication skills and the ability to problem solve. Individuals with referee credentials are strongly encouraged to apply. This position is part time with evening and weekend hours. Employment applications are available at the National Sports Center front desk or resumes can be sent to Clinton LaBeau at email@example.com or call 763.785.3679.
The systems engineer's role is to ensure the stability, integrity, and efficient operation of the business technology systems that support core organizational functions. This is achieved by monitoring, maintaining, supporting, and optimizing all the networked software and associated operating systems. This is an excellent opportunity to manage a wide range of challenges in an exciting sports programming and event environment.
This is a full-time position, with a full benefits package, located in Blaine, MN.
Please forward resumes and letters of interest to Trygve Nystuen, National Sports Center Business Technology Director, firstname.lastname@example.org.