The University of California, Los Angeles Intercollegiate Athletic Department is accepting applications for the student position of Travel & Game Management Office/Game Day Assistant.
Qualifications: Applicants must be full-time UCLA students. Applicants must also have a strong work ethic, excellent customer service skills, and the ability to multi-task. Demonstrated knowledge of Word, Excel and other basic computer programs is required. Must be able to work at all UCLA home football games.
Job Description: The main responsibility is for this position is to assist full-time staff in maintaining an efficient and productive office. Duties can include, but are not limited to, answering phones, processing travel expense reports, taking and processing orders for fan tour packages, working at football/basketball home games, preparing game operations manuals for home/away football and basketball games, and miscellaneous clerical projects for game/event preparation.
Starting hourly wage is $9.00. Please send one-page resume and up to three (3) references to Megan Hiramoto at email: email@example.com.
The UCLA Football Equipment Department is currently accepting resumes for student managers for the 2015 season. Below are the requirements, responsibilities, and compensation. Please keep in mind that your everyday duties are not limited to the ones described.
Requirements: - Currently enrolled as a student at UCLA - Available for the 2015 season April-December - Ability to travel to away games, attend training camp (usually around August 1st-August 15th) - Ability to lift 40 lbs.
Responsibilities: - Laundry - Field set up and breakdown - Assist coaching staff with drills at practice - Assist with locker room and equipment maintenance - Issuing and maintenance of equipment and protective gear daily - Pre-game setup and post-game breakdown
Compensation: Financial Aid, Books, and Priority Enrollment are provided
Under the direct supervision of the Sr. Graphic Artist & Curator of the Athletic Hall of Fame assist with a wide variety of projects associated with the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame and the Athletic Department. Assist in the design and installation of exhibits, print, production, creating signs and other projects using several forms of media and vinyl materials. Assist the Curator in determining the need for and creating appropriate illustrations and drawings, paintings; select material for inclusion in visual presentations, publications, reports, and large scale displays and special exhibitions; design and layout complex, multi-color, multi-page publications brochures, invitations and print/art posters for departmental sponsored events; develop short and long-term displays and exhibitions, and update presentations. There is an emphasis on design, print, photo, production, cutting, mounting and banner media. Tasks will include assisting the curator with routine computer and printer upkeep. Assist the Curator in organizing, labeling, archiving, and completing all processes related to the archive at the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame, including labeling artifacts and sports memorabilia.
Skills knowledge and ability requirement: Must be a current UCLA student. Design background conceptual thinking, Mac operation, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe InDesign is required. Attention to detail is a must. Printing, cutting, mounting ability is a must. Ability to lift 15 lbs. Must be able to work both independently and as a team. Pay range $11.00- $15.00 depending on experience. Please email Emily Greer: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 310-825-8259
The Athletics Peer Learning Lab seeks UCLA undergraduates to facilitate group and individual peer learning sessions for student-athletes. Most facilitators are assigned to provide learning guidance for lower-division, General Education courses, but opportunities are also available to facilitate select introductory math/science courses, academic writing, and upper-division courses. We are looking to hire students who have good interpersonal skills and would enjoy helping other students succeed.
Applications are being accepted for immediate employment of student equipment managers for all 22 intercollegiate sports teams. Under general supervision of the Head Equipment Coordinator and Head Coach of specific sport, student manager will assist with the issuing, fitting, repair and maintenance of equipment and apparel. Student manager will also transport equipment to and from games/ practice and assist in inventory control. Position entails interaction with athletic department employees, vendors, players and coaches. Paid position through UCLA scholarship. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Please send resumes via email to Tony Perri at email@example.com. UCLA is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
The UCLA Intercollegiate Athletic Department is accepting applications for TWO Student Video Assistant positions to begin immediately. Applicants MUST BE CURRENT, FULL-TIME UCLA STUDENTS. Duties include operating broadcast quality cameras at UCLA sporting events. Applicants must be energetic, hardworking, and able to lift 50 lbs. Flexible working hours are a must, as some work occurs on evenings and weekends. Some travel opportunities may be available. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. Please send resumes via email to Ken Norris at firstname.lastname@example.org. UCLA is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
The primary responsibility of the Academic & Student Services (AS2) Intern is to serve as an academic mentor to UCLA student-athletes. AS2 Interns are responsible for the development, administration, and evaluation of the academic support programs provided to their assigned student-athletes. The program emphasizes early identification of academic concerns, fosters academic accountability, and monitors student-athletes’ academic and personal transition to a competitive university environment. Additionally, AS2 Interns will be responsible for working jointly with relevant constituent groups and individuals in the coordination of skills development and services for student-athletes. More information can be found by clicking HERE.
The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) is accepting applications for the position of Marketing Assistant. This is a contract, full-time position with a targeted salary of $27,144/year with full health benefits and membership in the UC Retirement Plan. Under the direct supervision of the Associate Director of Marketing, the Marketing Assistant is responsible for assisting the department's marketing, sales, promotions, and advertising for an individual sport or sports and special events surrounding UCLA athletic teams/events.
All applicants should demonstrate the following abilities and requirements: Excellent written and verbal communication skills, as well as skills in working independently and following through on assignments with minimal direction; ability to demonstrate skills in conceptualization, development, implementation and review of multi-dimensional corporate and marketing, sales, and promotional programs; demonstrate creative abilities in generating innovative ideas and exploring alternative approaches and solutions to problems; knowledge and experience of men's and women's athletic events and procedures; knowledge and ability to follow all Pac-12 conference and NCAA rules and regulations; display organizational skills as well as the ability to prioritize and complete assignments in a manner accurately reflecting the relative importance of job responsibilities without constant supervision; ability to work under time constraints and with conflicting deadlines, frequent interruptions and distractions; demonstrate the ability to supervise UCLA staff members, student work force and a diverse group of volunteers, in addition to interacting effectively with coaches, student-athletes, parents, administrators, and other staff; demonstrate word processing and computer skills to complete assignments with speed and accuracy; ability to operate a computer with working knowledge of various computer software systems including: Microsoft Office and Lotus Notes or other e-mail software.
The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) is accepting applications for the position of Account Executive – Ticket Sales. Under the direct supervision of the Director of Outbound Sales, the Account Executive – Ticket Sales will sell Football and Men’s Basketball season tickets, mini plans, group and individual game tickets. Incumbent will increase ticket sales revenue by maintaining an appropriate call volume to achieve and exceed weekly, monthly and annual sales goals as set by management. These calls will be supplemented with email correspondence, face‐to‐face presentations and in‐arena/stadium tours. Incumbent will work all home games as needed, performing various ticket sales and service duties, fulfilling events, servicing groups, and prospecting new sales throughout the game. Performance of assigned duties and responsibilities will be subject to evaluation by the Director of Outbound Sales.
Continued employment will be contingent upon satisfactory performance, meeting targeted goals and compliance with University, PAC‐12 and NCAA rules and regulations. All applicants should demonstrate the following abilities: Previous experience selling tickets for a professional and/or college sports program is preferred; Proven track record in sales and building quality relationships, friendly and professional telephone manner and cold calling; Ability to establish solid relationships and work cooperatively with other team members in pursuit of sales goals; Ability to meet sales goals and deadlines; Excellent written, verbal, listening and presentation skills; Working knowledge and experience of men’s and women’s athletic events and procedures is preferred; Demonstrated organizational skills; Ability to work under time constraints and with conflicting deadlines, frequent interruptions and distractions; Ability to maintain a flexible work schedule, with the ability to work irregular hours, including nights and weekends; Skill in interacting effectively with coaches, studentathletes, parents, administrators, staff, vendors and the general public; Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to build effective relationships; Computer proficiency in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Outlook and Adobe programs; Experience with ticketing software is preferred; Demonstrated knowledge of and ability to comply with University, Pacific‐12 Conference and NCAA rules and regulations; Education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree. Continued employment is contingent upon completion of satisfactory background investigation.