Under the leadership of the Associate Athletics Director for External Relations & Resource Acquisition, the Assistant Athletic Director for Resource Acquisition will serve as the lead administrator for corporate sponsorship engagement for NCCU Athletics.
The Assistant Athletic Director for Resource Acquisition will also be accountable for the corporate sales and sponsorship function of NCCU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, providing direction and leadership towards maximizing revenue and exposure relative to corporate sponsorship, with management of the progressive strategies, policies and procedures, and goals objectives concerning area of operation.
Strong leader with an entrepreneurial spirit and ability to quickly understand and assess business challenges and offer solid expertise in identifying new marketing opportunities and providing targeted marketing support. The successful candidate must possess a working knowledge of effective principles of organization and management; knowledge of basic accounting functions; knowledge of university intercollegiate athletic programs; ability to establish and maintain a good working relationship with the campus and corporate community; ability to communicate effectively; ability to display initiative and creativity; ability to meet stated objectives and deadlines. Exhibit outstanding customer service, including strong organizational, written, and verbal skills; preferred experience in managing seat licensing programs; must be able to adhere to NCAA, conference, and institutional policies and procedures; must have the ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and to prioritize a large volume of on-going tasks and projects; handles highly sensitive and confidential materials; requires a high degree of attention to detail, tact and discretion; must be proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, basic graphics internet and email; ability to balance multiple priorities and to work well in a team-oriented, busy environment; excellent written and oral communication skills are extremely important; ability to work night or weekend events.