Operations, Operations - Administrative Support, Operations - Player Development
4 Year Degree
The Development Graduate Assistant supports the overall goals of TCU Frog Club, the principal fundraising arm of TCU Athletics. Through a variety of tasks and learning opportunities, the graduate assistant will play a significant role in aspects of fundraising initiatives, donor stewardship, Frog Club event management, and the growth of the Frog Club brand. This role will provide a graduate student with the tools to succeed in a full-time role in college athletics development following the completion of their graduate assistantship..
Duties and Essential Job Functions: •Support and assist in TCU Frog Club office operations and tasks, consisting of taking phone calls, gathering research, pulling and requesting reports in support of fundraising efforts and donor management. •Actively participates in the management of Student Frog Club, sport specific fundraising, and annual fund initiatives. •Key responsibilities related to prospect management of current and prospective donors. •Assist in Frog Club and Block T Association strategic social media and communication execution. •Develop and enhance opportunities for collaboration with other areas of athletics department and university advancement. •Provides innovative ideas to increase brand recognition, membership numbers, and overall giving. •Represents TCU Athletics and Frog Club at organization sponsored engagements. •Performs other related duties as assigned in supporting efforts of the TCU Frog Club.
Applicant must have a Bachelor' degree with 1+ year experience in intercollegiate athletics or transferable field and be accepted and enrolled in a TCU 1-or-2-year graduate program.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Excellent interpersonal skills and team player.
Innovative, forward thinking, and self-starter.
Willingness to make cold calls if necessary.
Demonstrated outgoing and affable personality.
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, where multitasking and the ability to work independently is needed.
Genuine interest in intercollegiate athletics development.
Additional Salary Information: Please note, the tuition and school fee are paid through a financial aid process by the host department; Frog Club and the annual stipend of $19,000 is paid directly to the graduate student on a biweekly schedule for their work done in Frog Club. Graduate student will need to anticipate the need to pay out-of-pocket expenses such as books, housing, parking and any additional fees needed to complete the graduate program.
Internal Number: FCDEV 2021
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NOTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH NCAA REGULATIONS:
This job description includes the expectation of compliance with NCAA regulations. An institutional staff member who is found in violation of NCAA regulations shall be subject to disciplinary or corrective action as set forth in the provisions of the NCAA enforcement procedures, including suspension without pay or termination of employment for significant or repetitive violations