This position is responsible for serving as media coordinator or co-media coordinator to select championships; compiling weekly and season-end statistical leaders for selected sports; editing selected Rating Percentage Indices and overseeing Divisions II/III score reporting; updating selected records books; proofreading content for digital championship programs and print programs sold at select championships; and overseeing the production of media and non-media credentials and credential-related supplies used at NCAA championships.
Serve as primary or secondary media coordinator for assigned NCAA championships.
Serve as editor of records books and stats manuals for assigned sports and championships.
Compile daily and season-end statistical leaders for assigned sports using game-by-game reports from member schools.
Assist NCAA partner with the production of digital and print programs for NCAA championships.
Develop marketing and promotional media, including digital and social media, for assigned NCAA sports and championships.
Prepare press releases and other communications relating to assigned NCAA sports and championships.
Assist with production of selection shows on NCAA.com.
Provide support to NCAA committees in selection and seeding of NCAA championship fields, including the coordination and calculation of Rating Percentage Index (RPI) for assigned NCAA sports.
Coordinate score reporting for assigned NCAA sports.
Liaise with NCAA Communications staff on championship matters affecting the Association generally.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree required.
Minimum five years sports information experience at an institution or conference office (essential).
Substantial experience with, and knowledge of, publishing and creative software, including Adobe (Acrobat, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) and Microsoft (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) (essential).
Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills (essential).
Strong organizational skills (essential).
Knowledge and understanding of the Association's structure, function, policies, and rules (desired).
Established background and knowledge of college athletics (desired).
Strong and varied background in sports statistics and major event media operations (essential).
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
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