University Sports Program – College Recruiting / Assistant Marketing

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This is a great opportunity for someone looking to grow in the College Athletic Recruiting and Sporting Event Business.

It applies to you if:

  • Work best in a competitive, team-oriented environment?
  • Sell yourself and like to be rewarded for your efforts?
  • Self-motivated, possessing strong leadership skills?
  • Thrive on achieving the goals you set for yourself?
  • Do you love sports?

Responsibilities:

  • Work together with our Event Director in all aspects to organize and promote our college showcases
  • Experience of working in a demanding fast-paced environment to very high standards.
  • Manage and coordinate all promotional activities, such as social media, email campaigns, etc.
  • Acting as a liaison between coaches, athletes, and our agency – follow up with contact and maintain the relationship.
  • Provide customer service.
  • Marketing strategies and techniques.

Suitable Candidates:

  • Great communication skills both over the phone and in person.
  • Highly computer knowledge, with SM, databases, all Google applications.
  • Self-motivated go-getter.
  • Excellent time management abilities.
  • Ability to work individually or in a team environment.
  • Be passionate about making a difference
  • Desire a career that offers long-term professional satisfaction.

The candidates can be current college students, seeking a degree in marketing, communications, sports management, etc. Any college sports experience is always a plus++++

  • Business
  • Business Administration
  • Communications
  • Customer Service
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Athletic Experience
  • Public Relations
  • Sales
  • Sports Management


This may be a part-time or full-time job. There are plenty of opportunities for growth within the company.

To apply, applicants should send a resume to Thomas Anderson at usp@universitysports.com

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