QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor degree required, with a major in communications, sports management or a related field preferred (or fulfilling work requirements to obtain degree); computer skills using various software packages required; experience working with collegiate sports coaching staffs preferred; experience working with Adobe Premiere or Final Cut Pro is required; broadcasting experience is required; prior experience with a Newtek Tricaster is preferred, but not mandatory. Experience with other Creative Suites software, including Photoshop, is helpful but not mandatory.
RESPONSIBILITIES The intern will serve as the play-by-play voice for a number of UNCP’s athletic radio broadcasts and/or video streams, while also serving as the assistant editor of, and also providing footage and features for, UNCP Athletics’ regional 30-minute television show, “The Black & Gold Report”, as well as UNCPBraves.com. Additionally, footage and feature videos will also be filmed and created for highlight packages, and awards banquets for the UNCP Athletics Department. In addition to shooting game film, editing/filming creative features on student-athletes and teams, and creating highlight packages, intern will also hone their journalistic skills by conducting player/coach interviews, and researching archived information to use in videos. In addition to video production, the intern will also serve as a key contributor to the various social media channels for the athletics department, including both text and new/digital media contributions.
COMPENSATION/DATES OF TERM The 9-month internship will run from August 1, 2018 to April 30, 2019. Compensation is approximately $1,100 per month ($10,000 total).
APPLICATIONS To apply send and/or email cover letter, resume, three references and video/work samples to: Todd Anderson Associate Athletics Director/Communications P.O. Box 1510 Pembroke, NC 28372 E-mail: email@example.com
Application Deadline: June 29, 2018
About UNC Pembroke
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, a 6,400-student NCAA Division II institution, is located in southeastern North Carolina in Robeson County. UNCP has a rich American Indian history and is one of the safest campuses in the University of North Carolina system. With small class sizes, a low student-faculty ratio and one of the most diverse campuses in the nation, UNCP is a growing university that empowers students to go on to live vibrant, fulfilling lives. For more information on UNCP, as well as its 17 varsity athletic programs, please visit UNCPBraves.com.