Current Staff Openings
Please visit Covenant's employment web site: http://www.covenant.edu/about/employment/list
To be eligible to apply, you must qualify for student employment through Financial Aid.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions related to employment in the Athletic Department.
Home Event Staff (1 opening)
Provide assistance to the Athletic Department by directing and coordinating game operations during athletic events. Assigned duties will be based on individual qualifications and may include: set up and break down of events, ball boy, parking, ticketing, announcing or serving as a team leader. Applicants must be available on evenings and weekends (no Sundays).
Intramural Referee (0 openings)
Organize, coordinate, schedule, and maintain an active, functioning intramural office. Schedule intramural games, tournaments, and events. Train, schedule, and supervise referees for all intramural contests. Maintain and care for all intramural equipment. Distribute intramural equipment during designated open gym or free play times. Applicants should have a basic understanding of team sports. Applicants must be available on evenings with limited weekend work required (no Sundays).
Applicants must have general athletic knowledge and the ability to tape ankles or willingness to learn. Applicants must be available on weekends (no Sundays), evenings including all home games and away games as available.
INTERNSHIPS: all positions are unpaid
The Covenant Athletic Department offers a tremendous opportunity as we seeking to utilize interns in every aspect of athletic administration. Covenant interns are considered valuable members of the athletic staff. Interns are given the opportunity to learn a great deal about their specific area of interest while gaining valuable hands-on experience in the successful overall operation of a NCAA Division III athletic program.
Covenant is currently accepting applications for the positions listed below. To apply please email a cover letter, resume and 3 references to Tim Sceggel, Director of Athletics at email@example.com. Specific work hours are flexible for all positions.
Athletic Administration Internship (fall, spring, summer)
This is a well rounded internship experience designed for a student who has the career aspiration of working in college athletics. The selected intern will be mentored by either the Director of Athletics or the Associate Director of Athletics. The components of this experience will include weekly lunch with administrators and coaches to discuss current issues in collegiate athletics. Career counseling, including resume review and interview practice will also be offered. The intern will be offered exposure to areas including: marketing, promotions, event management, facility management, compliance, personnel supervision etc. Night and weekend work will be rare. Specific work hours are flexible.
Marketing & Promotions Internship (fall, spring, summer)
The game-day promotional interns will support the athletic marketing staff with game-day set up/ breakdown and execution of in-game promotions for all sports. The marketing & promotions interns are responsible for promoting Covenant athletics on campus and in the community. Candidates must be professional and reliable and possess strong interpersonal and communication skills. An ideal candidate should have an interest in a potential career in sports marketing, promotions, or other related field and have some knowledge or interest in college athletics. Weekend and evening hours are required.
Sports Information Internship: Statistics, Website, Writing (fall, spring, summer)
The Covenant College Department of Athletics is seeking highly motivated, well-organized individuals to serve as design and multimedia interns to join the exciting world of sports information. The interns will assist the Sports Information office with coverage of the college's 13 sport athletics program. The interns will also serve as writers and editors for the department's website as well as for game programs and other printed pieces. The interns will be involved in the record book and other historical archiving projects. They will gain hands-on experience using Adobe Photoshop, Stat crew and other computer programs. The interns will be expected to assist the Sports Information staff at a number of athletic events during their tenure. Weekend and evening hours are required.