The Seattle Sports Commission is seeking an intern this Fall to assist the Executive Director of the Seattle Sports Commission with a wide variety of projects. Successful candidates will have strong administrative and communication skills with the ability to multi-task.
The fall intern will have the opportunity to work with the SSC on multiple events such as the Women’s Leadership Breakfast, Sports Star of the Year, and more.
Schedule: 24 hours a week
Timeline: October through December – 3 months
Hours: $12/hr plus ORCA card for duration
Marketing & Sales
Website Development: Ensure content in Sports Commission website (seattlesports.org) is correct and updated. Gather and/or provide new events and information as needed and build out the web site.
Collateral Materials: Assist Creative Services and SSC staff with developing, creating, distributing and updating informational and sales/marketing collateral.
Bid Coordination: Assist in submitting bids for events.
To apply: Send cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Deadline to apply:
October 1, 2016
For more information about Seattle Sports Commission, a department of Visit Seattle, visit www.seattlesports.org.
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