The Johns Hopkins University, an NCAA Multi-Divisional member, is accepting applications from qualified candidates for the Marketing Coordinator in the Department of Athletics and Recreation. This position is a two year grant-funded internship via the NCAA Ethnic Minorities and Women’s Internship Grant and will be exposed to all aspects of an NCAA DIII athletic program and recreation center. This entry level position is expected to market activities aimed at increasing student, community and fan engagement with both Athletics and Recreation.
**Please note, this position is funded by the NCAA Ethnic Minority and Women’s Internship Grant.**
The Marketing Coordinator roles and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Market all special events within the Athletics and Recreation Department through a myriad of mediums including but not limited to utilizing adobe software and other design software, social media, campus network platforms, etc.
Assist in the creation and execution of marketing plans, including in-game promotional efforts, for football and men’s lacrosse and other events as needed
Assist with the fulfillment of sponsor obligations; assist sponsorship staff with creation of sponsorship marketing materials
Manage marketing initiatives to the student body, including the student loyalty program
Manage social media accounts for the Recreation Department
Represent Johns Hopkins Athletics and Recreation Department at community outreach events to increase brand awareness and conduct grassroots marketing
In conjunction with Asst. AD for Operations, help plan, market and implement NCAA championships at Johns Hopkins
Coordinate mascot appearances
Work with campus partners to plan as well as market community and special events in the Athletics and Recreation Department
Work with the SWA as advisor to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and help coordinate department Student-Athlete Development initiatives
Work with the Athletic Director on special projects and initiatives that require marketing support.
Attend professional development opportunities such as NCAA Emerging Leading Seminars, NCAA Convention, etc.