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U.S. Army All-American Bowl Selection Tour Rep.

Company Name:
All American Games
All American Games, the owner and producer of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and U.S. Army All-American Marching Band is seeking qualified candidates to execute the 2016 U.S. Army All-American Bowl Selection Tour during the fall of 2015. Selection Tour teams present and announce the official selection of each U.S. Army All-American (90 football players and 125 marching band members) at their respective high schools across the country during assemblies, pep rallies, press conferences, and football games. The U.S. Army All-American Bowl is the Nations premier high school All-Star football game. The 2016 Bowl will be played live on NBC on Saturday, January 9, 2016 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, TX.
Selection Tour personnel will spend approximately three weeks training at All American Games office in Rockaway, NJ beginning at the end of August and embark on Selection Tour upon completion of training. This includes significant travel from September through early December. Interns will be separated into teams of three and placed in a section of the country to execute Selection Tour events.
The Selection Tour Representative position consists of three roles for each Selection Tour Team:
Event coordinator
& Point of Contact for event planning
& Responsible for public speaking at events
& Personnel Manager
Videographer
& Manages video content
& Handles press and public relations
& Maintains equipment
Photographer
& Manages/distributes still camera content
& Assists in press and public relations
& Oversees all Team Social Media
Upon completion of the Selection Tour, members are integrated into the operational components leading up to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. This may include weekend travel for other profiles of All American Games. Upon the conclusion of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, Selection Tour personnel may have the opportunity to join All American Games on a full-time employment basis, pending available positions.
Basic Qualifications:
& Highly self-motivated and energetic individual looking for a career in event planning, marketing, or operations
& Computer skills (File sharing such as Dropbox or wetransfer.com, Microsoft Office)
& Excellent communication (oral and written) skills
& Organizational skills
& College graduates preferred
& Attention to detail and experience with meeting strict deadlines
& Knowledge of camera (still and video) equipment encouraged
Length of Employment: Late August 2015 early January 2016
Office Location: Rockaway, NJ (Housing provided if needed during training)
Travel Location: Across the United States (pending Selection Tour schedule and team placement)
Hours: Full-Time (40 60+ hours per week)
Compensation: Semi-Monthly Salary ($1,500 per month)
Contact: Send rsum and cover letter to

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