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» Future Notification of Internships - ATP Tour, Inc. (Various Locations, XX)
» SPONSOR ACTIVATION INTERN - CONNECTICUT OPEN PRESENTED BY UNITED TECHNOLOGIES (NEW HAVEN, CT)
» TICKET SALES & PARTNERSHIP MARKETING INTERN - CONNECTICUT OPEN PRESENTED BY UNITED TECHNOLOGIES (NEW HAVEN, CT)
» FINANCE & HUMAN RESOURCES INTERN - CONNECTICUT OPEN PRESENTED BY UNITED TECHNOLOGIES (NEW HAVEN, CT)
» TICKET BOX OFFICE INTERN - CONNECTICUT OPEN PRESENTED BY UNITED TECHNOLOGIES (NEW HAVEN, CT)
» Future Notification of Internships - Tennis Job Board (Various Locations, XX)
» 2015 Sales and Ticketing Internship - Washington Kastles (Washington, DC)
» 2015 Team and Travel Internship - Washington Kastles (Washington, DC)
» 2015 Marketing and Merchandise Internship - Washington Kastles (Washington, DC)
» 2015 Community Relations Internship - Washington Kastles (Washington, DC)
» 2015 Charity Classic Internship - Washington Kastles (Washington, DC)
» 2015 Volunteer / Special Events Internship - Western & Southern Open (Mason, OH)
» 2015 Summer Ticketing Internship - Western & Southern Open (Mason, OH)
» Facilities and Operations Dispatch Internship - Western and Southern Open (Mason, OH)
» Facilities and Operations Sponsor Hospitality Internship - Western and Southern Open (Mason, OH)
» Facilities and Operations Logistics Internship - Western and Southern Open (Mason, OH)
» Facilities and Operations Player Security Internship - Western and Southern Open (Mason, OH)
» Facilities and Operations Court Management Internship - Western and Southern Open (Mason, OH)



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Future Notification of Internships - ATP Tour, Inc. (Various Locations, XX)

From time to time, the ATP World Tour tournaments and headquarters will be looking for qualified internship candidates.  By creating a profile under this listing, you are not applying for an internship.  Rather, you will be notified of internships when they become posted matching the notification buttons you check on this application.

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SPONSOR ACTIVATION INTERN - CONNECTICUT OPEN PRESENTED BY UNITED TECHNOLOGIES (NEW HAVEN, CT)

About Connecticut Open presented by United Technologies

Connecticut Open presented by United Technologies is owned by the State of Connecticut and is a not-for-profit 501c3 charitable organization. The event has always existed to give back to the community, and has always been much more than just a tennis tournament; it is a leading example of leveraging a large-scale international sporting event to generate millions of dollars in regional economic impact and build community pride, spirit and engagement, especially among youth. The women’s-only WTA event will be held August 21-29, 2015 at the Connecticut Tennis Center at Yale, and features five different competitions including WTA qualifying, WTA singles, WTA doubles, Men's Legends, and the US Open National Playoffs Championship. The Connecticut Open is prominently featured domestically on ESPN2 and is also broadcast in 160 countries around the world.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

AVALIABILITY

  • Dates: Monday, June 8 – Sunday, August 30, 2015
  • Interns for the Connecticut Open will be required to work a minimum of 30 hours per week.  As the tournament nears, hours will increase, and evenings and weekends will be required during the tournament.
  • Candidates must be able to work the entire duration of the tournament.

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS

  • Student must be pro-active and hard-working, detail-oriented with strong interpersonal skills.  Ability to work in a fast-paced, evolving environment, and demonstrate a high level of professionalism.
  • Strong organizational skills and computer experience with MS Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint, and Word.
  • Tennis background is a plus, but not required.
  • Open to undergraduate and graduate level students enrolled at an accredited college or university.
  • Student must receive academic credit to be eligible and will be required to submit documentation from the college or university.
  • No financial compensation is available.  Housing and transportation are the responsibility of the student.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Assist the Corporate Partnerships and Sponsor Services Departments with the fulfillment and execution of all sponsor benefits.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

1.   Pre-Tournament Activation

  • Corporate Display Booths
  • Signage
  • Credentials
  • Sponsor Tennis Clinic
  • Special Events
  • Ticket fulfillment
  • Parking fulfillment
  • Video Scoreboards
  • Other requests as needed

2.   Tournament Week Activation

  • Documenting sponsor assets for compliance
  • Inventory compliance photos at the end of each day
  • Maintenance of sponsor display booths
  • Coordinate with Sponsor Operations staff on sponsor needs
  • Other requests as needed

3.   Daily

  • Assemble items for sponsor mailings
  • Assist with administrative needs
  • Provide other tournament staff with support as needed

TO APPLY

For full consideration, applicants must submit: 1) a letter of application, 2) a current resume, and 3) names, titles and contact information for at least two academic and/or professional references.  Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 
The Connecticut Open strongly supports equal employment opportunity for all applicants regardless of sex, race, color, religion, age, disability, status as a special disabled veteran, veteran of the Vietnam era or other covered veteran, or national or ethnic origin; nor does the Connecticut Open discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law.

The Connecticut  Open policy is committed to affirmative action under law in employment of women, minority group members, individuals with disabilities, special disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam era, and other covered veterans.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. ARE YOU AVAILABLE TO WORK 6/8/15 - 8/30/15?


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TICKET SALES & PARTNERSHIP MARKETING INTERN - CONNECTICUT OPEN PRESENTED BY UNITED TECHNOLOGIES (NEW HAVEN, CT)

About Connecticut Open presented by United Technologies

Connecticut Open presented by United Technologies is owned by the State of Connecticut and is a not-for-profit 501c3 charitable organization. The event has always existed to give back to the community, and has always been much more than just a tennis tournament; it is a leading example of leveraging a large-scale international sporting event to generate millions of dollars in regional economic impact and build community pride, spirit and engagement, especially among youth. The women’s-only WTA event will be held August 21-29, 2015 at the Connecticut Tennis Center at Yale, and features five different competitions including WTA qualifying, WTA singles, WTA doubles, Men's Legends, and the US Open National Playoffs Championship. The Connecticut Open is prominently featured domestically on ESPN2 and is also broadcast in 160 countries around the world.

POSITION OVERVIEW

This full-time internship offers the unique opportunity to learn about ticket sales and partnership marketing for a large-scale international professional women’s tennis tournament.  This position is designed to support the Ticket Sales and Partnership Marketing Manager in day-to-day operations.  The intern will also have exposure to Box Office management.  The intern will report to the Ticket Sales and Partnership Manager while working closely with the Ticket Sales and Marketing Manager.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

AVALIABILITY

  • Dates: Monday, June 8 – Sunday, August 30, 2015
  • Interns for the Connecticut Open will be required to work a minimum of 30 hours per week.  As the tournament nears, hours will increase, and evenings and weekends will be required leading up to and during the tournament.
  • Candidates must be able to work the entire duration of the tournament.

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS

  • Student must be pro-active and hard-working, detail-oriented with strong interpersonal skills.  Ability to work in a fast-paced, evolving environment, and demonstrate a high level of professionalism.
  • Strong organizational skills and computer experience with MS Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint, and Word.
  • Strong communications skills and customer service-oriented
  • Proactive and team-oriented
  • Tennis background is a plus, but not required.
  • Open to undergraduate and graduate level students enrolled at an accredited college or university.
  • Student must receive academic credit to be eligible and will be required to submit documentation from the college or university.
  • No financial compensation is available.  Housing and transportation are the responsibility of the student.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Pre-Tournament
    • Represent the Tournament at community events to help maximize awareness of the Connecticut Open
    • Assist with fulfillment of benefits outlined in Partnership agreements
    • Help with planning tournament week activities and events
    • Assist with various tournament mailings, distribution of tournament collateral materials, and outreach to partners
    • Learn and assist with lead prospecting for ticket sales
    • Connecticut Open Family Classic Tennis Tournament
      • Responsible for managing and maintaining database of participating clubs and event results
      • Assist with administrative duties including distributing materials to clubs and fielding inquiries from clubs or families
      • Assist in the planning and coordination of the Regional Tournament weekend
      • Must be present during Regional Tournament weekend July 25-26, 2015
    • Assist other departments with support as needed
  • Tournament Week
    • Support Manager with execution of events and on-site benefits outlined in Partnership agreements
    • Assist with set-up and execution of tournament events and activities including Kid’s Day, Latino Day, Family Classic finals, etc.
    • Take photos during all tournament events and activities around the grounds (autograph sessions, clinics, play chats, etc.)
    • Other requests as needed

TO APPLY

For full consideration, applicants must submit: 1) a letter of application, 2) a current resume, and 3) names, titles and contact information for at least two academic and/or professional references.  Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 

The Connecticut Open presented by United Technologies strongly supports equal employment opportunity for all applicants regardless of sex, race, color, religion, age, disability, status as a special disabled veteran, veteran of the Vietnam era or other covered veteran, or national or ethnic origin; nor does the Connecticut Open discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law.

The Connecticut Open policy is committed to affirmative action under law in employment of women, minority group members, individuals with disabilities, special disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam era, and other covered veterans.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. ARE YOU AVAILABLE TO WORK 6/8/15 - 8/30/15?


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FINANCE & HUMAN RESOURCES INTERN - CONNECTICUT OPEN PRESENTED BY UNITED TECHNOLOGIES (NEW HAVEN, CT)

About Connecticut Open presented by United Technologies

Connecticut Open presented by United Technologies is owned by the State of Connecticut and is a not-for-profit 501c3 charitable organization. The event has always existed to give back to the community, and has always been much more than just a tennis tournament; it is a leading example of leveraging a large-scale international sporting event to generate millions of dollars in regional economic impact and build community pride, spirit and engagement, especially among youth. The women’s-only WTA event will be held August 21-29, 2015 at the Connecticut Tennis Center at Yale, and features five different competitions including WTA qualifying, WTA singles, WTA doubles, Men's Legends, and the US Open National Playoffs Championship. The Connecticut Open is prominently featured domestically on ESPN2 and is also broadcast in 160 countries around the world.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

AVALIABILITY

  • Dates: Monday, June 8  – Sunday, August 30, 2015
  • Interns for the Connecticut Open will be required to work a minimum of 15 hours per week (3-5 days per week).  As the tournament nears, hours will increase, and evenings and weekends will be required during the tournament.
  • Candidates must be able to work the entire duration of the tournament.

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS

  • Student must be pro-active and hard-working, detail-oriented with strong interpersonal skills.  Ability to work in a fast-paced, evolving environment, and demonstrate a high level of professionalism.
  • Strong organizational skills and computer experience with MS Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint, and Word.
  • Tennis background is a plus, but not required.
  • Open to undergraduate and graduate level students enrolled at an accredited college or university.
  • Student must receive academic credit to be eligible and will be required to submit documentation from the college or university.
  • No financial compensation is available.  Housing and transportation are the responsibility of the student.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Assist the Finance & Human Resources Manager with the day-to-day operations of the Tennis Foundation of Connecticut and Connecticut Open including performing multiple duties related to the finance/human resource functions of the organization within established deadlines.

Summer Responsibilities

1)   Finance

  • Assist in the preparation and recording of accounts payable and cash disbursements.
  • Assist in the preparation and recording of accounts receivable and cash receipts
  • Update current vendor information as necessary
  • Assist with the maintenance of required records, reports, and files in an organized manner

2)   Human Resources

  • Assist with general Human Resource functions
  • Assist with biweekly payroll (ensure all employees have completed time sheets and submitted, etc.)
  • Assist Finance Manager with new hire paperwork (paperwork, phone extensions, tax forms, emails, etc.)

3)   Credentials

  • Assist the Credentials Coordinator with the input and processing of tournament credentials
  • Assist with the distribution of Tournament Parking Passes

Additional Tournament Responsibilities

1)   Cash Room Operations

  • Provide assistance with the management of on-site cash and daily reconciliation.
  • Perform other related duties as directed within the project guidelines established

2)   Manage Meal Allowance Program

  • Assist the Finance Manager with ordering preprinted quantities of scrip, player coupons, Boxholder Restaurant vouchers and others as needed
  • Assist with the distribution of scrip, vouchers, etc. per guidelines and reconcile daily

TO APPLY

For full consideration, applicants must submit: 1) a letter of application, 2) a current resume, and 3) names, titles and contact information for at least two academic and/or professional references.  Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 
The Connecticut Open strongly supports equal employment opportunity for all applicants regardless of sex, race, color, religion, age, disability, status as a special disabled veteran, veteran of the Vietnam era or other covered veteran, or national or ethnic origin; nor does the Connecticut Open discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law.

The Connecticut  Open policy is committed to affirmative action under law in employment of women, minority group members, individuals with disabilities, special disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam era, and other covered veterans.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. ARE YOU AVAILABLE TO WORK 6/8/15 - 8/30/15?


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TICKET BOX OFFICE INTERN - CONNECTICUT OPEN PRESENTED BY UNITED TECHNOLOGIES (NEW HAVEN, CT)

About Connecticut Open presented by United Technologies

Connecticut Open presented by United Technologies is owned by the State of Connecticut and is a not-for-profit 501c3 charitable organization. The event has always existed to give back to the community, and has always been much more than just a tennis tournament; it is a leading example of leveraging a large-scale international sporting event to generate millions of dollars in regional economic impact and build community pride, spirit and engagement, especially among youth. The women’s-only WTA event will be held August 21-29, 2015 at the Connecticut Tennis Center at Yale, and features five different competitions including WTA qualifying, WTA singles, WTA doubles, Men's Legends, and the US Open National Playoffs Championship. The Connecticut Open is prominently featured domestically on ESPN2 and is also broadcast in 160 countries around the world.

POSITION OVERVIEW

This full-time internship offers the unique opportunity to become involved in Box Office management for the Connecticut Open, a large-scale international professional women’s tennis tournament.  This position is designed to support the ticket department in day-to-day operations.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

AVALIABILITY

  • Dates: Monday, June 8 – Sunday, August 30, 2015
  • Interns for the Connecticut Open will be required to work a minimum of 30 hours per week.  As the tournament nears, hours will increase, and evenings and weekends will be required leading up to and during the tournament.
  • Candidates must be able to work the entire duration of the tournament.

Pre-Tournament Responsibilities

  • Assist with large direct mailings related to tickets, hospitality and sponsorship services.
  • Responsible for daily printing and mailing of package and individual session tickets.
  • Responsible for fulfilment and printing of all ticket requests for sponsors, VIP’s, barters, etc.
  • Manage all aspects of Box Plaques program including but not limited to organizing identification forms as they are returned, ordering new plaques, executing the hanging of the plaques in stadium, organizing and inventorying at end of tournament.
  • Assist other tournament departments with support as needed. Including, mailings, data collection, etc.
  • Additional responsibilities may include providing support as necessary to Volunteer Department with administrative duties

Tournament Responsibilities

  • Handle box plaque questions and reprints during tournament and submit new plaque requests as necessary.
  • Support Guest Services team by providing the highest level of customer service to tournament attendees with their questions and concerns. 
  • Assist guests in stadium with locating their seat location prior to the start of each session
  • Assist with ticket renewal campaign

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS

  • Student must be pro-active and hard-working, detail-oriented with strong interpersonal skills.  Ability to work in a fast-paced, evolving environment, and demonstrate a high level of professionalism.
  • Student must be willing and able to work hours that vary and may extend past a traditional work day hours
  • Strong organizational skills and computer experience with MS Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint, and Word.
  • Tennis background is a plus, but not required.
  • Position requires some heavy lifting.
  • Open to undergraduate and graduate level students enrolled at an accredited college or university.
  • Student must receive academic credit to be eligible and will be required to submit documentation from the college or university.

·         No financial compensation is available.  Housing and transportation are the responsibility of the student.

TO APPLY

For full consideration, applicants must submit: 1) a letter of application, 2) a current resume, and 3) names, titles and contact information for at least two academic and/or professional references.  Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 
The Connecticut Open strongly supports equal employment opportunity for all applicants regardless of sex, race, color, religion, age, disability, status as a special disabled veteran, veteran of the Vietnam era or other covered veteran, or national or ethnic origin; nor does the Connecticut Open discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law.

The Connecticut  Open policy is committed to affirmative action under law in employment of women, minority group members, individuals with disabilities, special disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam era, and other covered veterans.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. ARE YOU AVAILABLE TO WORK 6/8/15 - 8/30/15?


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Future Notification of Internships - Tennis Job Board (Various Locations, XX)

By creating a profile here via the "apply" link below, you are not considered an applicant for any particular internship with the USTA, ATP World Tour, or at many of the professional tennis tournaments participating on this job board.  Rather, you will be notified of internships as they become posted matching the notification buttons you check on this application form.

If you wish to update your information, go to "edit your information" at the top of this page and put in your email address and the password you used to create your profile.


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2015 Sales and Ticketing Internship - Washington Kastles (Washington, DC)

Job Description: Assist with ticket operations for the Washington Kastles. This includes assisting ticketing staff with distribution of tickets, making cold calls, customer service and learning and managing enhanced tracking and analytical tools.

Desired Experience: Candidate should have a background in sports or events; ideally suited to a business or economics major. Strong excel and data analysis skills required. Experience in sports ticketing software is a significant plus.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the day-to-day organization and maintenance of the Kastles ticketing department.
  • Make daily cold calls to prospective ticket buyers.
  • Learn and assist with the end-to-end sales process.
  • Ensure that group and season ticket holder expectations are being met at all Kastles home matches.
  • Learn basics of the Kastles’ ticketing software.
  • Assist Kastles ticketing staff with preparing will-call for each match.
  • Assist Kastles ticketing staff with packaging and mailing season, charity and group tickets.

Internship will begin in mid-May and end on August 7. All internship positions require a full-time commitment during business hours. Significant weekend and evening hours will also be required, including attendance at all Kastles home matches. Internships are unpaid, but can be done for college credit.

The Kastles are accepting and reviewing applications on a rolling basis. Applications will be reviewed and decided upon as they are received.

Please visit www.washingtonkastles.com for more information about these positions. To apply, please use the Washington Kastles’ application system available through washingtonkastles.com or teamworkonline.com. Please email jobs@washingtonkastles.com with any questions. No phone calls please. EOE. 


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Internships: Player Operations
2015 Team and Travel Internship - Washington Kastles (Washington, DC)

Job Description: This position is responsible for assisting with the execution of the travel, accommodations and everything related to the Washington Kastles players throughout the season. The successful candidate will be required to work extensive hours and be on-call at all times during the Kastles season. This position reports to the Team and Travel Coordinator.

Desired Experience: Several years of experience in logistics and travel coordination, preferably in sports. Candidate must work well independently, and be highly detail oriented. Candidate should be over 21 years of age with a valid drivers license and a clean driving record.

Responsibilities:

·  Be on call throughout the entire Kastles season to assist in ensuring travel is as seamless and efficient as possible for the Kastles players.

·  Ensure all player needs are met throughout the season, including working with Kastles catering and restaurant partners to provide player meals.

·  Assist with preparation of travel packets for team when travelling, including flight times, car transportation, hotel information, etc.

·  Transport or assist with transporting the Washington Kastles to and from local airports, based on match and travel schedule.

·  Transport or assist with transporting all visiting teams while they are in the Washington DC area.

·  Assist in acquiring team uniforms.

·  Assist in preparing welcome gifts/bag for home team.

·  Assist and support various other departments before the Kastles team first arrives in Washington DC, including fulfillment and distribution of season tickets, and working with the Kastles merchandise program.

·  Assist in other areas as dictated by the Team and Travel Coordinator and the Executive Management of the Washington Kastles.

Internship will begin on June 29 and end on August 7. All internship positions require a full-time commitment during business hours. Significant weekend and evening hours will also be required, including attendance at all Kastles home matches. Internships are paid $420/week or could be done for college credit.

All interns must provide their own computers for use when working with the Washington Kastles.

The Kastles are accepting and reviewing applications on a rolling basis. Applications will be reviewed and decided upon as they are received.

No phone calls please. EOE.


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Internships: Retail/Licensing
2015 Marketing and Merchandise Internship - Washington Kastles (Washington, DC)

Job Description: Help the Marketing staff of the Washington Kastles prior to and during the World TeamTennis season in July. Assist Marketing Director with preparation of marketing collateral for the upcoming Kastles season. Develop a plan for selling and promotion of team merchandise for sale on website and team store at stadium.

Desired Experience: Candidate should have a marketing background. Strong organizational skills are a must. Sports and/or tennis background a plus, but not required. Intern must be able to lift and carry up to 40 pounds.

Responsibilities:

§  Take the lead in creating merchandise plan for season.

§  Assist Marketing Director as a project manager; ensure all marketing projects are completed on schedule and within budget.

§  Work with design firm / internal graphic design resources to design merchandise.

§  Work with vendors to procure new merchandise including samples and approval.

§  Manage the merchandise inventory.

§  Work with local tennis clubs to manage new merchandise distribution channels.

§  Set up and run Kastles store at Kastles Stadium on match days.

§  Attending community events as a representative of the Kastles.

Internship will begin on May 26 and end on August 7. All internship positions require a full-time commitment during business hours. Significant weekend and evening hours will also be required, including attendance at all Kastles home matches. Internships are paid $420/week, or could be done for college credit.

All interns must provide their own computers for use when working with the Washington Kastles.

The Kastles are accepting and reviewing applications on a rolling basis. Applications will be reviewed and decided upon as they are received.

No phone calls please. EOE.


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Internships: Communications/Community Relations
2015 Community Relations Internship - Washington Kastles (Washington, DC)

Job Description: Help to oversee all charity events and the volunteer program of the Washington Kastles prior to and during the season. Organize recruiting events for volunteers, coordinate community activities and attend local events representing the Washington Kastles to the community. Reports to the Ticketing Director.

Desired Experience: Candidate should have background recruiting and managing staff, as well as experience in community relations. Strong organizational skills are a must. Sports and/or tennis background a plus, but not required.

Responsibilities:

§  Assist with coordinating Kids Clinics run by coaches and players.

§  Coordinate visiting charity groups at team matches for in-game events, including Kastles Kids Tunnel, on-court promotions, etc.

§  Coordinate with charitable partners to allocate the appropriate number of match tickets for each charity for every match.

§  Research and attend tennis/community related events.

§  Manage charity event database and fulfill and track charity requests.

§  Host recruiting events within the community to attract qualified volunteer candidates.

§  Act as a single point of contact for all communications with volunteers.

§  Recruit, hire and manage all volunteer positions.

§  Responsible for ordering and providing volunteer food, shirts, water etc.

§  Organize and execute distribution of all credentials for the Kastles, including those for players, staff and VIPs.

§  Attend local events and represent the Kastles in the community as part of the Kastles grassroots marketing efforts.

§  Other duties as assigned by the Ticketing Director and Executive Management of the Washington Kastles.

Internship will begin on May 26 and end on August 7. All internship positions require a full-time commitment during business hours. Significant weekend and evening hours will also be required, including attendance at all Kastles home matches. Internships are paid $420/week, or could be done for college credit.

All interns must provide their own computers for use when working with the Washington Kastles.

The Kastles are accepting and reviewing applications on a rolling basis. Applications will be reviewed and decided upon as they are received.

No phone calls please. EOE.


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Internships: Administration/General Management
2015 Charity Classic Internship - Washington Kastles (Washington, DC)

Job Description:

The 4th Annual Washington Kastles Charity Tennis Classic will take place in July 2015. Two teams composed of Republicans, Democrats, Administration, Congress, media, diplomats and Washington Kastles players come together in the innovative and entertaining tennis match to benefit Charity. With last year's success, we anticipate growth for the event in 2015 and are looking for someone to assist the Charity Classic Coordinator to help manage the overall event process from every angle.

Skills and Requirements:

  • Microsoft Office programs specifically Excel, Powerpoint and Word.
  • Experience in Marketing, Promotions, Sponsorship and/or Events.
  • Previous Congressional and/or White House internships a major plus.
  • Extremely organized, focused and task oriented.
  • Previous sports experience a plus, but not required.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist with communicating with participating Charities and Sponsors on all aspects of event integration.
  • Assist with creating/managing advertising, e-blasts, contract fulfillment, ticketing, logistics, etc.
  • Coordinating event logistics including food and beverage, player uniforms, run of show, Charity check presentations, event signage, PA script, staffing, trophies, pre-match hospitality, etc.
  • Assist in executing ticket sales initiatives, advertising, sponsor deliverables, etc.

Internship will begin on June 15 and end on August 7. All internship positions require a full-time commitment during business hours. Significant weekend and evening hours will also be required, including attendance at all Kastles home matches. Internships are unpaid, but can be done for college credit.

All interns must provide their own computers for use when working with the Washington Kastles.

The Kastles are accepting and reviewing applications on a rolling basis. Applications will be reviewed and decided upon as they are received.

No phone calls please. EOE.


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2015 Volunteer / Special Events Internship - Western & Southern Open (Mason, OH)

Position: Volunteer Assistant / Special Events Intern

Reports to: Director Volunteer & Intern Services

Internship Timeframe / Location: July 14 - August 23, 2015, Mason, OH 45040

Qualifications:

  • Seeking strong communicator – both written and oral
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Must have good computer skills – comfortable working with excel worksheets
  • Must be able to work with all types and ages of individuals
  • Must be able to multitask  and work independently

Position Overview:

This internship provides you with the opportunity to work for one of the largest and most prestigious professional tennis tournaments in the world.  This is a chance to learn the inner workings of this event and to view the tournament from numerous areas through the 33 different volunteer committees that you will work with.

This internship is one of a customer service specialist, and requires the ability to communicate with all types of personalities and ages of volunteers.  The successful candidate will need to show initiative and be able to assess situations, be creative in developing a solution and follow through to completion.  This candidate must always be positive in their approach to motivate and support the tournament’s volunteer team (1300+) to provide the patrons at our event with the best possible experience.

Internship Duties (May include but not limited to the following):

  • Learn the volunteer registration system (Trust Event Solutions) and help with the registration process and committee assignments for over 1300+ volunteers.
  • Provide prompt and clear communication with potential and past volunteers.
  • Coordinate and communicate with the 62 volunteer committee chairpersons.
  • All interns assist with the answering of the phone at the downtown tournament office and take ticket orders.
  • Help with the set-up of the Volunteer Office at the tournament site.
  • Staff the Volunteer Office during the event.
  • Assist in preparing materials for volunteer use during the tournament.
  • Help with the assembly of the volunteer uniform packets.
  • Gather information and prepare the Volunteer Benefit Level binder and monitor awards earned by volunteers.
  • Assist with the planning and execution of the Volunteer Party (credential and uniform distribution to over 800 volunteers).  Help to train those working this event (other tournament interns and volunteers).
  • Manage and post daily communications in the Volunteer Lounge during the tournament.
  • Set up and manage the daily volunteer raffles.
  • Assist with the planning and execution of several special events (i.e. Kid’s Day, High School Day, VIP, Pro Am events…) during the tournament.
  • Pull various volunteer reports through Archtics and Trust Event Solutions (volunteer systems).
  • Manage the scheduling process for the Usher & Ballperson Committees (2 of our largest volunteer groups).  You will be the primary point of contact for both of these committees.
  • Update facility checklists for all volunteer groups for 2016.
  • Take tournament apparel inventories towards the end of the tournament.
  •  Patience and a pleasant speaking voice to accept phone calls and in working with volunteers on site during the tournament.
  •  Assist with other projects as requested by your supervisor.
  • Willingness, with a smile, to do whatever it takes to run the very best sporting event possible.

Normal Hours:

Pre-tournament (July 14 - August 7) , hours are approximately 8am-6pm, with week prior to the tournament 8am-7pm (shifts may be scheduled).

During the tournament, the volunteer office is open from 8am - 9pm each day.

Dress:

The tournament will provide a tournament logo shirt and cap.  Interns must provide their own khaki shorts, skirt or slacks to compliment the uniform.  Parking in a private lot also included. 

This is an unpaid internship.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Do you have local housing available in or near Cincinnati?
2. If no, would you be able to secure housing for the duration of the internship?
3. Do you have your own transportation?
4. Does your fall 2015 school semester/quarter begin after August 23, 2015?
5. Will this internship be used to fulfill any school requirement?


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2015 Summer Ticketing Internship - Western & Southern Open (Mason, OH)

Description:

Rare internship opportunity to assist in running one of the world’s premier tennis events.  Each intern is given enormous responsibility which offers great preparation and experience for future endeavors.

 Location: 

Tournament site: 5460 Courseview Dr., Mason, OH 45040

 Dates:

 Interns will be asked to work the week of the tournament.  

Tournament dates – August 15 -23, 2015

 Qualifications and Responsibilities:           

  • Willingness, with a smile, to do whatever it takes to run the very best tournaments possible. 
  • Interns will be trained on Ticketmaster/Archtics software (utilized in many sports venues across the country) and will be responsible for all aspects of tournament patron relations, including accepting and processing patron ticket orders via phone, in person at the ticket sales windows during the event, working with patrons who are picking up tickets at our Will Call windows, assisting in directing patrons outside the ticket office to the proper area for prompt assistance, and the like. 
  • The ability to communicate via phone and in person in a professional manner  
  • Basic computer skills
  • Basic accounting skills, as interns are responsible for balancing ticket sales/income each day

 Normal Hours:

During the tournament, the ticket office is open from 8am-9pm each day; with a future sales window inside the gates being open from noon-evening match conclusion (approximately 11pm).   Daily 8-10 hour shifts are expected.

Dress:

The tournament will provide a tournament logo shirt and cap.  Interns must provide their own khaki shorts, skirt or slacks to compliment the uniform.  Parking in a private lot also included. 

These internships are unpaid.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Do you have local housing available in or near Cincinnati?
2. If you do not have housing available, would you be able to secure housing for the duration of the internship?
3. Do you have your own transportation?
4. Does your fall 2015 school semester/quarter begin after August 23, 2015?
5. Will this internship be used to fulfill any school requirement?


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Facilities and Operations Dispatch Internship - Western and Southern Open (Mason, OH)

Field Service Job Description
 

Position:
Facilities and Operations Dispatch Intern

Position Overview:
This position will respond to and coordinate all incoming Facilities/Operations requests and direct individuals to the appropriate resource or satisfy the request immediately.

Position Objectives:
To provide outstanding service and tournament facilities for our fans, players, officials, contractors, exhibitors, vendors, sponsors, volunteers and staff.

Position Timeline:
Internship will begin on July 20th and run through August 23rd. Start and end dates can be extended slightly to satisfy additional academic requirements. Interns must be able to work all days during internship unless approval is granted prior to acceptance of the offer.

Pre-Tournament Duties:
• Assist in preparing the facility through the following projects:
• Painting
• Pressure washing
• Fence repair/install
• Weed removal
• Windscreen and vinyl replacement
• Preparation and maintenance of interior space
• Inventory management
• Placement and distribution of light towers
• Maintaining high levels of cleanliness
• Learn names, titles, and responsibilities of all parties working on site and establish a working relationship with those individuals
• Manage log of equipment borrowed from Operations Office daily
• Learn and manage Keywatcher Software for key borrowing.
• Create users and train end users in operation of the Keywatcher Cabinet
• Monitor software for keys not returned and report to management
• Troubleshoot key issues and make recommendations

• Collect operational documents and create display materials for the operations dispatch desk.
     • Large Site Map
     • Suite Chart
     • Tent Chart
     • Forehand Volley
     • Aerial photos
     • Special Events Calendar
     • Parking Map
     • Telephone directory
     • Create forms necessary for daily operations
     • Radio sign out forms
     • Equipment / Tool Logs
     • Hardware purchase list
     • Assist volunteers and chairpersons in preparing their areas for the tournaments.


Tournament Duties:
• Serve as the first responder to the wide variety of requests that are made to the Facilities/Operations Office.
• Manage the Facilities/Operations Office and serve as liaison to this area.
• Think critically and make decisions with a high level of autonomy based on what you believe to be the best course of action.
• Maintain a detailed log of all communication, requests, rentals, repairs, etc and follow up with groups to ensure that all needs are met.
• Process systems for key sign in/out, equipment usage logs, intern dining, laundry procedures, etc.
• Work closely with contractors on site to provide clear communication and efficient response times to all areas of the tournament.
• Monitor and coordinate the needs of all on-court interns and assign tasks to available team members.
• Assemble a comprehensive picture inventory including all details of all parts of the tournament site.
• Assign tasks to available interns to provide the best service for our patrons.
• Assist with sign in/out of radios and troubleshooting as needed.
• Monitor calls on Security Channel
• Record all calls and assign a severity level to each
• Relay information on calls of severity level one or two to management
• Follow up with Security calls shortly after to ensure that the conflict is resolved.
• Finalize a report of all security calls.
• Highlight any outstanding issues to be resolved.
• Forward this report to management at the end of your shift.
• Assist other facilities interns in preparing their areas.
• Complete checklists for player security and public space interns.
• Provide the highest level customer service to everyone calling or coming into the Facility Operations Office
• Finalize a report of all calls to the Facility Operations Office
• Highlight any outstanding issues to be resolved.
• Forward this report to management at the end of your shift.
• Support coworkers in the cleaning of match courts each night.
• Participate in group projects as directed by the Director of Facilities.
• Photograph assigned areas for documentation purposes.
• Assist in the completion of quality control surveys.
• Complete a final report outlining the specifics of your duties and any support documents.
• Make recommendations to improve the position and the tournament from year to year.

This is an unpaid internship designed for course credit and/or to build experience for candidates as they assist in assembling one of the finest tennis events in the world. Reimbursement for travel or other funding is not available.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you able to arrange for local housing?
2. Do you have reliable transportation to/from the facility?


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Facilities and Operations Sponsor Hospitality Internship - Western and Southern Open (Mason, OH)

Field Service Job Description
 

Position:
Facilities and Operations Intern for Sponsor Hospitality and Special Events

Position Overview:
This position will work with the Sponsor Hospitality Committee Chairpeople to ensure that the needs are met for all sponsor groups hosting events during the tournament.

Position Objectives:
To provide outstanding service and tournament facilities for our fans, players, officials, contractors, exhibitors, vendors, sponsors, volunteers and staff.

Position Timeline:
Internship will begin on July 20th and run through August 23rd. Start and end dates can be extended to satisfy additional academic requirements. Interns must be able to work all days during internship unless approval is granted prior to acceptance of the offer.


Pre-Tournament Duties:
• Assist in preparing the facility through the following projects:
     • Painting
     • Pressure washing
     • Fence repair/install
     • Weed removal
     • Windscreen and vinyl replacement
     • Preparation and maintenance of interior space
     • Inventory management
     • Placement and distribution of light towers
     • Maintaining high levels of cleanliness
• Contact vendors for setup of banners, audio/visual needs, tables and chairs, etc.
• Assist volunteers and chairpersons in preparing their areas for the tournaments.
• Study hospitality documents in preparation for the tournament.
• Suite Chart
• Tent Chart
• Party CAD layouts for hospitality tents and special events
• AV Request forms
• Special Events Calendar
• Special Events Logistics Forms
• Participate in Audio Visual equipment training

Tournament Duties:
• Coordinate planning with Sponsor Hospitality Committee, Sponsor representatives, Grounds and Communication Intern, Facilities/Operations office, and other various groups working together.
• Cater to the needs and act as a facility host to sponsors hosting corporate events
• Work closely with tent supplier, Sponsor Hospitality Chair Persons, food caterer, electricians, air conditioning provider, audio/visual provider, etc. to ensure that all events operate seamlessly.
• Anticipate event needs and schedule accordingly.
• Set-up and test all AV equipment as needed for hospitalities and special events.
• Work with Logistics intern to stock hospitality tents with sponsor products and programs as needed.
• Report to Grounds and Communication full time Intern for daily instructions
• Monitor temperatures inside tents and make changes as needed.
• Participate in completing checklists for player security and public space interns
• Support coworkers in the cleaning of match courts each night.
• Participate in group projects as directed by Management.
• Assist volunteers and chairpersons in preparing their areas for the tournaments.
• Document the tent set-up for all special events and sponsor functions
• Take pictures of final set-ups
• Red-line Party CAD drawings to indicate changes and additions
• Photograph assigned areas for documentation purposes.
• Assist in the completion of quality control surveys.
• Complete a final report outlining the specifics of your duties and any support documents.
• Make recommendations to improve the position and the tournament from year to year.

This is an unpaid internship designed for course credit and/or to build experience for candidates as they assist in assembling one of the finest tennis events in the world. Reimbursement for travel or other funding is not available.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you able to arrange for local housing?
2. Do you have reliable transportation to/from the facility?


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Facilities and Operations Logistics Internship - Western and Southern Open (Mason, OH)

 Job Description

Position:
Facilities and Operations Intern for Tournament Logistics.

Position Overview:
This position is responsible for preparing the logistics of all items shipped to the site for the tournaments and providing support for vendors, exhibitors and food court restaurants.

Position Objectives:
To provide outstanding service and tournament facilities for our fans, players, contractors, exhibitors, vendors, sponsors, volunteers and staff.

Position Timeline:
Internship will begin on July 20th and run through August 23rd. Start and end dates can be extended slightly to satisfy additional academic requirements. Interns must be able to work all days during internship unless approval is granted prior to acceptance of the offer.

Pre-Tournament Duties:
• Assist in the shipping and receiving process.
• Inventory all storerooms and organize accordingly
• Prepare storerooms for deliveries. Sweep, clean, design and label layout of room• Move items to proper storage locations
• Ensure that storage rooms are always kept locked and secure
• Create working relationship with UPS and FEDEX.
• Exchange contact info with regular drivers
• Record all items received.
• Physically count all boxes in each shipment and cross check that with shipping documents
• Write physical number of boxes received next to signature when signing for deliveries
• Keep accurate records of what we received, who it was shipped to and where it was stored.
• Pre-plan the delivery of items we have received.
• Check with management weekly for updates of incoming shipments
• Assist in the controlling of all rental equipment.
• Receive equipment from the rental company.
• Establish a good relationship with rental vendor and communicate often as needs change and issues arise
• Take pictures from all sides.
• Record any damage and communicate that to rental vendor immediately.
• Test drives each vehicle and record any deficiencies.
• Inspect all fuel levels and record any discrepancies.
• Record equipment numbers to correlate with pictures and log each piece for reference.
• Create signs identifying which entity will be assigned to each vehicle
• Sign out equipment to assigned individuals or groups.
• Assist in preparing the facility through the following projects:
    • Painting
    • Pressure washing
    • Fence repair/install
    • Weed removal
    • Windscreen and vinyl replacement
    • Preparation and maintenance of interior space
    • Inventory management
    • Placement and distribution of light towers
    • Maintaining high levels of cleanliness
• Interface with Sponsorship Coordinator and Hotel/Operations Coordinator to receive information on vendors’ rental needs
• Contact Vendors and Exhibitors prior to arrival to confirm their facility needs and discover any last minute updates.
• Establish method of transferring information to the tent rental company.
• Physically check that the correct items were delivered to each tent and be there to greet vendors as they arrive.
• Establish schedule of when each vendor will be visited, product restocked, pars maintained, etc.
• Implement above plans using time management skills and maximizing resources.
• Assist other facilities interns in preparing their areas.
• Participate in group projects as directed by Management.
• Participate in on-site and off-site volunteer projects as directed by the Director of Facilities, (Volunteer Party, Ballperson Try-outs, etc.).
• Support assigned contractors in completion of their tournament preparations.
• Assist volunteers and chairpersons in preparing their areas for the tournaments.
• Attend all rental equipment operation workshops.
• Establish open lines of communications with committees and vendors for simple streamlined flow of information.

Tournament Duties:
• Implement plan to control received items.
• Insure the security of all storerooms.
• Plan deliveries in-advance based upon arrivals or hospitality schedule.
• Check daily with management to ensure proper information is received.
• Deliver items to proper recipient.
• Keep accurate records of who received it and have them sign for shipment in your delivery log.
• Check with vendors daily for amounts to be delivered each morning.
• Create delivery schedule based on pars
• Establish regular times to visit and restrock.
• Maintain log of name/time each vendor is visited to ensure that every group received personal contact at least once each day.
• Create pars for large vendors to simplify the process.
• Control vendors’ inventory throughout tournament.
• Provide the highest quality customer service as the liaison between tournament administration and those doing business on site.
• Interface with Director of Sales, Hotel/Operations Coordinator, and CEO to ensure that vendor needs are being met.
• Stock program locations on a nightly basis and maintain inventory throughout the day.
• Document all storage areas.
• Label each box clearly and place in groupings for easy recognition by any intern.
• Construct diagram of where larger groupings of items are stored for quick and easy identification by any office staff member.
• Photograph and record above placements and make suggestions for next year.
• Support musicians and entertainers as they enter, setup, teardown, and depart.
• Complete daily log of visits to each vendor, exhibitor, and supported group.
• Assist in the completion of quality control surveys.
• Photograph assigned areas for documentation purposes.
• Support assigned volunteer committees and vendors:
• Vendors
• Exhibitors
• Food Court
• Retail Tent
• Food & Beverage Distribution
• Speed Serve
• Programs
• TV Compound
• Scoring & IDS
• Concessions
• Plan and implement the return of rental equipment.
• Receive equipment from vendors.
• Take pictures from all sides.
• Record any damage and report to Director of Facilities.
• Fill-out return paperwork with the rental company.
• Provide shipping information for vendors to ship their own packages.
• Assist vendors in moving equipment back to their vehicles on Finals Sunday.
• Gather surplus items from Title Sponsor’s Tent / Suite and put in their storage space for later shipment.
• Gather surplus items from all other Tents / Suites, create inventory listing and put in secure location.
• Prepare outbound shipment for title sponsor, USTA, ATP, WTA, and major sponsors.
• Secure all equipment and supplies

This is an unpaid internship designed for coursJob Description
This is an unpaid internship designed for course credit and/or to build experience for candidates as they assist in assembling one of the finest tennis events in the world. Reimbursement for travel or other funding is not available.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you able to arrange for local housing?
2. Do you have reliable transportation to/from the facility?


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Facilities and Operations Player Security Internship - Western and Southern Open (Mason, OH)

Field Service Job Description
 

Position:
Facilities and Operations Intern for Player Security

Position Overview:
This position will tend to the overall security needs of all tennis players on site. Responsibilities include escorting players to/from their assigned courts, crowd control, Player Center access control, and contributing to the wellbeing of players at the Lindner Family Tennis Center.

Position Objectives:
To provide outstanding service and tournament facilities for our fans, players, officials, contractors, exhibitors, vendors, sponsors, volunteers and staff.

Position Timeline:
Internship will begin on August 3rd and run through August 23rd. Start and end dates can be extended to satisfy additional academic requirements. Interns must be able to work all days during internship unless approval is granted prior to acceptance of the offer.

Working Hours:
Prior to the tournament the workday will generally begin at 9am and end at 5pm. This position is task driven and occasional projects may require extended hours to conclude. During the tournament a schedule will be developed based on availability to ensure that all posts are properly staffed from 7am until the last player has departed the facility.

Team:
This position will be part of a team consisting of 20-25 interns staffing all security positions. This group will report to the full time Intern overseeing Player Security.

Pre-Tournament Duties:
• Assist in preparing the facility through the following projects:
    • Painting
    • Pressure washing
    • Fence repair/install
    • Weed removal
    • Windscreen and vinyl replacement
     • Preparation and maintenance of interior space
     • Inventory management
     • Placement and distribution of light towers
     • Maintaining high levels of cleanliness
• Learn top player names and faces to recognize and properly greet upon arrival.
• Complete training on access policies, conflict resolution, customer service, safety, and critical thinking.
• Learn all transportation routes and develop contingency plans to escort players safely and efficiently.
• Participate in group projects as directed by the Director of Facilities.
• Assist volunteers and chairpersons in preparing their areas for the tournaments.
• Assist other facilities interns in preparing their areas.


Tournament Duties
• Check individual credentials and provide access control at various secure locations throughout the Paul Flory Player Center.
• Use proper scenarios, including their names, when asking players to show their credentials.
• Greet all individuals with a smile and direct eye contact when asking for their credential, suite pass or ticket.
• Serve as a tournament authority to transport players to/from courts in a safe, friendly, and efficient manner.
• Monitor daily practice/match schedule with Player Services desk.
• Assist in secure escorts to / from ESPN Game Day Desk, autograph sessions, special events and player appearances as directed by the Player Security Managers.
• Work with private security firm to coordinate daily logistics.
• Interface with Mason Police Department, Player Security Managers, ATP/WTA Director of Security, and Tournament Marshals as needed for planning or daily operations.
• Think critically to mitigate risk and provide the best service to players.
• Anticipate the needs of players and accommodate as needed.
• Complete security audit checklists of interior and exterior space.
• Assist in the completion of quality control surveys.
• Support coworkers in the cleaning of match courts each night.
• Photograph assigned areas for documentation purposes.
• Make recommendations to improve the position and the tournament from year to year.

This is an unpaid internship designed for course credit and/or to build experience for candidates as they assist in assembling one of the finest tennis events in the world. Reimbursement for travel or other funding is not available.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you able to arrange for local housing?
2. Do you have reliable transportation to/from the facility?


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Facilities and Operations Court Management Internship - Western and Southern Open (Mason, OH)

Field Service Job Description


Position:
Facilities and Operations Intern for On-Court Supervision

Position Overview:
This position will act as the on-court liaison between Chair Umpires and the Facilities Office. Responsible for handling all on court issues and ensuring that each individual court is stocked and prepared in accordance with tournament guidelines.

Position Objectives:
To provide outstanding service and tournament facilities for our fans, players, officials, contractors, exhibitors, vendors, sponsors, volunteers and staff.

Position Timeline:
Internship will begin on July 20th and run through August 23rd. Start and end dates can be extended slightly to satisfy additional academic requirements. Interns must be able to work all days during internship unless approval is granted prior to acceptance of the offer.

Working Hours:
Prior to the tournament the workday will generally begin at 9am and end at 5pm. This position is task driven and occasional projects may require extended hours to conclude. During the tournament a schedule will be developed based on availability to ensure that the courts are properly staffed from 7am until the end of play and court washing into the early morning.

Team:
This position will be part of a team consisting of 30-35 interns staffing all the courts. This group will report to one of three full time interns overseeing all courts and matchplay.

Pre-Tournament Duties:
 Assist in preparing the facility through the following projects:
• Painting
• Pressure washing
• Fence repair/install
• Weed removal
• Windscreen and vinyl replacement
• Preparation and maintenance of interior space
• Inventory management
• Placement and distribution of light towers
• Maintaining high levels of cleanliness
• Minor seating and stadium repair
• Preparation of interior spaces
• Assist other facilities interns in preparing their areas

Learn procedures and protocols in the following areas:
• Net assembly
• ATP/WTA guidelines
• Microphone operation
• Recognition of specific players
• Court layout
• Sponsor requirements
• Court drying
• Court washing
• Anticipating player needs
• Inventory management

Participate in group projects as directed by Management.

Assist volunteers and chairpersons in preparing their areas for the tournaments.

Tournament Duties
  Work knowledgeably on one or all of the following teams:
     • Court runner
     • Net change team
     • Court monitor
• Prepare courts for matches each day.
• Stock courts with supplies for players, umpires, camera crews and other personnel.
• Quickly solve any on court problems at the discretion of the chair umpire.
• Communicate with Operations Dispatcher to update scores, request product needs, and provide general match progression.
• Act as first responder to any issues that may arise on court.
• Tend to the needs of players on court
• Ensure that all on court sponsor material is appropriately placed
• Monitor on court security and notify marshals of any potential threats
• Communicate and work with chair umpire and lines people on each court
• Contribute to the changing of nets and on-court signage procedures
• Lead court drying procedure in the event of rain.
• Complete quality control checklists for Player Security and Public Space interns.
• Support coworkers in the cleaning of match courts each night.
• Photograph assigned areas for documentation purposes.
• Assist in the completion of quality control surveys.
• Make recommendations to improve the position and the tournament from year to year.

This is an unpaid internship designed for course credit and/or to build experience for candidates as they assist in assembling one of the finest tennis events in the world. Reimbursement for travel or other funding is not available.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you able to arrange for local housing?
2. Do you have reliable transportation to/from the facility?

Closing Date: 2015-06-12


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