The Assistant Athletic Director for Communications is responsible for dissemination of information pertaining to the promotion and performance of the athletic department. The Assistant AD for Athletic Communications will serve as the primary communications liaison for all 15 intercollegiate sports and spirit squads, including daily contact with coaches and student-athletes; while responsible for the compilation of statistics, records, development of story ideas and interviews.
- Develop the media plan for each sport on an annual basis to include story development, content production and event operations. Event operations include(s) staffing of all home athletic events (table staff,stats, public address and video production, etc.).
- Serves as the point person for the Pace Sports Network, overseeing staffing, setting up and producing live event broadcasts, highlight editing and video feature creation.
- Acts as the primary producer of the Pace Sports Network, utilizing equipment, graphic packages and production software to live stream events.
- Maintains updated content for PaceUAthletics.com and and various social media platforms.
- Assist in developing promotional content for sports publicity; including organizing annual headshot and team photography shoots for each sports team.
- Bachelor's degree, Master's preferred.
- At least two years experience in media relations/sport information with supervisor experience preferred.
- Experience with Microsoft Office.
- Experience preferred with media relations and game day operations for football, Sidearm Sports website content management, video production such Production Truck/Blue Frame, various stat inputting platforms including stat crew, Prestosports and NCAA Live stats.
Pace University is committed to achieving full equal opportunity in all aspects of University life. Pursuant to this commitment, the University does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived sex, gender or gender identity; race; color; national origin; religion; creed; age; disability; citizenship; marital or domestic partnership status; sexual orientation or affectional status; genetic predisposition or carrier status; military or veteran status; status as a victim of domestic violence, sex offenses or stalking; or any other characteristic protected by law federal, state or local law, rule or regulation.