Delaware State Golf Association
Employment Opportunity

POSITION: USGA P.J. Boatwright internship - Communications (3 months)

AVAILABLE: Summer 2021 (mid-May to mid-August)

REQUIREMENTS:

Working with a small, but active golf association, the Intern will experience all aspects of the operations of the DSGA.  He/She should be a degree seeking student or recent graduate in business administration, marketing, communications or a sport/golf industry related program. 

The intern will primarily be involved in managing the communications, partnerships and member service efforts of the DSGA throughout the summer championship program.

Intern is required to attend virtual orientation (funded by the USGA) in Liberty Corner, NJ.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Member Services & Communications

  • Assist with creation of content for revision emails and news updates
  • Organize inventory of player and tournament photos throughout 2021 tournament season
  • Assist in planning social media posts, tournament summaries and promoting DSGA’s partnerships
  • Liaison between DSGA and host clubs, local media, players, other industry partners

Tournament Administration

  • Player registration and communications, handicap verification and tournament flighting.
  • Preparation of all tournament materials (pairings, scorecards, POP, scoreboards, etc)
  • On-site tournament activities: Player check-in, marker, monitor pace-of-play, photography, shadow rules officials, and other duties based on ability and experience

Office Administration

  • Provide administrative support including email and phone correspondence, compiling reports, and other general administrative functions including faxing, photocopying and mail / e-mail distribution.

Applicant Requirements

  • Candidate must be proficient in the use of MS Office applications, primarily MS Word and Excel.
  • Experience with WordPress, social media and photography is preferred.
  • Interest/Experience in the game of golf
  • Candidate must have strong written and verbal communication skills, a solid work ethic, good social skills, be goal-orientated and have the ability to produce consistent results in a fast-paced environment.

COMPENSATION:

  • $2,000/month, assuming 40 hour work weeks
  • Candidate is responsible for arranging housing and transportation in the area.
  • If internship will be used for college credit, please provide details in your cover letter.
  • Candidate will be provided with DSGA attire for tournament days and will be reimbursed for travel expenses related to DSGA business.

DEADLINE:  Open until filled

 

To learn more about the DSGA visit: dsga.org

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