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Internships: Any Internship
Broadcast Production Intern - Seattle Storm (Seattle, WA)

Broadcast Production Intern

What you will do:

  • Assist with all aspects of producing 18 live basketball games.

  • Assist with implementing strategic initiatives via telecasts.

  • Collaborate with multiple departments and achieve key objectives in each telecast.

  • Work directly with talent on schedule, game preparation, and timing.

  • Monitor commercial logs.

  • Prep producer for each telecast to include spot logs, commercial content, promotional reads and graphics.

  • Be an active participant in all aspects of the broadcast to include control room monitoring and decision making, talent communication, and clock/time coordination.

 

What you will learn:

  • How to produce live sports television.

  • How to prepare talent and crew for a successful show.

  • How collaboration and team work play a key role in successful television production.

  • How various parts of a professional sports organization work together and how television integrates into each department.

  • How television fits the larger part of our organizational strategy.

  • How to operate in a fast paced environment, often making split second decisions.

  • What to do when things “go wrong” on television.

  • What happens behind the scenes on game night.

  • How communications channels including email, news releases, website, and television work together.

What we ask of you:

  • Strong communications skills, especially written.

  • Solid organizational skills, able to track projects, manage time and follow-through.

  • Energetic self-starter, inquisitive problem solver, good at figuring things out.

  • Available from early May through Mid-September 25 hours per week.

  • Flexible and available to work nights and weekends, attending and assisting at all Seattle Storm home games.

  • Reliable and committed to making the most of your Storm internship.

  • Must love sports, especially women’s basketball!

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Communications: Writer/Editorial
Digital Communications Assistant & In-House Writer - Seattle Storm (Seattle, WA)

POSITION OVERVIEW

The Seattle Storm is seeking a professional, detail-oriented individual with strong writing and editing skills to drive content development for multiple marketing and communications channels. The goal of this writer is to build audience through affinity, excitement and community amongst Storm fans.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITES

  • Create and implement an editorial calendar beginning in the preseason and lasting through playoffs.
  • Responsible for all written content on StormBasketball.com
  • Produce notes and quotes documents at all home games
  • Proofread and edit all marketing, communications and sales materials developed within the organization
  • Write content in a consistent voice that adheres to brand positioning and core values of the Storm
  • Write all roster card messaging to convey key messages in the organization
  • Proactively offer ideas for new content
  • Draft newsletters and communications to fans
  • Act as a fact-checker for website and newsletter content
  • Assist in media guide and playoff media guide production
  • Assist with game notes
  • Assist with other duties as necessary
    • REQUIRED SKILLS, EXPERIENCE AND ABILITIES
  • This job requires a strong background and experience with professional writing. Samples of published work are required.
  • 1+ years of relevant experience in journalism, writing, editorial or marketing
  • Bachelor’s degree in related field
  • Previous published writing proficiency, preferably web features
  • Self-starter with creative ideas
  • Fast, concise accurate writer with great sense of how to speak to fans
  • Sense of humor and ability to capture the fun of Storm games, players and fans

This is a full-time seasonal job, May through September 2015.

 No phone calls, please.

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Internships: Marketing
Digital Media Intern - Seattle Storm (Seattle, WA)

Digital Media Intern

What you will do:

  • Assist with implementation of social media strategies

  • Assist with video editing and production to optimize native video reach on social platforms

  • Create and execute engaging content for Storm social media platforms – including copy, photos, video, etc.
  • Monitor fan feedback and conversation on channels such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and respond where appropriate

  • Carry out a strategy to grow followers/likes and engagement on social media channels

  • Assist in execution of social media events and promotion/contest fulfillment.
  • Assist in optimizing social media channels by researching latest trends and best practices

  • Attend weekly communications meetings and carry out communications strategy on social media channels

  • Monitor and in some cases implement new technology, channels and platforms

  • Use social media on game day and during games to engage fans

  • Analyzing social media engagement metrics and report these numbers on a weekly basis along with recommendations

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Must be available to work during the majority of the Storm games (home and away) during the 2015 season (Middle May – Middle of Sept).  Employee will work 20-25 hours a week, with most of schedule falling nights and weekends.
  • Demonstrate a grace-under-fire personality that does not require constant direction, but is nonetheless eager for more responsibility
  • Possess a positive, can-do attitude that looks for solutions to problems and is always willing to pitch in where needed.
  • Experience with various social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Vine, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Snapchat and Pinterest.
  • Excellent communication, writing and organizational skills
  • Detail oriented and the ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment
  • Strong customer service skills as well as presenting a professional presence
  • Video/photo editing and graphic design skills a plus
  • Passion for social media and women’s basketball

What you will learn:

  • How social media fits in as part of a larger communications strategy

  • How to use social media to support the goals of marketing, merchandise, sales, communications and other departments to ultimately drive revenue

  • What works to engage sports fans through social media

  • How the various parts of a professional sports organization work together and how social media and the communications team support them

  • What to do when things “go wrong” on social media and how to handle challenges including negative fan reaction

  • The role of “voice” in corporate communications

  • What happens behind the scenes on game night

  • How communications channels including email, news releases, website, mobile work together

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Internships: Marketing
Graphic Design Internship - Seattle Storm (Seattle, WA)

Graphic Design Intern

What you will do:

  • Design graphics for web, social and other marketing media.

  • Create Info-graphic templates for use over several mediums.

  • Participate in the operation of game night promotions, video board and web content.

  • Produce/Edit short video pieces for web use

  • Assist with departmental administrative functions as necessary.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Excellent knowledge of the Adobe CC including InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator

  • Proficiency in HTML, Flash, Final Cut, and wordpress is a plus.

  • Previous Sporting Industry experience is also a plus.

  • Ability to work independently.

  • Strong organizational skills and keen attention to detail.

  • Ability to work successfully in a fast-paced and demanding environment.

  • Passion for women’s basketball

What you will learn:

  • How graphic design fits in as part of a larger communications strategy

  • How to use graphics to support the goals of marketing, merchandise, sales, communications and other departments to ultimately drive revenue

  • What works to engage sports fans through different forms of media

  • How the various parts of a professional sports organization work together and how the marketing and communications team support them

  • What to do when things “go wrong” on social media and how to handle challenges including negative fan reaction

  • Brand Management

  • What happens behind the scenes on game night

  • How communications channels including email, news releases, website, mobile work together

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Sales, Service, & Marketing: Ticket Sales
Group Ticket Sales Senior Account Executive - Seattle Storm (Seattle, WA)

The Seattle Storm seek a passionate, committed, energetic salesperson to help drive revenue and assist with achieving overall sales and attendance goals of the Seattle Storm.  This person will be primarily responsible for generating new group ticket buyers. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develop and execute sales and prospecting strategies to maximize revenue generation from the sale of Storm ticket products, with a primary focus on selling group events and experiences. Additionally, candidate will also be responsible for selling new full season tickets and multiple-game packages.

  • Develop new group business through outside selling, community involvement, & corporate programming.

  • Work with group leaders to develop and implement game day events and experiences that result in large ticket purchases and repeat business.

  • Develop a pipeline of prospects to support long-term growth objectives.

  • Meeting or exceeding weekly productivity requirements for out-bound call volume and prospecting meetings.

  • Deliver excellent customer service.

  • Participate in game night sales and service opportunities including greeting and hosting customers and prospects and managing event implementation.

  • Attend team and community events for the purpose of making new connections and maximizing sales opportunities.

  • Participate in ongoing sales and service training and other professional development opportunities

  • Influence and motivate peers to meet personal and team objectives

     

    Qualifications and Requirements:

  • 4 year college degree or combination of equivalent education and experience

  • Minimum of 3 years prior group ticket selling and service experience required

  • Experience with Ticketmaster’s Archtics software preferred

  • Display strong communication and interpersonal skills, both written and verbal

  • Meet and/or exceed individual ticket sales revenue goals

  • Demonstrated ability to manage and grow a customer base

  • Outside sales experience preferred

  • Possess creative, strategic, and quantitative skills sets

  • Demonstrate a positive and team-oriented attitude

  • Able to work evenings and weekends at seasonal and community events

    This is a full-time, non-exempt position reporting to the Storm’s VP of Ticket Sales. Full Seattle Storm employee benefits package.

     No phone calls, please.

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Sales, Service, & Marketing: Ticket Sales Management
Manager - Group Ticket Sales - Seattle Storm (Seattle, WA)

Overall Objectives:
Drive revenue and assist with achieving overall sales and attendance goals of the Seattle Storm by managing group ticket sales efforts. Work closely with top management in developing programs and revenue generating strategies to increase group sales. Manage a team of account executives focused on group ticket sales.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Manage and execute group sales and prospecting strategies to maximize revenue generation from the sale of Storm ticket products, with a primary focus on selling group ticket products and experiences.
• Assist with and support efforts to increase season ticket renewal rates and new sales.
• Manage and monetize game-specific events with an emphasis on building relationships with clients that result in large group ticket purchases and repeat business.
• Collaborate with Marketing, Communications, Season Ticket Sales, and Sponsorship Departments to develop theme nights and specific events to maximize group sales.
• Manage sales campaign implementation to achieve or exceed desired goals including call volume, outside appointments, etc.
• Reinforce and practice excellent customer service which increases customer retention and investment.
• Participate in in-arena sales and service opportunities including hosting customers and prospects,
• Attend team and community events for the purpose of making new connections and maximizing sales opportunities.
• Participate in ongoing sales and service training and other professional development opportunities.
• Influence and motivate peers to meet personal and team objectives.

Qualifications and Requirements:
• 2-3 years of management and event planning experience; ticket sales experience preferred.
• 4-5 years of sales and service experience; ticket sales experience preferred.
• Strong computer skills; experience with Ticketmaster’s Archtics software preferred.
• Display strong communication and interpersonal skills, both written and verbal.
• Meet and/or exceed organizational tickets sales revenue goals.
• Demonstrate ability to manage and grow a client base.
• Possess creative, strategic, and quantitative skills sets.
• Demonstrate a positive and team-oriented attitude.
• Able to work evenings and weekends.

This is a full-time, exempt position reporting to the VP of Ticket Sales. Full Seattle Storm employee benefit package.

*The Seattle Storm is an Equal Opportunity Employer*

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Sales, Service, & Marketing: Game Operations/Presentation
Marketing & Promotions Associate - Seattle Storm (Seattle, WA)

2015 MARKETING & PROMOTIONS ASSOCIATE

Background

The Women’s Basketball Club of Seattle (Seattle Storm) is a professional basketball franchise that is looking for motivated, energetic, and dedicated individuals to gain hands-on experience in professional sports as part of the Storm Marketing & Promotions Team. Work closely with members of the Storm’s Marketing and Events & Entertainment Departments to execute projects from start to finish, including: community outreach promotions, game nights, Storm special events and administrative support. Many of these events are on evenings and weekends.

Responsibilities

The responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Plan, implement and manage game night functions (in-arena, on-court, concourse & plaza activities)

  • Assist in event planning for marketing, ticket sales, community relations and public relations initiatives (e.g, basketball clinics, Season Ticket Holder parties, press conferences, Media Day, marketing events)

  • Seek out database building opportunities and lead generation

  • Manage Marketing & Event inventory (premium items, printed materials, signage, props)

  • Contribute to the development of branding/positioning for all advertising and promotional campaigns including ticket sales, sponsorship activation, TV and radio broadcasts, grassroots events, and KeyArena game activities

    Skills and Experience:

  • Ability to handle numerous tasks simultaneously, manage a project from design to completion, and deliver an outstanding work product

  • Detail-oriented, especially under deadline pressures, with excellent verbal and written skills

  • Highly organized and efficient with time

  • Creative focus when problem solving

  • Positive attitude toward colleagues and outside vendors

  • Strong teamwork and relationship-building talents

  • Knowledge of Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher

  • Ability to work nights/weekends/flexible schedule

     This is a part-time position. Qualified candidates should apply on nbateamjobs.teamworkonline.com, submitting a resume and cover letter.

    Please reference that you are applying for the Marketing & Promotions Associate.

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Sales, Service, & Marketing: Ticket Sales
Ticket Sales Associate - Seattle Storm (Seattle, WA)

Overall Objectives:
The Associate, Ticket Sales is responsible for generating new business and assists with achieving overall sales and attendance goals of the Seattle Storm by selling all Storm ticket products including, but not limited to, season ticket memberships, mini plans, and groups. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develop and execute sales and prospecting strategies to maximize revenue generation from the sale of all Storm ticket products, with a primary focus on selling new full season ticket memberships and mini plans.
  • Contribute to group sales revenue goals by selling large group events and experiences.
  • Participate in phone call campaigns that require phone and cold calling skills.
  • Meet weekly productivity requirements for out-bound call volume, outside appointments and networking.
  • Build and maintain relationships which result in trial, purchase and repeat business.
  • Deliver excellent customer service.
  • Participate in game night sales and service opportunities including hosting customers and prospects, making in-seat visits and staffing the Fan Information Booth.
  • Attend team and community events for the purpose of making new connections and maximizing sales opportunities.
  • Participate in ongoing sales and service training and other professional development opportunities.
  • Influence and motivate peers to meet personal and team objectives.

 

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • 4 year college degree or combination of equivalent education and experience.
  • Prior direct selling and service experience preferred.
  • Display strong communication and interpersonal skills, both written and verbal.
  • Strong computer skills; experience with Ticketmaster’s Archtics software preferred.
  • Ability to handle heavy outbound phone volume
  • Meet and exceed weekly and monthly ticket sales goals
  • Show initiative and be a self-starter
  • Possess creative, strategic, and quantitative skills sets
  • Demonstrate a positive and team-oriented attitude
  • Able to work evenings and weekends 

This is part-time, seasonal, position reporting to Senior Account Executive, Membership Development. 

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Technical Services: Graphic Design/Creative Services
Web Design Intern - Seattle Storm (Seattle, WA)

What you will do:
•Help create & implement a web project from start to finish – project to be determined based on intern interest, experience and organizational needs.
•Assist in keeping StormBasketball.com updated
•Assist in tracking the analytics to StormBaskteball.com
•Assist in managing game day photos – uploading and tagging
•Assist in setting up images to use for web and email

What you will learn:
•How to work with other departments in the organization to implement a web project
•How to execute a program from start to finish: planning, implementation, and follow-up
•How to manage multiple projects at once
•How to utilize web analytics in a real time environment

What we ask of you:
•Strong communications skills, oral and written
•Organized, able to track projects, manage time and follow-through
•Interested in web design and development
•Knowledge of HTML, CSS and JS
•Ideally available from early May through October 2014, 25 hours per week
•Should be flexible and available to work nights and weekends, attending and assisting at most Seattle Storm home games and other events
•Reliable and committed to making the most of your Storm internship
•Must love sports, especially women’s basketball!

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