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Sales & Marketing: Game Operations/Presentation
50/50 Raffle - Game Day Staff - Kansas City Chiefs (Kansas City, MO)

POSITION SUMMARY:  The Kansas City Chiefs are looking for high-energy, motivated sellers to join our 50/50 raffle sales team for the 2014 season.  

ESSENTIAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:
1. Approach fans pre-game and in-game to explain the details of the 50/50 raffle program
2. Accurately handle the sale and distribution of the tickets, following program requirements
3. Answer questions fans may have about the program
4. Turn in all cash and tickets several times throughout and at the end of gameday

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:
1. Must have a High School Diploma or equivalent education, 18 or over
2. Prior experience handling cash
3. Ability to interact positively with large fan base
4. Must be detail oriented and have strong organizational skills
5. Above average verbal communication skills
6. Strong sales skills
7. Candidates must be willing to work nights, weekends and holidays if necessary
8. Must be able to work in a variety of weather conditions 
9. Must be able to walk up and down numerous steps and long distances in parking lot and stadium complex

This position requires an outgoing personality and a passion for raising money for the Hunt Family Foundation Charities.  

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!

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

1. Do you have an outgoing personality and a passion for raising money?

2. Do you have prior experience handling cash?

3. Do you have the ability to walk up and down numerous stairs in the stadium?

4. Are you able to work in a variety of weather conditions?

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Internships: Any Internship
AV Production Intern - Fall 2014 - Kansas City Chiefs (Kansas City, MO)

This is an unpaid fall 2014 internship with 65 Toss Power Trap Productions, the in-house production arm of the Kansas City Chiefs, responsible for broadcast, episodic television programming, internet content, in-house company projects, spots, and the in-stadium show. The person selected will assist the department with a wide variety of audio and video projects. This intern must have audio/video production experience.

Our HD stadium and television shows, and new ventures in online video programming have taken on tremendous upgrades in philosophy and equipment, and we are eager to keep the ball rolling with young energetic, artistic talent thirsty for experience.  We give all interns real world, in-the-trenches experience, opportunities to enhance the department, and great referrals when we see them go.  Production intern will shoot video, log, archive, and edit football content and features, and assist in Arrowhead’s control room show.  This intern is a functional part of our team and must be coachable to learn proven award-winning philosophies in production.  Travel is sometimes necessary and always reimbursed.  Approximately 40 hours a week with flexible scheduling.

ESSENTIAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:

1. Produce/shoot/edit video elements to be used in-stadium, TV and/or Internet.
2. Assist in the maintenance of Arrowhead Production equipment.
3. Shoot, log, and archive football footage.
4. Projects include: Cheerleader events, local stories, football plays, web video edits and graphics, football practices and press conferences (with the NFL Network) and 10 home football games at Arrowhead Stadium.

COMPETENCIES:

1. Qualified candidates must possess superior organizational skills and be able to function in a fast-paced, multi-task setting.
2. Individuals must possess excellent oral and written communication skills.
3. Use of analytical skills to identify and improve performance and program execution will be necessary.     
4. Identify and resolve problems in a timely manner.
5. Plan, organize, and implement projects and tasks within an allotted timeframe.
6. Work with others in a professional manner while attempting to achieve a common goal.
7. Must have a working knowledge of the following Microsoft Office programs: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and have internet research skills.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

1. Light office duties and activities.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS):

1. Video Production Experience including Writing, Non-Linier Editing (Avid/Final Cut), Camera Operation, Lighting and Audio Set Up.
2. Knowledge of After Effects and Photoshop and/or other relevant Multimedia software preferred.
3. Knowledge QuickTime, MPEG and various audio files (mp3/.wav) preferred.
4. Demonstrate strong creative skills that can be applied to TV, In-Stadium and Internet production applications.
5. Must be a willing and able team player, ready to learn new concepts and processes, and willing to travel for shoots when necessary.
6. Must be able to shoot video. We can train. DSLR/Panasonic P2 cameras a plus.
7. Strong organizational and communication skills.

QUICK FACTS / REQUIREMENTS:

Any relocation fees are the responsibility of the intern.
All candidates must have authorization to work in the U.S.A.
All candidates must receive college credit for their internship.
This internship is an unpaid position.

HOURS REQUIRED: Minimum of 30 hours per week, ideally 8:30am-5pm Monday - Friday.

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!

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

1. Yes/No: We only offer internships to those who can receive college credit. If selected, will you be able to receive college credit for this internship?

2. Yes/No: I am available to work a minimum of 30 hours during the fall 2014 semester starting the middle of August 2014 and working through the 2014 season?

3. Yes/No: I am available for weekend and evening work if necessary?

4. Yes/No: I understand that this is an unpaid internship.

5. Are you a current college athlete? If so, what sport?

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Facility Operations/Security: Facility/Venue Management
Corporate Event Staff - Kansas City Chiefs (Kansas City, MO)

Position Profile: Corporate Event Staff

Department: Stadium Operations

Reports to: Club and Conversion Supervisor

Status: Part-Time

JOB SUMMARY: The Kansas City Chiefs are now hiring customer oriented employees to work Corporate Events on the Scout Investments Club Level of Arrowhead Stadium.  This position will work directly with the Stadium Operations Department to assist in the execution of corporate and private events including set-up and teardown.  In this position, it is necessary to be knowledgeable of all stadium policies and amenity locations to best serve our guests. 

ESSENTIAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:
1. Provide the primary level of guest assistance during all corporate events.
2. Lifting and moving of furniture, tables, and chairs.
3. Standard cleaning of restrooms, floors, and furniture.
4. Required to have a thorough knowledge of building policies, procedures, and event requirements.
5. Provide guests with venue information (i.e. restrooms, ATMs, drinking fountains) as needed.
6. Act upon all comments/complaints in a prompt and friendly manner.
7. Ensure a safe and fun environment for all guest, staff, and performers.

COMPETENCIES:
1. Problem Solving-Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner; gather and analyze information skillfully. Must be able to develop solutions quickly and effectively. Show flexibility in problem solving.
2. Oral Communications-Speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations; listens and gets clarification. Demonstrates group presentation skills and participates in meetings.
3. Judgment-Displays willingness to make decisions and exhibits sound and accurate judgment. Includes appropriate people in decision making process.
4. Motivation-Demonstrates excellent personal motivation and encourages others to be motivated and enthusiastic. Shows persistence and overcomes obstacles. Takes calculated risks to accomplish goals.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
1. Ability to work long and irregular hours that may vary due to functions and may include day, evening, weekends, and holidays.
2. Perform manual labor for extended periods. 
3. Ability to reach, bend, sit and/or stand, climb, balance, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
4. Must be able to walk long distances.
5. Must be able to lift/carry objects weighing 20+ lbs.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS):
1. High school education/GED equivalent preferred.
2. Candidate must be a team player and have the ability to work effectively and professionally. 
3. Follow all policies/procedures, risk management, safety precautions, rules, regulations and emergency procedures established at the facility and governed by state and federal law.
4. Superior customer service skills are required.  Must be friendly and personable. 

The Kansas City Chiefs Football Club is an equal opportunity employer, which appreciates and welcomes a diverse workforce. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

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

1. Yes/No: Are you available for weekend, evening, and holiday work if necessary?

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Internships: Any Internship
Fall 2014 Internships - Kansas City Chiefs (Kansas City, MO)

Our Internship Program is designed for highly motivated and committed students who wish to build upon their college education with practical work experience in the fast-paced, results driven world of the NFL.  This internship program offers students opportunities for personal, technical and professional development as well as the opportunity to learn behaviors critical to successful performance on the job. 

Our mission is to provide opportunities for one’s skills in areas of organization, planning, administrative, sales, and service through 1) hands-on experience 2) relevant projects and responsibilities, and 3) the knowledge that each intern’s work has benefited the company and has been useful to others.

No phone calls please!

Final candidates will be selected to participate in the interview process.  Finalists will be contacted with the date of said interview.  Applications will be kept on file until the start of the internship period in which you applied. 

QUICK FACTS / REQUIREMENTS:
• Interview expenses such as travel, etc. are the responsibility of the candidate.
• Any relocation fees are the responsibility of the intern.
• All candidates must have authorization to work in the U.S.A.
• All candidates must receive college credit for their internship.
• Internships are unpaid positions.

HOURS REQUIRED:
• 40 hours per week and events/game days.  Starting mid-August 2014 and working through the 2014 season.      

QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS:
• Qualified candidates must possess superior organizational skills and be able to function in a fast-paced, multi-task setting.
• Individuals must possess excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Must have a working knowledge of the following Microsoft Office programs: Word,    Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and have internet research skills.

AVAILABLE INTERNSHIPS:

Chiefs Play60 and Youth Football Outreach Intern:

This internship will be composed of planning, coordinating and supervising recreational activities in regards to the team’s Play60 outreach and Chiefs Youth Football initiatives. This intern will be expected to exercise proper initiative and judgment in the supervision of all youth football outreach initiatives, as well as all Play60 events.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Assists Community Relations Managers in development, recommendation and implementation of goals and policies.
• Acts as a liaison and representative for the Kansas City Chiefs with community groups, schools, law enforcement, military, etc.
• Helps to manage and coordinate Play60 school appearances.
• Plans, evaluates, and coordinates practices, games, and special events, including scheduling Youth Football Field facility.
• Enforces safety rules, schedules field and assures insurance, health and safety codes are complied with.
• Helps facilitate the Chiefs Coach of the Week and Coach of the Year programs as well as other youth football programing.
• Responds daily to donation and player appearance requests.
• Coordinates donation requests daily.
• Assists with mailings and other distributions.
• Perform other duties as assigned by the Community Relations Managers.

Community Relations Outreach and Alumni Intern: 

This internship will be composed of interacting with various current members of the Kansas City Chiefs organization in regards to community outreach efforts and appearances.  This intern will also assist in managing the Ambassadors, a Chiefs alumni-based outreach, as well as communication with NFL alumni.  In addition, the intern will aid in responding, planning and coordinating appearances for local charitable events and will be working closely with non-profit organizations on new projects to enhance our community as well as upholding our established community programs.  Outreach, marketing, communication, leadership and organization are all important elements within the internship.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Assist with current members of the organization in regards to community outreach appearances.
• Assist in the planning and execution of community outreach initiatives.
• Assist in all Ambassadors initiatives.
• Assists Community Relations Managers in development, recommendation and implementation of goals and policies.
• Implements various special events.
• Responds daily to donation and player appearance requests.
• Coordinates donation requests daily.
• Assists with mailings and other distributions.
• Perform other duties as assigned by the Community Relations Managers.

Corporate Partnerships Intern:

The Corporate Partnerships Intern will learn from the VP of Business Development and our corporate partnership professionals to research, support the prospecting process, help develop pitches, and learn the process behind partnership activation.  The intern will gain hands-on experience in professional sports marketing and business development.  In addition to other tasks, the intern will assist in the design, development and execution of intense marketing presentations for high-end decision-makers from prospective and current partners, interact with key executives and decision-makers from prestigious local, national and international companies and learn the process of the creation, measurement, and communication of the value provided by an association with the Kansas City Chiefs. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Lead generation – researching key corporate partnerships prospects, finding high level contact information and following up with sales managers on these leads.
• Monitor national, regional, and local sponsorship activity – stay current with new deals from other NFL, MLB, NBA and NHL teams and leagues as well as maintain an awareness of current climate in the national sponsorship space.
• Chiefs Gameday - Corporate partnerships fulfillment, VIP hospitality, sponsor entertainment and in game promotional assistance.
• Current corporate partnerships support – assistance in activation of current partnerships, including ticket fulfillment, gift deliveries, entertainment tracking, etc.
• Corporate Partnerships Coordinator support – when necessary, assisting the Coordinators in their needs to execute sponsor events, programs and hospitality.
• Meeting preparation – assisting with the details in advance of a new business presentation meeting or current sponsor meeting, including room preparation, company research, food and beverage support, etc.
• Ideas – We are always looking for new, fresh ideas, feel free to contribute.

Customer Relations Intern:

This internship will be composed of interacting with Chiefs season ticket holders, fans and all guests of Arrowhead Stadium.  Strong written and verbal communication skills, the ability to multitask, leadership skills and high levels of organization are all important elements within the internship.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Assist Customer Relations staff with written and verbal communications to Season Ticket Holders and fans.
• Complete various duties at Chiefs and Arrowhead related events (ie. Season Ticket Holder Events, Chiefs Games, College Games).
• Assist in preparation of staffing for all games and special events.
• Provide prompt, accurate, courteous service to guests during an event.
• Assist with the fulfillment and distribution of various promotional items.
• Perform other duties as assigned.
• Reports to Customer Relations Representatives.

Event Operations Intern:

The Event Operations Intern is responsible for providing a standard of excellent service to internal and external guests and staff by assisting with the administrative support and day-to-day operations of the Operations Department – Event Operations, Guest Services, and Game Day Employee Relations.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Assist in the planning and execution of corporate and private events including event set-up and teardown.
• Assist in the creation of event materials utilizing AutoCAD, Visio, or EBMS.
• Coordinate meetings with existing and potential clients.
• Attend meetings with clients as appropriate to prepare for events.
• Assist department managers with leads and communication.
• Research potential local and regional events and clients.
• Work with leadership on developing processes for event operations.
• Data entry and office administration.
• Work corporate events and stadium-wide events as needed as a guest service representative.
• Assist with preparation of seasonal staff hiring events as well as execution.
• Assist with preparation of training materials for Game Day Staff Trainings as well as execution.
• Assist in the collection, input and documentation of all required employee information for Game Day event staff.
• Assist Supervision with the management of employee uniforms/equipment and id-badges and maintain accurate records.
• Assist Supervision with coordination of the Employee Check-In area and uniform pick-up area.
• Assist with communications to Game Day Staff in preparation for Event Days.

Event Sales Intern:

The Event Sales Intern will be responsible for supporting Event Sales Managers by providing administrative, clerical, and client support.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Follow-up on sales leads and direct all sales leads to the appropriate sales manager.
• Respond to questions about event space, current orders, complaints, and all department inquiries.
• Process sales data and track progress reports.
• Respond to department emails, phone calls, and other forms of correspondence quickly and professionally.
• Promote stadium products and services by explaining promotional offers to interested clients.
• Maintain master client database.
• Organize events, conferences, and other meetings.
• Attend trade shows to promote Arrowhead event space.
• Track sales expenses.

Foundation and Development Intern:

The Foundation and Development Intern will learn about multiple aspects of charitable giving strategy and operations from the Director of Foundation and Development and will also support other community efforts including the Arrowhead Art Collection.  The intern will gain hands-on experience in charitable functions of the Chiefs organization and the Hunt Family Foundation and will work closely with other departments to integrate those functions with overall organization initiatives and goals.  In addition to other tasks, the intern will assist in the development and execution of the Arrowhead Art Program educational programs. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Event planning support – assist with planning and execution of seasonal fundraiser including communication plans, event operations, publicity and support to event sponsors and attendees.
• Meeting preparation – assisting with the details in advance of Arrowhead Art Collection meetings, including room preparation, research, food and beverage support, etc.
• Chiefs Gameday – Provide support to Chiefs Charity Game efforts including hospitality, pre-game operations, publicity efforts and post-event communications. 
• Charitable Research – assist with research efforts to determine best practices for charitable activities and determine opportunities for activation.
• Arrowhead Art Collection support – when necessary, assist with installation scheduling, artist communication, promotional efforts, website development and other operations as needed. 
• Ideas – We are always looking for new, fresh ideas, feel free to contribute.

Information Technology Intern:

The Information Technology Intern will assist in providing day-to-day computing support to the staff of the Kansas City Chiefs.  Duties include assisting with upgrades, configurations and migrations of office computers, providing helpdesk support for end users and troubleshooting computer networks. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Identify, research, resolve and respond to simple to moderately complex desktop, laptop and network issues.
• Troubleshoot and resolve basic IT support requests using established processes and procedures.
• Install, repair, maintain and configure desktop equipment and printers in a network environment.
• Provide status and follow-up to staff requests in a timely manner.
• Computer inventory management.
• Must possess full understanding of PC architecture, PC support, Server support, Microsoft Windows 2000 Workstation and Server, Microsoft Active Directory, Windows XP, Office XP, and Anti-Virus tools.
• Other duties as assigned.
• Pursuit of a Computer Science related degree is preferred.

Human Resources Intern:

The Human Resources Intern will directly assist the Human Resources Department with a wide range of projects related to HR compliance, recruiting, onboarding, and administration support.  This individual will also be responsible for assisting in the development and execution of various managerial projects and in the completion of all office duties as delegated by the Human Resources staff.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Assist in the hiring and on-boarding process for Game Day Event Staff by preparing new hire paperwork, scheduling new employees for orientation, assisting with orientation, data entry, and file management.
• Conduct audits of personnel files and assist with department filing to ensure compliance with federal and state regulations. 
• Assist in all aspects of the internship program, including sourcing and screening of candidates, maintaining job descriptions, as well as scheduling and conducting phone interviews.
• Assist department with event preparation and planning for Alumni Weekend and the holiday party.
• Respond to all staff and employment inquiries in a timely manner.
• Maintain the highest levels of confidentiality of sensitive information.
• Perform organizational and special projects as assigned.

KC Wolf Mascot Intern:

The KC Wolf Mascot Intern will be an integral part of our Business Operations Department assisting with scheduling community appearances, marketing KC Wolf in the metro area, and communicating information with clients.  This intern should be a highly motivated, energetic, and talented individual.   The ideal candidate would have prior experience performing as a mascot, possess excellent non-verbal communication skills, and have a creative and humorous personality.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Market and promote KC Wolf Appearances.
• Contact schools, churches, nursing homes, and day cares to schedule KC Wolf speaking programs.
• Assist KC Wolf at Chiefs events and other community appearances.
• Help to create and develop new revenue sources for the mascot program.
• Help to create new and exciting KC Wolf mascot skits for game days.

Marketing & Special Events Intern:

The Marketing Department is responsible for all brand building efforts for the Chiefs organization.  This entails developing key fan insights and translating insights into breakthrough fan engagement efforts.  These efforts may be through traditional media, new media, events, etc.  The Marketing and Special Events Intern will gain valuable training from the marketing and special events department as well as cross-departmental interactions on how to most effectively build a brand.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Chiefs Kids Club – Work on our main youth initiative, the Chiefs Kids Club, including day-to-day operation of the program, grassroots marketing efforts, newsletter development and more.
• Marketing – Experience will be gained in media promotions, marketing plans, fact finding, media buying, copy writing, fan experience and other areas of media, marketing & promotions.
• Events – Experience will be gained in event operations, customer service, event acquisition, event research, etc. This experience will include Chiefs games and Special Events (Red Friday, gameday production, college football, etc).
• Research – Extensive work will include research projects, finding best practices and innovative marketing tactics, and regular presentation of research.
• Ideas – We are always looking for new, fresh ideas; feel free to contribute.

Production & Game Entertainment Intern:

The Production & Game Entertainment Intern will gain valuable hands-on experience while working directly with the Chiefs Manager of Production & Game Entertainment.  This internship provides the opportunity to interface throughout the front office (non-football) in areas including broadcast production, marketing, partnership implementation, customer relations, ticket sales and community relations.  Position will provide the unique opportunity to gain experience in both large scale entertainment planning and broadcast production.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• The main focus for the fall semester will be game entertainment production both on field and on screen (ArrowVision) during each home football game.
• Assist/plan/implement detailed and time sensitive game production plan. 
• Assist in communication with production guests including Hometown Hero, National Anthem, and Flyover participants.
• Act as liaison and representative for the Kansas City Chiefs with all incoming Honor Guard and National Anthem performer inquiries.
• Research different production and entertainment options when needed.
• Track department’s merchandise inventory.
• Organize all related ticket needs, requests, and distribution.
• Assist with day to day needs of Chiefs in-house production team, 65TPT as assigned by Manager of Production and Game Entertainment.
• Act as game day liaison and key implementation contact with game production guests as needed during pregame and halftime.
• Request, manage and assist in delivery of all post-game wrap up materials.

Stadium Facilities Intern:

The Stadium Facilities Intern will assist the maintenance and stadium operations departments with general prep and office work.  This individual will also be responsible for assisting with event preparations and green initiative programs.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Assist with facility preparation and maintenance.
• Assist with Stadium Operations personnel scheduling.
• Assist with maintaining current equipment inventory.
• Help manage events being held at Arrowhead Stadium on non-game days which will include event walk-thrus with clients.
• Enter upcoming events into EBMS.
• Research more efficient plans for recycling bag distribution.
• Assist with any office work to be completed for Stadium Operations.

Suites & Hospitality Intern:

The Kansas City Chiefs Suites & Hospitality Intern will assist in all premium services, suites and hospitality areas for the organization.  The support of this intern will play an instrumental role in the success of this department.  Duties will include assisting the department with suite sales, planning and facilitation of VIP client events, drafting suite holder communications and assisting with other premium related activities as needed.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Assist the Service Coordinators with any and all tasks pertaining to current clients.
• Assist the Sales Managers with any and all tasks pertaining to prospects and potential clients.
• Event Planning, Preparation, Execution, Wrap-Up with regards to all special events.
• Analyzing Data/Reports.
• Researching leads and companies in the area.
• Manage our Suite Show-Ready Process.
• Learn product offerings and be able to speak knowledgably to potential customers.
• Assist department on event days.
• Process and file invoices.
• Assist as requested in other departmental areas and special projects as assigned.

Ticket Operations Intern:

The Ticket Operations Intern will be responsible for assisting the box office in day-to-day operations as well as front office operations, games, and events support.  Responsibilities include servicing and communicating with all levels of ticket account holders, processing payments and requests, maintaining records and files and completing other reports and projects as assigned.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Assist with entry level ticket operations tasks.
• Assist in processing and fulfillment of group ticket orders and over the counter purchase of tickets.
• Provide Game Day/Event assistance to ticket holders.
• Assist with the scanning and electronic organization of all relevant ticket office season ticket holder documentation.
• Assist in updating season ticketholder database.

Ticket Sales & Tours Intern:

The Ticket Sales & Tours intern will gain valuable experience in a support role for all ticket sales initiatives including: Season Ticket Member retention, new Season Ticket Member sales, new group ticket sales and renewal.  The Ticket Sales & Tours Intern will also assist in the organizing and servicing of the Stadium Tour program, Tailgate Events at Chiefs home games as well as assist with other ticketing related activities throughout the year as needed. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Database/report management, entry and analysis.
• Assist in the preparation and execution of Tailgate Events at Chiefs home games.
• Researching, prospecting and compiling lead categories for potential business.
• Assist in preparation for staffing game day and live event needs.
• Support Ticket Sales Department with all ticketing initiatives as needed.

 

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

1. Yes/No: We only offer internships to those who can receive college credit. If selected will you be able to receive college credit for this internship.

2. Yes/No: I am available to work full-time during the fall 2014 semester starting mid-August and working through the 2014 season?

3. Yes/No: I understand that this is an unpaid internship.

4. Are you a college athlete? If so, what sport?

5. Please list your FIRST choice by name of internship.

6. Please list your SECOND choice by name of internship.

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Internet/New Media: Graphic Design/Creative Services
Graphic Design Assistant - Kansas City Chiefs (Kansas City, MO)

Department: Marketing Department

Reports to: Graphic Designer

Duration: May 2014 - May 2015

Status: Part-Time

JOB SUMMARY: The Kansas City Chiefs are seeking a creative and qualified Graphic Design Assistant to work alongside our Graphic Designer on all creative projects and services.  Applicant must have a degree in Graphic Design or a design related field, any additional years of experience are recommended.  Must understand branding and be able to work with a strict style guide.  Applicant must be able to work as a team in a fast-paced environment.  Must possess strong organization skills, attention to detail, spacing, hierarchy, and should be able to work under pressure on a multitude of tasks.  All candidates must have a substantial knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite Programs, Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator.  Some After Effects knowledge is a plus.  Candidate must be proactive and have a passion for graphics and sports.       

ESSENTIAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:
1. Designing promotional material (posters, print ads, postcards, brochures).
2. Produce web graphics, email marketing, ads, backgrounds.
3. Brand Management; understanding how to work within a style guide.
4. Event support (invitations, signage, credentials, t-shirts).
5. Illustration skills.
6. Assist Graphic Designer as needed.

COMPETENCIES:
1. Qualified candidates must possess superior organizational skills and be able to function in a fast-paced, multi-task setting.
2. Individuals must possess excellent oral and written communication skills.
3. Identify and resolve problems in a timely manner.
4. Plan, organize, and implement projects and tasks within an allotted timeframe.
5. Work with others in a professional manner while attempting to achieve a common goal.
6. Must have a working knowledge of the following Adobe Creative Suites and Microsoft Office programs: Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and have internet research skills.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
1. Light office duties and activities.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS):
1. Undergraduate Degree or equivalent work experience preferred.
2. A portfolio is required in order to be considered for this opportunity.  Please submit past and current work in either a PDF document or provide a link to your website.  Online portfolio is strongly suggested. 
3. Housing available in the Kansas City area.
4. Must know Adobe Creative Suite (CS5 or above), strong skills in Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, and Adobe Acrobat are required.  Ability to work on Macintosh and Windows computers. 
5. A good understanding of design methodologies, branding strategies, marketing, advertising, social media, typography, and copy writing.
6. Comfortable working on multiple projects with tight deadlines in a fast-pace team environment.
7. Great organizational skills, a keen attention to detail with the ability to work well under tight deadlines.

HOURS REQUIRED: 
This position is for someone who is willing to work part-time 4-5 days a week. 

If you wish to become a part of this exciting, fast paced organization AND you meet the requirements listed above, please apply now.

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!

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

1. Yes/No: I am available to work 4-5 days a week part-time from May 2014 through May 2015?

2. Yes/No: Do you have a degree in graphic design or a design related field?

3. Yes/No: Do you have strong skills in Adobe Suite programs (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator)?

4. Yes/No: Do you have organizational skills and an eye for detail?

5. Date available to start?

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