2022-23 Open Positions

Applications will close at NOON on Thursday, September 1st, 2022

Sponsorship Account Executive

The Sponsorship Account Executives are responsible for obtaining sponsors for the organization’s academic school year and for the Temple Sport Business Conference. They will be reaching out to companies in an effort to create a relationship with them, where the company provides financial support for SAGA in return for a specific package of assets. The Account Executive will do this via multiple forms of communication, and maintain an in-depth database. They will be responsible for ensuring that the sponsors receive all assets that are agreed upon in the contractual sponsorship agreement. They will work directly under the Director of Sponsorship.

 

Professional Outreach Coordinator

The Professional Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for obtaining guest speakers and participants for different SAGA events, such as General Admission meetings, SAGA After Hours, Virtual “Call-In” events, and the Temple Sport Business Conference. They will be responsible for communication with the industry professionals, as well as maintaining a thorough database of contacts. This role is responsible for creating engaging events for SAGA members. During the Temple Sport Business Conference planning phase, they will work with the Alumni Outreach Coordinator and Director of Professional Outreach to confirm panelists, keynote speakers, and networking event participants for the Conference. They will work directly with the Director of Professional Outreach.

 

Alumni Outreach Coordinator

The Alumni Outreach Coordinator is responsible for communicating with SAGA Executive Board alumni, as well as guest speakers who have been previously associated with SAGA. They will send out the weekly Alumni Update emails and invite alumni to different SAGA events throughout the school year, and work with the Professional Outreach Coordinator to effectively book speakers for events. During the Temple Sport Business Conference planning phase, they will work with the Professional Outreach Coordinator and Director of Professional Outreach to confirm panelists, keynote speakers, and networking event participants for the Conference. They will work directly with the Director of Professional Outreach.

 

Social Media Coordinator

The Social Media Coordinator will be responsible for generating creative content for the SAGA and TSBC social media pages on Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. They will provide members with updates via posts and videos in a creative way to engage members. They will work directly under the Director of Brand Management.

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Communications Coordinator

The Communications Coordinator will be in charge of multiple things in an effort to enhance the communications between the executive board and the members of SAGA. Some of the responsibilities will include writing weekly emails, assisting the Social Media Coordinator with different campaigns, and the up-keep of the SAGA website. There is room for the Communications Coordinator to start their own initiatives and projects as well, and the executive board is always looking for new and creative ways to be in touch with our members.

 

STARS Coordinator

The STARS Coordinator is responsible for being the "bridge" between SAGA and Temple Student Government. It is the STARS Coordinator duty to attend all the required Temple Student Government events and comply with STARS to ensure that SAGA has the best STARS rating possible. This will position SAGA as a respected organization and will build trust with Temple Student Government, which allows Temple Student Government to provide funding for different SAGA related events. It is also the STARS Coordinator duty to reach out to Temple Student Government about requesting any funds for future events. The STARS Coordinator is responsible for registering SAGA E-Board and non E-Board members to Owl Connect, as well as sending job descriptions and the E-Board roster to Temple Student Government.  

 

General Associate

A General Associate will be providing their point of view on different SAGA events and internal dealings. While their responsibilities will be “fluid” in their first semester, they will have an opportunity to showcase their skills and then potentially be placed in a department full-time, after their first semester. They will obtain hands-on experience with each different department, and the current members of the Executive Board will hold discussions on which department the General Associate will be placed.