This role provides medical care and health education to ensure the safety of, reduce the risk of injury to, and guide the rehabilitation of Brown student-athletes under the guidance of the Associate Director of Athletics, Sports Medicine.
The Director of Development for the Brown University Sports Foundation (Annual Fund & Operations) is responsible for the planning, implementation, and management of a comprehensive annual fund program as well as overseeing the entirety of the operations, including programming, marketing and communications, on behalf of the BUSF to assure the program’s continuing role as an Ivy League leader in Athletics fundraising.
This position oversees the Brown University Sports Foundation team, leading all of the University’s athletic advancement activities (fundraising, communications, events, volunteer management) to engage and solicit Brown’s 17,000+ athletic alumni/ae, parents, and donors.
Assist the Head Coach of the Women's Soccer in all phases of the Women's Soccer Program. This includes recruiting coordination, primarily recruiting within the USSDA, coaching, and administrative duties.
This position is responsible for organizing, arranging, and supporting athletics team travel needs for the Division of Athletics and Recreation. This role will serve as the main point of contact for all travel needs, acting as the liaison between coaches/staff and all third-party travel vendors.
Under general supervision of the Associate Athletic Director for Compliance, the position is responsible for University compliance with NCAA, Ivy League, and Brown University regulations.
This role is a part time, 11 month role that will assist the head coach and assistant coaches of Women’s Soccer in all aspects of coaching, including instruction of student-athletes, recruiting of prospective student-athletes, and all NCAA and Ivy League Conference administrative requirements.
The Associate Equipment Room Manager will serve as the primary equipment contact and liaison for the Football program, encompassing all equipment ordering, inventory, equipment repair and organization.
The Assistant Director of Leadership and Character in Athletics will lead programming related to Leadership and Character in Athletics, with a special focus on designing and delivering programming for a student-athlete leadership academy and additional ongoing student-athlete programs as well as providing individualized support to coaches, student-athletes, teams, and Athletics staff.
This fixed term position (September - July) position will work with coaches and support staff to develop and execute a digital media strategy to promote Brown Wrestling to fans, alumni, prospects, and the general public.
The Manager, Athletics Communications is responsible for leading the office of Athletics Communications in day-to-day operations, and all public relations, communications, and media efforts for Brown’s 34 varsity programs.
The Director reports to the Senior Vice President of University Life and serves as a member of the Division of Student Affairs senior management team. The Director of Athletics, Intramurals, and Recreation sets the direction for the department within the context of NYU’s mission and values.