VCU Athletics *Ticket Operations* Grad Asst. 2021-22

first_imgPosition NumberN/A Job Code/TitleGA – Graduate Assistant Preferred:• Knowledge of and prior work experience in intercollegiateathletics;• Strong customer service skills, highly organized, anddetail-oriented;• Exceptional verbal and written communication; and• Experience in cash handling. * Please list the VCU graduate program to which you haveapplied, including the date you submitted your application.(Open Ended Question)* Please list any other graduate internships for which you haveor will apply. **Reminder: the limit is three VCU Athleticsinternship applications.**(Open Ended Question) Required Qualifications Is any portion of this position grant-funded?No At VCU, we Make it Real through learning, research, creativity,service and discovery — the hallmarks of the VCU experience. Apremier, urban, public research university nationally recognized asone of the best employers for diversity, VCU is a great place towork. It’s a place of opportunity, where your success is supportedand your career can thrive. VCU offers employees a generous leavepackage, career paths for advancement, competitive pay, and anopportunity to do mission-driven work. Anticipated Hiring RangeScholarship amounts for grad asst positions vary Additional Information VCU Athletics is seeking graduate assistants to assist in the dailyoperations of the Ticket Operations area during the 2021-22academic year.SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE :• Assisting with counter and phone sales for Basketball, Soccer,Volleyball, Baseball, and Siegel Center special events using thePaciolan Ticketing System.;• Assisting in the men’s basketball game day operations byoverseeing the student entrance and will call;• Assisting with ticket reconciliation and deposits;• Supervising game day ticket operations for our Olympic Sports(women’s volleyball, women’s basketball, soccer, orbaseball);• Assisting with group sales for all ticketed sports with anemphasis on men’s basketball; and• Performing other related duties as assigned by the Associate ADfor External Operations and Assistant Director of Ticketing. Posting Details Hours/WeekMax. 29 hrs Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Does this position require a pre-placement medicalassessment?No Job CategoryAccounting/ Management/ Professional Does this position provide patient or clinical services to theVCU Health System?No Resource CriticalYes Open Until FilledNo All candidates must apply for this graduate assistant position viathe VCU eJobs system at A cover letter and resumemust be included as part of this application process.We ask that graduate students limit their applications to three (3)graduate assistant positions of interest.Applicants must be admitted to a VCU graduate program to beeligible for this position.For information about applying to VCU’s Center for SportLeadership, see .An applicant who is admitted to VCU’s Center for Sport Leadership (CSL ) may receive funding from both CSL and the VCU AthleticsDepartment if they are the selected finalist. Normal work daysvaries There are two (2) open positions within Ticket Operations.This graduate assistant position for 2021-22 will be open untilfilled, and review of applications will begin immediately.For questions regarding this graduate assistant position, pleasecontact Craig Moulden at [email protected] .For questions regarding VCU Center for Sport Leadershipapplications, please contact Dr. Carrie LeCrom [email protected] Remove from posting on or before06/01/2021 Organizational Overview Job Open Date12/01/2020 Preferred Qualifications Normal work hoursvaries Optional & Required DocumentsRequired DocumentsCover Letter/Letter of ApplicationResumeOptional DocumentsOther Document Description of the Job CampusMonroe Park Campus Special Instructions to Applicants Sensitive PositionNo QUALIFICATIONS :Required:• Admittance into a VCU graduate program; and• Demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diversefaculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as agraduate assistant at VCU . Quick Link Position TypeStudent Working TitleVCU Athletics *Ticket Operations* Grad Asst. 2021-22 DepartmentAthletics Office Recruitment PoolAll Applicantslast_img read more


first_imgSouthern Georgia farmers growing ‘Owari’ satsumas are on track to harvest a bountiful crop of the citrus fruit at this time next year, according to Jacob Price, University of Georgia Cooperative Extension coordinator and Agriculture and Natural Resources agent for Lowndes County.For the first three years of satsuma growth, producers remove the fruit from young trees to allow them to grow strong enough to support a load of fruit in the fourth year, which will be 2018 for many Georgia producers.“If all goes well, next year should be our most productive year to date,” Price said.There are currently 43,000 commercial citrus trees planted in Georgia, and the majority are satsumas. Fruit from the satsuma trees will be harvested in several Georgia counties this year: Lowndes, Irwin, Bulloch, Pierce, Clinch, Decatur, Thomas and Wayne counties. Satsuma trees were planted in southern Georgia beginning in 2013.“Before Georgia, limited quantities of satsumas were primarily grown in Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, California and Florida,” Price said. “No one (in Georgia) was growing them, and I thought, ‘Why not?’ Our colder winter temperatures help the fruit develop a sweeter taste compared to traditional tropic, citrus-growing regions such as southern Florida.”Price was instrumental in helping large and small farmers alike plant the first satsuma trees in Georgia. He started the process by meeting with industry leaders and potential satsuma farmers beginning in August 2013 to discuss the fruit’s potential value to southern Georgia. This year’s mid-March freeze negatively affected some of southern Georgia’s satsuma acreage.Beyond trees for commercial production of satsumas, there are now trees growing in Lowndes County that are dedicated to two ongoing UGA research trials. One trial will help researchers evaluate whether or not newly developed rootstock produces a better quality, cold-tolerant satsuma. The second trial is an early satsuma variety trial in which early-ripening varieties are being compared in an effort to find the best performing variety for southern Georgia. “A couple of the new rootstocks show potential,” Price said. “It’s still too early to tell, but they show promise.”Price estimates that a farmer could produce a bountiful harvest from 144 trees on just 1 acre. In 10 years, those trees could produce 30,000 pounds of fruit.For more information on growing citrus in Georgia, visit UGA Extension Bulletin 804, “Citrus Fruit for Southern and Coastal Georgia.”(Julie Jernigan is an intern at UGA-Tifton.)last_img read more