Passionate about running? Interested in working at a dynamic young company with excellent growth potential? NYCRUNS has several positions available. If something below interests you and you think you’re a match, introduce yourself and shoot us a resume at theteam@NYCRUNS.com.
Sponsorship Sales Manager
NYCRUNS is looking for a star to fill the position of Sponsorship Sales Manager. The primary focus of the role will be developing sponsorship partners for our ecosystem of events. Experience in the endurance industry is an absolute requirement as is demonstrated success in creating new business.
The ideal candidate will be interested in taking a successful start-up to the next level and be passionate about endurance events and a healthy lifestyle. We’re looking for the best and brightest person who want to think creatively and solve problems while working smart (as opposed to hard) whenever possible.
The ability to cultivate inbound leads as well as generate new leads through cold-calling or other established methods is essential. A demonstrated ability to write well and communicate clearly as well as proficiency in Excel and PowerPoint will pave the way to success. Basic graphic design, social media skills, and technological proficiency are also desired. The position will include some other responsibilities tailored to your skill set, our needs, and your professional goals.
Compensation: Salary plus commission
Benefits: Up to 4 weeks paid vacation, Health Insurance, 401K with company matching.
Do you have experience with Mylaps, Chronotrack, Race Director, Runscore & the like? Get in touch.
Interested in the technical side of timing and scoring a race but don’t have any experience? If you’re tech savvy (i.e., have some IT proficiency and know your way around Windows networking) and you are a quick-on-your-feet problem solver in high-pressure environments, we can train you to time races. This position is part-time with the potential to become full-time during fall of 2016.
Experienced Event Help
Have you worked at running (or other endurance) events before? If you’re familiar with what goes into putting on a successful running event, and not afraid to get up at the crack of dawn 20-30 times a year, we want to hear from you.