The Big Ten Conference is seeking candidates for an Officiating Services internship. The primary function is to support the Conference’s football, basketball, and hockey officiating programs (and league’s officiating consortiums). This includes, capturing, editing, and managing game video for officiating purposes, clinics, coach’s questions, and evaluation. In addition, conducting research projects for Coordinator of Football Officials, Associate Commissioner of Men’s Basketball & Coordinator of Hockey Officials.
Experience with both post-production software and athletically-related video editing software
Strong understanding of other software including MS Office
Strong communication skills
Experience with XOS Thunder platform preferred
Must be able to work variable schedules during football, basketball and hockey seasons (weekend hours are required)
About Big Ten Conference
Known as one of intercollegiate sports’ most successful undertakings, the Big Ten is home to a lineage of legendary names and an ongoing tradition of developing strong leaders. Even in its infancy, the conference established itself as the preeminent collection of institutions in the nation, where the pursuit of academic excellence prevailed as the definitive goal.
The history of the Big Ten traces back more than 120 years to the Palmer House hotel in Chicago, where on January 11, 1895, then-Purdue president James H. Smart and leaders from the University of Chicago, University of Illinois, University of Michigan, University of Minnesota, Northwestern University and University of Wisconsin set out to organize and develop principles for the regulation of intercollegiate athletics.The conference office manages 28 different championships and tournaments, offers legislative and compliance services, oversees the production and distribution of more than 2,000 events annually, provides staff services to coaching and administrative personnel, and services media and fans interest for information on the Big Ten.
More than 120 years after its inception, the Big Ten remains a national le...ader in intercollegiate athletics on and off the field. Big Ten programs have combined to win more than 450 team and 1,800 individual national championships, consistently taking home individual honors for athletic and academic accomplishments and fulfilling the Big Ten’s mission of academic achievement and athletic success.