Pinnacle Bank Championship

Pinnacle Bank Championship

Sponsor Relations Intern - Pinnacle Bank Championship (Omaha · NE)

Pinnacle Bank Championship Jobs
Jobs in Omaha · NE
Internship: Internship
Positions: Internships
The Pinnacle Bank Championship  
 $12.00/hr plus overtime
Application Deadline:
 Monday, January 1, 2024
Tournament Dates:
 August 5-11, 2024
 May-August (Must be willing to work weekends)
40+hours a week

Internship Summary
The Pinnacle Bank Championship internship program consists of 3 positions focusing on different departments: Hospitality, Operations and Sponsor Relations. Please see the attached job descriptions for details about each position. Each intern will have their own area of focus but will work as a team on certain projects and tasks related to the planning and execution of tournament week and the ancillary events associated with the Pinnacle Bank Championship.

Necessary Qualifications
  • Must be at least 18 years of age and enrolled in your sophomore, junior or senior year at an accredited college or university.
  • Experience in sports management/sports marketing/event planning is a plus
  • Passion for sports and knowledge of the game of golf is a plus
  • Superior oral and written communications skills
  • Effective organizational skills for managing multiple tasks
  • Willingness to be flexible with tasks and superior understanding of prioritization
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds
  • Knowledge about Microsoft Office Suit

Application Information
  • Anticipated start date mid-May (flexible depending on availability). May is an unpaid month
  • For the first month, we may have students working 20-30 hours per week, then increase hours after this, depending on what our workload is (there will be a lot to do)
  • Paying $12.00 an hour, then time and a half once hit 40 hours, starting June 1
  • Expect to work all weekends after the 4th of July
  • End date of August 25th (date is flexible to accommodate return to school)
  • Interested applicants should send resume and contact information to Katie Colwell [email protected]

Sponsor Relations Intern Responsibilities
  • Obtain records of closed contracts 
  • Create sponsorship invoices as needed 
  • Create and manage sponsor’s box offices/ticket distribution in ticketing software 
  • Coordinate ticketing system training sessions for admissions, hospitality, & credential 
    checking volunteers 
  • Create credential boards for each restricted access entry point  
  • Manage Pro-am online registration, create communication timelines, and follow up on 
    incomplete registration groups 
  • Create bios for each professional golfer playing in the Pro-Am to be given to foursome 
  • Create bios for sponsors to give to professional golfer playing with respective foursome 
  • Work with Sales Team to ensure all sponsor names are correct and related information is up 
    to date including specific contract assets, logo, name, partners, etc. 
  • Coordinate Tour Pro-Am waiver forms 
  • Attend Pro-Am Committee meetings  
  • Work with Tournament Director to select and order Pro-Am Awards 
  • Organize post-event thank-you cards into foursomes and pre-stamp. Mail out following Pro-
    Am days 
  • Work with Tournament Director to create pairing sheets and get them distributed to 
    appropriate personnel 
  • Produce reports for Pro-Am Committee for gift distribution and amateur registration to 
    ensure accurate records and practices 
  • Keep accurate records on winning foursomes (1st-3rd place) 
  • Work with Operations Intern to ensure accurate signage for Pro-Am days, i.e. Welcome, 
    directional, registration etc. 
  • Work with Hospitality Intern to manage opening and closing of all sponsor structures 
    including pavilions, retail tents and other spaces as needed 
  • Work with Operations Director & Tournament Services Manager to schedule and coordinate Youth Day activities, communications, volunteer staffing, etc.

Post Event
  • Inventory, organize, and create tracking records of all TSL storage containers and office supplies
  • Manage product return to vendors
  • Generate invoices and tracking documentation
  • Manage move of product and equipment back to Tournament office
  • Reach out to and coordinate donations of leftover product to local non-profits
  • Create analysis of beverage distribution to calculate inventory and create financial analysis to show shrinkage and area of improvement