Intern, Player Development - WTA (Open to Remote)

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Administration/General Management: Administrative/Executive Assistant
Department | Member Relations
Work Location | US Remote
Reports To | VP, Player Development and Member Education
FLSA Classification | Non-Exempt
Duration | 26 weeks; 40 hours per week
Summary:   
Player Development is the umbrella institution for education and the WTA’s resource center.  
Player Development programs promote and enhance players’ career fulfillment, safety and well-being. Further, the WTA is a member-based organization and providing member education is key to providing best in class services.
 
The Player Development and Member Education intern works with the other members of the department to deliver best-in-class Player Development online content.
 
Essential Duties & Responsibilities: 
  • Receive, organize and file content outlines and structural overviews from subject experts from the WTA Player Development department.
  • Collaborate with department leads on finalizing storyboarding of content
  • Design content to optimize the learning experience for entry level WTA players
  • Ensure that content matches the learners’ needs 
  • Create visual, audio and interactive learning tools include but are not limited to:  short instructional videos (vignettes), podcasts, animations
  • Assist the VP, Player Development and Member Education with content management for WTA players and their support team members on WTA University
·         Administrative duties include but are not limited to: participation in weekly staff meetings and ad hoc projects (e.g., collecting athlete development articles, collecting and organizing related content assets such as imagery, hyperlinks and videos.)
 
Education and Experience:
·         Bachelor’s degree in instructional design, creative design, web design or similar 
·         A team player who respects and interacts well with colleagues
·         Adapts easily and shows initiative 
·         Working knowledge of instructional design tools (i.e. Lectora, Articulate, Camtasia) and administration of Learning Management Systems (i.e. Coursemill, Litmos)
·         Competitive tennis knowledge preferred
 
Required Skills and Competencies:
·         Proven organization skills with attention to detail
·         Additional computer skills (e.g. PowerPoint, Photoshop & graphics, and email programs
·         Multi-lingual preferred
·         Uphold WTA Core Values: Be Progressive, Collaborative, Passionate, and show Integrity. These core values set the tone in everything we do, help us succeed on and off the court, make a difference in the community and create a premier, compelling global sport entertainment experience.  It is important that the person in the position commits themselves to these core values so that we can constantly move forward in the same direction – Together.

Travel Requirements:
None
 
Supervisory Responsibilities: 
None
 
Position Type/Work Schedule:
Seasonal, 40 hours a week for 26 weeks. Typical schedule will be Monday-Friday. 
 
Work Environment/Physical Demands: 
Work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by the employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
 
Working Conditions
The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet to moderate. The passage of employees through the work area is average and normal.
 
Physical Demands
The employee is required to sit for long periods; use close/distant vision; hear using the telephone; bend at the waist and knee; communicate verbally and electronically with worldwide constituency; use hands and fingers to operate a computer and telephone keyboard. Must be able to lift 50 lbs. 
  
The WTA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
 

Job Questions:

  1. Are you legally eligible to work in the United States? Will you now or in the future require visa sponsorship?

  2. Are you available for 6 months/40 hours per week?

  3. When are you available to start?