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Posted by Willy Franzen on September 13, 2012. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Summer Business Internship||New York, NY|
|Support Specialist (Part Time)||New York, NY|
|Inbound Marketing Manager||New York, NY|
|Account Management Specialist||New York, NY|
|Sales Development Specialist||New York, NY|
|Launch Coach (Implementation Specialist)||New York, NY|
|Sales Consultant (Account Executive)||New York, NY|
|Front-End UI Developer||Arlington, VA|
|Director, Growth Marketing & Lead Generation||New York, NY|
|Software Engineer||Arlington, VA|
One of the best things about living in a big city like Chicago is that there are seemingly limitless sports leagues. I’ve only played volleyball so far, but I keep telling myself that I’ll do softball, dodgeball, and maybe even basketball. For a recent grad, sports leagues are a great way to meet new people and get in an exercise routine as you start your life in the real world. The one problem that I run into is that many of the leagues are disorganized and have terrible websites that are hard to navigate and use. LeagueApps is a New York, NY and Washington, DC based company that solves this problem through their “digital management and marketing solution for local sports leagues, tournaments and events.” It’s essentially a sports league in a box (a digital one at that).
While the most important thing for running a sports league is securing a field or gym, getting participants is a close second. LeagueApps’ software helps you to register teams, process payments, generate schedules, display standings, e-mail members, view analytics, and lots more. If you want to see how sports leagues are currently using the software, just take a look at LeagueApps’ Success Stories. The overarching message is that the software allows leagues to focus on the important stuff–the sports and the social–while leaving the administrative stuff to LeagueApps. If you don’t mind working on the administrative stuff (in a really fun, scalable way), then you should check out LeagueApps’s Jobs page. Their current openings include:
These look like really cool opportunities, and I’m sure if you land one you’ll also land a spot on one of LeagueApps’ sports teams.
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Do you play in any sports leagues?