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  • Friday April 17, 2015

    Syracuse: Syracuse has announced the addition of Drew Robinson as the program’s new director of football operations. Robinson has previous stops at Rutgers and MSG Varsity Network with a background in marketing and branding. While at Rutgers, Robinson coordinated and produced web and video strategies for its major sports programs, among various other things.

    Southern Miss: The Southern Miss football video department is seeking a graduate assistant for Fall of 2015. This job is strictly video with zero coaching responsibilities. A Bachelors degree and experience with either XOs or DVSport as well as Final Cut, Avid, or Adobe Premiere is required. All interested candidates can contact Steven.Bitowf@usm.edu for more information.

  • Thursday April 16, 2015

    Pittsburgh Steelers: Terry Joseph has been named the Steelers’ player engagement coordinator.

    Syracuse: Syracuse has hired Rutgers assistant athletics director/creative services and fan experience Drew Robinson as its director of football operations according to multiple reports.

  • Friday April 10, 2015

    DFO Spring Meeting: The DFO National Committee has set their meeting agenda for Phoenix on May 4-5. Click here for information on the topics, sponsors and details. We hear that hotels are going fast, so be sure to reserve today. The DFOs have set up a great two-day session with Stanford Head Coach David Shaw kicking off the agenda with a talk on “How to Lead Leaders”. The 2015 national committee is complete, with new district reps Matt Lewis (TCU, District 6), Cody Cejda (Northwestern, District 5), Mike Parrish (Arizona, District 9), Kevin Cristello (District 4, Eastern Kentucky), Sarah Gigantino (Georgia State, at-large) and Joe McIntyre (Dartmouth, at-large). Additionally, Kyle Wiest (Oregon) has moved from District 9 rep, up to the executive committee as 3rd Vice President. Click here for a complete 2015 DFO National Committee and List. It is important that you RSVP to Jason Grooms (jason.grooms@vanderbilt.edu) so they can have accurate numbers for meals and events.

  • Wednesday April 5, 2015

    Miami (FL): Miami is looking for a new Assistant Director of Football Operations/Recruiting. This person needs to have good people skills and experience interacting with recruits and families. Graphic Design experience is also preferred. This person is involved with setting up unofficial and official visits, coordinating mailings, and social media for recruiting. All interested candidates must apply online via this link. Do not contact our office directly.

  • Friday April 3, 2015

    Yale: Yale University football is looking for a motivated individual to join our program as a video intern As a video intern, you would be assisting filming practices, games and other events, working closely with our coaching staff to facilitate all technology needs, and making weekly highlight tapes. The intern would also have the opportunity to work on social media, help with evaluating recruiting film, video editing and other special projects. A background in DVSport is preferred. We’re looking for the intern to begin June 1st. If you’re interested, please e-mail your resume to Chris Gennaro at Christopher.Gennaro@yale.edu

    Robert Morris (NAIA – Chicago, IL): Robert Morris University is accepting applications for a Football Operations graduate assistant. A bachelor’s degree, 2.8 undergraduate GPA (or a 500 GMAT score), and admission to the Robert Morris Graduate School of Management is required. A 50% tuition waiver along with a $5,000 stipend will be provided. These positions will remain open until filled. Please forward a letter of application describing interest and qualifications for the desired position, resume, and the names, addresses and telephone numbers of at least three professional references to AJ Thomas at athomas849@robertmorris.edu.