Specialist, Publications / Senior Specialist Publications

1 month ago(12/11/2017 11:54 AM)
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IMG College is the nation’s leading collegiate sports marketing company, offering national, regional, and local multi-platform marketing opportunities targeting 190 million college sports fans – the largest and most attractive sports fan base.  IMG College employs more than 700 people in nearly 100 offices throughout the U.S. IMG College is a division of IMG Worldwide, a global sports, fashion, and media business.


  • Editing programs, media guides and advertisements, including layout, proofreading, copy-fitting, conducting interviews, photo cropping, some writing and any other duties necessary for completion of project.
  • Assembly of flowsheets for advertising and editorial copy, including determining placement of advertisements and program size with sales staff.
  • Acting as a liaison between Publishing and partners as it relates to content and the production manager as it relates to job flow.
  • Coordinate with Director of Publishing to ensure projects stay within assigned budgets and timelines.


  • Bachelor’s degree required in journalism or related communication field.
  • Minimum of three years relevant experience in sports information, newspaper/magazine publishing or a combination of those; senior level candidates must have a minimum of 5 years of experience.
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills required.
  • Understanding of desktop publishing systems (Quark and InDesign focused).
  • Phone and personal interviewing experience and working/general knowledge of sports world, particularly collegiate athletics.

EEO Statement

IMG College is an affirmative action-equal opportunity employer. It is the policy of IMG College not to discriminate against any applicant for employment, or any employee because of age, color, sex, disability, national origin, race, religion, or veteran status.


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