Responsibilities include but are not limited to all ticketing facets of Men's Basketball and Softball, including travel to Men's Basketball road games, preseason and post-season play, Big 12 championships, NCAA Championship events and other responsibilities of the Ticket Operations. Work schedule varies beyond 8:30am to 5:30 pm, Monday to Friday: Events are scheduled after 5pm and on weekends. Special circumstances such as required meetings, travel, ticket/information preparation/distribution may warrant being on duty other than standard work schedule. This role presents potential for dealing with verbally and physically confrontational individuals.
Bachelor's Degree in Marketing, Communications, Business Administration or a related field. Extended experience within industry may be considered as "related field."
Three years of supervisory, customer service, public relations and/or computer experience
About Oklahoma State University
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