After nearly three years as the Media and Public Relations Manager for USA Shooting, Mary Beth Vorwerk will resign in March to pursue other interests.
Her tenure was highlighted by numerous improvements to USA Shooting, including all forms of print media, website updates and press releases, as well as coverage of the USA Shooting events and athletes. A veteran of two Olympic Games, Vorwerk’s work in the Olympic family helped establish USA Shooting as a media-savvy National Governing Body.
USA Shooting will accept applications for the Media and Public Relations Manager until Friday, February 5th. Applications should include a cover letter and resume, as well as writing samples or website links to recent work in the Media/PR field.
Applicants must possess at least a Bachelor of Arts degree in a Journalism or relevant field, with strong skills in writing and editing, working in a web-based environment, video and print media production, as well as photo and graphics editing. Magazine layout and publication skills desired. Coordinating with media outlets and athletes to publish interviews and features is a major element of this position. In addition, the Media and PR Manager will work closely with the USA Shooting Marketing department to increase brand recognition and exposure. A sports background and experience in the firearms industry is desired. The job description for the Media and Public Relations Manager is available for download here.
Please submit application packages to:
USA Shooting, ATTN Bill Roy, 1 Olympic Plaza, Colorado Springs, CO 80909.
Fax is also acceptable, 719-635-7989; or email to email@example.com.