Account Executive – Ticket Sales | UCLA Intercollegiate Athletics

All applicants should demonstrate the following abilities: Previous successful experience selling tickets for a professional and/or college sports program is preferred – including an understanding of how various verticals within a college or professional sports organization compliment and help one another achieve goals; A strong desire to grow a career in revenue generation within the sports industry; Ability to bring a positive attitude, intrinsic motivation and coach ability each day; Proven track record in sales and building quality relationships, friendly and professional telephone manner and cold calling; Ability to create and grow solid relationships and work cooperatively with fellow Account Executives and staff from other departments in pursuit of individual, team, and department wide goals; Ability meet sales goals and deadlines; Excellent written, verbal, listening and presentation skills; Working knowledge and experience of men’s and women’s athletic events and procedures is preferred; Demonstrated organizational skills; Ability to work under time constraints and with conflicting deadlines, frequent interruptions and distractions; Ability to maintain a flexible work schedule, with the ability to work irregular hours, including nights and weekends; Skill in interacting effectively with coaches, student-athletes, parents, administrators, staff, vendors and the general public. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to build effective relationships; Computer proficiency in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Outlook, Salesforce and Adobe programs; Comfort in using and willingness to learn new technologies to meet the evolving marketplace; Experience with ticketing software (Paciolan/Fevo) is preferred, but not required; Demonstrated knowledge of and ability to comply with University, Pacific-12 Conference and NCAA rules and regulations; Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience required; Previous experience as a collegiate athlete is helpful, but not necessary.