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Since 1969, when the BOC became responsible for the certification of Athletic Trainers, our employees have been the heart of the organization. We share the same passion as our stakeholders for the advancement of the athletic training profession. The BOC is filled with employees from diverse backgrounds and experiences, which lends a unique and inclusive culture to our workplace. Our environment allows for creative and analytical thinkers to provide feedback as to how we can continue to grow and improve. We work to build a welcoming workplace that puts a strong focus on individual strengths fostering teamwork and enabling both personal and professional growth.

Your Work-Life EXPERIENCE | Benefits Summary
Your Work Environment
  • Work Flexibility – Many opportunities for work-life balance including remote work and flexible schedules
  • Strengths-based Organization – Individual and team-based coaching
  • Giving Back – Day off to support BOC annual community service project
  • Casual Dress Code – Comfort is key
Your Well-Being
  • Medical and Dental Insurance – Several plan options available
  • Health Savings Account (HSA) – Helps offset health care costs – BOC contributes up to $1,850 annually and employees can contribute tax-free up to IRS limits
  • Paid Time Off – 16 days/year (accrual rate increases every five years) and accrual begins first day
  • Paid Holidays – 10+ days each year
  • Employee Assistance Program – No-cost support services to aid you and your family
Your Future
  • 401(k) – Employer match up to 4%
  • Education Assistance – Yearly opportunities for professional development
Your Safety Net
  • Life Insurance
  • Short-Term Disability Insurance
  • Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance
  • Voluntary supplemental policies

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

The BOC does not tolerate any form of discrimination based on race, gender, color, age, disability, religion, sex (including sexual harassment), pregnancy, national origin, marital status, veteran status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, creed or any other basis protected by applicable federal, state or local law, ordinance or regulation.

Current Job Openings

Marketing Specialist – Email and Website

The Marketing Specialist – Email and Website is responsible for planning and coordination of activities related to BOC email development and related list management, as well as website updates/revisions. This Specialist will design email templates as well as uses existing templates, complete quality assurance and deployment of emails. In addition, the specialist coordinates with the IT department to maintain accuracy and aesthetic of the BOC website.

Job Duties

Email Development

  • Develops content, designs and implements emails on varying topics to multiple audiences, coordinating recipient list process with the technology team and other staff
  • Tracks and analyzes email metrics, as well as provides reports to inform planning and recommend new opportunities
  • Develops and implements quality control processes, and maintains accuracy within the email distribution process
  • Researches and develops innovations in email design

Website Updates

  • Completes website updates
  • Collaborates with staff to complete website updates, while maintaining the design integrity of the website
  • Completes a website audit, at least annually, reviewing each website page for potential edits/changes

Marketing Projects

  • Serves as lead support for department project management software – set up timelines for projects and implementation tracking
  • Coordinates BOC Change Form process with requesting staff and IT
  • Plans and coordinates BOC’s representation at events, as needed, including conventions, conferences and other in-person and virtual events
  • Supports content development
Remote (Hybrid) Work Available

At the BOC, work is not a place. The BOC takes a “work where you need to” approach when it comes to remote work. While the majority of the work for the Marketing Specialist position can be completed remotely, some meetings or work activities require on-site visibility at our downtown Omaha office.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
  • A high level of initiative
  • The position requires autonomy, and a highly organized and proactive approach
  • Excellent problem solving, strategic and analytical skills
  • Outstanding communication skills
  • Knowledge of website code/software tools to facilitate website edits and updates
  • Proficiency in HTML for email design as well as using email distribution platforms
  • High level list management skills
  • Excellent computer skills and proficient knowledge with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook) and Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop), Gammadyne and WordPress
  • Experience with project management software platforms
  • Ability to produce professional work product with minimal errors

1-3 years’ experience using HTML and/or 1-3 years website design or administration experience


4-year college degree

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