Men’s Basketball Video Coordinator – Long Island University

School: Long Island University
Position: Video Coordinator
Organization: NCAA
Level: Division I
Conference: NEC

Responsibilities and Duties

Manage all video-related activities for the Long Island University Men’s Basketball program. Lead the filming of all practice, shootaround, and individual workouts for self-scouting purposes.  Coordinate the taping of games via television, internet and other social media outlets. Plan all film exchange with opponents. Download games via Synergy Sports and load onto coaching staff computers. Prepare video edits of individual players & opponents for the coaching staff to review with student-athletes during team meetings. Prepare video edits of potential recruits for the coaching staff to review. Create highlight films for graduating student-athletes to assist with their professional career opportunities. Maintain an organized library system for filing all practice, workouts, games, and opponent scouting folders. Assist coaching staff with on campus recruiting visits and other recruiting duties. Responsible for the maintenance and ordering of essential video equipment.  Other duties as assigned by the Head Coach and/or Assistant Coaching staff.


  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • One year of experience in a collegiate sport specific program preferred
  • Demonstrated proficiency with video editing software, especially SportsCode & Hudl software
  • Effective communication, both written and oral
  • Ability to work with diverse groups of student-athletes, coaches & staff
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks concurrently
  • Exceptionally strong organizational skills
  • Highly proficient with current technology and trends
  • Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations

Reports To Head Men’s Basketball Coach

  • The Video Coordinator will report to Head Men’s Basketball Coach Rod Strickland
Applicant Information:

Interested and qualified candidates please send your resume and references to [email protected].

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