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Rutgers Esports is comprised of 8 committees, all composed of 1 Director and varying amounts of Managers and Associates. If you’re looking to play a crucial role in Esports at Rutgers, and collegiate Esports in the East coast, join our team as an officer!

As an officer, you get to choose which of the 8 committees you want to be involved with. Each committee oversees a vital aspect of our organization, and every committee offers a different and unique experience. You'll have the chance to gain real world and viable experience working as an officer. All of our committees give the ability to learn; event planning and logistics, time management, and improve on your teamwork skills.

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The committees that we have are the following:

Community Management:

The Community Management committee is dedicated to 2 different focus points: Social Media and Community Engagement. Social Media overlooks all of our social media from Facebook to Imgur, and its members actively participate in interacting with the community digitally. This is great if you are looking to gain valuable experience in running social media for a large organization. Our second focus is Community Engagement, which is our group of ambassadors who interact with the community on a face to face level. They listen to community concerns and successes, and if you love working with people and advocacy, this could be the committee for you!

Competitive:

This committee is responsible for managing the competitive club teams within Rutgers Esports. We work with team staff to coordinate practices and matches, while also ensuring that player opinions and voices are represented within the Rutgers Esports Executive Board. During the competitive season, you will be essential staff to help each teams’ coordinator and captain. During events, you will be responsible for officiating our various tournaments. To join this committee, you will need a love of competitive Esports, have a need to self-improve, and be able to give and take constructive criticism. Rutgers Esports is a consistent top 16 school aiming to be #1.

Content Creation:

Content Creation Committee is responsible for creating graphic content for Rutgers Esports. The committee has two parts; Video and Graphic Design. Video is responsible for taking pictures and videos to be able to work with Hype Videos, Partnership Highlights, Player Engagements, Community Engagement, etc. Graphic Design is responsible for working in Adobe Programs to be able to create graphic logos, banners, brb screens, overlays, buttons, partnership announcements, etc. Anything that is visual coming from Rutgers Esports onto the social media, events, clubs, etc. usually comes from this committee.

Events:

The main responsibility of the Events Committee is to make sure that our events are set up properly and run as smoothly as possible. The role of the committee prior to our events is to reserve the venue in advance, communicate with the Rutgers Events Coordinator on what we need and have for the event, plan out the schedule for both the event and the stream, create a list of items that we need to purchase for the event, and manage the giveaway items and schedule. On the day of our events, the Events Committee is expected to arrive early to help set up and remain available throughout the day to fill in for our various stations or help with unforeseen issues that occur, as well as staying late to help with clean up. As a member of this committee, you will need and improve upon your time management, organizational, and leadership skills through tasks that require efficient delegation to make our events the best they can be.

Finances:

Honesty and integrity, these two traits are imperative to have when pursuing a role with the Rutgers Esports Financial Committee. The Finance Committee is responsible for maintaining the club’s finances with the Student Activities Business Office also called SABO. This is done by paying invoices, filing PERRs, and fulfilling contracts. The Finance Committee must manage these records and follow the guidelines set by Rutgers. Beyond this they must stay in contact with the financial advisors in SABO to clear up any concerns they may have with them.

Human Resources: 

The Human Resources Committee handles everything involving the internal affairs of Rutgers Esports. Our responsibilities range from preventing and solving interpersonal problems on the board, creating and planning events and programs for the officers, and recruiting new officers to the board. As a member for HR, you will have the opportunity to be a direct resource for other officers, whether that be solving conflicts, giving advice, or planning hangouts. You will have hands on experience designing and working on our recruitment process, as well managing event staff during our major events. If you’re looking for viable experience in HR or just enjoy working to benefit others, this committee is for you!

Partnership Management:

This committee revolves around the business aspect of Esports. It involves working with companies related to Esports to get Rutgers Esports everything it needs competitively and casually. In this committee, you will need a strong sense of business which you will grow in your time here. Whether it is emailing partners or keeping sponsors happy at events, the partnership management committee is all about growing future Esports professionals.

Systems and Technology:

Hello and welcome to the Systems and Technology Committee of Rutgers Esports, also known as SysTech. The SysTech committee is here to aid in the internal and external technological infrastructure of Rutgers Esports. The committee is currently broken up into 4 sub sections: Discord, Networks, Stream and Website. The internal section of SysTech is the Networks section, while the others are external sections. All in all, we are here to make sure that everything technology-wise runs smoothly at events and club that pertain, but not limited, to rental PCs, ethernet setups, software installation, talking with Rutgers OIT, and communicating to our community via website, stream and discord.


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