The Coaches Assistant/Specialist
The Coaching Consultants of FishDuck.com are like nothing on the Web; they teach and they offer more football educated opinions that any sportswriter anywhere. Readers learn from them and ponder Oregon football, and the sport of football because of their contributions to the site. Will you help them?
Some of them are not very tech savvy, and need help loading their article into our site and making the pictures or one-play videos that go with them. These are actually easy to learn with the technology we utilize, but it does take a couple of hours that some coaches are reluctant to dive into. Can you donate 3-5 hours per week?
We need a couple of people who will learn what our writers already implement daily, and are willing to invest a couple of hours into what we teach the writers and editors of FishDuck.com to help the coaches make an impact on the rest of us. If you can get the article up on the site–we have real editors who can help the coach with the English, sentence structure, grammar, etc. We just need a few people to help these coaches.
There is no other website like this for educating the football fan; help us to help the fans as we are a non-profit all-volunteer site.
How to Apply: Email Charles Fischer at email@example.com or call 541-915-4541. To apply, email a cover letter and resume indicating which position(s) you are applying for.
For the Retired? The majority of our writers are passionate Oregon fans who have full time jobs, families and other interests, (Some are even retired) yet weave in some time to their beloved Ducks every two or four weeks.
FishDuck.com has this all-volunteer site get help with Writing, Editing, Photography, Research, serving 50,000 unique readers a month and visitors from more than 50 countries who read our articles. We seek to educate and entertain our readers with Football Analysis, Opinion articles with an emphasis of feedback coming from those who have been or currently are being paid to coach football.
We have been interviewed and cited/quoted as a source by the Wall Street Journal, and twice have been featured in prominent articles in the Online Sports Section of The Washington Post for our contributions to fans and coaches wanting to learn about the Oregon Spread Offense. FishDuck.com has even been accredited by Google News as an official Oregon Sports news source. Our football instructional videos have been viewed more than a Million times and we are UO Media Credentialed, sitting on Press Row in the Autzen Press Box and Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene.