The Department of Campus Recreation at the College of William & Mary is currently accepting applications for multiple graduate assistant positions. Admission to the graduate school is required before an offer can be made. The deadline for graduate school applications is January 15, 2018. You are strongly encouraged to apply early. You can learn more about the graduate program in the William and Mary School of Education here: http://education.wm.edu/admissions/graduate/index.php
Facilities & Aquatics: This position is for the 2018-2019 school year as a full-time graduate student working 20 hours/week with the Department of Campus Recreation. General responsibilities: Serve as the assistant to the Associate Director for Facilities & Aquatics with the day to day operations of the Student Recreation Center. Responsibilities include recruiting, training, scheduling, and evaluating a large student staff and assisting with payroll, policy development and event planning. Weekend, special event and evening hours are required.
Fitness & Wellness: This position is for the 2018-2019 school year as a full-time graduate student working 20 hours/week with the Department of Campus Recreation. General responsibilities: Serve as an assistant to the Associate Director of Fitness & Wellness with the development and supervision of a comprehensive Fitness & Wellness Program including Group Exercise, Personal Training, Small Group Training, Wellness and Fitness Assessment. Weekend, special event and evening hours are required.
Intramural Sports: This position is for the 2018-2019 school year as a full-time graduate student working 20 hours/week with the Department of Campus Recreation. General Responsibilities: Under the direction of the Associate Director for Competitive Sports, this person’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting in the planning, development, and implementation of all individual/dual and team sport activities. Other responsibilities include: developing and conducting officials’ training clinics; recruiting, training, scheduling, and evaluating sports officials/supervisors for intramural activities in major team sports; promoting and marketing intramural team and individual/dual sports activities; planning and scheduling all individual/dual sports activities; and assisting with student payroll, budget planning, policy development, and the equipment inventory/purchasing process. Weekend, special event and evening hours are required.
For detailed job descriptions of each position please visit our website at www.wm.edu/rec
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The College of William and Mary is a public liberal arts institution of approximately 7,500 undergraduate and 2,000 graduate students. The Department of Campus Recreation enjoys an 80% participation rate among the undergraduate population. William and Mary is a residential college with 85% of the students living on campus and 15% living within a 10 mile radius. The College is situated in the cente...r of historic Colonial Williamsburg. Williamsburg is a city of 15,000 located approximately halfway between Richmond and Norfolk, Virginia.