The Graduate Assistant is required to assist with the management of all aspects of Intramural and Club Sports within the Department of Campus Recreation. While jobs and expected performance are delegated to other positions, the Graduate Assistant gives input to all decisions concerning Intramurals and Club Sport issues. This position will work collaboratively with the other Graduate Assistant for Competitive Sports and will report directly to the Assistant Director of Campus Recreation for Competitive Sports.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Assist with Administration of Intramural and Club Sport programs
Assist with the supervision, hiring, training, and evaluating of Intramural Supervisors and Officials
Assist with the advising of Club Sports, Club Sport Council, and Club Sport Council Committees and Executive Boards
Assist with the supervision and help administer Club Sport budgets
Assist with administration of Intramural budget
Plan, organize, supervise, schedule, lead, and evaluate Intramural, Club Sport, and departmental special events
Assist with the management of Club Sport documentation (budget, waivers, roster, etc…)
Help to develop and administer trainings for Club Sport members, officers, coaches, and advisors
Manage facility reservation requests for Intramurals and Club Sport programs
Assist with providing guidance to Club Sports in developing events, contests, fundraisers, and other activities
Present information about Intramurals and Club Sports during campus wide events, New Student Orientation, Admissions Visitation Days and at other promotional opportunities
Assist with facilitating regular student staff meetings
Inform and enforce Intramural and Club Sport Handbook policies and procedures to students
Assist in conducting employee and participant disciplinary conferences
Research information for future events, programs, or projects
Assist other programming areas in the University's Recreation program as needed
Position is a 12 month contract. Responsibilities within the university’s summer camp program may be required (additional compensation aside from the monthly stipend will be provided.
Other duties as assigned by the Assistant Director of Campus Recreation for Competitive Sports and Director of Campus Recreation
Must maintain regular office hours and be available during those times, unless needed at events.
Report to the Assistant Director of Campus Recreation for Competitive Sports and Director of Campus Recreation on appropriate topics of importance and need.
Train and evaluate student officials in multiple sports including flag football, basketball, soccer, softball, volleyball, etc.
Bachelor’s Degree in exercise science, sports administration or related field
Two years of experience officiating and/or supervising intramural/club sport activities
Strong interpersonal skills, excellent presentation, written and verbal communication skills
Commitment to professionalism and quality customer service
Ability to work with and manage student employees is also a must
Computer proficiency is essential
Students must meet Campbell University graduate school requirements and be fully admitted as a degree seeking student Bachelor’s Degree in exercise science, sports administration or related field.
Familiarity with Intramural and Sport Club administrative duties
Strong officiating background in football, volleyball, basketball, soccer and/or softball
Experience in event planning and administration including extramural activities
Experience marketing campus recreation events
The review of applications will begin immediately. Prospective candidates will be contacted as soon as possible. All applicants must complete the internal application through the Department of Human Resources at Campbell University.
Any application received via bluefishjobs.com that has not applied via the Campbell University site will NOT be considered.
Additional Salary Information: Stipend is dispersed in 12 monthly increments covers tuition and living expenses. Additional employment opportunities including summer work and Resident Director positions in one of our residence halls may be available. The Graduate Assistant is responsible for health insurance and housing.
Campbell University is a four year Liberal Arts University, Baptist affiliated, with 2500 undergraduates and 1400 graduate students in Central North Carolina. The Department of Campus Recreation is comprised of four program areas (intramurals, club sports, fitness, and summer programs)The department has a participation rate of approximately 60% of the student body.