Augusta University has an opening a Competitive Sports graduate assistant within a growing recreational sports program. Candidates must have strong relational service skills and be capable of working in a dynamic and fast-paced environment.
The position opening is available for the 2018-19 and 2019-20 academic years.
The Competitive Sports assistantship is specific to intramural sports programming, and will include experience with facility management, marketing, and club sports [extramurals]. The position will be supervised by the Competitive Sports Coordinator and will be directly involved in game scheduling, training and supervising student officials, event management, risk assessment and prevention, and a variety of associated responsibilities.
This is a two-year appointment pending both strong work and academic performance. A stipend of $9,000 is provided from August to May. Graduate students have access to health insurance through the university. The graduate student is responsible for paying their own fees. Professional development assistance is typically available. Tuition waivers are granted to cover nine credits of course work during the fall and spring semesters. Summer employment and waivers are negotiable.
Resumes may be submitted at the NIRSA National Conference. Otherwise, please submit a letter of application, resume, names and phone numbers of three references, and assistantship of choice by mailing your application to: Graduate Assistant Search Process, Augusta University Campus Recreation, 1120 Fifteenth Street; DA-2004 Augusta, Georgia 30912. You may also email the information as a PDF packet to email@example.com
About Augusta University - Campus Recreation
Augusta University is the primary health care campus and one of four, level-one research institutions in the state of Georgia. With an enrollment of 8,500 students, Augusta University provides high quality instruction to prepare the future leaders of the state and nation. The Student Services division strives to provide an extensive array of sport, fitness and recreational opportunities in support of the whole student. Approximately 75 percent of our students participate in campus recreation programs and services, which include two recreation centers, a growing club sports program, and an outdoor recreation complex.