The Recreational Sports Department provides opportunities for the social and physical development of students through facilities operations, fitness and intramurals. The graduate assistant will provide administrative support and supervision of the recreational sports facilities and programs for students, faculty and staff.
Assist in recruiting, hiring, training, supervising and evaluating student employees
Assist in maintaining accurate fiscal and student payroll records
Assist in the collection, analysis and review of participation statistics and accident reports
Assist with updating and enforcing facility policies and procedures consistently
Assist in planning, coordinating and supervising programs, activities and special events
Supervisory responsibilities include regular daily office hours and some evenings
Any other duties as assigned
Bachelor’s degree is required and the position is conditional based on acceptance into University of Dubuque Masters’ program
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Superior time management skills
Tuition remission will be applied for master’s degree credits while in good standing in the position of graduate assistant.
To apply with a growing University for the Recreation Graduate Assistant position, please submit a cover letter, resume, three professional references, and UD employment application, located on our website, to HR@dbq.edu or to the Director of Human Resources, at the University of Dubuque, 2000 University Avenue, Dubuque, IA 52001.
Applications from qualified persons with diverse backgrounds and cultures, including women and persons of color, are welcomed. AA/EEO
About University of Dubuque
About the University of Dubuque (UD): UD is a diverse, Christian, and forward-thinking educational community of 2400 students that include approximately 1650 traditional, full-time undergraduates. Our students come from 42 states and 28 countries and represent a variety of faith commitments. 48% of UD students are from underrepresented groups, 38% are lower socioeconomic status, and 37% are first generation students.
As a leader in student diversity among Iowa universities, UD seeks candidates who are committed to and can demonstrate success in working with multi-racial, multi-cultural, and multi-national students. As a Christian university, UD seeks candidates who can help us advance our commitment to the inherent worth of each individual, the search for truth, and the calling to use one's gifts in service to others. As a forward-thinking university, UD seeks candidates who embrace the next generation of students, with all of their strengths and challenges.