Come join our amazing fast moving team while living in a beautiful place! Montana State Recreational Sports and Fitness, a member of the Division of Student Success, is seeking awesome candidates for the position of Graduate Assistant in the following areas:
Fitness Programs (1 opening):
Assist in the overall administration and management of the Group Exercise, Personal Fitness, and Health/Safety Instruction program including the planning, development, implementation, and marketing of a comprehensive Group Exercise schedule, GX special events, personal training special programs and so forth
Assist in recruiting, hiring, training, supervising, scheduling, and evaluating of student employees for Group Exercise
Actively teach Group Exercise and our ACT classes
Facility Operations (1 openings):
Support the overall operation of the 168,000 s.f. Marga Hosaeus Fitness Center that includes four multipurpose gymnasiums, climbing wall, 15,000 s.f. fitness and weight areas, three group fitness studios, and 9 racquetball/squash courts
Assist in recruiting, hiring, training, supervising, scheduling, and evaluating of student staff members
Supervise the membership desk, reception desk, multi-purpose domes and equipment room operations including equipment inventory for rental and retail sale, equipment orders and budget, point of sale transactions, Fusion software, and troubleshooting.
Intramurals and Club Sports (1 opening):
Assist in recruiting, hiring, training, supervising, scheduling, and evaluating of student employees for intramural sports officiating and supervisory positions.
Contribute to the improvement of the Club Sports program through the coordination of club travel, budget allocation, advising and policy development.
Help manage and operate the turf maintenance equipment and supervision of staff to effectively maintain facility safety, service excellence and function of equipment.
Stipend: $1,100/month Start Date: Early August 2020
*** To be considered for an assistantship candidates must be accepted into a MSU Graduate program. ***
Prior to applying to Montana State University (MSU), it is recommended that the applicant contact the department of the intended area of study, as department information, requirements, and deadlines may vary. Some suggested programs (friends of the department) are below:
Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled. Review of applications will begin January 17, 2020. Do not apply thru Bluefish.
Additional Salary Information: 10 month part time position with summer work available. $1,100/month for an appointment requiring 19 hours a week. MSU will pay a minimum of 10 credits tuition/semester for GA’s accepted into this program. Health benefits covered. Money provided for NIRSA conferences and workshops as well.
About Montana State University
Montana State University is located in beautiful Bozeman, MT and is Montana's largest university with 16,000 students. Bozeman is a small town with big energy. Perhaps best known for outdoor recreation, Bozeman also has the cultural amenities of a much larger city including a symphony, opera, and ballet companies, as well as many locally-owned shops, restaurants and galleries that make Downtown vibrant. Skiing, hiking, camping, biking, climbing, and fishing options are endless because Bozeman is surrounded by five mountain ranges; and 3 rivers are all within a half hour of campus. There is plenty of National Forest land to explore, and Yellowstone National Park is just 90 miles away.
Montana State is growing at exceptional rates and our department is too. Housed within the Division of Student Sucess the Department of Recreational Sports and Fitness offers programs and facilities to the over 18,000 faculty, staff and students of the University. Recreational Sports & Fitness (RSF) facilitates the programs and services within the Hosaeus Fitness Center. It is our mission to foster personal development, enhance academic productivity and enrich the quality of life for students, facul...ty and staff by providing excellent recreational programs, fitness services and facilities to a diverse campus community. Our programs and services include: membership services, group exercise classes, personal fitness, massage, intramurals, club sports, ACT classes, aquatics, Emergency Health Instruction, Outdoor Recreation and informal recreation. We also support multiple campus-wide wellness events and activities.For more information on our facilities, programs and staff visit us on the web at http://www.montana.edu/getfit/. EEO/AA employer