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Graduate Assistant, Athletics – Multiple Positions | Lake Erie College

10 hours 37 min ago
Painesville, Ohio, Lake Erie College, a small, co-educational, four-year, independent liberal arts college located in Painesville, OH, 30 miles east of Cleveland, invites applications for multiple graduate assistant positions in Athletics. Lake Erie College is an NCAA Division II program that competes in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference (GMAC). The graduate assistant is responsible for duties as assigned by the head coach/administrator and will manage a secondary responsibility as defined. This is a ten-month, two-year appointment, pending successful evaluation at the end of year one. The following positions are available in coaching: Graduate Assistant, Strength & Conditioning/Sport Performance (2 Positions) Graduate Assistant, Men’s Soccer Graduate Assistant, Men’s and Women’s Golf Graduate Assistant, Volleyball   The following positions are available in administration: Graduate Assistant, Athletic Strategic Communications Graduate Assistant, Game Operations & Facilities Graduate Assistant, Athletics Compliance   Please visit http://www.lec.edu/employment-at-lec/ for full details on responsibilities, preferred qualifications and the application process for each position.   Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled. Subject to a criminal background check prior to employment. Learn more about the College and Storm Athletics at www.lec.edu and www.lakeeriestorm.com . EOE   THE COLLEGE: As one of the oldest institutions of higher learning in Ohio’s Western Reserve, Lake Erie College is proud of its long heritage. From its start as a female seminary, in the Mount Holyoke style, to the coeducational institution it is today, the College has been a leader in higher education for over 160 years. Offering both undergraduate and graduate degrees, the College fosters an environment of engagement, empowerment and self-evaluation in a diverse world, for both students and employees. We offer a rich menu of employee benefits in retirement, health, education and more, affirming the value we place in our employees.   MISSION STATEMENT: Lake Erie College provides an excellent, inclusive, and highly personalized education grounded in the liberal arts tradition. Guided by hope and care, our students are empowered to lead lives of personal significance and professional success as global citizens.

Athletic Trainer | Berry College

10 hours 50 min ago
Mount Berry, Georgia, ABOUT BERRY COLLEGE: Located on more than 27,000 acres in northwest Georgia in a setting of great natural beauty, Berry College has an enrollment of about 2,200 undergraduate and graduate students. The college is located in Rome, Georgia, 75 miles northwest of Atlanta and 75 miles south of Chattanooga, Tennessee. As a comprehensive liberal-arts college with a distinctive mission and purpose, Berry unites a challenging academic program with practical work experience in a context that nurtures spiritual and moral growth, including significant service to others. We seek faculty who are committed to excellence as teachers-scholars-mentors and staff who are also committed to serving as mentors and supervisors for students who work on campus. Although not required, more than 90 percent of our students participate in our premier student work program. Employee benefits are competitive. JOB DESCRIPTION: Athletic Trainers are responsible for assisting with sport coverage, administrative duties, supervision of student workers, and compliance of the NCAA Division III sports medicine policies and procedures. An integral part of the position is mentoring student workers and implementation of educational programs within the sports medicine department. General duties include, but are not limited to: preventing, treating, and rehabilitating athletic injuries; managing daily operations; assisting with inventory and budget; assisting with assigned teams insurance claims; traveling with assigned team when necessary; acting as a liaison between the student-athlete and his/her coach, team physician(s), and parents; and performing other duties assigned by the Head Athletic Trainer. REQUIREMENTS: Master's degree preferred. The candidates should possess good communication skills, strong leadership and mentoring abilities, and the ability to create a culture that is both disciplined and caring. Effective and efficient organizational skills and the ability to work unsupervised are required. Candidate must be Advanced Level CPR Certified through the American Red Cross or American Heart Association. He/she must also be NATABOC certified and Georgia State Licensed or eligible. The successful candidate must also be able to work non-traditional hours including nights, weekends and holidays. The candidates will also demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to a liberal arts education, Division III athletics and an appreciation for and commitment to all NCAA, Southern Athletic Association (SAA) and institutional rules and regulations. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: This 10 month position includes competitive benefits and salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. The expected start date is June 1, 2021. APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Applicants should submit a letter of application, resume, and the contact information for three professional references at https://berry.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=129941. The job is open until filled. Application review will begin immediately and continue until a qualified individual has been hired. Berry College is an equal opportunity employer. For ADA Accommodations please contact our ADA Coordinator VTTY 706-233-4062.

Assistant Athletic Director for Internal Operations | Meredith College

Mon, 2021-04-12 19:17
Raleigh, North Carolina, Assist the athletic director in all aspects of athletic administration and to work specifically in the areas of facility management, compliance, and student-athlete affairs.

Athletic Development Graduate Student Coordinator | Saint Mary's College of California

Mon, 2021-04-12 19:04
Moraga, California, Position Title: Athletic Development Graduate Student Coordinator Status: Student, Part-Time, Non-exempt (approximately 15-20 per week) Location: Saint Mary’s College of California Reports To: Associate Athletics Director for Development Compensation: Students will be given a $2,500 scholarship each semester they hold the position. In addition to being paid $14.00/hour. Position Description The Saint Mary’s College Advancement Office is looking for an individual to assist with the operations of the Athletic Development office. The Athletic Development Office organizes events year-round for SMC Athletics alumni, students, friends and supporters of the College with a mission that is threefold: to inspire loyalty, connection and philanthropic support. Assist 7 annual fundraisers for the Athletic Department Assist with logistics for men’s basketball Hall of Fame Lounge operations (depending on COVID-19 guidelines) Collaborate with staff on men’s basketball WCC Tournament logistics Assist with Annual Giving initiatives such as Giving Tuesday and 1Day1SMC Assist with year-round donor cultivation Required Qualifications Must be admitted and enrolled in the Graduate Kinesiology program with a minimum of 5 units during the Fall 2021 semester in order to maintain eligibility. Must be personable, professional, and comfortable in crowds. Willing to assist with data entry, multi-tasking, and providing preparation and on-site event support. Please send your resume and cover letter to jlc2@stmarys-ca.edu by April 30, 2021.

Broadcast & Video Services Graduate Assistant | Creighton University

Mon, 2021-04-12 17:05
Omaha, Nebraska, The Creighton University Athletic Department is now accepting applications for the position of a Broadcast & Video Services Graduate Assistant within its Marketing Department. Creighton is located in Omaha, Nebraska and compete of NCAA Division I members of the BIG EAST Conference. Responsible for production of video content and streaming for Creighton Athletics sports programs which are disseminated through the Athletics website, regional television and the BIG EAST Digital Network. Coordinates and assists the Director of Broadcast Services in the production of video programming for the Athletics Department. Runs the live production streaming for assigned sports. Coordinates the production and archiving live games, video highlight packages and other features as relevant for Creighton Athletics. Assists in efforts on all Daktronics electronic media hardware, including courtside LED signage and video boards. Position will be involved in the development of promotional pieces, social video content and advertising elements for Creighton Athletics. Complies with all applicable National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and BIG EAST Conference regulations in the performance of job duties. This position does not include on-air roles. This position reports directly to the Creighton University Director of Marketing & Broadcast Services. In addition to regular home athletics events, the applicant will also be expected to maintain office hours and work a number of special events hosted by the department within athletic facilities in various roles. Evening and weekend hours with some travel are expected with this position. Required Qualifications This role will have many responsibilities which include, but are not limited to, the following: Bachelor’s degree required with a major in broadcasting/media production or related field preferred. Familiarity with video editing software (Adobe Creative Cloud) is required. Prior experience with live streaming athletic events and/or experience with broadcast equipment (Ross) is strongly preferred. Admission to the School of Graduate Studies and a Master’s Program at Creighton University Maintenance of a 3.0 GPA in their selected area of graduate studies Additionally, the candidate must possess strong written and verbal communication skills, have the ability to initiate and maintain personal relationships as well as maintain a positive, upbeat attitude under pressure.  A monthly stipend and tuition waiver will be provided. Additional Salary Information: The stipend is $12,000 ($1,000 monthly) plus tuition waiver. Candidates who are interested in the position, can apply by sending your cover letter, resume and references to Joe Willman at JoeWillman@creighton.edu. This position will begin in August 2021. The deadline to apply for the position is May 31, 2021 and acceptance is contingent on university acceptance.

Head Men's Soccer Coach | Northwest Nazarene University

Mon, 2021-04-12 16:37
Nampa, Idaho, Northwest Nazarene University is accepting applications for the position of Head Men’s Soccer Coach. The individual will be responsible for all details of the program including but not limited to: coaching, budget management, recruiting, eligibility, NCAA compliance and documentation, public relations, scheduling, travel, awarding scholarships, roster management, managing assistant coaches, managing practices and games, scheduling officials, camps, fundraising, player development, and other duties as assigned by the Athletic Director. The head coach will also assist in overseeing the assistant men’s soccer coach’s operation of a University club soccer program. Head coaches are expected to promote and develop spiritual formation and leadership, academic excellence, athletic competitiveness and community engagement. The Head Men’s Soccer Coach reports to the Athletic Director. The position is a full-time Exempt position. Northwest Nazarene University is sponsored by the Church of the Nazarene and seeks to reflect the cultural and ethnic diversity of the body of Christ in its faculty, staff, administration and students. All those interested are encouraged to apply and will be evaluated equitably. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individual with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Minimum Qualifications Bachelor’s degree Men's soccer coaching experience Sufficient skills, knowledge and training to perform the essential functions of this position The University requires that all candidates be Christians (preferably in the Wesleyan tradition), and must be comfortable with and in agreement with the mission and lifestyle requirements of NNU; candidates are asked to respond to the information items listed on the NNU Christian Mission requirements (included in the NNU application) High motivation and commitment to the University, organizational skills, the ability to self-start, be calm under pressure, meet deadlines, work without direct supervision, multi-task, problem solve, and relate to a variety of personalities under diverse circumstances Ability to maintain confidentiality Ability to pass the annual NCAA Division II recruiting exam Ability to obtain and maintain current First Aid and CPR certifications Ability to obtain NNU driving certification Offer of employment is contingent on successful results from a background investigation Additional Preferred Qualifications Master’s degree Collegiate or elite club men's soccer coaching experience Coaching license Experience recruiting student-athletes Administrative experience Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations Proficiency in utilizing workplace technology Application Process To be considered for this position, a complete application must be received. A complete application packet will include the following: Letter of interest NNU application Resume Two letters of recommendation from professional references Letter of reference from current pastor Transcripts (unofficial acceptable for the hiring process; official may be required upon hire)  Please do not contact athletic department staff directly; they will not respond to email inquiries or voice messages. Send or e-mail complete application packet to: Human Resources Office Northwest Nazarene University 623 S. University Blvd. Nampa, ID 83686 Phone: (208) 467-8036 Fax: (208) 467-8587 Email: hr@nnu.edu Employment at Northwest Nazarene University is contingent upon the results of an independent background check. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Salary will be determined by the educational background and experience of each applicant and will be discussed with individual candidates as they are invited to interview for this position. Full-time personnel will be offered access to a benefits package, including health, dental and vision insurance for employee and family, life and disability insurance, flexible spending plan, health savings account, tuition benefits, opportunities for professional development and a retirement program.

Director of Track and Field and Cross Country/Head Coach Track and Field/PE & Wellness Instructor | MIT

Mon, 2021-04-12 16:25
Cambridge, Massachusetts, General Responsibility: This is a full-time (10-month appointment) benefits eligible position. The Director of Track and Field and Cross Country/Head Coach Track and Field/Physical Education & Wellness Instructor responsibilities will include the management and oversight of all facets of the MIT Track and Field and Cross- Country programs. This position will also serve as primary coach for sprint and hurdle events. Additional responsibilities include but are not limited to: administration, budget management, alumni stewardship, recruiting, scheduling of competitions, meet management, including hiring officials, team travel, weekly practice sessions, advising of students, and compliance with NCAA and conference rules and regulations. In addition, this position will include teaching responsibilities and instruction in the required physical education and wellness activities program. Additional responsibilities may include department wide duties as assigned. Requirements: Five to seven years coaching experience preferably at the college or university level. A Bachelor's degree is required: a Master’s degree is preferred. Degree(s) in Physical Education and Wellness or related field is highly desirable. Previous experience in teaching physical education and wellness activities is also preferred. Proven experience in recruiting to a highly selective institution desirable.  Administrative, interpersonal/communication skills and computer skills are essential. Appropriate certifications in First Aid, CPR, AED, and Biohazards are required within 30 days of hire. Employment is conditional upon successful completion of a background check. 

Graduate Assistant | Parkside Athletics

Mon, 2021-04-12 16:13
Kenosha, Wisconsin, The University of Wisconsin-Parkside is proud to offer the graduate assistant positions for the 2021-22 academic year. These graduate assistants will gain valuable experience in Wisconsin’s only NCAA Division II athletics department. Meanwhile, the athletics department will improve its operational efficiency, competitiveness, and student-athlete experience by building capacity through degree-seeking graduate students. Graduate assistants will also complete other duties as assigned by the athletics department and assist the Health, Kinesiology, and Sport Management department with assigned duties, including serving as an instructor of activity classes. To be eligible, students must be admitted to the in-person Master of Sport Management Program (MSSM)at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. Appointments are contingent upon maintenance of minimum credit requirements and good standing in a graduate degree program. The successful candidates will work a 10-month appointment for the 2021-22 academic year with the opportunity for renewal of a second year. Each graduate assistant will receive an annual stipend of $7,500, paid monthly, and a scholarship of 50% of tuition (in-state or out-of-state tuition). These positions will remain open until filled. Start date for the positions will be August 1 with the potential for a mutually-agreed upon earlier start date. ATHLETICS AND HKSM ADMINISTRATION The Athletics and HKSM Administation graduate assistant will assist the Parkside Athletics senior administration and the HKSM department with duties related to the administration of both departments, with duties including but not limited to: • Oversee the coverage of the Sports & Activity Center lobby, including but not limited to: + Front desk coverage + Customer service + Supervision and scheduling of student interns and workers • Provide support to the athletics senior staff and leadership team, including but not limited to: + Compliance and Student Success + Internal Operations + Advancement • Provide support to the HKSM Department Chair and faculty, including but not limited to: + Administrative duties + Research + Recruitment and Marketing VIDEO PRODUCTION The video production graduate assistant will work as a member of the Strategic Communications and Marketing office to effectively tell the story of Parkside Athletics through video and other digital media content. The successful candidate will have previous experience with live video and editing. Duties will include but not be limited to: • Work as a team member in the Strategic Communications and Marketing office. • Produce, coordinate, and edit when needed, the in-house production of external and internal video content to be used on social media, ParksideRangers.com and more. • Serve as the main director of all live video production during home events on the Parkside Sports Network. • Participate in conceptualizing and collaborating with departmental units and coaching staffs on compelling video stories to be produced across the athletics department. • Online and printed graphic design, including but not limited to the production of schedule posters, promotional graphics, social media campaigns and all other graphic design projects. • Help to create content and continue to grow Parkside’s presence on social media, including Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, LinkedIn and YouTube. • Assist in creation of social media content. • Travel to select away athletic events as necessary. • Manage a group communications and video interns that provide assistance during game days and in the office. COMMUNICATIONS The communications graduate assistant will work as a member of the Strategic Communications and Marketing office to effectively tell the story of Parkside Athletics, serving as the primary media relations contact for assigned sports. The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills. Experience with Adobe Duties will include but not be limited to: • Serve as the primary media relations contact for pre-determined sports. • Produce and distribute news releases, pre/postgame articles, and feature stories. • Inputting statistics at home events using NCAA Live Stats, Statcrew or PrestoStats. • Online and printed graphic design, including but not limited to the production of schedule posters, promotional graphics, social media campaigns and all other graphic design projects. • Help to continue to grow Parkside’s presence on social media, including Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, LinkedIn and YouTube. • Assist in creation of social media content. • Aid in the maintenance of ParksideRangers.com including schedules, rosters, history and awards. • Travel to select away athletic events as necessary. • Assist in implementing live broadcasts on the Parkside Sports Network, Facebook Live or YouTube Live. • Manage a group communications and video interns that provide assistance during game days and in the office. • Work with coaches and staff to promote Parkside’s athletic programs, events and student-athletes. EVENTS AND OPERATIONS The events and operations graduate assistant will work in conjunction with the Deputy AD and Events and Operations Coordinator, with duties including but not limited to: • Assist with coordination of game day operations for all on-campus events, including field/gym setup. • Serve as a gameday host for visiting teams and officials. • Oversee operations of concessions and athletics apparel store. • Assist Event & Operations Coordinator with ticketing sales and operations, including maintaining compliance with NCAA pass list requirements, and season ticket sales. • Coordinate game day event staff employment, scheduling and training. • Manage a group communications and video interns that provide assistance during game days and in the office. • Help with the planning and execution of external rentals, including acting as onsite supervisor. • Assist Event & Operations Coordinator with deposits, cash handling policies, and financial reporting. • Assist with payment to referees and officials. FACILITIES AND OPERATIONS The facilities and operations graduate assistant will report directly to the Assistant AD for Facilities. This position assists with the dayto- day operations of the equipment/issue room and in all aspects of facility management. • Assist with day-to-day equipment/issue room operations, including working assigned hours. • Assist with maintenance and upkeep of athletics and recreation facilities. • Coordinate laundry cleaning, distribution, and chemical inventory for all 15 NCAA Division II Varsity teams. • Assist with facility set up and takedown for Parkside and external events. • Serve as the facility supervisor for assigned NCAA Varsity home contests and external rentals. • Assist with scheduling of facilities for varsity sports competitions and practices, internal and external rentals, intramurals, open recreation, and University sanctioned events. • Become familiar with Event Management System(EMS) and Microsoft Outlook Calendar. • Provide customer service to Athletic Administration, Coaches, Student- Athletes, community members, and external rentals tenants. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL GA The graduate assistant women’s basketball coach will report directly to the Women’s Basketball Head Coach and will gain experience assisting with all aspects of a Division II women’s basketball program. The ideal candidate will have experience as a student-athlete, manager, and/or coach in a college basketball program. Bachelor’s degree required. 1. Planning and execution of practice. 2. Player development 3. Opponent scouting 4. Film breakdown 5. Recruitment of student-athletes 6. Travel and operational logistics 7. Organizing camps and clinics 8. Monitoring the academic progress of student-athletes 9. Consistently demonstrate a positive team player attitude, building and maintaining professional working relationships with all departmental staff, including but not limited to the athletics administration, the sports medicine department, support staff, and other department coaches. 10. Represent the athletics department through collaboration with a variety of campus groups. 11. Represent the athletics department appropriately and intentionally through community involvement, speaking engagements, media responsibilities, etc. 12. Represent UW-Parkside as appropriate with the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) and the NCAA. 13. Consistent with NCAA Bylaw 11 and institutional procedures, Coach understands and agrees that if Coach is found in violation of any NCAA or Conference Legislation or fails to report a violation, he/she shall be subject to disciplinary or corrective action as set forth in the provisions of the NCAA enforcement procedures, including suspension without pay or termination of employment for significant or repetitive violations. 14. Perform other duties as assigned MEN’S SOCCER GA The graduate assistant men’s soccer coach will report directly to the Men’s Soccer Head Coach and will gain experience assisting with all aspects of a Division II men’s soccer program. The ideal candidate will have experience as a student-athlete, manager, and/or coach in a college basketball program. Bachelor’s degree required. 1. Planning and execution of practice. 2. Player development 3. Opponent scouting 4. Film breakdown 5. Recruitment of student-athletes 6. Travel and operational logistics 7. Organizing camps and clinics 8. Monitoring the academic progress of student-athletes 9. Consistently demonstrate a positive team player attitude, building and maintaining professional working relationships with all departmental staff, including but not limited to the athletics administration, the sports medicine department, support staff, and other department coaches. 10. Represent the athletics department through collaboration with a variety of campus groups. 11. Represent the athletics department appropriately and intentionally through community involvement, speaking engagements, media responsibilities, etc. 12. Represent UW-Parkside as appropriate with the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) and the NCAA. 13. Consistent with NCAA Bylaw 11 and institutional procedures, Coach understands and agrees that if Coach is found in violation of any NCAA or Conference Legislation or fails to report a violation, he/she shall be subject to disciplinary or corrective action as set forth in the provisions of the NCAA enforcement procedures, including suspension without pay or termination of employment for significant or repetitive violations. 14. Perform other duties as assigned Bachelor's Degree Acceptance into Sport Management Graduate Program

Gymnastics, Lacrosse, Golf and/or Tennis Coaches - Summer Camp Job - Paid Internship Available | Camp Towanda

Mon, 2021-04-12 15:39
Honesdale, Pennsylvania, Join our camp family this summer for a challenging and rewarding job experience that will give you the skills you need for your future. Make a difference in the lives of our campers, while enjoying our beautiful outdoor facilities and working with people from around the world. When you work at Camp Towanda, you get hands-on experience and leadership opportunities, while building skills that any future employer is looking for, such as flexibility, adaptability, initiative, self-direction, social and cross-cultural skills, productivity, accountability, leadership and responsibility. We are looking for experienced, enthusiastic and diligent instructors for many of our activity areas. If you play the sport in school, this is a great way to stay engaged and share your passion with youth. Great for those looking to be teachers or coaches in the future. We are looking for instructors for Baseball, and Lacrosse, but we offer other sports as well...for a full list of activities...check out our website. Our program consists of all the land and water sports, outdoor adventure, theatre, art and more! We offer professional paid internships in many fields including marketing, health administration, nursing, finance, hospitality, event planning, food services, sports management, media and nutrition. We work with colleges for school credit and provide mentorship opportunities Athletic Specialists help teach groups of 20-40 campers at a time (boys and girls, ages 7-17) in their area of expertise. They are responsible for instructing different levels and abilities, from beginners to master classes with our more skilled campers. Working with Department Heads and Program directors to execute lesson plans. Our athletic specialists are responsible for coaching intra camp games and intercamp leagues, including county-wide tournaments with other camps. This is a great opportunity for developing professionals to get hands on coaching and teaching experience with a wide variety of ages and abilities. You must be experienced in the specific activity, as you will be teaching most often on your own. Also, when you are not instructing in your area of expertise, you work with the group with whom you are living. You will be instructing children ages 7-16. Competitive salary, room and board, all meals included, travel reimbursement Paid Internships are available -Sports Management -Recreation -Education -Psychology -Leadership -And More! Learning Objectives: -Build upon the knowledge of your sport and strengthen your coaching skills while applying classroom learning, theories, and experiences in a real world setting. -Improve self confidence and initiative by working with a diverse, multicultural staff. -Manage multiple teams and coordinate games, scrimmages and tournaments -Understand logistics in tournament play, transportation, programming and coordination within the organization and working with other camps. -Strengthen leadership, teamwork and communication skills while experiencing the importance and impact of being a positive role model to hundreds of children. -Take advantage of networking and mentoring opportunities from our Leadership Team, Alumni and Parent Network. Internship Overview: As a Sports Management Intern, you will most likely be an Activity Specialist in your associated sport or discipline. You will be assigned a mentor, working closely with our Athletic, Program and Tournament Directors on tournament scheduling, coaching strategies, and managing equipment inventory, etc. You will also coach teams of your own and work directly with many department heads in all land and water sports. Interns in the past have kept journals, written essays or made a video documentary about their experience to show future employers (we also have a media staff that can help you create the perfect content for your resume!). Some of the sports we offer: Basketball Dance Field Hockey Flag Football Golf Gymnastics Lacrosse Martial Arts Fitness Quidditch Roller / Street Hockey Soccer Softball Swimming Tennis Track as a counselor, living in a cabin with campers and other co-counselors. Working at camp simply as a counselor, in-and-of-itself, provides hands-on experience and leadership opportunities, while building skills that hiring managers are looking for, such as flexibility, adaptability, initiative, self-direction, social and cross-cultural skills, productivity, accountability, leadership and responsibility. There are typically six, 50 minute long activity periods per day; you will be directly involved with the curriculum planning, participant engagement and execution of a successful program related to your sport with various age groups (boys and girls). When you are not at your specialty, you will be with your assigned group as a counselor, ensuring safety, team-building, growth and development in all activities and life at camp. Benefits of Working/Interning at Camp Towanda: -Individually tailored experience to meet your goals, working with school advisors so that you get the most out of your internship. -Hands on program, working directly in your discipline. -Real world work experience in the outdoors vs. an office or corporate setting, getting coffee or pushing papers. -Work with a diverse team from around the world, impacting and inspiring today’s youth. -Work on the set of the movie “Wet Hot American Summer”. Yup, it was filmed here! -Join a vast network of Staff, Alumni and Parents that can connect you with future endeavors. -THIS IS CAN BE A PAID INTERNSHIP. Job Requirements: Available mid-June thru mid-August (some department orientations begin early June) Candidates are required to complete at least one year of college Have a true desire and knowledge to share their skills with the next generation High School or College-level experience in their specialty Youth coaching/teaching experience a plus! Qualified references Great with children Strong work ethic Competitive salary, room and board, laundry, all meals included, travel reimbursement Paid Internships Available

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach | University of South Alabama

Mon, 2021-04-12 15:38
Mobile, Alabama, The University of South Alabama, a NCAA Division I institution, charter member of the Sun Belt Conference and located on the Gulf Coast in Mobile, Alabama, is seeking applicants for the Assistant Coach – Men’s Basketball position. The position responsibilities include leadership in all phases of a competitive program in accordance with University of South Alabama, Sun Belt Conference and NCAA rules and regulations. Duties include but are not limited to: recruiting and talent evaluation, practice organization, game preparation, monitoring student-athlete conditioning and academic progress, supervising coaching and support staff, creation and management of the program’s budget, oversight of facility preparation for practices, and active involvement in development activities. Other related duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Head Coach and/or Director of Athletics. Letters of application, with resume, and the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three references will be accepted via email to mbasketballassistant@southalabama.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately. Position is open until filled. This is a full time, 12-month position including employee benefits, salary commensurate with experience. Employment will require applicable background/credit checks. The University of South Alabama is an EO/AA employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression), religion, age, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status. Required qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution as approved and accepted by the University of South Alabama and two years of coaching experience, preferably at the collegiate level.        

Associate Athletic Director for Administration | Army West Point Athletic Association

Mon, 2021-04-12 15:23
West Point, New York, AWPAA seeks an Associate Athletics Director that serves as a member of the AWPAA executive staff that is committed to excellence and advancing the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics through its strategic plan and vision. This position will oversee daily operations in the areas of Sports Administration (overseeing 8-12 sport programs) as well as supporting cadet-athlete welfare and development initiatives and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion efforts across the department for Staff and cadet-athletes. Primary Duties and Responsibilities of this Position: Sport Administration: -Assist the Executive Associate Athletics Director with the coordination of the Sport Administration team. This position will have sport oversight responsibilities and duties for selected Varsity Sport Teams. Including but not limited to traveling with team, attending practices, establishing meetings with Coaching Staffs, and building rapport with Officer Representatives. -Manage recruiting efforts across all sports (partnering with Football recruiting staff and Strategic Communication staff). This will include enhancing efficiencies by establishing recruiting tools across sports, developing a repository for recruiting materials, formulate best practices, and organize and execute annual Recruiting Summit for Army West Point Coaching Staffs. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: -Actively pursue areas for improvement, programs to support, and ways to provide, opportunities for cadets of underrepresented races, religions, and socioeconomic backgrounds. -Create unique and innovative solutions and outlets for staff and cadets to explore their race within the parameters of the US Army and USMA regulations. -Communication and Collaboration with the Director of AWPAA Human Resources Cadet-Athlete Welfare & Development: -Take lead on Sexual Harassment and Response Programming (SHARP) efforts for AWPAA as it relates to larger Academy initiatives. -Assist with USMA Character Integration programming and efforts specific to intercollegiate athletics. -Support and work closely with the Team Captains/Student-athlete Advisory Committee. Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's Degree or equivalent combination of education and professional experience required. Master's Degree preferred Eight (8) years’ experience working full-time at a NCAA institution, professional sports organization, and/or other elite sporting institutions (e.g. USOC, etc.). Experience in leadership, decision-making, management, and supervision.  Ability to work effectively with a variety of people including various stakeholders of the program and institution. Must have exceptional skill to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Demonstrate good judgment and the ability to respond quickly and deal successfully under pressure and in a very open and public environment.  Leads by example with high personal expectations, character, and appropriate advocacy for the department. Demonstrate ability to plan, organize and prioritize assignments and work independently to complete assignments despite various deadlines, competing requirements and changing priorities.

Assistant Athletic Trainer | Wilmington College

Mon, 2021-04-12 15:04
Wilmington, Ohio, Wilmington College is accepting applications for the position of Assistant Athletic Trainer in the Athletic Department on the main campus in Wilmington. This is a 10 month, full time, exempt level position. The Assistant Athletic Trainer is responsible for team medical coverage, training room supervision, clinic instruction, supervision of student athletic trainers and assisting the head athletic trainer with administrative duties. Additional duties include: •Assist with supervising and maintaining training room facilities, equipment, and supplies •Assists with coordinating athletic training services to all intercollegiate athletic teams •Supervise and provide clinical education for athletic training students •Coordinate and maintain records on athletes including pre-participation exam forms, injury evaluations, and rehab/treatment records and coach’s reports •Assist with evaluation of athletic training majors •Provide information to visiting teams about athletic training services provided here at Wilmington College •Attend practices and games of assigned sports •Travel with assigned sports as needed •Coordinate AT health coverage for non-contact intercollegiate sporting events •Direct/assist coaches and equipment manager in selecting protective equipment •Responsible for duties assigned by the AT Program Director and Director of Athletics Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor’s degree plus minimum of 1 year of NATA-BOC certification and be Ohio licenses (or eligible). Evidence of management experience in broad range of activities. Excellent communication skills both verbally and written to a diverse population. Willingness to become an integral part of the College community and the community at large. Demonstrated organizational skills and ability to lead and supervise staff. For full consideration, candidates must apply and submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and three references to: Wilmington College, Director of Human Resources, Pyle Center 1187, 1870 Quaker Way, Wilmington, OH 45177-2499. Email submission of application materials to humanresources@wilmington.edu is encouraged. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. The Wilmington College Human Resources Office conducts background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer of employment. Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor’s degree plus minimum of 1 year of NATA-BOC certification and be Ohio licenses (or eligible).  Evidence of management experience in broad range of activities.  Excellent communication skills both verbally and written to a diverse population.  Willingness to become an integral part of the College community and the community at large.  Demonstrated organizational skills and ability to lead and supervise staff.

Director of Basketball Operations | UW Milwaukee

Mon, 2021-04-12 14:53
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Under the direction of the Head Coach and in accordance with all NCAA, Conference, State and Institutional rules and regulations, the incumbent will assist the Men’s basketball program in the areas of liaison with student-athletes; on-campus recruiting; student athlete team travel planning- and administration; supervision of student managers; community service liaison; office management and promotional activities; and other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications:    -Bachelor’s Degree in sports management, business management, exercise science, or a related field -At least 1 year of experience managing or administration of a collegiate athletic program.   Preferred Qualifications:         -Experience in Division I Athletics -Experience with NCAA rules and regulations as they apply to student athletes -Experience coordinating travel and compiling expense reports -Experience supervising student athletic sport managers including; hiring, payroll, orientation and scheduling -Collegiate playing and/or coaching experience

Head Coach of Cheerleading and Competitive Dance | Eastern University

Mon, 2021-04-12 14:46
St. Davids, Pennsylvania, Position Summary Eastern University is seeking applications for a Head Coach of Cheerleading and Competitive Dance. This position will report to the Director of Athletics and will play a vital role in a growing department. Eastern University competes in NCAA Division III in 21 sports. Both these programs will look to compete on a national level by Fall 22’. The Head Coach of Cheerleading and Competitive Dance will work tirelessly to recruit, coach, teach, and form relationships with our student-athletes during their time on campus. Ability to engage in fundraising opportunities both on and off campus for the betterment of the team and University. Position Responsibilities Duties will include, but are not limited to; The evaluation and selection of prospective student-athletes to compete competitively in Cheerleading and/or a Competitive Dance team. Responsible for teaching and choreographing cheer and dance routines for both programs. Conduct effective team practices both in and out of season. Development of a team schedule to meet all NCAA and MAC requirements, while competing on a local, regional and national level. Supervise, monitor and evaluate the academic progress of each student-athlete in accordance with University, MAC Conference and NCAA regulations to maintain athletic eligibility. Meet all recruitment goals set for the program by the Director of Athletics; including roster minimums for Cheerleading (24) and Competitive Dance (12). Regularly attend recruiting events and competitions throughout the year. Respect and represent the program in a professional manner. Monitor and adhere to Eastern University, Title IX, NCAA, and MAC policies, procedures and guidelines Embody values of caring and compassion, justice and integrity, competence and affirmation Seek to treat each member of the campus community with fairness, dignity and respect, seeking a spirit of unity and harmony as we join together to achieve our common mission. Qualifications A Bachelor’s degree is required.  Demonstrate knowledge in NCAA DIII rules along with the MAC Conference.  Prior coaching and/or cheer or dance experience is necessary.  Ability to learn and use various recruiting software and social media platforms. The ability, and desire, to work successfully within a team-oriented department environment is required.  A commitment to the Division III philosophy of athletics, a working knowledge of NCAA rules, and a demonstrated ability to recruit, retain and mentor student-athletes is essential.  Candidates must exhibit an understanding of, and support for, the University’s Christian Mission.   Additional qualifications include excellent interpersonal and organization skills and an ability to effectively communicate the mission and vision of Eastern University and the Athletic Department to alumni and friends of the university.

Assistant Men’s Lacrosse Coach | Eastern University

Mon, 2021-04-12 14:41
St. Davids, Pennsylvania, Position Summary The Men’s Lacrosse Assistant Coach will assist with all aspects of the program and support the Head Coach both on and off the field. The Assistant Coach will work tirelessly to recruit, coach, teach, and form relationships with our student-athletes during their time on campus. Will also assist with planning prospective student-athlete’s campus visits. Ability to engage in fundraising opportunities both on and off campus for the betterment of the team and University. Position Responsibilities Oversee all aspects of a JV program. Help the Head Coach maintain 55 student-athletes within the Men’s Lacrosse program. Coach and oversee a competitive JV program. Attend recruiting events in Fall, Spring and Summer. Recruit student athletes who embody Eastern’s core mission and values. Able to communicate well with peers and Head Coach. Assist in all aspects of coaching including practice planning, game film breakdown, holding individual skill sessions, etc. Assists with fundraising, road trips, spring break, prospective student athlete’s campus visits, official visit, and team bonding activities. Demonstrates commitment to the NCAA Division III philosophy and the student-athlete experience. Ability to work together with members of the athletic department staff and the student athletes on campus. Creativity for our social media platforms. Perform a secondary responsibility as assigned by the Director of Athletics. (Game Management, Facility oversight, etc) Embodies values of caring and compassion, justice and integrity, competence and affirmation. Seeks to treat each member of the campus community with fairness, dignity and respect seeking a spirit of unity and harmony as we join together to achieve our common mission. Qualifications A Bachelor’s degree is required. Demonstrate knowledge in NCAA DIII rules along with the MAC Conference.  Ability to learn and use various recruiting software and social media platforms. The ability, and desire, to work successfully within a team-oriented department environment is required.  A commitment to the Division III philosophy of athletics, a working knowledge of NCAA rules, and a demonstrated ability to recruit, retain and mentor student-athletes is essential.  Candidates must exhibit an understanding of, and support for, the University’s Christian Mission.  Additional qualifications include excellent interpersonal and organization skills and an ability to effectively communicate the mission and vision of Eastern University and the Athletic Department to alumni and friends of the university.

Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach | Eastern University

Mon, 2021-04-12 14:37
St. Davids, Pennsylvania, Position Summary The Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach will assist with all aspects of the program and support the Head Coach both on and off the field. The Assistant Coach will work tirelessly to recruit, coach, teach, and form relationships with our student-athletes during their time on campus. Position Responsibilities Oversee all aspects of a JV program. Help the Head Coach maintain 40 student-athletes within the soccer program Attend recruiting events in Fall, Spring and Summer. Recruit student athletes who embody Eastern’s core mission and values. Ability to communicate well with peers, recruits, and Head Coach. Assist in all aspects of coaching including practice planning, GK sessions, holding individual skill sessions, etc. Assists with fundraising, prospective student athlete’s campus visits (tours & lunches), and organization of team bonding activities. Train & run GK sessions at practice sessions if needed Demonstrates commitment to the NCAA Division III philosophy and the student-athlete experience. Ability to work together with members of the athletic department staff and the student athletes on campus. Perform a secondary responsibility as assigned by the Director of Athletics. (Game Management, Facility oversight, etc) Creativity for our social media platforms. Embodies values of caring and compassion, justice and integrity, competence and affirmation. Seeks to treat each member of the campus community with fairness, dignity and respect seeking a spirit of unity and harmony as we join to achieve our common mission. Monitor and adhere to Eastern University, Title IX, NCAA and MAC policies, procedures and guidelines Qualifications A Bachelor’s degree is required. Demonstrate knowledge in NCAA DIII rules along with the MAC Conference.  Ability to learn and use various recruiting software and social media platforms. The ability, and desire, to work successfully within a team-oriented department environment is required.  A commitment to the Division III philosophy of athletics, a working knowledge of NCAA rules, and a demonstrated ability to recruit, retain and mentor student-athletes is essential.  Candidates must exhibit an understanding of, and support for, the University’s Christian Mission.  Additional qualifications include excellent interpersonal and organization skills and an ability to effectively communicate the mission and vision of Eastern University and the Athletic Department to alumni and friends of the university.

Assistant Field Hockey Coach | Eastern University

Mon, 2021-04-12 14:23
St. Davids, Pennsylvania, Position Summary The Field Hockey Assistant will assist with all aspects of the program and support the Head Coach both on and off the field. The Graduate Assistant will work tirelessly to recruit, coach, teach, and form relationships with our student-athletes. Will also assist with planning prospective student-athlete’s campus visits. Ability to engage in fundraising opportunities both on and off campus for the betterment of the team and University. Position Responsibilities Attend recruiting events throughout the year. Recruit student athletes who embody Eastern’s core mission and values. Assist the Head Coach in maintaining a roster of 28 student-athletes. Able to communicate well with peers and Head Coach. Assist in all aspects of coaching including practice planning, game film breakdown, holding individual skill sessions, etc. Assists with fundraising, road trips, spring break, prospective student athlete’s campus visits, official visit, and team bonding activities. Demonstrates commitment to the NCAA Division III philosophy and the student-athlete experience. Ability to work together with members of the athletic department staff and the student athletes on campus. Creativity for our social media platforms. Perform a secondary responsibility as assigned by the Director of Athletics. (Game Management, Facility oversight, etc) Embodies values of caring and compassion, justice and integrity, competence and affirmation. Seeks to treat each member of the campus community with fairness, dignity and respect seeking a spirit of unity and harmony as we join to achieve our common mission. Monitor and adhere to Eastern University, Title IX, NCAA and MAC policies, procedures and guidelines Qualifications A Bachelor’s degree is required. Demonstrate knowledge in NCAA DIII rules along with the MAC Conference. The ability, and desire, to work successfully within a team-oriented department environment is required.  A commitment to the Division III philosophy of athletics, a working knowledge of NCAA rules, and a demonstrated ability to recruit, retain and mentor student-athletes is essential.  Candidates must exhibit an understanding of, and support for, the University’s Christian Mission.   Additional qualifications include excellent interpersonal and organization skills and an ability to effectively communicate the mission and vision of Eastern University and the Athletic Department to alumni and friends of the university.

Head Softball Coach | Bemidji State University

Mon, 2021-04-12 14:22
Bemidji, Minnesota, Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Initial review of applications will begin on May 12 th , so applications should be submitted by that time for guaranteed consideration. APPOINTMENT DATE: August 17, 2021 JOB TYPE: Fixed Term (0.75 FTE)   Bemidji State University (BSU) invites qualified applicants to join our team as the Head Softball Coach . BSU’s vision is to educate people to lead inspired lives. To accomplish BSU’s vision, the University prioritizes creating a culture in which diversity is embraced and all people are safe, welcome, and validated. BSU also prioritizes increasing engagement with Indigenous communities to become a destination university.   BSU is located amid the lakes and forests of northern Minnesota and occupies a wooded campus along the shore of Lake Bemidji. BSU balances rigorous academia with the opportunity to enjoy a fun, robust, outdoor culture. The proximity to the lake and the surrounding north woods allows easy access to an assortment of recreation. Major campus facilities are connected by all-season underground passages for safe and warm travel during the cold, winter months.   Enrolling around 5,000 students, BSU offers more than 70 undergraduate majors and eight graduate degrees encompassing arts, sciences and select professional programs. BSU is a member of the Minnesota State system of colleges and universities and has a faculty and staff of more than 550. BSU’s Shared Fundamental Values include civic engagement and leadership, international and multicultural understanding, belief in the power of the liberal arts, and environmental stewardship.   The BSU Intercollegiate Athletic Department sports programs are a member of Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC), Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) and Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA). BSU sponsors the following NSIC sports teams: football, men and women’s basketball, women’s soccer, volleyball, women’s cross country, women’s indoor and outdoor track and field, softball, baseball, men and women’s golf, and women’s tennis as a member of the NCAA Division II. The WCHA sponsors women’s ice hockey and the CCHA sponsors men’s ice hockey as members of the NCAA Division I. The Athletic department is fully committed to equity and to diversity in our faculty and students.   Responsibilities of the Head Softball Coach include: Serving as the Head Softball Coach teaching the sport of softball. Demonstrating a commitment to adhere to all rules and regulations of the NCAA Division II and NSIC. Demonstrating the ability to evaluate and recruit prospective student-athletes and retain student-athletes. Organizing the administration of practices and scheduling games. Monitoring the academic progress of student-athletes. Cultivating relationships with alumni to help support the program. Assisting in a fall sport for event management. Supervising the assistant coach and volunteer staff. Minimum qualifications for this position include: Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution. Knowledge of NCAA Division II and NSIC Rules. 2 years of softball coaching experience. Commitment to continuing education and professional development. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively.   Preferred qualifications include: Master’s Degree from an accredited institution. 2 years of NCAA Division I or II softball coaching experience. Knowledge of and interest in working with diverse cultures and populations.

Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach | Eastern University

Mon, 2021-04-12 14:20
St. Davids, Pennsylvania, Position Summary The Men’s Soccer Assistant Coach will assist with all aspects of the program and support the Head Coach both on and off the field. The Assistant Coach will work tirelessly to recruit, coach, teach, and form relationships with our student-athletes during their time on campus. Will also assist with planning prospective student-athlete’s campus visits. Ability to engage in fundraising opportunities both on and off campus for the betterment of the team and University. Position Responsibilities Oversee all aspects of a JV program. Help the Head Coach maintain 50 student-athletes within the soccer program Attend recruiting events in Fall, Spring and Summer. Recruit student athletes who embody Eastern’s core mission and values. Able to communicate well with peers and Head Coach. Assist in all aspects of coaching including practice planning, game film breakdown, holding individual skill sessions, etc. Assists with fundraising, road trips, prospective student athlete’s campus visits, official visit, and team bonding activities. Demonstrates commitment to the NCAA Division III philosophy and the student-athlete experience. Ability to work together with members of the athletic department staff and the student athletes on campus. Creativity for our social media platforms. Perform a secondary responsibility as assigned by the Director of Athletics. (game management, facility oversight, etc) Embodies values of caring and compassion, justice and integrity, competence and affirmation. Seeks to treat each member of the campus community with fairness, dignity and respect seeking a spirit of unity and harmony as we join to achieve our common mission. Monitor and adhere to Eastern University, Title IX, NCAA and MAC policies, procedures and guidelines A Bachelor’s degree is required. Demonstrate knowledge in NCAA DIII rules along with the MAC Conference.  Ability to learn and use various recruiting software and social media platforms. The ability, and desire, to work successfully within a team-oriented department environment is required.  A commitment to the Division III philosophy of athletics, a working knowledge of NCAA rules, and a demonstrated ability to recruit, retain and mentor student-athletes is essential.  Candidates must exhibit an understanding of, and support for, the University’s Christian Mission.   Additional qualifications include excellent interpersonal and organization skills and an ability to effectively communicate the mission and vision of Eastern University and the Athletic Department to alumni and friends of the university.

Assistant Baseball Coach | Eastern University

Mon, 2021-04-12 14:14
St. Davids, Pennsylvania, Position Summary The Baseball Assistant Coach will assist with all aspects of the program and support the Head Coach both on and off the field. The Assistant Coach will oversee a JV program and work tirelessly to recruit, coach, teach, and form relationships with our student-athletes during their time on campus. Will also assist with planning prospective student-athlete’s campus visits. Ability to engage in fundraising opportunities both on and off campus for the betterment of the team and University. Position Responsibilities Attend recruiting events in Fall, Spring and Summer. Recruit student athletes who embody Eastern’s core mission and values. Help the Head Coach maintain a roster of 55 student-athletes within the baseball program. Coach and oversee a competitive JV program. Able to communicate well with peers and Head Coach. Assist in all aspects of coaching including practice planning, game film breakdown, holding individual skill sessions, etc. Assists with fundraising, road trips, spring break, prospective student athlete’s campus visits, official visit, and team bonding activities. Demonstrates commitment to the NCAA Division III philosophy and the student-athlete experience. Ability to work together with members of the athletic department staff and the student athletes on campus. Creativity for our social media platforms. Perform a secondary responsibility as assigned by the Director of Athletics. (Game Management, Facility oversight, etc) Embodies values of caring and compassion, justice and integrity, competence and affirmation. Seeks to treat each member of the campus community with fairness, dignity and respect seeking a spirit of unity and harmony as we join to achieve our common mission. Monitor and adhere to Eastern University, Title IX, NCAA and MAC policies, procedures and guidelines Qualifications A Bachelor’s degree is required.. Demonstrate knowledge in NCAA DIII rules along with the MAC Conference. The ability, and desire, to work successfully within a team-oriented department environment is required.  A commitment to the Division III philosophy of athletics, a working knowledge of NCAA rules, and a demonstrated ability to recruit, retain and mentor student-athletes is essential.  Candidates must exhibit an understanding of, and support for, the University’s Christian Mission.   Additional qualifications include excellent interpersonal and organization skills and an ability to effectively communicate the mission and vision of Eastern University and the Athletic Department to alumni and friends of the university.

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