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Graduate Assistant – Women’s Basketball | Edgewood College

Wed, 2021-04-07 16:10
Madison, Wisconsin, Edgewood College seeks qualified candidates for the position of Graduate Assistant serving as one of three assistants for the Women’s Basketball program. Athletics plays an important role in the life of the campus, including but, not limited to the following: enhancing the learning experience for student-athletes, creating opportunities for uniting the campus community, publicly demonstrating the College’s values and mission, and contributing to the achievement of the College’s enrollment goals. This position will be active in supporting the College’s Mission and Vision, and will strictly adhere to NCAA, Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference and Institutional rules. This is a ten-month position with a full tuition waiver at Edgewood College (18 credit hours per year) and stipend. Responsibilities: •Recruiting •Game preparation •Ability to participate in practice and drills •Individual workouts with players •Instruction and assistance with two weeks of summer basketball camp •Game film study and preparation •Game day meal planning and organization •Investment in lives and growth of student-athletes •Assisting head coach in all phases of student-athlete mentoring and evaluation •Other administrative duties as assigned. Necessary Education or Work Experience: Bachelors degree in a related field from an accredited institution required Candidate must be admitted to the graduate program at Edgewood College Required Knowledge and Skills: Candidates should also have a strong undergraduate academic record Collegiate playing experience Advanced skill and/or teaching/coaching experience Excellent communication (verbal and written) skills. General understanding of NCAA III rules Ability to relate to a diverse population Understanding of and ability to support the Edgewood College Mission and Values Specialized Technology Skills: Comfortable with Office 365 platform Demonstrated comfort with social media (Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, etc.) Other Qualifications Edgewood College, an Equal Opportunity Employer, is committed to academic excellence through diversity in its faculty, staff, and students. Candidates must demonstrate multicultural competence — the awareness, knowledge, and skills needed to work with others who are culturally different from self in meaningful, relevant, and productive ways. Applicants from traditionally underrepresented populations including women and racial and ethnic minorities are especially encouraged to apply. The selected candidate must actively support the mission of the College by working with faculty, staff and students to share in our core values — truth, compassion, justice, partnership, and community. Candidate must be able to start August 16, 2021. To apply :  Send a cover letter, resume, and references to:   Edgewood College Human Resources – GACW 1000 Edgewood College Drive Madison, WI 53711 E-mail: humanresources@edgewood.edu Equal Opportunity Employer

Graduate Assistant - Track and Cross Country | Edgewood College

Wed, 2021-04-07 16:09
Madison, Wisconsin, This position reports directly to the Head Coach for Cross Country and Track, under the direction of the Director of Athletics.  The position is responsible for program support of the Edgewood College Cross Country and Track Programs.  Athletics plays an important role in the life of the campus, including but, not limited to the following: enhancing the learning experience for student-athletes, creating opportunities for uniting the campus community, publicly demonstrating the College’s values and mission, and contributing to the achievement of the College’s enrollment goals. This position will be active in supporting the College’s Mission and Vision, and will strictly adhere to NCAA, Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference and Institutional rules. Responsibilities: Sport Teaching Assist each team member in reaching their athletic potential, in a manner consistent with the College’s Values. Teach team members proper techniques, strategies and, skills that foster growth, development of potential and, opportunities to achieve success Support the Head Coach in developing a strong sense of team within the Program, the Department and the College. Assist in organized and productive practice sessions Prepare team members for high levels of collegiate competition Support the academic and future occupational goals of each team member Model and foster appropriate sportsmanship, competitiveness, and humility Record Keeping Maintain various data bases and research data needed for scouting reports and recruiting. Recruiting Identify outstanding student-athlete candidates for Edgewood College and the Program. Develop relationships with recruited student-athletes and parents/guardians. Develop relationships with high school/club coaches, teachers, alumni, and others that can aid in the recruitment of student-athletes. Organize, coordinate, and delegate recruiting tasks including recruiting correspondence via mail, email, telephone, social media and others forms as needed to coaching staff Work closely with the Admissions Office on all recruiting activities. Compliance Oversight Maintain a current working knowledge of NCAA and conference regulations, and assist in the adherence to them. Other Assist in travel arrangements, academic monitoring, purchasing apparel/equipment, and other needs for the program. Other duties as assigned. mployer  Necessary Education or Work Experience: Bachelors degree in a related field from an accredited institution required Admission to an Edgewood College graduate program Knowledge of Track and Cross Country. Experience in competing in both or either is preferred Must have a valid Driver’s License and outstanding driving record   Required Knowledge and Skills: Excellent communication (verbal and written) skills. General understanding of NCAA III rules Ability to relate to a diverse population Understanding of and ability to support the Edgewood College Mission and Values Ability to relate and recruit student on the benefits of an Edgewood College Education Specialized Technology Skills: Comfortable with Office 365 platform Demonstrated comfort with social media (Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, etc.) Other Qualifications: Edgewood College, an Equal Opportunity Employer, is committed to academic excellence through diversity in its faculty, staff, and students. Candidates must demonstrate multicultural competence — the awareness, knowledge, and skills needed to work with others who are culturally different from self in meaningful, relevant, and productive ways. Applicants from traditionally underrepresented populations including women and racial and ethnic minorities are especially encouraged to apply. The selected candidate must actively support the mission of the College by working with faculty, staff and students to share in our core values — truth, compassion, justice, partnership, and community. To apply :  Send a cover letter, resume, and references to: Edgewood College Human Resources – GACT 1000 Edgewood College Drive Madison, WI 53711 E-mail: humanresources@edgewood.edu Equal Opportunity Employer

The Assistant Track & XC Coach | Covenant College

Wed, 2021-04-07 16:09
Lookout Mountain, Georgia, Discipleship Discipleship of men and women in the program to facilitate spiritual growth Teaching and modeling the value of Christian competition Monitoring academic performance of student athletes and partnering with Student Development for discipleship, development and retention of student athletes Recruiting Recruiting and retaining quality student athletes who understand and embrace Covenant College’s mission and vision Find student athletes that are equipped with the ability to achieve academic and athletic success Working in conjunction with the head coach to fill a roster of 40 student athletes Excellence Regularly fielding a highly competitive team within the conference On-field coaching and instruction, preferably with a focus on the sprints, jumps, and/or throws Opponent scouting, including video edits and scouting reports Handling all social media accounts for the Covenant Track & XC program Service Contributing and caring for the development and growth of the athletic department as a whole in tangible ways Creating service and mission opportunities for student athletes to invest in the community Administrative Effectiveness Effective stewardship of resources in the program Approaching every facet of this position with a high degree of professionalism Responsible for an administrative role within the Athletic Department. This position will be assigned by the Director of Athletics at the beginning of each academic year once all primary staff positions have been determined. Examples of possible roles include, but are not limited to: game day management, intramurals, sports information, sport ministry, or student employee oversight To Apply: Please email: cover letter, resume, statement of faith, and contact information for 3-5 references to Director of Athletics, Dr. Tim Sceggel at tim.sceggel@covenant.edu. No phone calls please. Bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree preferred. Experience in coaching track and / or cross country, collegiate level coaching preferred. A strong understanding of and commitment to NCAA Division III. A commitment to adhering to all policies, rules, and regulations of Covenant College, USA South Athletic Conference and the NCAA. Ability to work cooperatively with other administrators, coaches, students and faculty members. Good written and oral communication skills. A strong understanding of and commitment to Scripture, the Westminster Standards, the doctrinal standards of the PCA and the mission of Covenant College as a Christian liberal arts college. An acceptance of and commitment to Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord.

Director of Athletics, Recreation and Physical Education | Mount Saint Mary College

Wed, 2021-04-07 14:38
Newburgh, New York, The Director of Athletics, Recreation, and Physical Education, as a member of the Student Affairs staff, is responsible for directing and leading student athletes within the College’s and Athletic Department’s mission statement and within the guidelines and principles of NCAA Division III membership. The duties of the position include, but are not limited to, the following: Primary Duties and Responsibilities 1.Manage all facets of the athletic program including overseeing of staff, coaches, facilities, athletic training, fundraising, scheduling, and the hiring and training of staff. 2.Daily oversight for 21 intercollegiate sports programs which include NCAA, ECAC, and Skyline conference matters. 3.Work cooperatively with the Office of Admissions to support the recruitment of student athletes, including projecting and achieving team recruitment goals. 4.Ensure campus compliance with NCAA Division III regulations, Title IX, and college and/or state policies; ensure necessary reports are filed to include EADA filing and all reports for NCAA. 5.Conduct meaningful supervision and performance evaluations of all professional staff in the department, which includes attending team practices and games to provide in-person support. 6.Oversee and manage the athletic departmental budget. 7.Assist coaches in developing strong academic and social intervention programs to bolster student-athlete success, retention, and graduation rates. 8.Work closely with the Faculty Athletic Representative (FAR) to foster student-athlete success. 9.Provide oversight to ensure quality intramural and recreation offerings. 10.Plan and implement a yearly “Hall of Fame” induction ceremony. 11.Administer and assess department programs as directed by the Vice President for Students; vision to implement new program initiatives as appropriate. 12.Plan and implement physical education courses as well as the hiring and supervising of the instructors under the oversight of the VPAA and Office of the Registrar. 13.Oversee equipment and inventory management. 14.Oversee the coordination of outside vendors including bus transportation, referees, student-athlete meals, etc. 15.Oversee the Senior Administrator, and the SAAC program. 16.Work with Sports Information Director on daily administrative duties. 17.Work with the Assistant Director on the scheduling of game day managers to ensure effective game day administration, as well as building staff for the daily running of the athletic facilities 18.Develop, plan, and implement approved marketing and fundraising efforts to advance MSMC athletics. 19.Oversee the summer camps coordinator with camp budgets, revenues and expenses, enrollment numbers, hiring of workers, safety of camps, etc. 20.Develop collaborative and effective relationships with various campus offices, including but not limited to admissions, financial aid, registrar, student accounts, academic affairs, facilities and operations, etc. 21.Work with the local and regional communities on matters associated with Mount Saint Mary College athletics. 22.Represent the college on Skyline Conference matters, NCAA and ECAC committees, and other regional associations when applicable, as well as work with the NCAA on grants and other initiatives. 23.Other duties as assigned by the Vice President for Students and/or her designee. Requirements Bachelor's degree required; Master's degree preferred in a relevant field Minimum of three to five years administrative experience preferably as Director or an Assistant Director at NCAA Division III institution Proficiency with NCAA Division III rules and regulations Proven track record of strong leadership, management, and supervisory skills Must possess computer skills, written and verbal communications skills, and organizational skills Ability to work evenings and weekends Demonstrated experience with fund-raising and athletic recruitment

Athletic Director | University of Wisconsin-Madison

Wed, 2021-04-07 13:48
Madison, Wisconsin, The University of Wisconsin–Madison (UW–Madison) invites applications and nominations for the position of Athletic Director (AD). The AD leads the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Athletic Department, a program with a sustained legacy of success on the playing field and in the classroom. In both men’s and women’s sports, UW Athletics has had success at both the Big Ten conference and national level. The program has operating revenue of approximately $130 million and an overall impact of $610 million on the state economy. In addition, UW has one of the most loyal fan and donor bases in all of intercollegiate athletics. The University of Wisconsin-Madison has a long tradition of providing student athletes with a great education, strong support, and a first-rate experience in their sport. Like all programs UW-Madison strives to provide an excellent record of athletic performance, but understands that this is only part of the holistic student-athlete experience. UW-Madison student-athletes in all sports consistently show strong academic performance and the athletic program has a strong academic support unit, part of Wisconsin’s notable Forward360 services. Student athletes also participate in Badgers Give Back, a program that matches them with volunteer activities in the community. UW-Madison prides itself on running an athletics program with a high degree of integrity on and off the field. UW-Madison’s student-athletes graduate at a rate higher than student-athletes nationwide. The athletic program also provides support to student-athletes in many ways, from mental health counseling to nutrition coaching to a guarantee to pay for degree completion for student-athletes who depart UW before earning an undergraduate degree. The Athletic Director leads the Athletic Department at the university. This position provides oversight for all aspects of the varsity athletic programs sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW), including matters pertaining to personnel, academic and athletic success, budget, facilities, operations, fundraising, compliance, and student-athlete welfare and development. The Athletic Director guides the overall direction of the athletic department in concert with the values and mission of the UW. The Athletic Director identifies, hires, supports, and evaluates head coaches in all 23 Badger varsity sports. The AD is responsible for fielding teams that sustain competitive success at commensurate or greater levels in comparison with Badger teams in recent history, and oversees the planning and operation of the unit’s approximately $130 million annual budget. The AD works collaboratively with senior-level UW campus administration, and develops and sustains consistent, transparent communication with the athletic board chair and faculty athletics representatives in the context of the UW’s shared governance infrastructure. We strongly encourage applications from candidates who foster and promote the values of diversity and inclusion. A bachelor’s degree is required; additional education is a plus if it adds to the required skill set. The ideal candidate will possess extensive experience in, and understanding of, Division I intercollegiate athletics. Senior management experience with university athletic programs, including experience with budgets, facilities, operations, personnel, academics, compliance, and student-athlete development, is desired. The position requires an ability to build a first-rate working culture throughout all levels of the department. A demonstrated commitment to the holistic student-athlete experience, including not just athletic success, but also robust opportunities athletically, socially, and in transitions to post-college success, is desired. The candidate must demonstrate a commitment to diversity and inclusion. Qualified candidates will show an effectiveness in high-stakes decision-making around scheduling, post-season play, media, corporate sponsorship, and risk management in campus, conference, and national settings. Strong verbal, communication, and problem-solving skills are a must. The position requires a candidate who is able to set and pursue strategic goals in a high-pressure, ever-changing environment. Experience with successful fundraising and alumni relations is preferred. Candidates must display strong personal integrity, and an understanding of the University of Wisconsin-Madison – including its history, mission, values, culture, and importance to the people of the state.

Graduate Assistant for Athletic Communications | Lincoln Memorial University Athletic Department

Wed, 2021-04-07 11:31
Harrogate, Tennessee, Lincoln Memorial University Graduate Assistant for Athletic Communications Reports to: Director of Athletic Communications Department: Athletics Classification: Graduate Assistant Deadline: June 1st, 2021 Lincoln Memorial University Athletic Department is seeking to hire a graduate assistant for athletic communications beginning August 2021. The Graduate Assistant will assist with the day-to-day operations while having a concentration on enhancing the image of LMU Athletics and its 25 varsity teams for fans and student-athletes. This position offers full tuition for the MBA, MSBA, MED or MSCJ programs, on-campus housing, and 50 meals per semester in the on-campus dining hall. Duties and Responsibilities: Responsibilities include oversight and maintenance of LMU’s official athletic website ( LMURailsplitters.com ), including writing press releases and producing various content and publications. Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to, serving as the primary contact for multiple LMU athletic programs, managing social media platforms in relation to teams assigned, creating social media and website content, as well as performing in-game duties such as public address, scoreboard operation, statistical input, clock management, social media updates, and music preparation. Other duties assigned by athletic administration.    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: LMU Athletics is looking for a graduate assistant with previous experience in collegiate athletics as a student-athlete or employee, strong written and verbal communication skills, creative and innovative ideas, organization, time management, and leadership skills. Experience in the Adobe Creative Suite, including Photoshop, InDesign, and Premiere Pro, is preferred.   Qualifications: Candidates must be interested in pursuing a career within college athletics or the sports industry. Bachelor’s degree required as well as successful admission to the Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Business Analytics, Master of Education or Master of Science in Criminal Justice graduate programs of the University, maintenance of satisfactory progress toward a graduate degree, and a letter of assignment as a graduate assistant signed by the President of the University. To Apply: Please send a cover letter, resume, and references to manuel.bolanos@lmunet.edu .  

Head Women’s Volleyball Coach | St. Mary's University (TX)

Wed, 2021-04-07 11:27
San Antonio, Texas, The Head Volleyball Coach is an essential member of the coaching staff, who provides leadership and vision within the Athletics Department, as well as among the student athletes. This person reports to the Director of Athletics and is responsible for various aspects of the program, such as recruiting, scheduling opponents, fundraising, strength & conditioning, developing annual service/engagement projects for student-athletes, planning and preparation for matches and practices, mentoring and evaluating student-athletes, academic monitoring, and other duties as assigned. The position is required to abide by the rules and regulations established by St. Mary’s University, the Lone Star Conference and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). In addition, this person must be committed to the educational mission of the University. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Ability to motivate and lead student-athletes toward competitive and academic success. Proven experience working with and improving the performance of elite volleyball student-athletes. Teach and instruct the technical and motivational aspects of the sport to all student-athletes. Develop, coordinate and supervise practice and training of all student-athletes. Experience in recruiting highly competitive individuals while supporting the development of each student-athlete spiritually, academically, physically and socially. Support the individual academic goals of student-athletes and provide opportunities for academic assistance to student-athletes if required, monitoring the academic progress of each participating student-athlete. Observe all St. Mary’s University, Lone Star Conference, and NCAA policies and requirements Ability to work effectively with faculty, staff and students from a variety of diverse backgrounds. Other Duties: Prepare, evaluate and maintain administrative and certification data for each student-athlete including the scheduling of games, practices and academic counseling of each student Raise funds to enhance the Women’s Volleyball budget Maintain the budget for the Women’s Volleyball program Oversee a full-time assistant coach Valid driver’s license Assist with other athletic department duties as needed EDUCATION:  Bachelor’s degree from accredited institution. Master’s degree preferred. EXPERIENCE:  Requires excellent speaking, writing and basic computer skills.  Ability to articulate ideas and strategies.  Coaching experience at the collegiate level preferred PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing this role, the employee will be regularly required to sit, walk, and stand; talk and hear, both in person and by telephone; and use hands repetitively to operate standard office equipment; and occasionally required to lift up to 40 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this position include close vision, distance vision, and the ability to adjust focus. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.   Applications will begin being reviewed immediately and the position will remain open until filled.  Questions, inquiries, and nominations can be forwarded to Dr. Kurt Patberg, Senior Vice President of Athletics Staffing and Consultants at kpatberg.ASC@gmail.com

Graduate Assistant for Athletic Communications and Game Operations | Lincoln Memorial University Athletic Department

Wed, 2021-04-07 11:26
Harrogate, Tennessee, Lincoln Memorial University Graduate Assistant for Athletic Communications and Game Operations Reports to: Assistant Athletic Director of Internal Operations, Director of Athletic Communications Department: Athletics Classification: Graduate Assistant Deadline: June 1st, 2021 The Lincoln Memorial University Athletics Department is seeking to hire a graduate assistant for athletic communications and game operations beginning August 2021. The Graduate Assistant will assist with the day-to-day operations of the athletic communications department, helping to enhance the university and athletic department’s brand through various forms of media communication and game operations. This position offers full tuition for the MBA, MSBA, MED or MSCJ programs, on-campus housing, and 50 meals per semester in the on-campus dining hall. Duties and Responsibilities: Responsibilities include but are not limited to; Oversight of the university’s athletics website (LMURailsplitters.com); Creating content via LMU Railsplitters’ social platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, etc.); Serving as the main media contact for 2-4 athletic teams/programs; Assist with coordination of game management tasks and communication for all home events; Assist with management and oversight of department’s athletics facilities; Other duties assigned by Athletic Administration.  Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: LMU Athletics is looking for a graduate assistant with previous experience in athletics as a student-athlete, intern, or an employee with strong written and verbal communication skills, creative and innovative ideas, planning, organizing, time management, problem-solving, and leadership skills. Must be able to work individually and collaborate with others effectively. Knowledge of StatCrew, PrestoSports, SIDEARM and NCAA Live Stats is preferred. Experience in calling and/or inputting stats, and knowledge of rules for any of the following is preferred: Basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, lacrosse, field hockey, and soccer. Experience with the Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, InDesign, Premiere, AfterEffects, etc.) or other video-editing software is preferred.   Qualifications: Candidates must be interested in pursuing a career within college athletics or the sports industry. Bachelor’s degree required as well as successful admission to the Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Business Analytics, Master of Education or Master of Science in Criminal Justice graduate programs of the University, maintenance of satisfactory progress toward a graduate degree, and a letter of assignment as a graduate assistant signed by the President of the University. To Apply: Please send a cover letter, resume, and references to manuel.bolanos@lmunet.edu .

Head Athletic Trainer | Northwest Missouri State University

Wed, 2021-04-07 11:06
Maryville, Missouri, PRIMARY DUTY: The Head Athletic Trainer is responsible for all activities related to the Athletic Training room and the Athletic Training Program affiliated with the athletics department at Northwest Missouri State University. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Coordinates medical coverage for all athletic events including practice and competition Oversees the care and prevention of injuries and the rehabilitation of injuries for all sports Supervises assistant athletic trainers, graduate assistant athletic trainers and athletic training student workers as appropriate Administrates all aspects of the athletic training program including pre-participation screening, insurance claims management, and other appropriate record keeping Implement, update, and manage institutional athletic drug testing program Acts as NCAA Athletic Healthcare Administrator for Northwest Athletics Coordinate and manage athletic billing Serves as a member of the Athletics Administrative Team Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics REQUIREMENTS: Education: Master’s degree Certification/License: Driver’s license; NATABOC Certified Athletic Trainer and Licensed Athletic Trainer in State of Missouri Experience: Athletic training experience at the collegiate level WORKING CONDITIONS: This position must work and travel nights, weekends, and holidays as necessary. This position must purchase and maintain a cellular device and service that will be used for work functions. This position must be responsible for plan choices, calling areas, service features, terminations clauses, and paying for all charges associated with the cellular device and service. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Supervise and direct assistant coaches/graduate assistants EQUIPMENT/MATERIALS USED: Athletic training equipment TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Ability to lift up to 50 pounds COMMUNITY: Northwest Missouri State University is located in Maryville, Missouri, a community of 12,000 with a diverse economy and a strong industrial base. Maryville is located 45 miles north of St. Joseph, Missouri, and 90 miles north of Kansas City, Missouri. For more information visit the city’s website at www.maryville.org. UNIVERSITY: With an enrollment of more than 7,200 students, Northwest is a coeducational, primarily residential four-year university that offers a broad range of undergraduate and selected graduate programs on its Maryville campus as well as its Northwest-Kansas City location at the Northland Innovation Center and through Northwest Online. Founded in 1905, Northwest places a high emphasis on profession-based learning to help graduates get a jumpstart on their careers. Students have opportunities to build their résumés with experiences on campus in nearly every area of study, including the Horace Mann Laboratory School, National Public Radio affiliate KXCV, the R.T. Wright Farm, Mozingo Outdoor Education Recreation Area or Knacktive, a student-driven integrated digital marketing communications agency. The University is a national model for student success and career placement. In addition, 96 percent of Northwest bachelor’s degree earners and 99 percent of master’s degree earners secure employment or continue their education within six months of graduation, according to the most recent data. Zippia, a career website, names Northwest the best college in Missouri for getting a job. Furthermore, its vibrant and diverse learning community offers more than 150 student organizations, and textbooks and a laptop are included in tuition, which is among the lowest in the nation, saving students an estimated $7,200 over four years. Northwest also offers 1,200 student employment positions, allowing students to build professional skills through its internationally benchmarked student employment program. Designated the Missouri Arboretum, the Northwest campus was named one of the “50 Most Amazing University Botanical Gardens and Arboretums in the U.S.” For more information about Northwest and its performance, visit www.nwmissouri.edu. APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open until filled DATE AVAILABLE: July 2021 TO APPLY: Please fill out a Northwest application online by clicking http://agency.governmentjobs.com/nwmissouri/default.cfm to reach our employment opportunities listing. You will also need to submit a cover letter, resume, and the contact information for three references in order for your application materials to be complete. Please contact the Office of Human Resources at 660-562-1127 or email mdrake@nwmissouri.edu for more information. REQUIREMENTS: Education: Master’s degree Certification/License: Driver’s license; NATABOC Certified Athletic Trainer and Licensed Athletic Trainer in State of Missouri Experience: Athletic training experience at the collegiate level

Assistant Women's Wrestling Coach | William Jewell College

Wed, 2021-04-07 10:44
Liberty, Missouri, Reporting to the Head Wrestling Coach (M/W), the Assistant Women’s Wrestling Coach assists with all aspects of the Women’s Wrestling program, which includes recruiting, training, and coaching student-athletes participating in the sport. As a member of the Jewell Community, the Assistant Women’s Wrestling Coach is fully responsible for compliance with all College policies and procedures in addition to all applicable bylaws of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC). At William Jewell College, Intercollegiate Athletics are a meaningful part of a student’s educational experience and valued as a co-curricular activity. Responsibilities •Assist the Head Coach in providing coaching and instruction in the sport. •Conduct the sport program in strict accordance with applicable NCAA and GLVC bylaws. •Fully comply with all established College policies and procedures •Promote academic excellence and graduation by monitoring academic progress, study tables, academic meetings, and class attendance. •Assist the head coach in planning and administering practice sessions and other related training activities •Plan and conduct on–campus recruiting events for official and unofficial visits. •Evaluate talent and recruit prospective student-athletes in coordination with the Office of Admissions. •Drive vans to transport team when appropriate •Submit appropriate reports and forms to administrative staff as requested •Assist with all planning of team travel to away contests. •Plan, promote and conduct camps, clinics, and/or lessons. •Participate in community service and fund-raising activities. •Other related duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities •Bachelor’s degree in physical education or related field is preferred with a demonstrated commitment to excellence in academic program of study. •Progressive experience as a coach in the sport, with collegiate experience preferred •Familiarity with appropriate athletic governing organization rules and regulations (NCAA, NWCA, WCWA, GLVC) •Experience coaching or competing in Freestyle Wrestling •Strong interpersonal and organizational communications. •An understanding of the unique opportunities and challenges in the environment of private higher education •Have, or be willing to obtain, a Missouri Class E License. Working Conditions: •Ability to work in varying temperatures. •Ability to engage in on-mat practice with students participating in the sport. •Evening and weekend work required, out of town travel required. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees in this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications of employees assigned to this job. Application Procedure Candidates must submit the following documents: Letter of application Resume Salary requirements – in the application Please note: Incomplete submissions will not be considered. Applicants who need accommodation for the application or interview process, please make such accommodation request in advance to the Office of Human Resources: William Jewell College Office of Human Resources 500 College Hill Box 1017 Liberty, MO 64068 (816) 415-6904 Availability Review of applications will begin immediately, opened until filled.   All final candidates must successfully pass a criminal background check prior to beginning employment.   Our Mission:  We educate our community to ask reflective questions, apply critical thought, and act with purpose. William Jewell College is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, genetic information, disability, or veteran status.

Head Volleyball Coach | Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns

Wed, 2021-04-07 10:43
LAFAYETTE, Louisiana, The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Athletics Department is seeking a qualified Head Volleyball Coach. This position will report directly to the Assistant Director of Athletics for Student Athletics Academic Services. This position directs all activities of the Volleyball Program within NCAA, Sun Belt Conference, and UL Lafayette Policies, guidelines, and procedures. This position is responsible for maintaining high academic standards to support the academic development and graduation of student-athletes while focusing on student-athlete welfare; successfully directing the Volleyball program to compete for NCAA Championships; recruiting student-athletes; maintaining a culture of personal accountability in student-athlete performance and conduct; and developing the plan and direction of all practices, travel, and game activities. - Execute all responsibilities as Head Volleyball Coach in a manner that reflects an ongoing commitment to the excellence, integrity and success of the Volleyball program, the Athletic Department, and the University of Louisiana. - Prepare and organize daily practice sessions and game preparation for competition. - Organize and administer the recruiting of prospective student-athletes in accordance with the NCAA, Sun Belt Conference and the University of Louisiana policies and procedures. - Engage in regular consultation with athletic trainers and team physicians to maximize the health and well-being of student-athletes. - Promote the overall welfare of student-athletes at all times. - Engage in regular consultation with strength and conditioning coach to schedule conditioning sessions to maximize student-athlete performance. - Conduct the sport program by always promoting an atmosphere of compliance with all NCAA, conference, institutional and federal rules and regulations. - Report all known or suspected violations of NCAA or conference regulations to the Compliance Office, any Associate AD, Deputy AD, or the Director of Athletics. - Maintain required compliance documents and other documents needed to demonstrate the principle of Head Coach Responsibility. - Conduct the sport program so that each student-athlete is an integral part of the student body and his/her experience in athletics enhances the educational experience. - Recommend through proper personnel procedures the hiring and/or termination of assistant coaches. - Recommend and prepare the scheduling of all contests under the guidelines provided by budget, program scope, and all applicable Departmental guidelines, rules and regulations. - Recognize the importance of promoting the sport to the general public. - Recommend all expenditures for budget and authorize all expense vouchers; solely responsible for keeping expenditures within the budget. - Demonstrate sportsmanship and the highest level of personal integrity. - Maintain a firm commitment to the academic mission of the University and to the educational advancement of the student-athlete; directly responsible for the academic progress of all student-athletes on the team. - Support the educational mission of the University and the professional obligation to enhance intercollegiate athletics by providing opportunities to educate students interested in this field. - Serve as an ambassador of the University and its Athletics Department to all public entities. - Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: - Exhibit excellent written and verbal communication, organizational, public relations, interpersonal, customer service, and supervisory skills when working with student-athletes, faculty, staff, coaches, and administration. - Ability to multi-task and work cooperatively with others; commitment to working with multi-cultural populations. - Have strong work ethic and be a person of high integrity and character who shares a commitment for knowing and complying with NCAA, Conference, and Institutional rules as they apply to the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Athletics program. - Ability to work extended daily hours, evenings, weekends, and holidays as needed. - Bachelor's degree (Master’s preferred) from a regionally accredited institution. - Minimum of three (3) years of Volleyball coaching or other comparable experience; preferably at a NCAA Division I Program.

Assistant Men's Wrestling Coach | William Jewell College

Wed, 2021-04-07 10:35
Liberty, Missouri, Reporting to the Head Wrestling Coach (M/W), the Assistant Men’s Wrestling Coach assists with all aspects of the Men’s Wrestling program, which includes recruiting, training, and coaching student-athletes participating in the sport. As a member of the Jewell Community, the Assistant Men’s Wrestling Coach is fully responsible for compliance with all College policies and procedures in addition to all applicable bylaws of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC). At William Jewell College, Intercollegiate Athletics are a meaningful part of a student’s educational experience and valued as a co-curricular activity. Responsibilities •Assist the Head Coach in providing coaching and instruction in the sport. •Conduct the sport program in strict accordance with applicable NCAA and GLVC bylaws. •Fully comply with all established College policies and procedures •Promote academic excellence and graduation by monitoring academic progress, study tables, academic meetings, and class attendance. •Assist the head coach in planning and administering practice sessions and other related training activities •Plan and conduct on–campus recruiting events for official and unofficial visits. •Evaluate talent and recruit prospective student-athletes in coordination with the Office of Admissions. •Drive vans to transport team when appropriate •Submit appropriate reports and forms to administrative staff as requested •Assist with all planning of team travel to away contests. •Plan, promote and conduct camps, clinics, and/or lessons. •Participate in community service and fund-raising activities. •Other related duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities •Bachelor’s degree in physical education or related field is preferred with a demonstrated commitment to excellence in academic program of study. •Progressive experience as a coach in the sport, with collegiate experience preferred •Familiarity with appropriate athletic governing organization rules and regulations (NCAA, GLVC) •Experience coaching or competing in Folkstyle Wrestling •Strong interpersonal and organizational communications. •An understanding of the unique opportunities and challenges in the environment of private higher education •Have, or be willing to obtain, a Missouri Class E License. Working Conditions: •Ability to work in varying temperatures. •Ability to engage in on-mat practice with students participating in the sport. •Evening and weekend work required, out of town travel required. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees in this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications of employees assigned to this job. Application Procedure Candidates must submit the following documents: Letter of application Resume Salary requirements – in the application Please note: Incomplete submissions will not be considered. Applicants who need accommodation for the application or interview process, please make such accommodation request in advance to the Office of Human Resources: William Jewell College Office of Human Resources 500 College Hill Box 1017 Liberty, MO 64068 (816) 415-6904 Availability Review of applications will begin immediately, opened until filled.   All final candidates must successfully pass a criminal background check prior to beginning employment.   Our Mission:  We educate our community to ask reflective questions, apply critical thought, and act with purpose. William Jewell College is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, genetic information, disability, or veteran status.

Athletic Facilities and Event Management Graduate Assistant | Western Kentucky University

Wed, 2021-04-07 10:29
Bowling Green, Kentucky, Western Kentucky University, Department of Athletics, is seeking applications for Facility and Event Management Graduate Assistant beginning July 5th of 2021. This is a 12-month, part-time position that reports to the Director of Athletic Facilities. Applicants must have a commitment to and responsibility for adhering to all rules and regulations of WKU, Conference USA and the NCAA. Primary Duties and Responsibilities: The following duties are customary for this position, but are not to be construed as all-inclusive. Duties may be added, deleted and assigned based on management discretion and institutional needs. •Assist with day-to-day operations at all athletic facilities •Serve as game manager of one fall Olympic sport and one spring Olympic Sport •Manage and communicate with game officials, PA announcer, and official scoring personnel •Coordinate game day operations with visiting team prior to their arrival and throughout the event while serving as the visiting team liaison •Supervise game day student staff, event ushers, and ball kids (when applicable) •Assist with game management for men's basketball, women's basketball and football •Support various external events as the facilities event main contact and assist in set-up and breakdown of special events located in athletic facilities •Receive quotes for equipment and services from vendors as needed and requested by Athletic Facilities staff •Perform all painting and striping of playing lines on athletic fields •Maintain softball field conditions as needed including infield skin and bullpens •Assist with post season Conference USA or NCAA Tournaments •Troubleshoot issues that arise as needed •Support the Athletic Facilities staff in the operations of all athletic facilities Knowledge and Skills Considered Essential for Success: •Excellent written and verbal skills •Exemplary interpersonal, customer service and organizational skills •Ability to handle confidential and sensitive situations with tact and diplomacy •Keen attention to detail •Self-motivated •Experience in game operations and/or facility operations is highly desirable •Must have valid driver’s license •Must be able to use Microsoft office •Ability to lift and move athletics equipment up to 50 pounds. Applications for employment will be accepted electronically only. Interested candidates must submit a cover letter, a current resume, list of references via email to parker.vick@wku.edu . To ensure full consideration submit application materials by May 23rd, 2021. Anticipated start date July 5th, 2021. Western Kentucky University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, religion, or marital status in admission to career and technical education programs and/or activities, or employment practices in accordance with the Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Revised 1992, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Sport Management or related field Must have 1 year of experience in a Division I athletic department Acceptance into a graduate program at Western Kentucky University Must have a 3.0 cumulative GPA in undergraduate studies   Compensation: $1,000 stipend, paid monthly. Scholarship will cover full tuition expenses for two classes per semester. Does not cover course related fees or textbooks. The candidate must have earned a baccalaureate degree and be admitted as a full-time student in any graduate program at Western Kentucky University, effective fall 2021.   GA Scholarship will cover full tuition expenses for two classes per semester. Does not cover course related fees or textbooks. The candidate must have earned a bachelor degree and be admitted as a full-time student in any graduate program at Western Kentucky University, effective fall 2021.

Head Cross-Country Coach | BUENA VISTA UNIVERSITY

Wed, 2021-04-07 10:03
Storm Lake, Iowa, Buena Vista University, an NCAA Division III institution and member of the American Rivers Conference, is accepting applications for the position of Head Cross-Country Coach. Primary responsibilities of this full-time position include the organization and supervision of an intercollegiate cross-country program and the coaching of the distance runners during the indoor and outdoor seasons. Those responsibilities include recruiting student athletes, oversight of the Cross Country budget, and management of the cross-country team from scheduling to counseling. Applicants should possess a strong coaching and teaching background and demonstrated success recruiting student athletes. A background check will be conducted on the final candidate. EOE/ADA/Smoke-Free Employer

Graduate Assistant Wrestling Coach | Dakota Wesleyan University

Wed, 2021-04-07 09:42
MITCHELL, South Dakota, Dakota Wesleyan University, a NAIA institution, is seeking a Graduate Assistant Wrestling Coach. This person will be responsible for assisting the head coach in areas of recruitment, planning and participating in practices, match management and program administration. A monthly stipend and tuition remission towards a graduate degree is available. Qualifications include a bachelor's degree and a strong background in the sport of wrestling. Successful candidates should display passion for player development, strong interpersonal skills, and a demonstrated commitment to the mission of DWU and our values of learning, leadership, faith, and service. Dakota Wesleyan University offers a Master of Arts degree in Education with a concentration in Educational Policy and Administration. Employment offers are contingent on individuals being accepted into the graduate program. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of three references to: hr@dwu.edu Dakota Wesleyan University 1200 W University Ave Mitchell, SD 57301 Dakota Wesleyan University is an equal opportunity employer and provider. ualifications include a bachelor's degree and a strong background in the sport of wrestling.

Graduate Assistant for MW Swimming & Diving | St. Lawrence University

Wed, 2021-04-07 08:45
Canton, New York, Responsibilities include: implementing a seasonal plan with the Head Coach; strength and conditioning; scouting and recruiting; coaching the St. Lawrence University swimmers during meets, and administrative tasks as assigned by the Head Coach. Bachelor’s degree is required. Strong oral and written communication skills are necessary. A valid driver’s license and ability to meet the requirements to drive University vehicles required.  Collegiate swimming and/or coaching experience preferred.

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING GRADUATE ASSISTANT | North Park University

Wed, 2021-04-07 07:59
Chicago, Illinois, STRENGTH & CONDITIONING GRADUATE ASSISTANT North Park University, a member of the nationally recognized College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin, would like to announce that applications are now being accepted for the position of Strength and Conditioning - Graduate Assistant. The assistantship will start in August 2021 and includes tuition remission, a partial meal plan, and a $3,000 stipend per semester. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES · Implement and monitor safe and effective strength and conditioning programs to improve physical performance for intercollegiate teams. · Test student-athletes to evaluate performance level and desired areas of improvement. · Design training strategies for injury prevention and improve sport specific performance. · Maintain accurate strength and conditioning records. · Instruct, educate, and supervises all student-athletes regarding proper weight training and flexibility techniques. · Maintain consistent communication with coaches and Wellness and Recreation Director. · Serve as building supervisor and oversee the operation of the 68,000 square foot Helwig Recreation facility and student staff. · Develop and coordinate weight room and fitness center orientations including instruction on strength and cardio equipment. · Complete other duties as assigned by the Wellness and Recreation Director, Associate Athletic Directors, and the Assistant Vice President for Athletics and Sport Management. QUALIFICATIONS · Bachelor's degree is required. · Applicant must obtain acceptance in North Park University graduate program and have a personal commitment to North Park’s mission of Christian higher education. · Applicants must be able to work an untraditional work schedule (i.e., frequent early mornings, nights, and occasional weekends). · One year of experience is preferred in positions involving the development and management of sport-specific individual and group strength training programs. · Certification in first aid/CPR/AED is required by start date. · Must have one of the National Strength and Conditioning Certifications: Certified Strength and Conditioning Certification (CSCS) or Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC) or Certified Strength Coach (CSC) upon start of position. If you meet the above qualifications and wish to be considered a candidate for this position, please send a letter of interest, resume, and names and telephone numbers of three professional references to: North Park University, Ericka Adams Wellness and Recreation Director, 3225 W. Foster Avenue, Chicago, IL 60625, E-mail ejadams@northpark.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Premier Residential Summer Camp Seeking Athletics Staff & Directors | Camp Poyntelle

Wed, 2021-04-07 07:15
Poyntelle, Pennsylvania, Camp Poyntelle has been making a difference in the lives of children since 1947. A co-ed traditional sleep away camp nestled in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania, we are about 2.5 hours from either New York City or Philadelphia. Our campers, an upbeat and down to earth 250+ strong family of 7-16 year olds, are offered activities throughout our huge five hundred acre facility. Whether it is starting out the day playing on the field & courts, trying their hands at performing and creative arts, adventuring through nature, climbing on our new high ropes course and 500’ zipline, or enjoying the extensive aquatics program on our 70-acre private lake, there is no shortage of activities in which to stay engaged! Making all this happen are our staff. Apply to be a part of our 2021 athletics team who are looking to make a difference in the lives of children, foster lifelong friendships with other staff from around the world, and add a little flair and meaningful experience to your working experience or resume. Please visit us at www.poyntelle.com so that you can get a sense of the warmth and spirit that makes Poyntelle unique. We are seeking activity instructors and bunk counselors and are open minded to interesting backgrounds! In addition, we seek a limited number of Athletic Area Directors to take charge of the leadership in one or multiple sports on camp. In a role such as this, you get a blank canvas to design a lesson program for campers, manage/supervise staff, and set us up to win in many of the inter-camp sports tournaments we participate in! It is another step forward in building your resume and work experience. To be considered, please fill out an application at www.poyntelle.com/staff-application and once we receive your info we will reach out to schedule a Zoom interview! Travel reimbursement available to all! Includes room and board. Includes travel reimbursement.

Athletic Trainer | University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Tue, 2021-04-06 19:47
La Crosse, Wisconsin, This position’s primary role is to serve as an athletic trainer for the Athletic Training Services in the Athletics Department. This position reports to the Director of Athletic Training Services. Responsibilities include but are not limited to daily care of athletic team(s) within their traditional/non-traditional seasons and out-of-season, including morning rehabilitation clinic. Coordination with the coaches and Sports Performance Center when working with injured athletes, maintenance of athletic training center, and potential other duties as assigned by the Director of Athletic Training Services. The Athletic Trainer will be expected to work collaboratively with the UW-La Crosse team physician and other professionals within and outside their department. Other responsibilities include maintaining an appropriate learning and professional environment in the athletic training center, serve as a preceptor for the Athletic Training Education Program. Required Qualifications • Bachelors degree. •  BOC  certified and eligible for Wisconsin Licensure as an Athletic Trainer. •  CPR / AED  certification for the professional rescuer. • Driver’s License. Preferred Qualifications • Masters degree. • 3+ years of experience working as a certified athletic trainer. • Experience providing athletic training services to collegiate or professional teams. • Previous experience serving as a preceptor for an Athletic Training Education Program • Understanding of, and commitment to, the  NCAA  Division  III  ideal. • Ancillary credentials including but not limited to:  CSCS ,  PES ,  CES ,  ART , Graston,  CKTP ,  ITAT ,  FMS , etc. • Interest in research activities.

Internship with Wake Forest Athletic Development | Wake Forest Athletics

Tue, 2021-04-06 17:48
Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Summary: There’s never been a more exciting time to be part of the development team at Wake Forest Athletics. Our three-phase program offers an outstanding opportunity to learn fundamental development operations from a successful and talented fundraising staff. Our interns will have access to learning every aspect of how a development office operates in a Power 5 conference school and will leave the program fully prepared for the next step in their career, as evidenced by our recent participants landing positions at top institutions. The Deacon Club is committed to ensuring that each intern receives valuable experience through a variety of special projects and day-to-day interaction. Our program is designed so that each participant engages with our five areas of focus throughout the internship: Major Gifts, Annual Fund Operations, Annual Fund Prospect Management, Donor Experience, and Strategic Initiatives and Engagement (leadership councils and committees). Now accepting applications from candidates interested in completing our 11-month program, starting August 2, 2021. Learning Objectives: Fall Phase: August 1 – December 22 Learn about game day responsibilities, premium seating and hospitality. Learn Blackbaud, Paciolan, Advizor and other software systems to manage development operations. Participate in the student-athlete Thank-a-Thon. Learn about the management of volunteer boards, councils and committees and observe programs and events designed to support our fundraising efforts. At the Staff Retreat, interns participate in role play for development calls and learn the responsibilities of each development position. Learn how to evaluate challenges and opportunities in the fundraising environment. Spring Phase: January 2 – June 30 Learn set up for reunions and observe high-end stewardship events. Learn about the activation of social functions including Homecoming and Deacon Club Appreciation events. Learn to develop strategic long-term plans for prospects and the actions and best practices for reaching fundraiser targets and goals. Learn how to transform data into actionable information. Learn about our year-end fundraising push, securing new donors, annual fund renewals and solicitations. Summer Program: May 15 – August 15 Learn the daily operations of a fundraising office including crucial planning stages. Supervisor’s Role: Learning will take place with various staff members including the Senior Associate Athletic Director of Development, Associate Athletic Director of Major Gifts, Assistant Athletic Director of Donor Experience, Assistant Athletic Director of Annual Fund & Development, Director of Donor Experience, and the Operations Director of Development. Their roles are to educate interns on all aspects of the responsibilities under their area. Interns will participate in role play, and observe and shadow each supervisor. At the conclusion of each phase, interns will document their learning experience and review the opportunity to continue to the next phase. TO APPLY: Email letter of interest and resume (including 2 references) to queenab@wfu.edu This is an unpaid internship.

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