Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Black Student-Athlete Summit 2023
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Mizzou Inclusive Excellence - GA
University of Missouri The MIEI graduate assistant responsibilities will include assisting in the planning and implementation of student-athlete leadership programs and affinity groups, as well as the coordination of staff programing. In addition, the person in this position will assist with Mizzou Made programming, community outreach, career development programming, the honors and awards process, and other duties as assigned by the Executive Athletics Director.
The expected start date is August 7, 2023. To apply, please email a cover letter, resume, official transcripts, and three professional references by May 31, 2023 to Tami Chievous at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail your materials to:
Tami Chievous University of Missouri Dept. of Intercollegiate Athletics 100 MATC Columbia, MO 65211
Graduate Assistant for Athletic Administration
Kent State University Kent State University is seeking a highly motivated individual to serve as the Graduate Assistant for Athletic Administration. This two-year position will report to the Associate Athletics Director, Athletics Chief of Staff and will assist with department wide administrative duties and athletics human resources. Evening and weekend hours are required. Tuition, fees and a monthly stipend provided.
For questions or to apply, reach out to or submit a resume and cover letter to Jessie Ely. Her contact information is in this post. Go Flashes!!
Graduate Assistant for Student-Athlete Support Services
Eastern Michigan University The Student-Athlete Support Services Graduate Assistant at Eastern Michigan University is responsible for providing academic mentoring and support to student-athletes. Key responsibilities include one-on-one and group sessions for academic mentoring, developing time management plans, preparing weekly summary reports, setting academic goals, assisting with recruiting weekends, coordinating study tables, conducting class checks, adhering to privacy guidelines, following NCAA and university regulations, fostering a supportive approach, assisting with development events, promoting self-directed learning, working effectively with diverse individuals, paying attention to detail, and performing other assigned duties. Minimum qualifications include strong communication and organizational skills, openness to new ideas, a willingness for professional growth, ability to work with diverse populations, knowledge of relevant platforms and governance rules, and full-time enrollment in a graduate program. The work schedule requires a minimum of 20 hours per week.
Interested candidates are instructed to submit an email containing a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references to Elizabeth Conard, the Associate Athletics Director for Student-Athlete Support Services, at email@example.com or call 734-487-1283.
Director of Community Engagement and Inclusive Excellence
UMass Boston The Director of Community Engagement and Inclusive Excellence will oversee the development of the UMass Boston Athletics & Recreation community engagement program. This program will entail initiatives that focus on the planned engagement of UMass Boston athletic teams in the surrounding community and of the intentional engagement of external community partners with UMass Boston athletics and recreation through the use of UMass Boston athletic and recreation facilities to meet partners’ programming needs. The community engagement program will provide opportunities for UMass Boston student-athletes to engage with and give back to area schools, non-profit organizations, and programs on a regular basis and to participate in activities, which reinforce the UMass Boston Athletics and Recreation mission, vision, and values.
The Director of Community Engagement and Inclusive Excellence also support the vision, management, planning, and execution of all Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) initiatives for UMass Boston Department of Athletics & Recreation. Working closely with the Vice Chancellor, Director of Athletics & Recreation, the Deputy for Internal Administration/SWA, the Assistant Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and the Special Assistant to the Chancellor for Black Student Life, this position will serve as the department’s NCAA Diversity and Inclusion designee and take a systems approach to the promotion and practice of equity, diversity and inclusion efforts for the department’s student-athletes, students, coaches, and staff and in support of and alignment with the UMass Boston’s Athletics’ strategic plan. The ideal Director of Community Engagement, Equity, Belonging, and Inclusive Excellence will have a passion for and understanding of the principles of inclusivity and will help generate both creative ideas and data-informed plans to make UMass Boston Athletics better
Assistant AD for Compliance
Jackson State University Jackson State University is excited to announce an opening to serve as Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance. Any interested candidates, or referrals please contact me at Malone.firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant AD Academics
Jackson State University Jackson State University is excited to announce an opening to serve as Assistant Athletic Director for Academics. Any interested candidates, or referrals please contact me at Malone.email@example.com
Assistant Director, Student Athlete Development
University of Iowa https://ncaamarket.ncaa.org/jobs/18586201/assistant-director-for-student-development#expand
Head Lacrosse Coach
University of Oregon The Head Women's Lacrosse Coach is responsible for the management and administration of all phases of the Women's Lacrosse program. This position is responsible for promoting the philosophy and objectives of the intercollegiate athletics program, including adherence to all department policies and procedures, as well as the rules and regulations of the university, Pac-12 Conference and the NCAA. Reports to the Deputy Athletic Director/SWA.
Director of Equipment Operations
Howard University The Director of Equipment Operations plays a critical role in the oversight of all operations associated with equipment and apparel needs for the Department of Athletics. This position facilitates the ordering, issuing, tracking, and storing of a large volume of sports equipment, apparel, shoes, and uniforms.
Director of Sports Medicine
Howard University The Director of Sports Medicine oversees all facets of athletic training services for Howard University. The Director will serve all sport programs and student-athletes by providing comprehensive healthcare to include preventive and rehabilitative care of injuries. This position also requires staff supervision, practice and game coverage, scheduling of athletic event coverage, managing budgets, web updates, supervision, and support of student learning.
Assistant Coach, Women’s Lacrosse
Pace University This position will assist the Head Coach with the oversight of the Women’s Lacrosse program. The assistant coach will assist in the daily management of the Lacrosse program with specific duties of providing physical training and skill development of the student-athletes.
Associate Head Coach - Swimming and Diving
Howard University The Associate Head Coach position will manage and oversee the daily operations of the swimming & diving program including practice, game day activities, recruiting, budget management, academic monitoring and mentoring of student-athletes.
McLendon Leadership Fellow
Villanova University Future Leader selected to join Villanova University’s Department of Athletics will report to the Assistant Athletic Director for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion/Director of UNITAS and Director of Academic Support for Athletics and work primarily in the areas of student-athlete development, UNITAS and academic support.
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Harry Winston Marketing intern, creative services Reports to: project manager, creative services, creative design
Graduate Assistantship Student-Athlete Development
Clemson University Athletic Department Clemson Athletics seeks candidates for one Student-Athlete Development Graduate Assistant position. Candidates will get hands-on experiences planning, executing and facilitating programming in areas such as career, leadership and personal development as well as community service and outreach. Candidates will work on a team dedicated to collaboration and the holistic development of Clemson student-athletes.
Interested students should have completed a bachelor’s degree prior to the start date; excellent communication (both verbal and written) across all levels of the department, and organizational skills; willingness to work evening and occasional weekend hours; demonstrated experience in leadership and working with and organizing groups of people.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities: Assist with all facets of Career Development including but not limited to; individual career advising, maintaining databases of employers and student-athlete information, assisting with large scale career events, assisting with organizing and executing career exploration trips outside of campus Assist in operations for the Tiger Leadership Academy and the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Assist in the daily operations of the Student-Athlete Development Department
Anticipated Start Date: August 2023
Associate Director- Marketing & Fan Experience
Clemson University Athletic Department Serves as primary marketing and fan experience contact for Women’s Basketball, Men’s Soccer, and Softball and marketing internship program. Coordinates and assists in efforts focused on revenue, attendance, game atmosphere and branding that help us reach department goals. Performs other duties as assigned.
Planning & Development: Leads creation of sport-specific marketing plans through cross-department collaboration with ticketing, communications and creative teams. Develop methods to grow program awareness, generate revenue, and grow ticket sales for Women’s Basketball, Men’s Soccer and Softball. Plan all aspects of game presentation and the fan experience for upcoming seasons.
Implementation & Execution: Create and track all marketing efforts, adjusting to pre- and in-season needs to drive ticket sales (where applicable) and attendance.
Responsible for all aspects of game presentation, including script writing, in-game and halftime entertainment, national anthem singers, videoboard content, music, recognitions, etc. Continuously assess and address improvement areas to the gameday experience.
Supervision & Leadership: Oversee and coordinate the student unpaid internship program, including recruiting, training and programming for approximately 25 undergraduate students. Opportunity to mentor a marketing graduate assistant position.
Special Event Management: Schedule interns, create unique fan attractions, and fulfill sponsorship requirements in conjunction with special events such as Football Fan Day, Tiger Wonderland, Basketball preseason events, and others.
Student Organization Liaison: Work with student groups to coordinate theme days throughout the year that will increase student attendance at Clemson sporting events.
Education - 1st Bachelor’s Degree Work Exp 1-3+ - years of experience in marketing, promotions, or related field.
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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Outreach Manager
Milwaukee Bucks, LLC As the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Outreach Manager, you will use creative sourcing techniques to identify and engage with diverse pools of talent to develop robust pipelines and resulting hires. This is including but not limited to: direct sourcing, employee referrals, job boards, professional organizations, social recruiting, job fairs, etc. You should have a real passion for and experience in recruiting profiles across gender, LGBTQ, ethnic, veteran, differently abled and other diverse talent pools. You will also serve as the president of our Diversity Leadership Council (DLC), a cross-functional group of employees who provide programming and education to all employees by crafting an inclusive culture, where differences are valued and celebrated.
Lead Administrator, Football
Texas Tech University Performs managerial work providing direction and guidance in setting and achieving goals and objectives; developing policies; reviewing guidelines, procedures, rules, and regulations; establishing priorities, standards, and measurement tools for determining progress in meeting goals; coordinating and evaluating program activities; and establishing and monitoring budgets. May plan, assign and supervise the work of others. Works under limited supervision with latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.
Director of Student Athlete Wellness
Clemson University Athletic Department The Director of Student-Athlete Wellness will provide a full range of culturally sensitive clinical and non-clinical services for D1 student-athletes. Leads program development, implementation, and evaluation within Clemson University Athletic Department. Clinical services will include assessment/evaluation, short-term individual and relationship counseling, group psychotherapy, team workshops, crisis intervention, case management, and psycho-educational workshops to increase the mental health awareness of student athletes. Adheres to practitioner-scholar model with emphasis on multicultural competency. Other duties as assigned.
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