Position Description: Graduate Assistant in strength and conditioning beginning fall 2019.
Responsibilities: The graduate assistants will work alongside the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach in the organization, design and implementation of all aspects of strength and conditioning program for a NCAA Division III intercollegiate athletic program. The graduate assistant will work a maximum of 15 hours/week. For more information on the specifics of assistantship assignment, please contact Victor Brown, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Qualifications: Certification or working towards certification for the SCCC by the CSCCa, CSCS by the NSCA, &/or USAW. AED/CPR certified required. First Aid certified required.
General Information: Before assistantships are reviewed, you must first apply for and be admitted to the graduate program in the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences. Graduate assistantships are reviewed separately and only after admission has been granted and assistantship applications have been received. The assistantships are available for full-time matriculated graduate students (MS degree only.) For the 2019-20 academic year, a student can choose from a concentration in exercise physiology, sport psychology or human performance. The MS degree can be completed in one academic year with one summer session.
Application procedures: To be reviewed for any assistantship, you must complete both admission and assistantship applications. Admission application materials are online and can be found on the webpages of the Graduate Admissions Office, and the assistantship applications are separate and can be found on the ESS Program websites.
For more information, please contact Dr. Jeffrey Ives, Graduate Program Chair, Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences at email@example.com (ph. 607-274-1751) or visit the ESS website.