Assist Head Coach in organizing, supervising, coordinating and evaluating individual athletes and practice sessions. Participate in the recruitment process of prospective student-athletes. Assist with the overall tennis program operation, scheduling, travel, fundraising, community support and organization of events. Monitor student-athlete academic performances, study tables and workouts. All duties and responsibilities will be performed within the rules, regulations and policies of the University of Northern Iowa, Missouri Valley Conference and National Collegiate Athletic Association.Terms of Employment: |
•For the fall semester: 20 hours per week, beginning August 26, 2013 and ending December 20, 2013.
•For the spring semester: 20 hours per week, beginning January 13, 2014 and ending May 9, 2014.
•Travel, evening and weekend hours will be required.Compensation:
•Full assistantship stipend is $4,602 per semester.
•Graduate Assistants may qualify for in-state tuition and fees.
•Graduate Assistants receive University holidays and do not work during Thanksgiving Break, Spring Break, or the interims between semesters.
•Graduate Assistants may also apply for tuition scholarships. These scholarships are applied for and awarded separately and are not part of compensation for the Graduate Assistantship.
•For more information on the Graduate Assistantship System and procedures: http://www.grad.uni.edu/assistantships/Qualifications:
•Must be a full-time, degree-seeking student in a UNI graduate program.
•Must be enrolled in 9 hours applying to the graduate degree.
•Maintain a Plan GPA of at least 3.00. First semester graduate students must have an undergraduate GPA of at least 3.00. Application Process and Deadline: To apply email the completed Application Form for Graduate Assistantship (available at http://www.grad.uni.edu/assistantships) along with a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications received by April 26, 2013 will be given preferential consideration.
National Collegiate Athletic Association - 8 months ago