Black Hills State University, a member of NCAA DII and the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference is seeking to fill a Graduate Assistant – Rec Sports & Operations/Events Management position in its athletic department for the 2019-20 academic school year. 1) Operations/Events Management – Responsibilities would include assisting with the direction of the BHSU athletics department; including but not limited to the coordination of Young Center events, front desk, fitness center, laundry services, aquatics center, scheduling, game day responsibilities, and operations duties. 2)Rec Sports - Responsibilities include supervising and coordinating all intramural sports, tracking game results/stats, hiring, training, schedule and supervise intramural staff, and performing equipment inventory and purchasing requests. Additionally, monitoring Rec Sports social media.
This position will report directly to the Athletic Director and Asst. AD, and requires some nights and weekends.
QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree & acceptance into a Graduate Studies program at Black Hills State University is required.
Anticipated starting date is Fall 2019. Employment is contingent upon a satisfactory background check. Black Hills State University is an equal opportunity employer.
For more information about these position(s) or to apply, contact Brock Anundson, Assistant Director of Athletics at (605) 642-6882, or send letter of interest and resume to Brock.Anundson@bhsu.edu.
About Black Hills State University
Black Hills State University is the U.S. State of South Dakota's third largest comprehensive public university, offering both undergraduate and graduate programs. The 123-acre campus is located in Spearfish. Close to 4,500 students attend classes at this campus (Spearfish), as well as sites in Rapid City, Pierre, and through distance offerings. Enrollment comes from all 66 counties in South Dakota, 44 states, and 29 countries. BHSU is governed by the South Dakota Board of Regents.
The athletic teams of Black Hills State University are known as the Yellow Jackets. The University is currently a member of NCAA Division II, with 14 sports competing in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC). BHSU Rodeo teams are members of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association (NIRA).