The University of North Alabama is seeking applications for the position of Indoor Volleyball Graduate Assistant.
Primary Function: Assisting with the supervision and coordination of the University’s indoor volleyball program, including, but not limited to, on-court instruction, scheduling, scouting, academic monitoring of student-athletes, and organizational planning.
Duties and Responsibilities: Attend classes to successfully complete a graduate program at UNA; Assist the Head Coach with coaching, scouting, and practice planning; Perform game day duties, as assigned; Assist with organizational planning (community service, study hall, etc.); Support player development and assist with roster management; Assist with planning and organization of camps and clinics; Follow Athletic department policies and procedures while providing positive leadership for student-athletes; Must be able to complete hours on both the court at practice and competition and in the office to assist in office organizational duties.
Interested applicants must apply no later than 07/31/2019. Applications will be accepted via UNA's LionJobs site. To apply, please visit LionJobs at https://una-csm.symplicity.com/, click on Student/Alumni, click Sign Up, upload a resume for approval (include prospective UNA student in the education section), and upload references (at least four) as "Other Documents". Once the resume is approved - please allow 24 hours - you will receive an email notification from the Career Center/Symplicity. Login to your LionJobs account and search for Volleyball Graduate Assistant to apply. For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Bachelor's degree is required;
Three years of directly-related experience is required;
Valid driver's license is required;
Successful admittance to a UNA graduate program is required;
Knowledge of, and ability to maintain compliance with, all NCAA rules and regulations;
Ability to successfully complete the NCAA Coaches Certification Exam, annually;
The University of North Alabama occupies the beautiful campus of over 130 acres in a residential section of Florence, Alabama. Florence is located just north of the Tennessee River and is the largest city in a four-city area that includes Tuscumbia, Sheffield and Muscle Shoals. The entire metropolitan area has a combined population of approximately 140,000 people. The University of North Alabama, established in 1830 as LaGrange College, became in 1872 the first state-supported teachers‘ college south of the Ohio River and one
of the first coed colleges in the nation. The University of North Alabama has developed into a comprehensive regional university providing quality educational opportunities for students, with majors in four colleges—arts and sciences, business, education, and nursing and allied health.
Please visit our website at http://www.una.edu for additional information.