Siena Heights University, a NAIA Institution in Adrian, Michigan, is seeking a Graduate Assistant for the Women’s Volleyball Program for the 2024-2025 academic year. The person hired for this position will serve as an assistant to the head coach and will be responsible for reserve team head coaching duties, facilitating practices, strength and conditioning, skill development, scheduling, operations management, and social media as well as assisting with recruitment. The selected candidate will be granted a tuition wavier for one of Siena Heights University’s offered graduate programs, including a Master’s in Business Administration, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Healthcare Leadership, Higher Education Leadership, Organizational Leadership, and Master of Science in Nursing. Option 1: $6,000 stipend and 18-credit hours per year (2-year degree plan) Option 2: $10,590 stipend and 12-credit hours per year (3-year degree plan)
Candidates should possess strong organizational skills and a desire to recruit effectively. A bachelor’s degree and acceptance to a master’s degree program at Siena Heights University is required for this position. Start date is July 1, 2024. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
A letter of application, resume, and three letters of recommendation should be forwarded to: Kim Berrington, Head Women's Volleyball Coach Siena Heights University Athletics 1247 E Siena Heights Drive Adrian, Michigan 49221 Or: Emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Women’s Volleyball Graduate Assistant" in the subject line.
Siena Heights University is a Catholic university founded and sponsored by the Adrian Dominican Sisters. Founded in the liberal arts tradition, Siena offers associate's, bachelor's and master's degrees and has a total of 2000 students on all campuses. The university is headquartered in Adrian, Michigan with degree completion centers located throughout Michigan. Siena Heights University is a NAIA school with an affiliation in the Wolverine Hoosier Athletic Conference.