GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIP POSITIONS FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-2019

 

Event Management and Game Day Experience 

Are you excited about putting on sport events? If so, this is your kind of position. Responsibilities include assistance with all game day operations and logistics: pre-game preparation, event timeline, permits, set-up, take down. It’s all about making a sport event a great experience for athletes and fans. You will collaborate with Su Athletics marketing as well as recruit, hire, train and supervise undergraduate student promotions staff at game.

GA 2018 Event Management

 

Athletic Communications

Be part of the digital media presence for Seattle University’s athletic department. This position includes a wide array of responsibilities in media and social media including: being a primary contact for select sports, compiling statistics, reporting in-game statistics, developing and writing special interest stories. In addition, this position involves assisting with some game day and special event operations.

GA 2018 Communications

 

Sports Medicine

As an athletic trainer GA, you will coordinate health care coverage of all assigned Seattle University varsity athletic teams through prevention, evaluation, treatment, planning and referral of any medical condition as pertains to their participation in athletics in any fashion. You will also assist with health care coverage of all other Seattle University varsity athletic teams as delegated by the head athletic trainer.

GA 2018 Sports Medicine

 

Competitive Sports

The Competitive Sports Graduate Coordinator will be responsible for researching, developing, planning and managing all aspects of the Intramural and Sport Club programs for University Recreation. Additionally, along with fellow Graduate Coordinators, this position assists in the oversight of University Recreation’s Street Team, Advocacy, Recruitment, and Training (ST.A.R.T.) student committee and departmental special events.
The Competitive Sports Graduate Coordinator will supervise Competitive Sports Managers, Intramural Sports Officials and Sport Clubs.

 GA 2018 Competitive Sports

 

Graduate assistantships are only available for fully admitted students of the Master in Sport Administration & Leadership program.

 

48
Credits

Learner-centered program with an emphasis on small group collaboration

Evening Classes

Designed to complement work and internships

2
years to completion

 Balance of individualized attention, real-world experience, & in-depth academic curriculum

A wide and active network

Faculty, alumni, regional sports leaders

Commitment to social justice

Pursue your passion to ignite change in your career & community

Become a leader in the business of sport