The Catholic University of America is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Graduate Assistant for Swimming and Diving. Catholic University is located in Washington, D.C., and competes in the Landmark Conference. The successful candidate will assist in coaching the Swimming and Diving program within the philosophy and guidelines set forth by Catholic University, the NCAA, and the Landmark Conference.
Applicants must be accepted and enrolled in a Graduate Program at the Catholic University of America. Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited University as well as a valid driver’s license are required. Previous collegiate playing, coaching/managing, or recruiting experience at an NCAA institution is highly preferred. Applicants must be open to working a combination of mornings, nights, and weekends, with travel for competition and training expected throughout the year.
Meet and practice preparation, including assisting with meet line-ups, creating practices, and running practice sessions (on deck and in weight room).
Coordination of team travel.
Student-athlete academic counseling.
Coordination of community service projects.
Managing team social media.
Assist with recruiting student-athletes, including emails, phone calls, and on campus visits.
Other duties assigned by the Head Coach and Athletic Department Senior Leadership.
This position provides a 8-month stipend from September 1st to April 30th and graduate tuition waiver each year (except for the Columbus School of Law and PhD programs). University fees are not included as part of the tuition waiver.
Applicants should provide a cover letter, current resume, and list of three professional references to Head Coach Tyler Ziegler at email@example.com.
To apply to graduate school at CUA, visit http://admissions.cua.edu/graduate.
The Catholic University of America is the national university of the Catholic Church in the United States. It is a Division III institution located in Washington, DC, with 25 varsity intercollegiate teams competing in the Landmark Conference, New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (football), and the Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference.
The Catholic University of America is an affirmative/equal opportunity institution and welcomes applications from women, minorities, Vietnam era veterans, and people with disabilities. All employees must be able to affirm and support the mission of the University in performing their duties.