The University of Missouri is seeking qualified candidates to fill one (1) Post Graduate Internship in the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Reporting to the Mizzou Made Program's Assistant Athletic Director for Student Athlete Career Development, the post graduate intern will work predominately in the Student-Athlete Career Development initiatives with the opportunity to assist in other student-athlete development areas. This position will start August 7, 2023.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities of Internship and Graduate Assistantship: Communicating daily with the Assistant AD of Career Development, assisting with student-athlete programming, including large and small events such as career fairs and educational programming with the opportunity to assist other student-athlete development events, assisting with recruiting visits and completion of projects as assigned, working with the mission of preparing, exposing, and counseling student-athletes with placement into opportunities of life after sports.
Essential Functions: Must adhere to all NCAA rules and the Family Educational Rights to Privacy Act (FERPA), must have strong interpersonal skills, attention to detail, proficiency in excel worksheets, and the ability to set appropriate professional boundaries. Must be willing to work a flexible schedule. Ability to communicate effectively and accurately. As working in the field of student-athlete development services is not limited to a traditional work week, the candidates must be willing to work some nights and weekends. We are seeking candidates willing to have extra effort to obtain the full experience possible from the position.
Post Graduate Internship Qualifications
Master's degree preferred (bachelor’s required) with a desire to obtain employment in Student-Athlete Development.
$15/hour up to 29 hours/week
How to Apply
Send cover letter (specify which position you are interested in), resume, and (3) reference list to Katie Martinez, Assistant Athletic Director (firstname.lastname@example.org). Immediate and continuous review of applications until position is filled.
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