Job Title Campus Recreation, Graduate Assistant for Learn to Skate and Figure Skating
Special Instructions to Applicants
To apply, complete online application and upload required documents including cover letter documenting qualifications for the position, curriculum vitae/resume, and list of at least three professional references including at least one prior or current supervisor. List of references should include name and current contact information including addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses.
Applicants who are not U.S. citizens must state their current visa and residency status.
Position will remain open until filled.
Questions should be directed to: Sean Hogan, Hockey Coach
Posting Number *******STD
The Graduate Assistant for Learn to Skate and Figure Skating is responsible for the coordination and management of all recreation and competitive group ice skating lessons. This position reports directly to the Head Hockey Coach and will work collaboratively other members of the Bird ice Arena Staff.
1. Responsible for hiring, training, and scheduling all Learn to Skate Instructors/coaches.
2. Assists with the management of the Group Lesson Learn to Skate program including on-ice instructions.
3. Assist with scheduling, planning, and logistics of all in house competitions and Annual Winter and Spring Ice Shows. Assists with promoting, planning and supervising of all arena sponsored freestyle sessions.
4. Provides support to the club Synchronized Skating team and establishes a working relationship with individuals, other University departments, agencies and groups that further enhance the mission of Campus Recreation.
5. Student Affairs & Inclusion: Actively contribute as a staff member of a department and division that upholds the framework of equity and social justice. Encourage both employees and patrons to view themselves as having the potential to make meaningful contributions and to be engaged in their communities. Advocate for awareness, understanding and the diversity and inclusion of all people in Campus Recreation facilities, programs and communication while providing a commitment to work effectively with students, faculty, and staff from diverse backgrounds. Advocate for the educational and cultural benefits of providing diversity and inclusion in all areas of your position and department.
6. Supervises work of others, including planning, assigning and scheduling work, reviewing work and ensuring quality standards, training staff and overseeing their productivity. May offer recommendations for hiring, termination and pay adjustments, but does not have responsibility for making these decisions.
High school diploma or GED
Ability to ice skate
Extensive experience in figure skating, proven success and a group or private lesson skating instructor, Knowledge of LTS USA, USFS programs, rules, policies and procedures.
Familiar with ISI Policies and Procedures, Experience Coordinating ice skating competitions and shows, ability to choreograph large group programs, PSA rating or equivalent experience, Knowledge/experience with skating equipment and apparel, ability to assist in music editing. Software experience: innosoft Fusion, Excel, Work, in Design or similar programs.
Department Bird Ice Arena
Fall and Spring Stipend (32 weeks) - $13,500.00
Summer hourly rate - $9.50 per hour
Posting Open Date 04/12/2018
Posting End Date 05/13/2018
Job Category Student Hourly
Planning Unit Vice President for Student Affairs
This a Fall and Spring Semester position beginning on August 27, 2018 and requires a commitment of 20 hours per week.
Graduate Assistants report for on-boarding , training and academic year preparation July 30, 2018 - August 27, 2018.
Applicants may contact this person if they have questions about this position. Sean Hogan; ***************
Ohio University is committed to creating a respectful and inclusive educational and workplace environment. Ohio University is an equal access/equal opportunity and affirmative action employer with a strong commitment to building and maintaining a diverse workforce. Women, persons of color, persons with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Ohio University is a member of the OH/Western PA/WV Higher Education Recruitment Consortium. *******************
Employment Type Part-Time Term
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