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- 1. Under the supervision of the Associate Athletics Director or designee, individual will assist in the planning, organizing and executing of various events, functions, projects and tasks as assigned.
- 2. Work with the Administrative Assistant to the Associate Athletics Director and student assistant to maintain office work and complete day-to-day, ongoing, or recurrent tasks and/or projects.
- 3. Research and compile information on UH Athletics alumnae.
- 4. Prepare senior list of all student-athletes that is used for Senior awards and Senior Salute.
- 5. Assist the Director of Student-Athlete Development with workshops and other duties as assigned.
- 6. Assist the Associate Athletics Director in all Rainbow Wahine Hui matters including preparing documents for meetings and coordinating events.
- 7. Prepare, produce, revise, copy and/or compile emails, memos, faxes, documents, notes, PPT presentations, spreadsheets, rosters, information packets, invitations, flyers, etc.
- 8. Answer phones, direct calls and/or messages.
- 9. Organize, collect, and prepare monthly calendars for the Supplemental Meal Program and communicate with the vendor and coaches regarding any issues or questions that may arise.
- 10. Issue book waivers for all student-athletes who are on athletic scholarship.
- 11. Contact appropriate staff in order to plan, facilitate, organize and/or execute various programs, events and/or workshops.
- 12. Send out annual program evaluations for each sport during the Fall and Spring Semesters.
- 13. Coordinate and compile Student-Athlete Handbook updates in order to renew the handbook each year.
- 14. Maintains confidentiality to include but not limited to information, files and records that the incumbent may obtain or possess, in accordance with federal and state laws and University of Hawaii policies.
- 15. Demonstrate a positive and professional working attitude and maintain a collaborative working relationship with the coaching staff, team members, support staff, administrators in the UH Athletics Department and other individuals associated with the Athletics.
- 16. Know, recognize, and comply with the laws, policies, rules, and regulations governing the University of Hawaii and its employees, and the rules of the NCAA and affiliated conferences as now constituted or as may be amended in the future. Immediately advises the Director of Athletics or designee if you have reasonable cause to believe violations, whether by employees or students, have occurred or will occur.
- 17. Other duties as assigned.
- MAIN PROJECTS:
- 1. Coaches Workshops – Fall and Spring Semesters
- 2. Senior Salute – Spring Semester
- 3. Scholar-Athlete Dinner – Spring Semester
- 4. Title IX/Gender Equity Workshop
- 5. Student-Athlete Handbook Orientation
- 6. Supplemental Meal Program
- APPOINTMENT PERIOD: August 1, 2018 to May 31, 2019
- CRITERIA FOR GRADUATE STUDENT ASSISTANTS: Classified degree-seeking student in a Masters program under the UHM Office of Graduate Education; Graduate School student enrolled in at least six (6) credit hours per semester at the University of Hawai‘i, Manoa. Note:International students must take 8 or more credits (full-time) which is a requirement to have a I-20. Maintain the requirements of a Graduate School student including Grade Point Average requirements. Be in good academic standing
- BENEFITS: The maximum amount a Graduate Student Assistant may receive will be equal to a Graduate School (General) at the University of Hawaii at Manoa tuition and fees (general) up to 9 credits hours per semester maximum. Tuition does not include payment for Outreach College extension courses. GSA will be responsible for payment to Outreach College. Graduate Student Assistant will receive a monthly stipend for room and board (Student-Athlete Grant in Aid (SA GIA) equivalency) for nine (9) months (September through May). The Department will pay for required books (up to 9 credit hours) per semester.
- Accepted into a UHM graduate program at the time of hire, Bachelor’s Degree, Knowledge of intercollegiate athletics, Proficient in Microsoft Office applications – Word, Excel, PPT, Familiar with Internet Explorer, Familiar with Acrobat Reader, Ability to communicate effectively, Resourceful, diligent, flexible, Ability to work independently, Ability to manage time wisely
- Acceptance into a UHM graduate program in educational administration, public administration, education, athletics administration or sports related field.
- UHM Athletics Department
- Attn: Human Resources
- 1337 Lower Campus Rd
- Honolulu, HI 96822
- Charlinda Ioane, Admin Asst; 808-956-4498; firstname.lastname@example.org
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