Graduate Assistant - Communications and Operations
New England College
Location: Henniker, New Hampshire
Tuition, housing, & meal plan are provided.
4 Year Degree
New England College is looking for a Graduate Assistant for 2023-24 in the area of Athletic Administration & Communications. Responsibilities include assisting The Director of Athletics and Director of Sports Communication in all phases of the New England College Athletics Department including assisting with facility scheduling, games management, work-study personnel, assigning officials, transportation needs, camps, academic coordinating, Sports Information assignments, and all other aspects of the department. The Graduate Assistant Position includes a full tuition waiver, free housing, and a partial meal plan.
Sports Information – Assist the Athletics Communication Coordinator with game write-ups, in-game stats, and other marketing on the website and social media.
Games Management – Need to be willing to work long hours including managing games. Have to work with opponents, officials, staff to ensure professional preparations.
Work-Study – Assist in the creation, implementation and supervision of work-study students and the jobs they fill. Work closely with those individuals to make sure that all student job responsibilities are being met.
Teamwork – There is an expectation that the candidate will be willing to work with other department staff on various large or small assignments.
Other Duties – There will be other duties assigned from the athletics department that might include, but are not limited to, event preparation and facility management.
Candidate review begins immediately and continues until position is filled. Compensation includes tuition, housing and a meal plan. Candidate must be accepted into the NEC Graduate Program. Collegiate playing, coaching, or administrative experience preferred.
For questions concerning the position, please contact:
New England College
Sports Information Director
98 Bridge Street
Henniker, NH 03242
Candidate must be accepted into the NEC Graduate Program. Collegiate playing, coaching, or administrative experience preferred.
New England College (NEC) is an accredited, private, non-profit college founded in 1946 to serve the needs of servicemen and women attending college on the GI Bill after World War II. Today, we serve over 5,000 undergraduate, graduate and online students annually on our campuses in Henniker and Manchester, New Hampshire. NEC offers more than 60 associate and bachelor’s degree programs,?more than 20 master’s degree programs and a doctoral program, all delivered by dedicated and accomplished faculty in the liberal arts tradition and with an emphasis on experiential learning. We are stronger than ever and so is our commitment to making higher education accessible for everyone who wants to pursue it: students who are the first in their families to attend college, students who are ready to achieve their full potential, students who are going back to school or charting a new course, students from every background. NEC is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education.