Assistantship appointments may vary in length and are contingent upon the availability of funding. Terms on duties and responsibilities will be provided on the graduate assistantship contract.
Students must be registered for graduate credit each semester (fall and spring) they receive an assistantship and must be in good academic standing and maintaining satisfactory progress toward their degree. In addition, international students must maintain the appropriate residency status.
Teaching assistants whose native language is not English must demonstrate English proficiency (refer to section titled "English Language Proficiency Procedures for Graduate Teaching Assistants").
Students offered a graduate teaching or graduate service assistantship must consent to a criminal background check. This includes graduate researchers teaching in a lab.
Students placed on Academic Warning may retain their assistantship. Students placed on Probation may no longer receive an assistantship.
Required annual training must be completed within 30 days of start date and yearly thereafter.
Soccer Graduate Student Assistantship Specifics
Schedule all team arrangements for NDSU Soccer
Manage and set up all recruiting on-campus visits for Soccer recruits
Audit and review all team travel cash advances for Soccer.
Arrange for all team meals for at home competitions and also the fall banquet.
Assist head coach with all facets of the NDSU Soccer program.
Hours: 20 hours/week
Please provide a resume with application
Must be an NDSU student to be considered for employment