Esports Graduate Assistant Coach Ottawa, KS
Ottawa University, Kansas (NAIA) is seeking candidates for its open Esports Graduate Assistant
position. The successful candidate will assist the head esports coach in various aspects of the program with responsibilities including coaching, practice organization and implementation, tournament responsibilities, transportation, recruitment, video analysis and scouting, equipment control and inventory, and academic monitoring and mentoring.
The selected candidate will be granted a tuition waiver (18 credit hours per year) for one of Ottawa University’s graduate programs, a partial meal allowance, and a monthly living stipend paid over 12 months (renewable for a second year as qualified).
Evidence of competitive esports experience (playing and/or coaching) is required.. A valid driver's license and driving record which meets institutional requirements is required. An earned Bachelor’s Degree and the ability to obtain admission into an Ottawa University graduate program is required. Graduate school program information and degrees may be found at www.ottawa.edu
A completed online Application for Employment is required at http://www.ottawa.edu/Careers
as a part of the application process. Candidates should attach to the application a cover letter, resume, and the names of three professional references as a part of the application for employment. Any additional information can be emailed to email@example.com
. The review of applications will begin immediately with a planned start date in January 2020.
Ottawa University celebrates and prizes the diversity of its students, faculty, staff and Board of Trustees. In keeping with its Mission Statement, the University is called to actively foster an environment of awareness, appreciation, and intentional inclusivity. We are particularly interested in receiving applications from members of underrepresented groups and strongly encourage them to apply.
Ottawa University is committed to equal employment opportunity and does not unlawfully discriminate in recruitment or employment on the basis of race, age, sex, color, religion,
disability, national origin, sexual orientation, ethnicity, family and marital status, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by law.