STUDENT LAB ASSISTANT - SPORTS & EXERCISE SCIENCE DEPARTMENT

The Sports & Exercise Science Department is seeking a student worker to work up to 15 flexible hours per week. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: conditional supervision of both Sport and Exercise Science Labs, learning the Exercise Physiology and Therapeutic Exercise lab equipment, performing assessments for students and the community, assisting the instructors with classes, data entry on Microsoft word and excel, copying, printing, and preparing materials, assisting in research projects, making calls, assisting at events and performing other related tasks as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Applicants must be a Sports and Exercise Science major, have minimum GPA of 2.5, and have current CPR/AED certification. Completion of Exercise Physiology Lab class or equivalent is preferred. Applicants should have an excellent work ethic (i.e. arriving in and leaving work on the scheduled time, possessing good communication skills in both oral and written form, willingness to work as a dependable team member as well as the capability to work independently, having good organization skills and time management between work and study). Applicants should be able to work with basic computer software programs such as Word and Excel.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

Applicants with a strong academic standing, successful completion of Physiology of Exercise class or current enrollment, experience with computer programs, and knowledge of campus/campus activities are preferred.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Please download the application and complete it electronically (paper application will not be reviewed), attach a letter of application including reasons for interest in position, transcript, and a current resume. Send all information to:

Brandy Scott

Sports and Exercise Science Department

Email: bscott@cameron.edu

DEADLINE

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled; however, only candidates whose applications are received by April 7th, 2021 are assured of receiving full consideration.