Number of Positions: 7

Status: OPEN

Sandy Augstein-Collins
[email protected]

Position 1:

Graduate Assistantship
Athletic Trainer

The graduate assistantship (GA) position is a one year renewable appointment within the Department of Athletics. There is a $1,000 stipend and three credit hours per semester offering with a working requirement of 150 hours per semester beginning in the fall of 2017.


A. Must possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training/Sports Medicine and be National Athletic Trainer’s Association Board of Certification (NATA/BOC) certified.
B. Eligible for New York State Licensure
C. Must be currently enrolled in the Sage Graduate School academic program and and in good academic standing.

General Responsibilities and Duties:

The graduate assistantship (GA) position will serve a primary role as a certified athletic trainer (ATC) to the Department of Athletics under the supervision of the Head Athletic Trainer and the Athletic Training staff during the regular academic year of August to May. This will include: August pre-season; semester breaks; inter-cession; and spring break.

Position 2:

Duties: Primary responsibilities include scheduling of facilities for Sage Athletics and assisting with scheduling of event and support staff.

Specific coaching responsibilities include:
• Scheduling varsity and non-varsity usage of Sage’s athletic facilities.
• Ensuring that contracts are completed and returned by non-varsity users.
• Scheduling and payroll for student staff and site supervisors;
• Assist with scheduling and training of home event staff.
• Other duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics & Recreation

Position 3-7:

Duties: Responsibilities include assisting the head coach attracting, recruiting and retaining student-athletes who fit the educational mission of The Sage Colleges. The position requires the development of an intercollegiate athletic experience, which emphasizes high levels of academic and athletic performance in an appropriate balance.

Responsibilities also include the following:
• Recruitment efforts including travel, phone contacts, mailings and networking
• Tracking recruiting efforts
• Training, practice development and organization
• Compliance with NCAA and conference legislation
• Other duties as assigned by the Head Coach and/or Director of Athletics & Recreation