Successful candidate will provide administrative assistance to the Assistant Director in charge of sports medicine and high school state championships in football, wrestling, and golf. Responsibilities include correspondence, reports, preparation of mailings, manuals, corresponding with schools, telephone service to the schools, assisting supervisor with preparations for events, and other duties as assigned. Strong keyboarding/technology/customer service skills required. 35 hr/wk + benefits. $26-31k based on qualifications. Application packet available @ www.mshsaa.org or in person at 1 North Keene Street, Columbia, Missouri.
Application Packet Required. Link to application packet Bachelor’s Degree required. This position will require daily computer operations in Microsoft Word, Excel,PowerPoint, and on theMSHSAA Website.Ability to communicate accurately and effectively, in writing and orally, in person and on the telephone.This position requires strong organizational and time management skills, as well as the ability to work on several projects concurrently and the ability to cope with unforeseen circumstances.Ability to work effectively with support staff and executive staff, both individually and on group projects, and the ability to adapt to changing project needs or demands.This position will require a sincere team attitude, strong verbal and written communications skills, broad knowledge of proper grammatical usage, strong keyboard skills, and strong interpersonal abilities. General good health preferred.
About Missouri State High School Activities Association
MSHSAA is a voluntary, non-profit, private educational association of Missouri's public, private and parochial junior and senior high schools. The Association administers state tournaments and festivals in 24 different sports and activities, oversees and interprets the governing by-laws that the approximately 800 member schools have put in place, works with a variety of advisory committees on aspects of the Association's activities, provides schools with literature and rulebooks concerning interscholastic sports and activities, and promotes the value of participation, sportsmanship, team play, and personal excellence to students in the state of Missouri.