West Point, GA


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Director, Athletic Academic Support Services

This position is responsible for the athletic academic support program(s). This position coordinates study halls, tutoring sessions, and other appropriate support activities for athletes regardless of what sport they are engaged in. The director oversees tutors associated with the program and advised coaches of the academic status of students in the program. The Director also remains apprised of all NAIA eligibility requirements and deadlines and maintains institutional compliance for each sport.

Responsibilities and Primary Activities:

Advising Responsibilities

  • Provide academic advice for athletes in all sports
  • Assist students in designing a reasonable schedule that accounts for work load in each class, outside work hours (if any), and practice time
  • Communicate to all head coaches player academic performance,  athletes at-risk for probation and/or suspension,  and plans suggested by instructors or the Director for improvement of athletic performance

Academic Support Responsibilities

  • Provide daily academic support through structured study halls, individual tutors and study groups
  • Recommend and oversee tutors to assist in academic support activities

Work with IE office to evaluate effectiveness of academic support activities and make plans for quality improvement

Compliance Responsibilities 

  • Work to coordinate certification of every student athlete in every sport for eligibility before each season
  • Meet eligibility documentation deadlines for all sports (deadlines are seasonal and vary by sport) before scrimmage against another institution
  • Maintain compliance with NAIA rules and regulations throughout the year and communicate rule changes to appropriate personnel for review and implementation

Position Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in education, student counseling, or a related field, Master’s degree in education, student counseling or related field preferred, plus a minimum of three years’ experience in an academic support position
  • Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing athletic support programs
  • Demonstrated critical thinking and problem solving ability
  • Basic computer literacy skills are required;  willingness to learn Campus Vue student information system required
  • Ability to work collaboratively as a team member and to lead teams in achieving unit and institutional outcomes
  • The ability to project a positive image of the University through public speaking and interaction with the University’s constituents and stake holders is required
  • The ability to establish positive and effective working relationships with other university departments/units is required.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills are required

To apply, please submit your employment application and resume to jobs@point.edu
Internal applicants only should click here to apply for jobs.


Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach

This position is responsible for organizing and overseeing all phases of the men’s and women’s tennis programs.

Responsibilities and Primary Activities:

Practices and Game Activities

  • Organize and direct practices and game activities. This includes game preparation and strategy.
  • Represent the University in a positive manner and serve as a Christian role model for students and parents.

Other Responsibilities

  • Fiscal Management skills
  • Scheduling, organizing camps and clinics, and recruitment of quality student athletes.
  • Knowledge and adherence to NAIA/NCCAA rules and regulations.

Span of Control:

  • Oversees the management of Men’s and Women’s Tennis student athletes, as well as the assistant coach.

Position Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and prior coaching experience are required, Master’s degree and collegiate level of coaching preferred. Ideal candidate will possess experience demonstrating strong coaching skills, good verbal and written communication skills, the ability to keep accurate records and stats along with experience with Word and Excel programs, and the desire to act as a mentor and role model to the student athletes. 

To apply, please submit your employment application and resume to jobs@point.edu
Internal applicants only should click here to apply for jobs.


Student Life Intern

The Student Life Internship at Point University is a college ministry experience designed to impact the students of Point University and the surrounding community. Interns serve to enhance student life on and around the various Point University campuses. Interns work to create a healthy living and learning environment while promoting social and spiritual growth among the students. This position is a temporary, 12-month paid assignment with a stipend of $1,000 per month in addition to housing being provided. 

Responsibilities and Primary Activities include but are not limited to:

Community Building, Relationship Cultivation, Spiritual Influence:

  • Event Planning: Orientation, Homecoming, Tournaments, Dances, Formals, Talent Shows, Service Projects, Worship Opportunities, etc.
  • Plan Intramural season, train referees
  • Aid student organizations in achieving their goals.  I.e., SGA
  • Attend on campus athletic events
  • Attend important University events like Convocation, Ministry Days, Global Missions Conference, Commencement, Graduation, Fine Arts Performances, etc.
  • Host small group bible studies, discipleship groups, etc.
  • Counsel students through interpersonal challenges
  • Be available for students: plan meals, coffee, outings, etc.
  • Aid in the efforts of spiritual formation on campus by attending chapel, collaboration events, ministry opportunities, etc.
  • Responsible for leading and serving the Campus Life Ministers (CLMs) 

Office Responsibilities:

  • Attend weekly staff meetings
  • Lead weekly CLM meetings
  • Issue Student IDs, Parking Passes, and Mail services for students
  • Advertise and Communicate Student Life events to the school
  • Obtain a working knowledge of CampusVue campus management system to be able to aid in reporting
  • Organize Move-in/Move-out forms, Cleanliness check forms & other miscellaneous office duties

Community Maintenance Responsibilities:

  • Perform bi-monthly room inspections
  • Report maintenance issues
  • Communicate incidents to the director of student life

Education and Experience Requirements:

Position requirements are a Bachelor’s Degree, superior customer service, communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills; demonstrate creative problems solving; demonstrate a strong work ethic and desire to take initiative; ability to work independently and function within a service oriented team; ability to manage multiple projects; ability to understand the use of technology; basic computer literacy skills, and experience in working with diverse populations.  Demonstrates a desire to serve in a Christian organization and an openness to serve those of differing faith backgrounds.

To apply, please submit your employment application and resume to jobs@point.edu
Internal applicants only should click here to apply for jobs.


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Point University
507 West 10th Street
West Point, GA 31833
706.385.1000 | 1.855.37.POINT