West Point, GA


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Head Athletic Trainer

This position is responsible for evaluating, advising, treating athletes, and assisting in recovery from injury, avoiding injury, and maintaining peak physical fitness. The Head Trainer will comply with all rules and regulations set forth by the National Athletic Trainers Association and Point University.

Responsibilities and Primary Activities:

Responsibilities include but are not limited to all aspects of the program including pre-participation physicals, medical evaluation and treatment, physical therapy and referrals for further treatment.

  • Responsible for pre participation physicals.
  • Responsible for keeping detailed medical and insurance records for student athletes.
  • Oversees the examination and treatment of injuries.
  • Oversees the rehabilitation of student athletes.
  • Responsible for referring student athletes to physicians when needed.
  • Prepare a proposed budget for the Athletic Training Program.
  • Purchase equipment and supplies for training room.
  • Be willing to attend staff meetings and participate in departmental projects and activities.
  • Oversee management of Assistant Athletic Trainers and well-being of student athletes.

Position Requirements:

At minimum, the Head Athletic Trainer should have a Bachelor’s Degree with active ATC, LAT license, Master’s Degree preferred. A minimum of six months previous athletic training experience is required.

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 is an equal opportunity employer.

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