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Assistant Baseball Coach/Instructor of Physical Education | Case Western Reserve University

Fri, 2020-07-24 13:01
Cleveland, Ohio, Case Western Reserve University is seeking applicants for the position of Assistant Baseball Coach and Instructor of Physical Education. This is a full-time position with a competitive salary and excellent fringe benefits. Job responsibilities will be assigned by the Head Baseball Coach as well as the Athletic Director and include on-field coaching, recruiting, and teaching physical education courses. Experience coaching pitchers is preferred. Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s preferred. Preference will be given to candidates with successful coaching, teaching, and recruiting experience at the college level.    Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.  No phone calls please.  Email resume, three letters of reference, and transcripts to Missy Ackerman, Associate Athletic Director,  athletics@case.edu . In employment, as in education, Case Western Reserve University is committed to Equal Opportunity and Diversity.  Women, veterans, members of underrepresented minority groups, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.  Case Western Reserve University provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities. Applicants requiring a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact the Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity at 216-368-8877 to request a

Assistant Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Coach / Jumps | Limestone Athletics

Fri, 2020-07-24 11:27
Gaffney, South Carolina, Limestone University, a Division II member of the South Atlantic Conference (SAC), invites applications for the full-time, 12-month position of Assistant Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Coach/ Jumps . The successful candidate will assist the head coach in all aspects of the program, including but not limited to: coaching jumps, recruiting, overseeing the academic progress of student-athletes, scouting and other duties as needed to continue the success of the program. A Bachelor degree is required for this position. Candidate must have a commitment to and responsibility for adhering to all rules and regulations of Limestone University, the SAC, and the NCAA. Candidates must have previous successful coaching experience at the NCAA level. The selected candidate must be willing to consent to, and pass with, satisfactory results, an investigative consumer report. Applicants should complete the online application at http://my.limestone.edu/offices/human-resources/jobs and upload a cover letter and resume. If you have additional questions regarding the position, you may direct them to Joe Wassink, Head Track and Field Coach at jwassink@limestone.edu. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. *Resumes may not be submitted in lieu of the application. Limestone University is an equal opportunity employer. AA/EOE  

Assistant Women's Lacrosse Coach | Binghamton University

Fri, 2020-07-24 10:54
Binghamton, New York, Assisting in all aspects of a Division I Intercollegiate program under the direction of the head coach including instruction, conducting practice and teaching skill development, game planning, film review, recruiting, budget, team travel, scheduling, practice and serving as an academic advising liaison. Bachelor's degree required.  Master's degree and 1-3 years' experience at the Division I level desired.

Assistant Wrestling Coach | Binghamton University

Fri, 2020-07-24 10:49
Binghamton, New York, Assisting in all aspects of a Division I intercollegiate program under the direction of the head coach including instruction, conducting practice and teaching skill development, game planning, film review, recruiting, budget, team travel, scheduling, practice and serving as an academic advising liaison. Bachelor's degree required.  Master's degree and a minimum of 1-3 years' experience at the Division I level desired.

West Fargo Flyers Swim Club - Head Coach | West Fargo Flyers Swim Club

Thu, 2020-07-23 15:39
West Fargo, North Dakota, West Fargo Flyers Swim Club Head Coach, Full Time This is a full-time year-round position on a parent (501c3) board club. West Fargo is on the eastern border of ND in a community of approximately 250,000. We currently have ~200 swimmers with seasons running from mid-Sept through March and May through July. In November of 2017 we moved into the Hulbert Aquatic Center which houses a 10 lane 50M x 25Y pool competition pool with depth ranging from 7’-14’. There is a separate 6 lane 25y warm water lessons pool. Hulbert Aquatic Center is owned by West Fargo Public Schools and is also home to three high school teams in the district. We are seeking an experienced, organized, and positive Head Coach to help bring our club to the next level. You will be working with the coaching staff to develop a program that will create a solid foundation for age group athletes, while increasing our senior swimming success. You must possess a high degree of emotional maturity, work to motivate children with varied attributes and skill levels, and foster strong communication with parents. You must have a strong desire to create a positive training environment for all athletes to achieve success in the pool and life and be willing to grow to make this your ultimate goal for yourself, your staff, and the team. You will directly coach at least one group. You may focus on the level of your choice: Senior/National or Age-Group. A Lead Assistant Coach is also being sought to work with the Head Coach to lead the other level(s). The responsibilities include, but are not limited to, providing outstanding service through positive personal interactions and the overall management of the West Fargo Flyers Swim Team programs. This will include assisting in program development and administration, personnel supervision, and equipment recommendations. Position is approximately 40 hours per week, depending on practice/meet schedules and administrative needs. Job Responsibilities: - Team leader, coordinator, ambassador and swimming subject matter expert - Ability to demonstrate mature judgment, reliability, availability, and ethical behavior including punctuality, confidentiality, positive and constructive feedback, and ability to function in a multi-task environment - Ability to meet all USA Swimming certification and coaching requirements (CPR, Safety Training for Swim Coaches, USA Swimming Background Check, Athlete Protection, Lifeguard, First Aid, Concussion, etc.) - Create and promote a vision and strategy for growth, in collaboration with the Board of Directors and lead coach - Perform various administrative tasks relating to the team (year round) - Attend monthly board meetings - Build relationships with local school districts and aquatic staffs (pool/lane rental schedules) - Participate in club activities and social events - Maintain the team website and social media presence - Ensure proper staffing for all meets during the season - Administer swim meet entries Athlete development: - Emphasize proper stroke technique, and understand the progression for each training group - Plan, prepare, and conduct team practices based on pre-developed annual training vision - Positively and constructively communicate and motivate children with the ability to consider varied social, emotional and physical attributes - Manage, observe, and constructively evaluate athlete performance at practices and meets to enhance technique and motivation - Work directly instructing athletes of all ages/abilities - Family engagement - Take proactive steps to communicate/educate parents about club policies, procedures, stroke technique, meet entry, and registration - Attend monthly parent meetings - Manage, develop and schedule Assistant Coaches - Determine best fit coaching schedule and training group(s) for each Assistant Coach, aligning the full team of coaches - Ensure all assistant coach certifications are maintained and current - Supervise and develop coaching staff, both on an individual basis and to work cohesively as a team Minimum Skills and Qualifications: - 5+ years competitive swim coaching experience and coaching membership that is in good standing with USA Swimming - Demonstrated ability to work well and communicate effectively with athletes of all ages/abilities, staff and administrators - Computer proficiency, including email, internet navigation, Excel, Word, Meet Manager, Team Unify Back Office, and Deck Pass - Strong organizational, interpersonal, written and oral communication skills - Enthusiasm for continuing coaching education - Experienced with USA Swimming OME, TeamUnify, HY-TEK Preferred Skills and Qualifications: - Bachelor’s Degree in sports management or education preferred; experience can stand in place of this requirement. - Advanced experience coaching various ages and skill levels in a competitive environment - LSC leadership experience as either a board or committee member - Experience with dryland training and nutrition Compensation: -This is a salaried Head Coach position with our club. - Compensation will be competitive to market and will be reflective of experience and qualifications. - Team pays for all credentials for USA Swimming requirements. - An education training budget is provided for coaches. Application: - Interested applicants should submit to WFF Board Coaches Committee (wffboard@gmail.com). Applications submitted by August 1, 2020 will receive priority review from the Coaches Committee. Anticipated start date is September 2020. The position shall remain open until filled. A complete application consists of: - Letter of application detailing relevant experience and how the applicant is prepared to fulfill the responsibilities of the position - Statement describing the applicant’s coaching philosophy - Current resume - List of three current references with contact information - Salary expectations Minimum Skills and Qualifications • 5+ years competitive swim coaching experience and coaching membership that is in good standing with USA Swimming • Demonstrated ability to work well and communicate effectively with athletes of all ages/abilities, staff and administrators • Computer proficiency, including email, internet navigation, Excel, Word, Meet Manager, Team Unify Back Office, and Deck Pass • Strong organizational, interpersonal, written and oral communication skills • Enthusiasm for continuing coaching education • Experienced with USA Swimming OME, TeamUnify, HY-TEK  Preferred Skills and Qualifications • Bachelor’s Degree in sports management or education preferred; experience can stand in place of this requirement. • Advanced experience coaching various ages and skill levels in a competitive environment • LSC leadership experience as either a board or committee member • Experience with dryland training and nutrition Compensation: • This is a salaried Head Coach position with our club.  Compensation will be competitive to market and will be reflective of experience and qualifications. • Team pays for all credentials for USA Swimming requirements. • An education training budget is provided for coaches. Application:

Assistant Athletic Trainer | Pfeiffer University

Thu, 2020-07-23 14:48
Miseheimer, North Carolina, Pfeiffer University is accepting applications for the position of Assistant Athletic Trainer. Pfeiffer University is a NCAA Division III institution competing in the USA South Conference. The Assistant Athletic Trainer will report to the Director of Sports Medicine while being responsible for the recognition, evaluation, care, prevention and rehabilitation of injuries to student-athletes. The purpose of the position is to provide the best possible health care to the student-athletes at Pfeiffer University. A major emphasis is the prevention, evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation related injuries and medical conditions. •To supervise and maintain the athletic training room when the Director of Sports Medicine is not present to meet the needs of the student-athletes. •To serve as a liaison between the student-athlete, his/her parents, the coach, and the medical community in matters relative to the prevention, care, and management of athletic related injuries and illnesses. •To plan, implement, and monitor the rehabilitation of injured student-athletes. •Maintain the privacy of an athlete’s health information and explain how, when and why we would disclose an athlete’s protected health information. To attend on-campus athletic training clinics with the team physician. •Assist in serving as the liaison between the team physician and the athletic department. •To maintain a file on the medical history of all student-athletes, which include a formal medical history form, warning letters, emergency medical information, daily injury reports, daily treatment records, physician referrals, release records, physician notes, operative notes, and rehabilitative notes. •To assist, as needed, in processing all insurance forms for medical fees and charges concerning sports-related injuries to the student-athletes. •To be aware of each student-athletes’ insurance coverage and to make sure proper protocol and procedures are followed to ensure payment by the insurance company. •To keep the Director of Sports Medicine/Head Athletic Trainer aware of equipment and supply needs. To coordinate athletic training services for teams at away competitions. •To assist the visiting athletic teams with the necessary athletic training and medical needs. •To advice and counsel student-athletes and their parents in regard to the emergency treatments required for non-athletic/athletic injuries and illnesses. To make final decisions relative to the participation of student-athletes in practices and competitions, based on his/her examination of the injury/illness, information from the physician, and other pertinent information relative to the injury/illness. •To administer, in conjunction with the Director of Sports Medicine and Director of Athletics, the department’s policies and procedures for drug, alcohol, and other education and testing. •Maintain current national and state licensure and certification requirements. •Maintain knowledge of contemporary athletic training issues by participating in continuing education activities to provide an appropriate standard of care. Maintain all appropriate CPR/AED/First Aid requirements as defined by the NATABOC. The only individuals this position would supervise are student workers. All evaluations of work performance will be done by the Director of Sports Medicine/Head Athletic Trainer. This job requires night and weekend practice, game coverage, and night & weekend travel. It also will include out-of-state travel with certain teams. Some heavy lifting required. Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in Athletic Training/Sports Medicine, Physical Education, Kinesiology, or other related discipline. Master’s degree preferred. A Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification (NATABOC). Current Professional Rescuer CPR and First Aid Certification. One year minimum of athletic training experience at collegiate level of athletics. Ability to act independently and make decisions under all circumstances. Excellent communication skills. Must be able to adapt to a rapidly changing work environment. Must be able to handle confidential information in a discreet manner. Positive attitude/behavior. 10-month position

Assistant Women's Rugby Coach | Army West Point Athletic Association

Thu, 2020-07-23 14:10
West Point, New York, Position Summary: The Assistant Coach is responsible for supporting the Head Coach by coaching Cadet-Athletes, recruiting, monitoring Cadet-Athletes academic progress, scheduling, managing travel, overseeing the discipline and conduct of the Cadet-Athletes. This position reports to the Head Coach. All the duties of the position must be conducted in adherence with the policies, rules, and regulations of USMA, AWPAA, NIRA and the NCAA. Duties and Responsibilities: The Assistant Coach will aid the Head Coach with instruction of skills to Cadet-Athletes, plan and attend practice sessions, matches, workouts, and conditioning sessions, the recruitment of qualified perspective student athletes to the United States Military Academy, provide a positive education environment for all team members, assist with any approved camps, clinics, exhibitions, and campus activities, help with administrative tasks delegated, and any other duties assigned by the Head Coach. The Assistant Coach will be expected to promote the philosophy and objectives of Army West Point Athletic Association, adhere to and enforce all Departmental policies and procedures, and to abide by regulations set forth by the United States Military Academy, NIRA, and the NCAA. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree required. 1-3 years of collegiate coaching experience. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in diverse settings, both on campus and in the community.   Ability to provide leadership and instruction in the personal and athletic development of staff and cadet-athletes. Ability to demonstrate effective communication skills both orally and written. Ability to commit to the highest ethical standards.     Working Conditions: Exposure to weather elements during outdoor events. Must be able to work nights, weekends, and holidays.    Physical Requirements: Must be able to perform duties in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment that may require medium lifting at times.

Assistant Swimming & Diving Coach | North Carolina State University

Thu, 2020-07-23 14:03
Raleigh, North Carolina, This position will serve as the Assistant Swimming & Diving Coach. The Assistant Swimming & Diving Coach adheres to departmental policies and procedures, as well as rules and regulations of the University, the ACC and the NCAA. In addition this position will assist with scouting and recruiting, to include on campus visits of prospective student-athletes. Key Responsibilities of the Assistant Swimming e education meetings; demonstrating commitment to both the intent and spirit of applicable NCAA and ACC rules and regulations; demonstrating integrity and professionalism in applying guidelines to individual program. - Assists with the scouting and recruitment of student-athletes, to include assisting with on-campus visits of prospective student-athletes. - Assists in coaching and teaching skill-development in student-athletes. Instructs on team philosophy, physical health and safety. Responsible for sole instruction and method of teaching in an assigned area. - Monitors the conditioning and training of student-athletes, in conjunction with the Strength Coach and the Athletic Training staff. - Attends coaches’ preparatory meetings. Develops and implements strategies resulting from these meetings. - Advises and counsels with student-athletes regarding their obligations to comply with all rules and regulations related to financial aid and eligibility, academic performance, as well as personal conduct and appearance. - Assists in monitoring the academic progress and eligibility status of student-athletes, to include both class and study hall attendance. Work to achieve academic standards for student athletes, maintaining a multi-year APR above 950. Demonstrate consistent commitment to the academic performance, retention and graduation of student athletes. Effectiveness of monitoring progress reports, progress toward degree, encouragement of participation in campus/athletic department leadership and activities, implements programs that involve community service, and encourages the pursuit of internships, jobs and volunteer work in academic area(s) of interest. - Assists in maintaining statistics. - Interfaces with officials. - Participates in public relations activities, as needed, to include granting interviews with newspaper, radio and television media, attending press conferences and making public appearances. - Assists with planning and coordinating approved fund raising activities, as assigned. - Assists with budget preparations. Operates within approved budget allocations. - Assists with the development of schedules for practice and competition, as assigned, to include interfacing with Departmental administrators and representatives of other schools and conference. - Assists with making necessary travel arrangements. Travels with the team and monitors the conduct of student-athletes. - Interfaces with Student Managers to insure that necessary athletic equipment is available for scheduled practices and competitive events. - Monitors the condition of equipment and requests repairs or replacement, as necessary. - Participates in clinics, exhibitions and camps. - Performs other duties as assigned by Head Coach and Administration. Bachelor's Degree Minimum of 3 years of applicable coaching experience required. Knowledge and commitment to the compliance with ACC , NCAA , and University guidelines are required. Computer skills that demonstrate ability to perform required duties. Good interpersonal communication skills. n/a

Head Coach, Women's Soccer | Wenatchee Valley College

Thu, 2020-07-23 14:01
Wenatchee, Washington, As the head coach, teach techniques and skills at a level appropriate for collegiate competition, develop and organize a comprehensive practice schedule, recruit student-athletes in accordance with college policies and Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) regulations, assist with advising and registration of student athletes, make arrangements for team travel including driving, submitting advance travel requests and securing lodging, assist in the purchase of appropriate supplies and equipment, represent the college at conference meetings, implement NWAC policies as defined in the official NWAC codebook, fundraise to supplement the budget, support and partner with the athletic department and its activities, and develop a strategic plan to be highly competitive, promote academics and involvement in the community. Minimum Qualifications: Demonstrated experience as a coach at a level commensurate with competitive intercollegiate athletics. Current CPR/First Aid certification or will obtain as per condition of employment. Knowledge of NWAC code and regulations or willingness to become knowledgeable. Valid unrestricted Washington state driver’s license or able to obtain one if you are currently living out of state. Bachelor’s degree or commensurate professional experience leading in the sport to which you are applying.   Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree. Strong demonstrated ability to teach, with a focus on the holistic development of student-athletes. Demonstrated success recruiting athletes and retaining them through degree or transfer completion. Demonstrated competency and experience working in a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological, gender and racial/ethnic backgrounds and those with physical, emotional and or learning disabilities. Bilingual in Spanish and English.

Assistant Athletics Director – Compliance | UC San Diego Tritons

Thu, 2020-07-23 13:36
La Jolla, California, Salary range: $55,000 - $65,000 /year Filing deadline: Thu 8/6/2020 DESCRIPTION The University of California, San Diego is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Assistant Athletics Director – Compliance. UC San Diego, located in La Jolla, in the San Diego Metropolitan area, enrolls over 35,000 students, earned recognition as one of the world’s premier research universities, and is ranked as one of the top-10 public universities in the nation. UC San Diego Athletics has a proud tradition of academic and athletic excellence, sponsors 23 varsity sports, and is reclassifying to NCAA Division I as a member of the Big West Conference. Triton Athletics consistently ranks as one of the most successful athletic programs, ranking among the top 7 nationally in the Learfield Director’s Cup on 13 different occasions and has finished second overall three times. Under general direction from the Associate Athletics Director (AD) – NCAA Compliance, the Assistant Athletics Director will be responsible for the NCAA rules monitoring and education programs and assisting with the administration of all other aspects of the Athletics NCAA Division I Compliance Program. The individual will assist with setting the strategic direction and overseeing the development and implementation of the rules education of coaches, student-athletes, administrative staff, representatives of athletics interests, parents, fans and prospective scholar-athletes to help foster an atmosphere of compliance. Additionally, the Assistant Athletics Director will direct and oversee matters pertaining to the monitoring, interpretation, documentation and implementation of all NCAA, conference, and university rules and regulations for coaches, staff, scholar-athletes, prospective scholar-athletes, campus constituents, boosters, alumni, and parents of scholar-athletes and prospective scholar-athletes. The incumbent will follow the athletic philosophy consistent with that of the UC San Diego Athletic Department and NCAA, and a commitment to diversity in all of its forms. Triton Athletics promotes the pursuit of excellence, strength of character, teamwork, ethical conduct, and diversity, and is inextricably linked to the educational mission of the University. ~ This position requires flexibility to adjust work schedule to accommodate workload and deadlines. A complete application will include a Cover Letter, Online Application and Resume. Apply at: https://jobs.ucsd.edu/bulletin/job.aspx?jobnum_in=105071 QUALIFICATIONS Thorough knowledge of program activity and best practices. Knowledge and skills to analyze, interpret, and review NCAA procedures to enhance monitoring of NCAA legislative compliance. Demonstrated experience working with NCAA Division I rules and experience providing interpretations and preparing waivers. Demonstrated experience investigating matters relating to NCAA rules violations and reporting violations to the NCAA, the appropriate Conference and the University. Must be able to maintain working knowledge of NCAA and conference athletic aid regulations for the 23 men's & women's sports. Professional knowledge of the philosophy and objectives of NCAA athletics programs. Professional knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations related to academic eligibility, recruiting, amateurism, playing and practice seasons, and financial aid, among others. Proven ability to comprehend, analyze, and interpret data and provide appropriate response utilizing campus/department resources for report preparation and correspondence, and implementation of policies and procedures. Highly effective and excellent verbal and written communication skills in the English language. Proven interpersonal skills. Ability to interact in positive manner with diverse clientele, using a high degree of confidence, initiative, tact, diplomacy, flexibility, and patience in dealing with diverse population of students, parents, staff, supporters, campus administrators, faculty and the public. Proficiency in the use of basic computer applications relevant to job duties. Skill in use of personal computer for word processing, database management and use of various compliance programs such as CA, LSDBi and ARMS. Thorough knowledge of and experience working with compliance monitoring software (ie. ARMS/JumpForward) and Compliance Assistant preferred – UC San Diego utilizes ARMS. Ability to develop, implement and disseminate training materials with a broad understanding of NCAA policies and the best practices issues in the field of athletic compliance, while effectively tailoring materials to respective audiences (student-athletes, coaches, parents, faculty, alumni, donors), utilizing varied styles of presentation, including oral, visual, written and interactive. Must be able to educate students, coaches, staff, campus community, boosters and administrators on the appropriate rules. Ability to act as a liaison between the coaching staff, students and parents with the Financial Aid Office and Undergraduate Admissions Office. Proven experience interpreting policies, procedures, and regulatory information and developing comprehensive policies, procedures, tools, guidelines and forms. Ability to communicate Compliance interpretations. Experience in maintaining comprehensive records of athletically related aid awarded by Intercollegiate Athletics by sport, and by other categories. Ability to follow the athletic philosophy consistent with that of the UC San Diego Athletic Department and NCAA. Commitment to diversity in all of its forms. Ability to maintain confidentiality in all matters. A strong sense of ethical conduct, fairness, cooperation, civility, mutual respect and professionalism. Full benefits

Women's Volleyball Graduate Assistant Coach | University of Charleston

Thu, 2020-07-23 11:50
Charleston, West Virginia, Assist the Head Volleyball Coach in full capacity--recruiting, counseling, and coaching student-athletes. Coordinates the conditioning of student athletes to achieve maximum athletic performance, assesses players' skills and assigns team positions, evaluates own and opposition team capabilities to determine game strategy, and coaches or directs coaches to instruct players in techniques of game. Essential Functions: To recruit student athletes and develop strategies for the retention of current student athletes. To develop philosophy for all facets of the major sport to be carried into practices and games. To plan, schedule, and coordinate practices, games, personal and team travel in compliance with institutional policies and procedures. To perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics and Head Volleyball Coach. Secondary Function: Laundry Coordinator for 1-2 sports per Fall, Winter and Spring Season. A Bachelor's degree required. Prefer 2-3 years of coaching experience minimun. Experience in recruiting at the collegiate level is also preferred. Graduate Academic Programs availalble: MBA or MSSL (Strategic Leadership). MSSL is preferred.  Visit www.ucwv.edu for more information on Graduate Programs.  Full Tuition, Room, and Board is included as part of the compensation for the Graduate Assistant Coaching position.   To Apply Submit an application package by email to jennabrown@ucwv.edu. Include: Cover Letter, Resume, References, and Coaching Philosophy.  Addition compensation available through camps, lessons, and clinics.

Head Volleyball Coach | Seward County Community College

Thu, 2020-07-23 11:13
Liberal, Kansas, Develops and directs strategy for recruiting, counseling and coaching student athletes in the major sport program. Directs the conditioning of student athletes to achieve maximum athletic performance, assesses players' skills and assigns team positions, evaluates own and opposition team capabilities to determine game strategy, and coaches or directs coaches to instruct players in techniques of game. Essential Functions: To recruit student athletes and develop strategies for the retention of current student athletes. To develop philosophy for all facets of the major sport to be carried into practices and games. To plan, schedule, and coordinate practices, games, personal and team travel in compliance with institutional policies and procedures. To monitor and develop program and scholarship budgets. To perform teaching duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics. A Bachelor's degree required. Minimum of 5 years of coaching experience with 2 years as head coach at the collegiate level and 3 years coaching experience at a high school/professional; collegiate level as assistant coaching. Experience in recruiting at the collegiate level required. Must have a positive coaching philosophy and excellent communication and organizational skills. Familiar with NCAA and NVA rules a plus. The success full candidate must be acculturated or be willing to become acculturated to the community and demographic flavors of the rural Midwest. To Apply   Submitt an application package by emailed to  jobs@sccc.edu;  faxed to 620-417-1124; or mailed to SCCC atte: HR, PO box 1137, Liberal KS 67901.  Direct inquiries to Human Resources at 620-417-1123.   Application package must contain: Completed and signed Seward County Community College application. For employment application click  HERE Cover letter, which states how the candidate specifically meets the qualifications. Job-related resume including contact information for three professional references. Copies of transcripts and copies of relevant certifications, if applicable.   **If employed, it is the responsibility of the candidate to provide official transcripts within 30 days.  (Foreign transcripts must be translated and evaluated to determine equivalency to U.S. standards.  Any fee for such services is paid by the applicant.)   If any of the required materials are not submitted with your application packet, your application will be deemed incomplete and will not be forwarded to the committee for screening.  Please notify Human Resources if you require any special accommodation(s) in meeting these requirements.  We regret that the College is unable to sponsor employment Visas or consider individuals on time-limited Visa status. Successful applicant will be required to pass a criminal background check prior to employment. Separate application required for additional or future openings. Employment based on 227 days during the fiscal year. Application Priority Deadline: August 3, 2020 Start Date: ASAP For more info visit www.sccc.edu

Assistant Women’s Rowing Coach and Associate in the Dept of Intercollegiate Athletics and Phys Ed | Columbia University

Thu, 2020-07-23 10:53
New York, New York, The Assistant Women’s Rowing Coach provides administrative, instructional, and recruiting support services under the direction and supervision of the Head Women’s Rowing Coach. RESPONSIBILITIES: •Achieving a high level of competency in sport skill instruction, motivation, and conduct of practice sessions under the direction of the Head Women’s Rowing Coach. •Recruiting student-athletes effectively under the direction of the Head Women’s Rowing Coach. •Assist in achieving competitive results that demonstrate athletic excellence. •Demonstrating a sincere interest in the social, emotional, academic development, as well as the athletic welfare of student-athletes. •Demonstrating excellent writing, speaking and listening abilities. • Exhibiting supportive and cooperative behavior in pursuing sport program goals established by the Head Women’s Rowing Coach. • Exhibiting leadership and professional behavior in dealing with student-athletes. •Completing all assignments made by the Head Women’s Rowing Coach including but not limited to budget management, scheduling, travel arrangements and fundraising. •Responsible for teaching in the required Physical Education program. •Participating in continuing education conferences, workshops, or meetings to increase professional skills and knowledge. •Exhibiting the highest professional standards and ethical behavior with adherence to NCAA, Council of Ivy League Presidents, University, and the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education rules and regulations. •Contributing to the maintenance of good working relationships with all members of the Department Performing duties as assigned by the Director, Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education •A high level of competency in women’s rowing skill instruction and motivation, and understanding of the role of intercollegiate athletics in a highly competitive academic environment. •Strong recruiting, teaching and coaching skills. •An ability to build and maintain positive relationships with student athletes, staff and alumni. •Demonstrated success in coaching women’s rowing preferably at the  NCAA . Division level Curriculum Vitae List of References

Director, Project Play, Southeast Michigan | Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan

Thu, 2020-07-23 10:47
Detroit, Michigan, The Director of Project Play: Southeast Michigan will lead the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan’s efforts to facilitate the implementation of Project Play: Southeast Michigan. The goal of this initiative is: Building a Southeast Michigan community in which all children have the opportunity to be active in sports or recreation regardless of gender, race, zip code, or ability The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan and the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation, with technical support from The Aspen Institute Sports ns, as well as residents, in collective action. This position is funded by the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation for three years beginning September 2020. The Community Foundation serves as convener, co-creator and administrative backbone organization for the Initiative, working with the Aspen Institute and Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation to mobilize stakeholders and develop breakthrough initiatives. Initiative change strategies focus on The Aspen Institute Project Play framework and builds upon the Project Play Southeast Michigan State of Play report released in June 2017. The Director, Project Play: Southeast Michigan, is primarily responsible for leading, managing, coordinating and executing the Project Play’s role in Southeast Michigan’s youth sports ecosystem. This is a senior leadership role, reporting directly to the Vice President, Program. This will include: (1) serving as the link between the Community Foundation, the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation, contractors (including Aspen Institute), the Southeast Michigan Youth Sports Task Force, working groups and key stakeholders, as well as the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo, who is managing a parallel initiative; (2) maintaining strong knowledge of relevant community issues; (3) developing and maintaining strong relationships in the youth sports ecosystem; (4) and utilizing tools for advancing collective action, including: convening partners, building coalitions, forging common agendas, organizing media campaigns, initiating grants, and leveraging resources. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE •Manage and/or inform Project Play: Southeast Michigan, including strategy, execution, learning, and evaluation •Manage and maintain the engagement of task force members and key stakeholders •Develop, formalize, and maintain a strong regional youth sports network involving a diverse group of citizens, professionals, community stakeholders, and elected officials, when appropriate •Facilitate the efforts of stakeholders to create shared agendas, common action plans, assessment systems, and sustainability strategies •Work with Director, Health Initiatives on areas of alignment with Project Play: Southeast Michigan and physical and behavioral health •Align the work of Project Play: Southeast Michigan to current and future efforts of public space/green infrastructure and the broader youth programming/development field at the Community Foundation, Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation, and in southeast Michigan •Ensure community convenings, stakeholder events and meetings are coordinated •Seek and secure additional support to leverage existing resources dedicated to southeast Michigan youth activity, including attracting funding from sources outside the southeast Michigan region and/or increasing flow of government funds to physical activity via policy change efforts •Work with communications teams at the Community Foundation and the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation to develop and deliver key messages about Project Play: Southeast Michigan and broader coordinated funding strategies that advance opportunities for youth to be physically active as well as reflect the foundations’ brand and brand promises •Oversee the Southeast Michigan Youth Sports Task Force and Workgroups, including developing agendas, facilitating meetings and involving the Task Force and Workgroups in strategy development for the region •Oversee the grantmaking activities of the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Legacy Fund for Youth Sports at the Community Foundation in partnership with Community Foundation Program staff, and promote/coordinate with grantmaking strategies of local and national partners •Manage relevant contracts and budgets •Assist the Vice President, Program in the coordination of work across program areas where Project Play intersects with other activities of the Foundation •Be knowledgeable of Foundation’s electronic grant tracking systems and assist with pulling reports and analyzing grantmaking activities as needed for communications activities •Assist with the development of content for Project Play publications and web-based information KEY COMPETENTICIES As the key leader for this unique collaborative, a number of special competencies are desired, including the ability to: •Engage peer funders in project development and investment where interests overlap •Analyze and develop a community network of all constituent groups •Influence community leadership and promote policy and system changes that benefit program goals and the local level •Drive identification and design of outcome indicators in partnership with evaluators •Build and implement vision for community capacity building and leadership •Assess and manage risk to the project, the Community Foundation, and key project partners when considering activities •Think strategically and entrepreneurially •Manage financial, project and operational aspects of effort, with support from Community Foundation team as backbone organization •Actively engage in continuous learning •Demonstrate a high level of cultural acuity and flexibility across a very diverse seven-county region TECHNICAL EXPERTISE/EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS   Technical Expertise Desired •        Ten years of progressively more responsible experience in youth sports, athletics administration, or related community-based field •        Demonstrated domain expertise and ability to lead strategy development •        Past experience playing, coaching and/or management experience within sports is preferred •        Proven program development and project management experience, prioritizing multiple projects within tight deadlines •        Extensive knowledge of the youth sport sector and culture and experience in leading and facilitating community coalitions •        Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with persons of diverse backgrounds and organizations throughout the Southeast Michigan community •        Bachelor’s degree minimum, with Graduate Degree strongly preferred; relevant backgrounds may include sports management, planning, public administration, education, business, economics, etc. •        Experience in communicating in a persuasive, credible manner, in person, in digital settings, and in writing and presentations •        Strong analytical, evaluative, and managerial skills •        Experience in the management and supervision of staff •        Computer proficiency in all Microsoft components •        Technology skills and the ability to apply software knowledge •        Demonstrate consistent quality •        Commitment to the team effort of the Community Foundation and the Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation     OTHER PERSONAL CHARACTERISITICS   •        Solid judgment and apparent leadership skills •        A team player who can interrelate and operate effectively with peers and other associates within a collegial, yet demanding, work environment •        An individual who can handle a variety of constituencies, manage multiple tasks simultaneously, and thrive in a complex environment with multiple priorities •        Impeccable integrity •        Strong analytical skills, business intuition, and common sense with the ability to innovate •        Strong work ethic •        Entrepreneurial mindset with the ability to work both collaboratively and autonomously as the situation dictates •        Strong time management skills Benefits provided including medical, dental, vision, life/LTD, paid parking, 403(b), foundation funded pension program, paid vacation, holidays, personal and sick days.

Graduate Assistant – Men’s and Women’s Soccer | University of St. Thomas - Houston

Thu, 2020-07-23 09:19
Houston, Texas, The University of St. Thomas (UST), a private Catholic University committed to the liberal arts and the religious and intellectual tradition of Catholic higher education, located in Houston, Texas, near the vibrant central business district, Texas Medical Center, and museum district, is seeking applicants for a Graduate Assistant – Men’s and Women’s Soccer position. This position reports directly to the Men’s and Women’s Head Soccer Coaches for all matters related to the Soccer program and will work closely with the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, faculty, administration and staff.. JOB SUMMARY: This is a 12-month position responsible for collaboration with the head coaches of the Men’s and Women’s Soccer program, including the administration of day-to-day aspects of a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III soccer program. This includes a commitment to the student-athletes’ academic progress and degree completion. Essential duties and responsibilities: Student development theory is used to create, plan, and implement educational, social, physical and cultural programming designed to enhance the overall experience and achievement of both undergraduate and graduate students. These means are accomplished through the following specific duties: •Assist in the management of the day-to-day activities of an NCAA DIII soccer program in coordination with the head coaches •Work with the goalkeepers for both programs in individual training and assessment •Stay updated and compliant with all NCAA Division III rules and regulations. •Recruitment of student-athletes in compliance with UNIVERSITY and NCAA DIII policies & procedures •Practice preparation •Scheduling and travel arrangements •Work with the Faculty Athletics Representative •Coordinate with other offices on campus including Admissions, Financial Aid, and the Registrar •Participate actively in campus events and on university committees in order to support the University community and provide a leadership presence •Perform other duties as assigned by the Athletic Administration •Serve as event day administrator as assigned •Design, market and manage summer youth camps and clinics in coordination with the head coaches •Serve as facility monitor for safety and well-being of participants in athletic activities Working conditions: Position requires irregular office hours including after-hours and weekend work to attend competitions, practices and university events. Office hours will be established in consultation with the Head Coaches of Men’s and Women’s Soccer. Physical requirements are those of a normal office. The University of St. Thomas is an Equal Opportunity Employer Education and Experience: ·         A Bachelor’s Degree is required with an emphasis in Kinesiology, Sport Management or a related field preferred. ·         The successful candidate must also have excellent verbal communication and strong interpersonal skills. ·         Must have the ability to relate and interact with a diverse group of students. ·         Basic proficiency level in Excel and Word software with the ability to prepare Word documents and spreadsheets. ·         Experience playing soccer including goalkeeping experience preferred.  

Assistant Athletic Trainer | SUNY Cobleskill

Wed, 2020-07-22 17:59
Cobleskill, New York, SUNY Cobleskill, a NCAA Division III school competing in the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Assistant Athletic Trainer. The incumbent in this position will be responsible for the following: Prevention, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation for athletes in 22 varsity sports Administrative duties include acting as the liaison between the Campus Wellness Center and Team Orthopedic Injury and treatment record keeping, supply inventory, and program budgeting Provide practice and athletic contest coverage Teaching responsibilities in the Sport and Exercise Department as assigned along with advisement of Sport and Exercise and Sport Management student Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Athletic Training or closely related field NATA certification New York State Athletic Training license Ability to maintain a flexible schedule based on athletic practice and contest schedule Preferred Qualifications In addition to the aforementioned minimum qualifications, it is preferred the candidate also have:  A Master's degree in Athletic Training or closely related field and/or Strength and Conditioning specialist This is a SL-2 position. The work schedule for this position varies and requires flexibility. This position offers full New York State benefits which are among the most comprehensive in the country. SUNY Cobleskill is committed to providing a safe and productive learning and living community for our students and employees. To achieve that goal, we conduct background investigations for all final candidates being considered for employment. Any offer of employment is contingent on the successful completion of the background check. This position may be designated 55 b/c and is subject to verification of applicant eligibility. SUNY Cobleskill is committed to fostering a diverse community of outstanding faculty, staff, and students, and ensuring equal educational and employment opportunity and access to services, programs and activities without regard to an individual's race, color, national origin, religion, creed, age, disability, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, familial status, pregnancy, predisposing genetic characteristics, military status, domestic violence victim status, criminal conviction, or any other legally protected status.

Head Women's Soccer Coach | Schreiner University

Wed, 2020-07-22 17:31
Kerrville, Texas, SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES Reporting to the Director of Athletics, the Women’s Soccer Coach must provide strategic leadership for Women’s Soccer program while supporting the wider mission and goals of the University. The Coach is responsible for all aspects of coaching the team including recruiting, fitness training, practice, competition and travel. The Coach will advocate for the importance of the Schreiner Women’s Soccer program within the campus community, as well as the larger Kerrville community, and will serve as a role model of the high standards expected of our students. A successful candidate will have experience recruiting students, as well as cultivating friends of the various programs to meet enrollment and fundraising goals. The successful candidate should demonstrate and support a commitment and sensitivity to diversity, gender equity, and equal opportunity. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Develop a program that will be highly competitive annually within the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference. Ambitiously and successfully recruit and retain academically and athletically motivated student-athletes who will have a positive impact on the program and campus. Monitor and promote a highly successful academic atmosphere for student-athletes. Develop a culture of excellence where successful student-athletes will thrive and be engaged in the growth of the team and themselves. Plan and conduct team practices and workouts for traditional and non-traditional seasons. Prepare (conference and non-conference) schedules for submission to Director of Athletics annually. Know and abide by the rules and policies of Schreiner University, SCAC, and NCAA. Work with athletics administration to manage all aspects of home contests, including coordination of facilities and officials. Make travel arrangements for road games and trips. Promote an atmosphere of academic excellence for student-athletes. Participate in conference meetings. Provide meet results and statistics to the SU Sports Information Director or Asst. Athletic Director Be responsible for the purchase, inventory and maintenance (and repair if necessary) of uniforms, supplies, and equipment. Be responsible for athletes’ conduct on trips. Recommend athletes for awards. Develop a positive relationship with and play an active role in university and community events and programs. Work collaboratively with Student Services and Residence Life staff with respect to student needs and any issues related to student behavior. Collaborate with Director in establishing a fundraising plan for that meets the department’s annual fundraising goals and aligns with the University’s overall fundraising strategy Manage funds by staying within an annual budget which includes equipment, travel, facility, training or related resource needs. Be responsible for processing business-related paperwork, such as: requisitions for purchase orders, travel forms, credit card purchases and receipts, travel advances, reimbursements and other business forms. In coordination with auxiliary services and the other coaches, promote and manage a summer camp program that helps to achieve the fundraising goals of the department. Other duties as assigned from time to time by the Athletic Director and/or Dean of Students Maintain University Safety – To ensure that all filing cabinet drawers are shut when not in use, cords are not across floor without being securely fastened down, all walkways remain clear in the office and hallway with no items hanging off edges or coming out from under tables, and chairs are placed in unobtrusive areas. Monitor baseball facility for safety. Communications – Acts to facilitate good communications between employees, students, parents and management through interpersonal and professional communication techniques. Confidentiality – Maintains the highest level of confidence concerning all matters in the Athletic Department. Does not discuss in any manner any information obtained through work. WORKING CONDITIONS Out of town overnight travel for intercollegiate athletic contests, meetings, conferences and recruiting efforts using personal, university, or rental vehicle. Maintain general office hours in off season. Weekend and holiday work schedule when necessary. Occasional overtime work required during season and post season play/recruiting/meetings 90% walking or standing during season and practice ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Develop a program that will be highly competitive annually within the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference. Ambitiously and successfully recruit and retain academically and athletically motivated student-athletes who will have a positive impact on the program and campus. Monitor and promote a highly successful academic atmosphere for student-athletes. Develop a culture of excellence where successful student-athletes will thrive and be engaged in the growth of the team and themselves. Plan and conduct team practices and workouts for traditional and non-traditional seasons. Prepare (conference and non-conference) schedules for submission to Director of Athletics annually. Know and abide by the rules and policies of Schreiner University, SCAC, and NCAA. Work with athletics administration to manage all aspects of home contests, including coordination of facilities and officials. Make travel arrangements for road games and trips. Promote an atmosphere of academic excellence for student-athletes. Participate in conference meetings. Provide meet results and statistics to the SU Sports Information Director or Asst. Athletic Director Be responsible for the purchase, inventory and maintenance (and repair if necessary) of uniforms, supplies, and equipment. Be responsible for athletes’ conduct on trips. Recommend athletes for awards. Develop a positive relationship with and play an active role in university and community events and programs. Work collaboratively with Student Services and Residence Life staff with respect to student needs and any issues related to student behavior. Collaborate with Director in establishing a fundraising plan for that meets the department’s annual fundraising goals and aligns with the University’s overall fundraising strategy Manage funds by staying within an annual budget which includes equipment, travel, facility, training or related resource needs. Be responsible for processing business-related paperwork, such as: requisitions for purchase orders, travel forms, credit card purchases and receipts, travel advances, reimbursements and other business forms. In coordination with auxiliary services and the other coaches, promote and manage a summer camp program that helps to achieve the fundraising goals of the department. Other duties as assigned from time to time by the Athletic Director and/or Dean of Students Maintain University Safety – To ensure that all filing cabinet drawers are shut when not in use, cords are not across floor without being securely fastened down, all walkways remain clear in the office and hallway with no items hanging off edges or coming out from under tables, and chairs are placed in unobtrusive areas. Monitor baseball facility for safety. Communications – Acts to facilitate good communications between employees, students, parents and management through interpersonal and professional communication techniques. Confidentiality – Maintains the highest level of confidence concerning all matters in the Athletic Department. Does not discuss in any manner any information obtained through work. WORKING CONDITIONS Out of town overnight travel for intercollegiate athletic contests, meetings, conferences and recruiting efforts using personal, university, or rental vehicle. Maintain general office hours in off season. Weekend and holiday work schedule when necessary. Occasional overtime work required during season and post season play/recruiting/meetings 90% walking or standing during season and practice EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS REQUIRED Bachelor’s Degree required. Prior collegiate coaching experience preferred. Proficiency in scheduling games, practice and travel. Proficiency in preparation and management of budgets. Ability to relate to young women. Ability to communicate effectively and work as University team member. Ability to travel overnight with soccer team. Ability to become certified in CPR, First Aid and AED (automatic external defibrillator) Updated annually. Knows and abides by policies of Schreiner University, SCAC and NCAA. Valid Coaching license throughout employment. Must have a valid Texas driver’s license, related insurance, and good driving record. Obtaining a CDL Driver’s License as soon as possible after hire date will be required.

Assistant Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Coach / Throws | Limestone Athletics

Wed, 2020-07-22 14:44
Gaffney, South Carolina, Limestone University, a Division II member of the South Atlantic Conference (SAC), invites applications for the full-time, 12-month position of Assistant Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Coach / Throws . The successful candidate will assist the head coach in all aspects of the program, including but not limited to: coaching the throwing events, monitoring academic progress of student-athletes, reporting strength & conditioning and athletic training participation, along with other duties as needed to continue the success of the program. A Bachelor degree is required for this position. Candidate must have a commitment to and responsibility for adhering to all rules and regulations of Limestone University, the SAC, and the NCAA. Candidates must have previous successful coaching experience at the NCAA level. The selected candidate must be willing to consent to, and pass, with satisfactory results, an investigative consumer report. Applicants should complete the online application at http://my.limestone.edu/offices/human-resources/jobs and upload a cover letter and resume. If you have additional questions regarding the position, you may direct them to Joe Wassink, Head Track and Field Coach at jwassink@limestone.edu. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. *Resumes may not be submitted in lieu of the application. Limestone University is an equal opportunity employer. AA/EOE

Residence Hall Supervisor/Assistant Softball Coach | Cisco College

Wed, 2020-07-22 12:05
Cisco, Texas, Cisco College is accepting applications for the position of Residence Hall Supervisor (Nance Hall – Cisco Campus)/Assistant Softball Coach. Nance Hall is an all-female residence hall. Minimum qualifications for this full-time position requires a Bachelor’s Degree, Master Degree preferred, from an accredited institution, experience working with diverse groups of young adults, Microsoft Office Software, good organizational skills, effective verbal and written communication skills and the ability to work collaboratively as a team member. This is a live-in position where a furnished apartment and cafeteria meal plan is provided. Resume packages will be accepted until the position is filled. CISCO COLLEGE offers a generous benefit package, including comprehensive medical, dental, and vision insurance. For the medical benefit only, member-only coverage along with $5,000 of basic term life is provided at no cost to the employee. Other coverages are selected by the employee and payment made through payroll deduction. The benefits of working in higher education are many and allow you to plan well for your future. Cisco College offers retirement savings such as Teacher Retirement System or Option Retirement Plan – for qualified positions. Please note: A complete resume package must include a cover letter, completed and signed Cisco College Application (available on the “Employment” Page of our website at www.cisco.edu), resume, and unofficial copy of transcript. Please ensure all required documents are included with your submission. Incomplete packages will be returned unprocessed. Please submit your resume package to: Shelli Garrett Director of Human Resources Cisco College 101 College Heights Cisco, Texas 76437 Office: 254-442-5121 Fax: 254-442-5100 shelli.garrett@cisco.edu Cisco College is an Equal Opportunity Employer Cisco College Staff Job Description Job Title:Residence Hall Supervisor/Assistant Softball Coach Reports to:Dean of Student Services and Head Coach Last Reviewed:July 20, 2020 Job Summary Primary responsibility is to provide administrative, supervisory, and customer service in a residence hall setting. The Hall Supervisor is a resident, and has the responsibility of insuring that resident hall life is supportive of the educational purpose of the institution through enforcement of the Resident Hall policy. It is expected that the Residence Hall Supervisor/Assistant Coach will accomplish assigned duties in an efficient, effective and competent manner, and will strive for improvement and excellence in all work performed. Additionally, this individual must demonstrate a commitment to the comprehensive role of the community college as described in the Cisco College mission statement. All Cisco College employees must cooperate and work harmoniously with college personnel and the public, and must follow all College policies, rules, regulations and guidelines as they relate to this position. Primary Duties Residence Hall Supervisor: 1.Lives in residence hall from August 15 to May 15 (or until all students have officially moved out) and is present every night, including weekends when not fulfilling assistant coaching responsibilities. Moving in before August 15 and/or staying beyond May 15 may be required by the head coach in association with team arrival or departure. A total of four nights away from the campus will be allowed each semester but must be coordinated through the Dean of Student Services. 2.Checks students in and out of dormitory a.At the beginning of the semester, the Resident Hall Supervisor gives each student a room evaluation card, so that the student may evaluate his/her room, noting existing damages or flaws. b.At the end of the semester the Residence Hall Supervisor checks each student out with his or her evaluation card. A second room evaluation is completed, noting any new damages or flaws, for which any damage beyond ordinary wear and tear will be charged to the student. 3.Develops a sense of community among hall residents, emphasizing a concept of caring involvement, consideration, responsibility, and concern for others in the community. 4.Assumes responsibility for his or her dormitory upkeep. This includes monitoring and seeking repair or maintenance for the lobby, hallways, restrooms, and dorm rooms. 5.Sets aside time to walk the halls, being knowledgeable of the dormitory residents, monitoring the halls to insure that conduct is acceptable and in keeping with college policies, including the protection of college property. 6.Enforces quiet hour and visiting hours, asking non-residents to leave at any time their conduct is unacceptable. 7.Sets a good example for residents at all times by following all policies and modeling the responsible behavior expected of residents. 8.Serves as part of the staff responsible for the total residence life area. He or she must work cooperatively with other staff members, be mutually supportive on projects in performance of disciplinary tasks, and be supportive at all times when cooperative work is required. 9.Upholds and enforces all Residence Hall policies within the hall at all times. Hall Supervisors are expected to be familiar with and able to explain all residence hall rules and regulations. 10.Submits incident reports to the Dean of Students within 24 hours of any incident involving a major violation of policy. Is expected to call the Dean of Students and the campus security officer for all incidents requiring the police, an ambulance, or any emergency personnel. 11.Keeps a written record of major disturbances, problems, and complaints from students. 12.Reports damages and assists with room problems, which require immediate attention. 13.Is knowledgeable of all alarm systems, building evacuation, and other emergency procedures. 14.Maintains up-to-date records of students living in the resident hall, including the Emergency Card, Check In-Out Card, room changes, hall changes, and dormitory damages. 15.Conducts weekly health, hygiene, and safety room checks. 16.Assumes responsibility for proper use of all keys, especially master keys. Assistant Coaching: 1.To provide on-the-field coaching. 2.Manage the team on road travel. 3.Teach assigned fundamentals and skills during practice and games. 4.Knowledge of pitching fundamentals and advanced pitching techniques. 5.Assist in evaluating and recruiting of student-athletes. 6.Assist in the tracking of the academic progress of student athletes. 7.Assist in managing sport camps. 8.Assist with fund-raising events. 9.Assist in keeping up to date statistics, uploading into PrestoSports system, and providing them to regional media sources. 10.Assist in maintaining compliance with NJCAA rules and regulations. 11.Attend instructional clinics to remain up to date on coaching techniques. 12.Assist in maintaining an ethical and moral code of behavior and living that is expected of all student athletes that are residing on campus. 13.Assist in implementing the weight and fitness training program. 14.Assist in maintaining equipment inventory. 15.Teach courses for the college in compliance with degree held and SACS-COC (Faculty Credential requirements). 16.Perform all other duties as assigned. Note: Residence Hall Directors will be evaluated at the end of each semester. Qualifications 1.Experience working with a diverse group of individuals. 2.Good written and verbal communication skills. 3.Ability to work collaboratively with others. 4.Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s preferred. 5.Collegiate playing or coaching experience. Qualifications 1. Experience working with a diverse group of individuals. 2. Good written and verbal communication skills. 3. Ability to work collaboratively with others. 4. Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s preferred. 5. Collegiate playing or coaching experience.

Head Coach Women's Volleyball | Cisco College

Wed, 2020-07-22 11:54
Cisco, Texas, Cisco College is accepting applications for the position of Head Coach Women’s Volleyball (Cisco Campus). Primary responsibilities are to organize, administer, and coordinate all aspects of the Women’s Volleyball Program. Minimum requirements include experience coaching volleyball at the college level, excellent organizational skills, knowledge of NJCAA rules and regulations, excellent written and verbal communication skills, ability to foster a cooperative work environment, a Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally-accredited institution, Master’s Degree is preferred. The position is a full-time faculty position with benefits. Please scroll down to review the complete Job Description. CISCO COLLEGE offers a generous benefit package, including comprehensive medical, dental, and vision insurance. For the medical benefit only, member-only coverage along with $5,000 of basic term life is provided at no cost to the employee. Other coverages are selected by the employee and payment made through payroll deduction. The benefits of working in higher education are many and allow you to plan well for your future. Cisco College offers retirement savings such as Teacher Retirement System or Optional Retirement Plan – for qualified positions. Twelve month employees also receive both sick and vacation leave on a month to month basis. Resume packages will be received via mail, fax, and email, but email is preferred. Please note: A complete resume package must include a cover letter, completed and signed Cisco College Application (available on the “Employment” Page of our website at www.cisco.edu), Curriculum Vitae or resume, and unofficial copies of transcripts. Please ensure all required documents are included with your submission. Incomplete packages will be returned unprocessed. Please submit your resume package to: Shelli Garrett Director of Human Resources Cisco College 101 College Heights Cisco, Texas 76437 Office: 254-442-5121 Fax: 254-442-5100 shelli.garrett@cisco.edu Cisco College is an Equal Opportunity Employer Job Summary The primary responsibilities of the Head Coach Women’s Volleyball at Cisco College are to organize, administer and coordinate all aspects of the volleyball program. General duties consist of developing and improving athletic opportunities for volleyball student-athletes; examining, researching, and making recommendations for improving the current volleyball program; preparing and administrating the annual volleyball budget; oversight and development of a recruiting strategy that fits with the Cisco College philosophy for student recruitment; and developing a cooperative working environment with the faculty and other departments of the College. A commitment to the comprehensive role of the community college as stated in the College Mission will be demonstrated through contributions to the College such as advising, committee work, and collaborating with faculty to encourage student success. Cooperation and working harmoniously with College and School District personnel and the public are imperative for the success of the volleyball program. The Head Volleyball Coach is expected to accomplish assigned duties in an efficient, effective and competent manner, and to strive for improvement and excellence in all work performed. All Cisco College employees are expected to follow College policies, rules, regulations, and guidelines that relate to the specific position. Primary Duties 1.Organizes and administers all phases of the volleyball program. 2.Organizes recruitment of student volleyball athletes in accordance with the NJCAA rules and regulations. Develops and assigns geographical areas for recruitment and determines recipients of volleyball scholarships. 3.Prepares volleyball competition schedule and organizes travel arrangements for all out-of-town games and practices. 4.Coordinates all strategic aspects of the volleyball program. Organizes, prepares, and conducts individual and team practices, training, and conditioning. 5.Manages the purchase of all volleyball equipment, the care of equipment and facilities, and the reconditioning of equipment. 6.Serves as principle spokesperson for the volleyball program promoting the College through contact with local businesses, civic groups, boosters, alumni, high schools, and other colleges and universities. 7.Coordinates with the Wrangler Band Director, Wrangler Belles Director, and the Cheerleader Director in preparation for volleyball games. 8.Develop relationships with other volleyball programs in order to facilitate opportunities for our volleyball student-athletes. 9.Examine and research potential for recommendations for improving our volleyball program. 10.Develop a plan for administering our volleyball program within the budget provided for our volleyball program. 11.Ensures and stresses compliance with NJCAA rules and regulations, as well as conference rules and regulations, governing the volleyball program. 12.Provides leadership in carrying out the mission and policies of the College and maintain a close working relationship with the Athletic Director in understanding the intent of those policies. 13.Develop and maintain a congenial working relationship with the faculty in order to improve student learning by encouraging academics as a priority for volleyball student-athletes. 14.Actively participate in the College’s Institutional Effectiveness Program and other committee work as assigned. 15.Communicate clearly and effectively using the College’s network. 16.Teach assigned academic course load. 17.Performs other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications 1.Experience coaching volleyball at the college level. 2.Excellent organizational skills. 3.Knowledge of NJCAA rules and regulations. 4.Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. 5.Ability to foster a cooperative work environment. 6.Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally-accredited institution. For candidates who do not meet the minimum qualifications, a combination of education and experience providing comparable knowledge and abilities will be considered. Preferred Additional Qualifications 1.Master’s Degree 2.Teaching experience at the college level 3.Active participation in relevant professional activities and organizations Minimum Qualifications 1. Experience coaching volleyball at the college level. 2. Excellent organizational skills. 3. Knowledge of NJCAA rules and regulations. 4. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. 5. Ability to foster a cooperative work environment. 6. Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally-accredited institution. For candidates who do not meet the minimum qualifications, a combination of education and experience providing comparable knowledge and abilities will be considered. Preferred Additional Qualifications 1. Master’s Degree 2. Teaching experience at the college level 3. Active participation in relevant professional activities and organizations

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