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Head Coach - Women's Tennis | Missouri State Athletics
Springfield, Missouri, The Head Athletics Coach is responsible for the management and administration of all activities related to his/her sport and exercises direct supervision of recruiting, training, and coaching student-athletes participating in the sport. The Head Athletics Coach is fully responsible for compliance with National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) rules and regulations as well as Conference rules and University policies governing intercollegiate athletics. Education: A Bachelor’s degree is required; a Master’s degree is preferred. Experience: At least three years of experience in coaching at the intercollegiate level or three years of professional experience teaching his/her sport is required. Coaching experience in a NCAA Division I level program is preferred. Demonstrated knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations governing recruitment, eligibility and related functions is required. Public speaking experience is required. Experience in administrative functions, budgeting, fund-raising, promotional activities and public relations is required. Skills: Excellent interpersonal skills are required. Management and organizational skills are required. A record of inclusive conduct and evidence of multicultural skills in the workplace are required.
Director of Athletics | Bethel University (MN)
St. Paul, Minnesota, Job Summary Administer and direct Bethel University’s intercollegiate athletics program in NCAA Division III, within the context of the university’s mission as a leader in Christ-centered higher education. The university currently sponsors 20 sports. Responsibilities Recruits and manages the coaching and athletics administrative staff. Provides visionary leadership, strategic planning, and policy development for the athletics program. Administers the overall budget and budget planning process for the athletics department. Ensures compliance with all university, national association, and conference policies, rules, and regulations. Promotes excellence in athletics, academics, and character development on local, conference, and national levels for the men’s and women’s intercollegiate sports programs. Required Skills Considerable expertise in intercollegiate in intercollegiate athletics management, Strong business sense An appreciation for the important role athletics plays in a Christian university. Excellent organizational skills, communications skills (both written and oral) Ability to speak to small and large groups. Ability to mentor and lead students and coaches. Required Experience A minimum of five (5) years of experience working directly in intercollegiate athletics programs within an institution of higher education is essential. Required Education A baccalaureate degree required. A master’s degree is preferred. Additional Information This is a 1.0 FTE, 12 month position Expected travel for athletic events Limited vacation during academic year Must be available to work nights and weekends for athletic events. Questions? Office of Human Resources Bethel University 3900 Bethel Drive St. Paul, MN 55112 651.638.6119 email@example.com
Director of Riding | University of Lynchburg
Lynchburg, Virginia, University of Lynchburg in Lynchburg, Virginia is accepting applications for Director of Riding position. The successful applicant will provide leadership for our equestrian program within a highly successful Division III athletics program. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: practice preparation and coaching for IHSA and NCEA teams, individual skill development, recruiting quality student-athletes and coordination of horsecare. Excellent organizational, written and oral communication skills and competence with technology resources are vital to fulfilling the responsibilities of this position. The candidate must have a commitment to upholding the academic and athletic mission of the University. University of Lynchburg is a highly successful NCAA Division III institution and charter member of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference. University of Lynchburg is a private coeducational liberal arts institution located at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Required qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required; master’s degree is preferred. Competitive participation and coaching experience at the college/university level is preferred. Selected candidate must successfully pass a background check. Application Procedure: Submit a letter of application, resume and a list of three references to: Jon Waters, Director of Athletics, University of Lynchburg email firstname.lastname@example.org Application review begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled. University of Lynchburg is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. University of Lynchburg strives for a diverse and inclusive community; under-represented groups are encouraged to apply. Preference will be given to candidates with experience working with a multicultural and diverse student body.
Assistant Academic Advisor | University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, Minnesota, The Lindahl Academic Center is a student-athlete focused environment dedicated to guiding student-athletes to graduation, building positive relationships, and enhancing their overall experience. We strive to serve the University and our constituents with integrity and professionalism. Individuals interested in this position will have the opportunity to work in a highly competitive program, participate in job-specific training, and gain full-time experience and a variety of skills within the student-athlete academic sector. Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Meet with assigned students weekly assisting with academic progress monitoring and planning. Serve as a learning assistant in one-on-one or group settings and provide organizational and learning strategy objectives. Develop daily, weekly, and monthly goals and timelines with individual student-athletes. Create and monitor weekly objective sheets for students in consultation with academic advisors and learning specialists. Assure student-athletes with documented learning disabilities are properly utilizing their accommodations. Assist advisors and learning specialists in daily tasks. Examples include: Compiling reports (study hall, grades, class schedules, attendance, etc.), Recruiting, Monitoring daily and/or evening study halls, University and Academic Center orientation. Participate in training focusing on academic advising and learning specialist curriculums. Additional duties as assigned. Required Education and Qualifications: Master’s degree or pursuing a master’s degree in psychology, education, counseling, or a related field. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, multi-task, and problem solve. Must successfully pass a mandatory criminal background check. Flexible hours, with some night and weekend work. Preferred Education and Qualifications: This position requires the ability to accomplish tasks, a desire to work in academic support for student-athletes, with minimal supervision, excellent listening, written, and verbal skills. This is a salaried internship position, to be paid $18,000 annually with an approximate start date of December 2020 or January 2021, if able. This position is intended to give full-time, hands-on experience and to prepare the individual for a full-time position working in student-athlete academics at the collegiate level. To apply send a cover letter, resume, and three (3) professional references in one PDF to: Andrea Stakston, Lindahl Academic Center Office & Administrative Specialist - email@example.com
Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer | Cameron University
Lawton, Oklahoma, Cameron University’s Sports Medicine Program is looking for a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer who wants to join a professionally run NCAA Division II athletic training program starting immediately. Duties include, but are not limited to: assist head athletic trainer and training staff in daily operations of program, athletic training room supervision, team coverage, administering first aid, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of student athletes, ordering and inventory of all supplies, community involvement, and monitoring the academic progress of the student athletic trainers. All responsibilities will be assigned by the head athletic trainer including adherence to all rules and regulations of Cameron University, the Lone Star Conference, and the NCAA. Cameron University Careers --> Minimum Qualifications: Candidate musthave a Bachelor's Degree and a willingness to learn entire operations of running a college athletic training program. Candidate must have an outgoing personality with the desire to enter the sports medicine field as a career after obtaining a Master's Degree. Prefer candidate to be NATA BOC certified or eligible.
Assistant Athletic Trainer | Cameron University
Lawton, Oklahoma, The Assistant Athletic Trainer at Cameron University, an NCAA Division II institution in the Lone Star Conference, is a highly responsible and demanding position. The University has a winning tradition in athletics and is strongly supported by the local community. The Assistant Athletic Trainer position is a full-time job assignment. This is a 12-month assignment. All members of the Athletic Staff are expected to be team players supporting each other while promoting the mission of the University, supporting the philosophy of the Athletic Department, and assuring the well-being of all student athletes. The Assistant Athletic Trainer will be responsible for assisting the Head Athletic Trainer in the development and implementation of a high-quality collegiate athletic training program, which is in conformity with NCAA, conference and university rules, regulations and policies. Job Duties as Assistant Athletic Trainer include, but are not limited to: •Support and perform duties as assigned by the Head Athletic Trainer. •Care and prevention of sports related injuries. •Evaluation of all sports related injuries. •Rehabilitation of student athlete’s injuries as needed. •Build relationships with medical experts in local community. •Assist in the processing of all athletic insurance claims of the student athletes. •Assist in the recruitment of student athletic trainers. •Assist in the development of a budget within the allocated institutional resources and manages expenditures of funds within the developed budget. •Assist in performing fundraising for the program and the Athletic Department. •Supervises professional and student assistants. •Assist in the development of schedules for athletic training coverage during practices and competition. •Assist in the development of daily training room hours of operation. •Active involvement in community service activities. •Assure the academic success of the student trainers. •Responsible for the daily maintenance and upkeep of the athletic training rooms and equipment within the Aggie Gymnasium and the Athletics Center. •Other duties as assigned. Supervision: The Assistant Athletic Trainer will be under the direct supervision of the Head Athletic Trainer. Cameron University Careers --> MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree. Certification through the National Athletic Trainer’s Association or equivalent. Certified in CPR and First Aid. College, graduate assistant or high school athletic training experience. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Demonstrated organizational and management ability. Strong work ethic with a team player’s positive attitude. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Athletic Training experience at the college level. Master's Degree. APPLICATION PROCEDURE: To apply, go online to https://cameronhr.silkroad.com/ .
ACADEMIC SERVICES COORDINATOR - ATHLETICS | William & Mary
Williamsburg, Virginia, William & Mary (Colonial Athletic Assoc., Division I) is seeking an outstanding individual to help meet the needs of the academic support area in Athletics. This position will report to and assist the Dir. of Academic Services in providing specialized eligibility counseling and tutorial services for the student-athletes at William & Mary as well as administrative support. This is a non-exempt position, eligible to receive overtime. This position may be subject to overtime during high peak times, etc. To apply submit a cover letter and resume, which includes a listing of at least three current references, online at https://jobs.wm.edu/. No phone calls please. William & Mary values diversity and invites applications from underrepresented groups who will enrich the research, teaching and service missions of the university. The university is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and encourages applications from women, minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities. William & Mary is committed to providing a safe campus community. W&M conducts background investigations for applicants being considered for employment. Background investigations include reference checks, a criminal history record check, and when appropriate, a financial (credit) report or driving history check. Applicants should have the following qualifications: Basic knowledge of class registration procedures, course selection and major criteria; knowledge of the counseling skills and motivational techniques to help at-risk students become successful; knowledge of the NCAA continuing eligibility requirements; demonstrated ability to communicate verbally and in writing effectively; bachelor’s degree in a related field or an equivalent combination of training and experience; experience in an academic support office at an NCAA Division I level or related area of higher education administration (e.g. admissions, student affairs, counseling). Preferred qualifications are: Masters degree or graduate courses; working knowledge in an academic support office at an NCAA Division I member institution or related area of higher education administration (e.g. admissions, student affairs, counseling). Grad assistantship can be included in this experience. Evening and/or weekend hours may be required during academic year.
Assistant Volleyball Coach | Seward County Community College
Liberal, Kansas, The purpose of this position is to assist the Head Coach with all responsibilities and duties of running a varsity collegiate sports program. The central responsibilities of this position are recruiting student-athletes and coaching current student-athletes. Community involvement will be expected for this position as it is an important aspect of the institution. Position will supervise student workers. Additional duties include planning team travel and serving as a mentor for student-athletes academic and athletic success. Essential duties: •Coaching and training of current student-athletes. Conducts pre-season, in-season, and post-season workouts. •Recruiting student-athletes in state and out of state. This includes extensive travel all over Kansas and the United States. •Manages recruiting and team travel money by turning in receipts in a timely manner and utilizing budget money with a conservative fiscal approach. •Supervising student-athletes academic progress to help them be on track for graduation. •Organize community service events. Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree required. Six to two years of similar or related experience (i.e. prior coaching and/ or collegiate playing experience) 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 firstname.lastname@example.org; 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. 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 207 days during the fiscal year. Application Deadline: November 4, 2020 Start Date: ASAP For more info visit www.sccc.edu
Golf Program Graduate Assistant | Southern Arkansas University
Magnolia, Arkansas, This a 2-year role with the Southern Arkansas University Men's and Women's golf teams. This position gives you the opportunity to develop skills in coaching, swing training, organization, strategic planning, scheduling, physical training, and leadership while gaining the hands-on experience of coaching and working with student athletes on the collegiate level. This is a great opportunity for individuals that love the game of golf, to earn a graduate degree and gain lucrative leadership experience that will help further their career. Graduate Assistant will receive a $4,000 stipend every semester during the two years. Checks will be given out monthly over the course of the semester equaling the total $4,000 stipend. There are also opportunities to work additional positions on campus that can grant benefits like free housing, meals plans, and experience working in different fields as well multiple graduate school scholarship opportunities. Duties: Will work as an assistant coach while earning your graduate degree; will hold the responsibilities of a full time coach including: training, disciplining, and motivating players; will be responsible for taking women's and men's teams across the country and coaching teams in tournament events throughout the season and other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Must have a Bachelor’s degree; enrolled in graduate school full-time at Southern Arkansas University during the 2-years (full-time is minimum of 6 hours); maintain minimum GPA of 3.0 on all graduate course work; must have experience and true interest in the game of golf; must be responsible, dependable, and goal oriented. All SAU faculty and staff demonstrate a commitment to inclusion and diversity of the University community and excellence in interpersonal behaviors and effective collaboration with colleagues. Joining the SAU family requires a commitment to our culture of Continuous Quality Improvement. To apply, send a resume, cover letter, list of references and work samples via email to: Neriah Brown, Head Men’s and Women’s Golf Coach, (NeriahBrown@saumag.edu). Applications will be reviewed immediately and will be accepted until the position is filled. For more information about Southern Arkansas athletics, please visit www.muleriderathletics.com. For more information about Southern Arkansas graduate school, please visit http://web.saumag.edu/graduate/. AA/EOE. Non- listed references may be contacted. Starting date will be January 12, 2020.
Director, Digital Marketing | University of California, Irvine
Irvine, California, University of California, Irvine Director, Digital Marketing (Athletics) The University of California, Irvine Intercollegiate Athletics mission is to facilitate and enrich the education and personal growth of its students through their participation in competitive NCAA Division I athletics. Intercollegiate Athletics is committed to the welfare of student-athletes and staff, and advocates an environment that promotes excellence in athletic and academic performance, sportsmanship, diversity, and gender equity. Intercollegiate Athletics also supports the University of California's mission of public service and serves to generate a unifying spirit among students, faculty, staff, and alumni that transcends communities, cultures, and generations. POSITION OVERVIEW The Director of Digital Media reports to the Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing & Community Relations will work closely with the external relations group. There are 18 Division-I intercollegiate athletic programs at the University of California, Irvine. This position creates, manages, and execute social media content strategy for all 18 Division I sports accounts while working closely with all content contributors. In addition to social media responsibilities, this position supports paid digital advertising efforts, marketing automation, UC Irvine Athletics website, and the official UC Irvine fan app. As a member of the marketing staff this position will be involved in all aspects of marketing including: planning, advertising, promotion, public relations, program and product development, distribution, and research to meet the department’s goals and objectives. DESIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE Minimum of 3 years of professional experience preferred. Bachelor's degree in related area and / or equivalent experience / training. Solid knowledge of marketing principles, concepts, strategies and best practices. Knowledge of customer service standards / procedures. Organizational skills and skills in file creation, maintenance and management. Written and interpersonal communication skills. Proficient with adobe creative suite and graphic design. Working knowledge of basic marketing, promotions and ticket sales techniques in collegiate or professional sports. Working knowledge of desktop publishing software. Effective team player, contributing to overall department goals. PREFERRED: Solid knowledge of institutional products and services (e.g. collegiate athletic programs). Knowledge of the campus and/or medical center including its achievements, mission, vision, goals, objectives and infrastructure. Working knowledge of customer relation management tools and marketing automation platforms. Working knowledge of digital media and strategies to integrate social media into traditional marketing plans. SPECIAL CONDITIONS PREFERRED: Work schedule varies by sport schedule, includes nights and weekends. Travel with team may be required. Adherence to all applicable NCAA, Big West Conference, and other regulations or policies. To apply, please use this link: https://bit.ly/2Tb73Yy or visit our website www.uci.edu and search for Job Number 11966 . The University of California, Irvine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC nondiscrimination policy .
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