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Head Coach Women’s Lacrosse | Multnomah University
Portland, Oregon, Reports To: Director of Intercollegiate Athletics (AD) Mission: Multnomah University is committed to providing an equitable opportunity for all student-athletes to participate in NAIA intercollegiate athletics while successfully completing a degree program. The University’s goal is to ensure a secure and welcoming campus environment for all student-athletes that will afford them the opportunity to learn and compete at the highest level and view athletics as an integral part of campus life. Athletic participation will help our student-athletes with their goals to promote academic and athletic excellence, determination, life skills, leadership development, discipline, perseverance, and teamwork. The Athletic Department at Multnomah University strongly endorses an all-inclusive program that encourages each student- athlete to develop their character, values, and skills to the fullest during their University experience. Head Coach Provide and maintain an orderly and efficient overall environment, with a coaching staff that is dynamic, enthusiastic, passionate about the sport, and a positive and encouraging role model for the student-athletes Recruit skilled student-athletes that adhere to the values and norms held by the University Submit weekly reports on recruits that have been contacted. Report to the AD on the recruits met with face-to-face. Submit weekly reports and work with Admissions Department concerning new recruits. Assist with the enrollment and certification process of student-athletes. Organize and monitor the student-athletes’ conditioning program. Coordinate practice and game “on field” coaching. Maintain regular office hours, be present at all games and practices and during the off season. Be prepared to turn in practice schedules for the upcoming week. Effectively analyze and teach fundamental skills of lacrosse. Supervise the conduct and discipline of student-athletes as it reflects on the team, University, Cascade Collegiate Conference (CCC), and NAIA. Drive student-athletes or other students to team activities and/or athletic events. Tally stats and make weekly reports to the CCC and NAIA by the due dates. Distribute and collect athletic uniforms and gear, ensuring they are clean and ready for the next game. Create, hire, and supervise a team manager position (with the AD). Comply with all policies and regulations of the University, CCC, and NAIA. Comply with the budget guidelines set by the AD Monitor/track student’s grades Attend Athletic Department meetings, meet weekly with Athletics Director Plan, coordinate, supervise, participate, and assist with the operations and activities of the Athletic Department (e.g. Fitness Center coordination, game management, laundry room over-site, summer camps). Supervise, oversee, and train designated student assistants and interns. Perform other duties as assigned. Working Conditions Multnomah employees must have a maturing Christian faith and be supportive of MU’s mission to develop competent, ethical leaders for service in the workplace, community, church, and world This position requires a strong commitment to multiculturalism and diversity. This position requires working in a non-smoking, drug free environment. All employees must adhere to FERPA and HIPPA guidelines, and student confidentiality. The employee must have high personal motivation, with great attention to detail and accuracy, project a positive and vibrant attitude in assisting people, have high ethics of honesty and confidentiality with a genuine and gracious presence pertaining to the students, faculty, staff and business of athletics and the University. This position is subject to evening, weekend and variable working hours including holidays. This position requires driving a vehicle. This position involves indoor and outdoor work subject to adverse weather conditions. Ability to participate in rigorous physical activity (dexterity of hands and fingers), loading and unloading of athletic training equipment of up to 40lbs., standing for extended periods of time, reaching overhead and above the shoulders, bending at the waist/kneeling. Professional dress The position requires good communication and exceptional time management skills Qualifications: Job-specific Requirements: Bachelor’s degree with two years of experience coaching lacrosse and/or teaching physical education Competitive athletic experience as a player or coach. Ability to successfully recruit skilled student-athletes. Ability to effectively analyze and teach fundamental and advanced skills of lacrosse. Ability to work well with others and relate positively with student-athletes. Effectively counsel student-athletes on personal conduct, academic performance, and athletics. Ability to drive student-athletes or other students to team activities and/or athletic events. Ability to communicate effectively in speech and writing. Ability to: supervise/coordinate work with other employees; to adhere to all policies, rules and regulations of the University, the CCC and NAIA; handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment as needed; research and analyze data and reports; provide training for participants, students and staff; counsel and advise collegiate student-athletes. A working knowledge of the CCC and NAIA eligibility and recruiting rules and regulations. Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree preferred Prior teaching experience – physical education General Employment Requirements: Because we believe that professionally qualified, committed Christian personnel are key to the operation of a truly Christian university, and that not only teachers, but all employees, by the pattern of their lives, serve as role models to our students, all employment positions at Multnomah contain the following relating to required personal qualities: Employees will have received Jesus Christ as their personal Savior. John 1:12 Employees will be in basic agreement with the institution’s doctrinal statement. Employees will believe the Bible is God’s Word and standard for faith and daily living. 2 Tim. 3:16-17 Employees will be a Christian role model in attitude, speech and actions towards others. This includes being committed to God’s biblical standards for morality and sexual conduct. 1 Tim. 4:12, Luke 6:40, Col. 3:17, Titus 2:7-8, 1 Thess. 2:10 and 5:22. Employees will be actively involved in a local church. This is a full-time staff position with benefits including medical options, dental, vision, life insurance and disability benefits, also paid holidays, vacation accrual and sick time all beginning the first day of the month following one month of employment. To Apply: Click Here for Online Application If you have questions regarding this position please contact Mike Anderson, firstname.lastname@example.org 503.251.5396
ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER | Feather River College
Quincy, California, Feather River College ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER Regular, classified, fulltime, 10-month, $3,845 - $4,875/month Under the direction of the Head Athletic Trainer and the Director of Athletic Operations & Events, the assistant athletic trainer assists in the development and implementation of programs for the prevention of injuries to student athletes, administers first aid and emergency medical care, administers rehabilitation for injuries, and related duties as assigned. Requires BOC certification. To apply go to https://frc.hiretouch.com. For more information please visit http://www.frc.edu/ or call (530) 283-0202 ext. 257. Closes 10/12/20. EOE.
DIRECTOR OF STUDENT-ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT | University of Mount Olive
Mount Olive, North Carolina, University of Mount Olive has an opening for a full-time Director of Student-Athlete Development. Responsibilities include developing life skills programs, overseeing community outreach, serving as advisor to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, coordinating a leadership development program, and providing academic support services. Send letter of application, resume, and list of references to: LaToya Lindsey, Associate Director of Athletics, University of Mount Olive, email@example.com. Applications accepted until position is filled. University of Mount Olive is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse faculty, staff, and student body and welcomes applicants from underrepresented groups. Requirements: bachelor’s degree in education, psychology, counseling, sport management, or a related area (master’s degree preferred); experience working with students in athletics or a related field.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker - Athletics | Tulane University
New Orleans, Louisiana, POSITION SUMMARY: The position works with the mental health programs and functions of the Tulane Center for Sport and will assist with the mental health programing for Tulane University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. The primary responsibility is clinical management. Duties include: patient assessment, treatment planning and coordination, and ongoing program monitoring and development. The position must interface successfully with university resources such as Tulane Institute of Sports Medicine, the Center for Sport Director, Tulane University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics administrators, and other academic departments and entities as needed to address the needs of the student-athlete and their family. The successful candidate must utilize the appropriate tools for communication and data analysis to support patient care, to enhance interoffice and intra-office communications, and to maintain confidentiality and the requirements of HIPAA. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 1. Mental Health Clinician Responsibilities: Provide mental health counseling to student athletes and manage student athlete caseloads. Triage requests and referrals, intake paperwork, consents, evidence based treatment models, and case notes; manage individual intake, assessment, and treatment schedule for individual mental health appointments for student athletes; help coordinate mental health appointments for psychiatry referrals and off-campus consult referrals; work in collaboration with interdisciplinary teams for student athlete mental health treatment; reporting appropriate department data as required by Tulane University Intercollegiate Athletics or other Center for Sport entities; conduct an intake assessment on each athlete during their on-campus evaluation; assist athletes in managing pain, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, career transition or other issues through counseling, referrals, and participation in the care team; provide emergency evaluations when needed and make recommendations; communicate any new or significant needs or special patient circumstances with legal or medical safety ramifications to Tulane University Intercollegiate Athletics; maintain patient and family confidentiality in all cases, unless a situation mandates a legal report of child abuse, elder/disabled person abuse, or a Tarasoff warning; and maintain the License Clinical Social Worker credential and its requirements annually. (35%) 2. Mental Health Leadership Responsibilities: Participate in the Leadership Skills Training Team by providing student athletes with psychoeducational curriculums throughout the school year; curriculums will be based on the Student Athlete Needs Based assessments each year; curriculums included: Mental Health Awareness, Coping Skills, Resources Suicide Prevention, Major Life Transitions (transition to college and transition to post-graduation) etc.; work with sports teams to enhance group cohesion, comradery, sport performance and psychoeducational understanding of a variety of mental health topics; work with coaches, athletic trainers, and athletics staff to provide psychoeducational materials and education on a variety of mental health topics; work in collaboration with SAC representatives to execute goals for SAC collaboration with mental health awareness; and attending and presenting at appropriate professional conferences. (25%) 3. TACT Responsibilities: Participate in TACT meetings and follow up with at “risk students” for assessments, referrals, and treatment; assist with compilation of TACT agenda (with additional interdisciplinary team); provide mental health screenings through OBERD and work in conjunction with student athlete educational team to screen, assess, refer, and treat “flagged” student athletes; and execute American Athletic Conference mental health objectives outlined in AAC Consortium: Apply for Grants, Execute research within the grant and Travel to consortium for grant presentations. (20%) 4. Mental Health Field Placement Supervision: Oversee and act as liaison for Center for Sport-School of Social work collaboration; oversee School of Social Work Field Placement including supervision, case consultation, and skills building practices; supervise School of Social Work interns; and develop School of Social Work Field Placement curriculum: highlight tasks, training materials, and expectations for participating in the Tulane Athletics Field Placement. (15%) 5. Performs other duties as requested or required, whether or not specifically mentioned in this job description. (5%) REQUIRED EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES/COMPETENCIES TYPICALLY NEEDED TO PERFORM THIS JOB SUCCESSFULLY: Master of Social Work from a program accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. Licensed Clinical Social Worker with at least 2 years of experience with case management and psychosocial issues of adults. Clinical knowledge and treatment skills, clinical writing skills, and routing management skills. Ability to work effectively in an academic environment and to advocate for excellence in patient services, whether on site or in other areas of the country. Knowledge and experience in the use of medical and mental health diagnoses, disabilities, and treatment procedures. This includes: acute, chronic, and traumatic illness/injuries; common medications and their effects/side effects; medical terminology. Knowledge and use of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the APA (DSM-5) is required. Knowledge of community resources, how to make appropriate referrals to community and other agencies for services, and ability to coordinate services. In order to be considered for the position, applicants are required to apply for IRC19591 via the Tulane University employment website ( https://jobs.tulane.edu/position/IRC19591 ). The position is OPEN UNTIL FILLED. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience in developing and delivering case management to student-athletes and their families. Work history in a medical setting and academic experience. Strong record of performance in case management social work. Experience in mental health rehabilitation and complex medical and neurological conditions. Experience working with collegiate student-athlete populations.
(3) Graduate Assistant Positions | Montreat College
Montreat, North Carolina, Montreat College seeks to be a leader in Christ-centered higher education regionally, nationally and globally. As such, there is a need for three (3) Admissions and Student Financial Service staff members who are focused on the recruitment of new students within particular academic programs and geographic territories by implementing successful strategies that result in meeting aggressive application and enrollment goals with creativity, persistence, personal appeal, excellent service, and a compelling consistent message. Reports to: Director of Admissions and VP of Athletics and Enrollment Successful candidate will affirm and support the Mission, Vision, and Statement of Faith of Montreat College as found here: https://www.montreat.edu/about/mission/ Essential job responsibilities include but are not limited to: Assist to meet or exceed new student enrollment goals annually (with a focus on non-athlete students) according to industry best-practices; Assist with special campus events involving prospective students and their families. Serve as a peer mentor for new recruiters. Assist with miscellaneous departmental duties as assigned. Qualifications: Minimum Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree required Admissions/recruiting/sales/customer service/marketing experience strongly preferred Demonstrate and articulate a personal Christian faith Team-first, goal-oriented, positive attitude is an absolute must! Serious applicants must be accepted to one of the following Masters program: https://www.montreat.edu/admissions/online/ (except Clinical & Mental Health Counseling). Please email the following application documents to Erin.Chapman@montreat.edu: I. Professional Cover Letter II. Statement of Christian Faith III. Professional Resume with three references
Assistant Athletic Trainer | Lenoir-Rhyne University
Hickory, North Carolina, General Description/Primary Purpose: To supervise and provide athletic training and health care services to intercollegiate athletics enrolled at Lenoir-Rhyne University. This particular position will be assigned to work with the Men’s and Women's Cross Country teams, Men's and Women's Track and Field teams, and Men's Lacrosse team. Description of Duties and Tasks: 1. Administer athletic training health care to intercollegiate athletes at all practices, competitions, and events. Primary sport responsibilities are assigned by the Head Athletic Trainer. Travel is required. 2. Assist in supervision of daily operation of the athletic training room. 3. Supervise and evaluate Athletic Training students in the coverage of sport assignments and with clinical proficiencies. 4. Administer athletic training health care and emergency care to all students, faculty, staff and campus visitors. 5. Provide medical coverage to LR sport camps at request and expense of camp director. 6. Maintain athletic injury reports and medical records. 7. Assist with the development and implementation of Athletic Training program policies and procedures. 8. Maintain inventory of supplies and equipment. 9. Assist in the housekeeping and cleanliness of the Athletic Training Room. 10. Other duties as assigned. Physical Requirements: The Assistant Athletic Trainer position includes the following physical demands and abilities: 1. Assist with lifting and transportation of injured athletes from the field of competition. 2. Maintain awareness of athletic fields and surroundings to safety hazards, and communicate those hazards to appropriate staff members. 3. Stand and walk for periods of up to 2 to 3 hours in order to supervise practices and competitions. 4. Run and sprint to the aid of an athlete in the event of emergency injuries. 5. Explain and demonstrate therapeutic exercises to students and athletes using a variety of movements of the upper and lower extremities. 6. Provide manual resistance to specific muscle and joint movements in order to evaluate and rehabilitate athletic injuries. 7. Carry and lift 10 gallon water coolers daily. 8. Repetitive wrist and hand movements in the application of strapping and bandaging techniques daily. 9. Writing and typing injury and medical records in individual athlete’s files daily. Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: 1. Certification by the National Athletic Trainer’s Association Board of Certification. 2. Licensed, or eligible for state licensure, by the North Carolina Board of Athletic Training Examiners. 3. Minimum of a Master’s Degree in an area related to athletic health care, physical education, or human performance. 4. Minimum one-year experience as a certified athletic trainer. Reporting: Reports to Head Athletic Trainer Salaried, exempt, full-time position To Apply: To complete the online application (required), candidates are directed to: http://www.lr.edu/employment Click on the "Athletics" tab to view the position description and application details. Candidates are asked to submit a Letter of Application and Resume (including the names and addresses of three references). The application letter should discuss specifically how one’s experiences and perspectives relate to the needs of the position and of Lenoir-Rhyne University. These materials (and any questions regarding the position or the search process) should be submitted electronically to Michael Flicker, Director of Athletic Training (firstname.lastname@example.org). Physical Requirements The Assistant Athletic Trainer position includes the following physical demands and abilities: 1. Assist with lifting and transportation of injured athletes from the field of competition. 2. Maintain awareness of athletic fields and surroundings to safety hazards, and communicate those hazards to appropriate staff members. 3. Stand and walk for periods of up to 2 to 3 hours in order to supervise practices and competitions. 4. Run and sprint to the aid of an athlete in the event of emergency injuries. 5. Explain and demonstrate therapeutic exercises to students and athletes using a variety of movements of the upper and lower extremities. 6. Provide manual resistance to specific muscle and joint movements in order to evaluate and rehabilitate athletic injuries. 7. Carry and lift 10 gallon water coolers daily. 8. Repetitive wrist and hand movements in the application of strapping and bandaging techniques daily. 9. Writing and typing injury and medical records in individual athlete’s files daily. Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities 1. Certification by the National Athletic Trainer’s Association Board of Certification. 2. Licensed, or eligible for state licensure, by the North Carolina Board of Athletic Training Examiners. 3. Minimum of a Master’s Degree in an area related to athletic health care, physical education, or human performance. 4. Minimum one-year experience as a certified athletic trainer.
Assistant Volleyball Coach | North Park University
Chicago, Illinois, North Park University, a member of the nationally recognized College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin, would like to announce that applications are now being accepted for the position of Assistant Volleyball Coach. This twelve-month, full-time position is responsible for assisting with all phases of a Division III volleyball program including: recruiting responsibilities as assigned, assisting with match and practice preparation, player training and development, scouting film breakdown and video exchange, social media communication, fundraising, camps and other duties as assigned by the Director of Volleyball Operations. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: •Oversee the daily operations of both the men’s and women’s volleyball programs at North Park University. •Assist with all phases of competitive NCAA and CCIW compliant recruiting. •Monitor academic progress of all student-athletes on the team, in connection with the coaching staff, compliance coordinator and athletic director. •Execute match and practice planning/evaluation, including video exchange and breakdown. •Co-direct all camp offerings, including planning, advertising, organization, and instruction. •Assist with office organizational needs. •Develop and implement an on-going professional development plan as it relates to coaching in general, recruiting, and any assigned specialty area. •Complete other duties as assigned by the director of volleyball operations, the athletic director, and/or associate athletic directors. QUALIFICATIONS: •A bachelor’s degree is required. •Demonstrated successful coaching at the high school level or playing and/or coaching experience at the collegiate level. •A personal commitment to North Park’s mission of Christian higher education. •Able to work a schedule appropriate to coaching a team (i.e. days, nights, and weekends). •Able to lift and move athletic equipment. •Able to travel with team, by vehicle or plane. •A valid driver’s license is required. If you meet the above qualifications and wish to be considered a candidate for this position, please send a letter of interest, resume, and names and telephone numbers of three professional references to: Michael Sopocy, Director of Volleyball Operations, North Park University, 3225 W. Foster Avenue, Chicago, IL 60625, E-mail: email@example.com. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
Head Coach, Men's Soccer | Robert Morris University (Pittsburgh Region)
Moon Tonwship, Pennsylvania, The Head Coach, Men's Soccer is responsible for student-athlete welfare and the management and administration of the intercollegiate Men’s Soccer program within the guidelines, rules, and regulations of Robert Morris University, its conference, and the NCAA. On occasion may travel on behalf of the University. Our ideal candidate will: -Use expert technical knowledge of Men’s Soccer to develop and coach a successful program, including the development of high quality student-athletes, organizing and supervising practice, conditioning, and workouts, overseeing home events and managing travel for away events, supervising staff, and demonstrating athletic excellence. -Establish a leadership/mentor role among student-athletes, assistant coaches, and other supportive staff while promoting sportsmanship and responsible behavior both during and outside of athletic competition. -Assist with the preparation and control of, and operate within, the budget established for respective sport. -Scout and recruit quality student-athletes from geographically and demographically diverse populations. Assist with the coordination of admissions with the Associate Director of Athletics for Compliance and the Office of Enrollment Management. Arrange and oversee all campus visitations and travel itineraries, as well as supervise all correspondence with prospects, coaches, parents, alumni, etc., including mailings and responses. -Encourage and promote excellence in academics from student-athletes. Assist the Assistant Athletic Director for Academics in implementation of the academic support services, including study hall, monitoring of individual student-athletes academic performance and personal development, and referral to appropriate University academic resources. -Perform public relations duties and activities with faculty, students, parents, contributors, alumni, and University administrators. Promote respective sport at a local, state, and national level. Participate in fundraising activities as appropriate. -Work closely with the athletic training staff to ensure the safety and health of student-athletes. Knowledge of and commitment to all NCAA, conference, and University regulations, policies, and procedures. Report any known or suspected NCAA violations to the Associate Director of Athletics for Compliance, Director of Athletics, or Faculty Athletics Representative. Violation of NCAA regulations shall be subject to disciplinary or correction action up to, and including termination of employment. Work closely with the Director of Compliance to complete required compliance paperwork in a timely fashion. Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred. Minimum of five years of experience in coaching Men’s Soccer. Commitment to student-athlete welfare and academic success. Strong communication and organizational skills. Knowledge of and commitment to all NCAA and University rules. Valid drivers license or reliable transportation to travel on behalf of the University is required. Act 153 Clearance Required Required To Pass a Motor Vehicle Report Check (If driving on behalf of the University) Required to Pass a Credit Check
Assistant Wrestling Coach | The Citadel Military College of South Carolina
Charleston, South Carolina, The Citadel Military College of South Carolina is a Division I FCS member of the Southern Conference and is actively seeking applications for the position of Assistant Wrestling Coach. The Assistant Wrestling Coach will devote full-time attention and energies to the duties of Coaching Wrestling, including but not limited to: - Impart Wrestling skill knowledge and technique to student-athletes in both individual and team training sessions. - Tactical individual match and team dual meet strategizing, support, encouragement and mentorship of student-athletes. - Monitor and advise student-athletes. - Collaborate with strength and conditioning coaches on development of training plans for student-athletes. - Collaborate with sports medicine staff to ensure the health and safety of the student-athletes. This person will exhibit competency in all decision-making and administrative reporting in accordance with running the Wrestling Program, including but not limited to: - Fundraising for the program. - Promoting camps and clinics and processing camp and clinic paperwork. - Active recruiting and processing recruiting reports and paperwork. - Knowledge of all compliance with all NCAA, SoCon and Institutional rules and regulations. - Completion of compliance reports. - Assist with scholarship generation and reporting with the compliance office and sport supervisor. - Order supplies, apparel and equipment. - Scheduling and travel for Wrestling program and recruits. Report to the Head Coach, sport supervisor, Athletic Director, SoCon and NCAA. - Represent the program in the local community by engaging themselves and their team in community service. - This person will support the letter and intent of the military mission and regulations of this institution, contribute to the campus community in a positive manner and encourage student-athletes to succeed in balancing the academic, military and athletic aspects of their education. - Coaches are expected to represent the institution and the program in accordance with institutional values of Honor, Duty and Respect. A Bachelor’s Degree is required. Must be highly organized and have strong leadership and communication skills. The Citadel demands a thorough knowledge and adherence to institutional, Southern Conference and NCAA rules. Previous experience as a wrestler and coach and a thorough knowledge of the skills required to teach Collegiate Wrestling are required.
Head Coach – Men’s Golf | University of Texas at El Paso
El Paso, Texas, University of Texas at El Paso Job ID: 5260 Job Title: Head Coach – Men’s Golf Department:Athletics FLSA Status: Exempt Summary: Administer all aspects of a successful NCAA Division I men’s golf program. Demonstrate high personal and professional standards. Contribute to the development of a work environment based on trust, respect, and dignity. Abide by the Code of Ethics of The University of Texas at El Paso and The University of Texas System. Practice sound work habits as they relate to internal control responsibilities. Please Note: Appointment is full-time (12) months Statement of Duties and Responsibilities: •The ability to develop a comprehensive intercollegiate men’s golf program focused on competitive excellence, academic achievement and the development of leaders. •Develop and sustain a competitive program consistent with the department’s vision. •Assemble a highly competitive team through necessary scouting and recruiting of student-athletes. •Prepare and organize practice sessions to enhance team’s performance. •Assist in the designing of offseason workouts for student-athletes. •Work with the department’s strength and conditioning staff as well as sports medicine team to draft necessary training and conditioning programs. •Handle all aspects related to scheduling, competitions and tournaments, including travel. •Actively oversee play during practice sessions, pre-tournament preparation and on the course during competition. •Provide necessary mentorship and guidance for team members, focused on personal growth and betterment. •Dedication to professional conduct and positive sportsmanship while serving as a role model. •Passion for the health, safety, treatment and general welfare of student-athletes. •Ensure student-athletes maintain high integrity at all times, following team rules and University and department’s student-athlete codes of conduct. •Supervise academic progress of student-athletes in relation to class attendance, study hall and tutoring, graduation and grade point averages. •Operate the men’s golf program in compliance with University, NCAA and C-USA rules and regulations. •Oversee and administer the men’s golf program budget, following University purchasing and Athletics Business Office procedures. •Supervise the selection of uniforms, equipment and supplies. •Create and carry out an annual fundraising plan. •Participate in the public relations and promotion of the men’s golf program including collaborating with the department’s external operations team. •Maintain visibility in the community through attendance at various campus events, community activities and department functions. •Utilize social media platforms and channels to promote the program and generate interest. •Have an active role within the larger athletics department, helping with overall initiatives and objectives. •Hire and supervise staff as required. •Additional duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Bachelor’s Degree Minimum five years of coaching experience, preferably at the NCAA Division I level. Preferred Qualifications Head coaching experience preferred. College and professional playing experience preferred. Working Conditions: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to outdoor weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment ranges from moderate to very loud. UTEP is an Equal Opportunity Employer Interested candidates may apply by visiting www.utep.edu/employment
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