Brown’s Department of Athletics is seeking applicants for a Women’s Soccer Volunteer Coach for its Division I non-scholarship program. While the position is a volunteer position, it is paid through our camps/clinics here at Brown. Approximately 10-15k with the opportunity to earn more. Also, plenty of club options in the area to thoroughly supplement your income.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting the head and assistant coaches in daily operations; assisting in all aspects of coaching in practices and games; assisting in overall program planning and organization; assisting with video analysis and other duties assigned by the head coach. All department coaches and staff are required to demonstrate exemplary ethical conduct and conformance to NCAA rules and regulations; the duties of the position are to be performed in compliance with all NCAA, Ivy League and ECAC rules and regulations; and any rules violations on behalf of themselves or any knowledge of violations within the department are to be reported to the appropriate parties. Employees in coaching positions are required to pass the NCAA Coaches Certification Test and maintain current AED/CPR and First Aid certification (certification is available at no cost through the Athletic Department).
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Bachelor’s Degree preferred
Competitive collegiate playing experience, or similar, preferred
Excellent communication (oral & written) and interpersonal skills
Ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community
Self-starter and ability to multi-task with attention to detail
Excellent computer skills
Ability to provide skill instruction and leadership
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