Fontbonne University, a Catholic coeducational institution, sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, offering both bachelors and masters degrees, seeks qualified individuals for a full time Head Men’s Soccer Coach. Fontbonne is a member of NCAA Division III and the Saint Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC). This is a full-time administrative staff appointment responsible for planning, organizing and managing all phases of the men’s soccer program including recruitment and retention of quality student-athletes. Will foster and support the overall growth and maturation of the student-athlete. This position is responsible for managing the men’s soccer budget. design and execution of practice and game plans, construction of season schedules and supervision of travel to away games. Other duties may include game management and other duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics. The successful candidate must be compliant with all rules, regulations, and policies set forth by the NCAA, Fontbonne University, and the SLIAC.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree, plus two to three years experience coaching men’s soccer.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. Due to the high volume of resumes anticipated, Fontbonne University will not be able to respond to inquiries regarding the status of your resume. If we determine that your skills and experience match the position requirements, we will contact you to discuss the opportunity further. If you do not hear from us, we encourage you to revisit our website for the status of the position and future opportunities.
Fontbonne University, a Catholic coeducational institution of higher learning sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, is rooted in the Judeo-Christian tradition. The university is dedicated to the discovery, understanding, preservation and dissemination of truth. Undergraduate and graduate programs are offered in an atmosphere characterized by a commitment to open communication, pers...onal concern and diversity. Fontbonne University seeks to educate students to think critically, to act ethically and to assume responsibility as citizens and leaders.