Cedar Crest College is seeking a Head Field Hockey Coach who will also serve as the College’s Recruiting Coordinator. The coach will develop, recruit and administer a competitive women’s field hockey program consistent with the student-athlete philosophy of NCAA Division III athletics. Coaches are also expected to develop, coordinate and manage an active recruitment and retention program for field hockey student athletes.
The Recruiting Coordinator monitors recruiting efforts of the athletic department and serves as the direct liaison with the Office of Admissions. Activities such as overnight visits and traditional visits are coordinated through this position as is athletics staff representation at all admissions day events on campus including Junior Preview Days, Open Houses and orientations.
A Bachelor's degree and prior experience coaching field hockey at the college level is required. Candidates must also have demonstrated success at effectively recruiting and retaining student-athletes. Excellent communication, organizational and leadership skills are essential. CPR, First Aid and AED certifications are also required.
Interested candidates should send a letter of application, resume, and names of three professional references to: firstname.lastname@example.org with “Field Hockey/Recruiting Coordinator” in the subject line. Responses will be sent only to those under consideration. Cedar Crest College is committed to hiring a diverse workforce. EOE.
About Cedar Crest College
Cedar Crest College is a Division III, four-year independent liberal arts college for women with nine intercollegiate athletic programs. Cedar Crest Athletics boasts a new FalconPlex, featuring a new turf field and state of the art field house, complete with locker rooms, a press box and a VIP viewing deck! Cedar Crest is a member of both the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) and the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC). The College is committed to the developing well rounded student-athletes and to wellness across campus. Our beautiful 84 acre-campus, a registered arboretum, is nestled in the Lehigh Valley of eastern Pennsylvania, conveniently located between Philadelphia and New York.