The position is part time, temporary with option for annual renewal. For the ideal candidate, living accommodations may be an option.
Position reports to the head women's soccer coach and assists in all aspects of program management including, but not limited to: practice and game preparation, recruiting, scheduling of team travel and meals, coordination film review sessions, planning of team bonding, scouting reports on opponents, camps and clinics, driving 12-15 passenger van for away games, game day and practice facility set-up, academic monitoring and study halls, fundraising coordination.
Teaching opportunities may be available, dependent on qualifications. Candidates may be referred to additional premier coaching opportunities available in the collegiate off-season at their discretion.
Must be reliable, dependable, passionate about soccer and value attention to detail. College playing experience or equivalent greatly preferred. 2 years of college or more completed. USSF Coaching Licenses or equivalent greatly preferred.
About Rogue Community College
Established in 1970, Rogue Community College serves residents in Jackson and Josephine counties at campuses and learning centers in Grants Pass, Medford, White City and the Illinois Valley. Athletics operates out of the downtown centered Medford campus.
A comprehensive, two-year, public community college, RCC offers six two-year degrees, 75 career and technical training programs, 17 Career Pathways certificates; and a variety of workforce and short-term training, academic skills, and continuing and community education classes; plus services to the businesses community.
One of 17 community colleges in Oregon, RCC is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. Athletics plays in the Northwest Athletic Conference in the Southern Region. RCC also is approved by the Veterans Administration as a veterans training institution.