Maryville University, a NCAA Division II institution, member of the Great Lakes Valley Conference and located in St. Louis, Missouri, is seeking applicants for Interim Assistant Coach – Women’s Basketball. The Assistant Coach reports to the Head Women’s Basketball Coach and is responsible for assisting the Head Coach in all aspects of the women’s basketball program. The assistant coach will recruit players each season and ensure that prospective student-athletes are aware of all policies and procedures.
Summary of responsibilities: • Administration and coaching of the women’s basketball program • Recruitment of qualified student-athletes and monitoring student-athlete academic progress • Scheduling contests and practices; organizing travel and game day preparations. • Video Exchange Coordinator • Responsible budget organization and management • Promoting a favorable image of the University. Fosters community partnerships that enhance Maryville University • Commitment to University, Department of Athletics and NCAA rules and regulations
Three years of experience coaching basketball at the high school or collegiate level or 3 years of experience playing collegiate basketball.
Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills.
Thorough understanding of the game and technical aspects in the sport of basketball.
Ability to effectively teach team and individual skills connected with team and player development.
Proven ability to recruit, supervise and evaluate student-athletes.
Maryville University is a selective, comprehensive and nationally ranked private institution with more than 6,400 students. Maryville offers more than 100 degree degree programs at the undergraduate, masters and doctoral levels to students from 50 states and 47 countries. Consistently ranked as a top private school by Forbes and Kiplinger’s, Maryville was named the No. 1 Overperforming University ... in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for the past two years. Maryville’s athletics teams compete in 21 men’s and women’s sports at the Division II level in the Great Lakes Valley Conference. Founded in 1872, the University is ideally situated on 130 picturesque acres in West St. Louis County.