Newberry College seeks qualified candidates for the position of Head Coach for Men’s Lacrosse. Newberry College is an NCAA Division II institution and a member of the South Atlantic Conference. This full-time position will coordinate and oversee all aspects of the men’s lacrosse program. The selected candidate is responsible for administering all aspects of the program with specific duties including but not limited to: effective recruitment and retention of qualified student-athletes; individual skill development of student-athletes; scheduling; budget preparation and management; participation in department fundraising, community service, and alumni engagement efforts; monitoring academic performance; and related work as required. The Head Coach is also expected to adhere to all NCAA, South Atlantic Conference, and Newberry College rules and regulations. Review of applications will begin immediately, but will be accepted until the position is filled. To apply, submit a professional application, resume and cover letter to Ralph Patterson at: email@example.com and include contact information for four professional references. Or, mail it to: Ralph Patterson –Director of Athletics- Newberry College – 2100 College Street Newberry, SC 29108. All applicants are subject to criminal background checks. Starting Date is negotiable, with the knowledge of Newberry’s desire to field a team for the 2017-2018 academic year.
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Required qualifications: Bachelor's degree; Master’s degree preferred; prior coaching experience at the collegiate level preferred.
Preferred qualifications: Minimum of 3-5 years coaching experience at the collegiate level; demonstrated ability to recruit and retain student-athletes who are committed to academic and athletic excellence; experience with fundraising and/or alumni relations. The ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal, organizational, and written/oral communication skills as well as demonstrated success as an assistant or head coach at the collegiate level.