-The Assistant Coach is responsible for assisting the Head Coach with the Men's & Women's Track program oProvide instruction, demonstration, evaluation and teaching of the sport (Jumps: Long Jump - Triple Jump - High Jump - Pole Vault) oAssure individual student athletes and the team reach maximum potential.-Provide leadership and instruction in the personal and athletic development of student-athletes -Responsible for management of team operations as required by the Head CoachoAssist Head Coach in day to day operations and student-athlete progressoDesign and implement practice plans as deemed necessary by Head Coach-Responsible for executing recruiting plan for the program set forth by the Head CoachoCover geographical areas, specific events and locations designated by the Head Coach -Management of student-athletes on and off the field at the request of the Head CoachoMonitor academic progress and ensure progress towards degree standardsoCounsel team members in academic, disciplinary, and personal mattersoConsult with College administration, staff, and faculty for resolution of issues as requiredoImplement a code of conduct and ethical standards to team members as it relates to the Monroe College Athletics Mission Statement and the Monroe College philosophy -Adhere to Monroe College and NJCAA policy to ensure compliance with the College, Region 15 Conference, and NJCAA -Represent Monroe College in a professional, civic, and charitable manneroRepresent the institution on the field of play at standard set by the Head CoachoPossess a strong work ethic, carry a high level of integrity, character, and honestyoPromote sportsmanship among participants of the team and opponents
Ability to work flexible schedule, including nights and weekends, have the ability to travel, and possess communication skills to work with a diverse constituency including students, parents, coaches, faculty, staff, administration, and outside contacts
Flexibility to attend functions organized by Monroe College with intent to educate, share, and celebrate the Monroe College philosophy and the success of our students
Directly report to the Head Coach on all team matters as it pertains to operational, academic, social, and personal issues
Monroe College was founded in 1933 with a single goal: To educate men and women for a successful future. Monroe is recognized as a leader in providing a focused, career-oriented, quality education that integrates classroom learning with real-world experience. Monroe offers a range of certificate, associate, bachelor's and master's degree programs.
The College stands out for many reasons, and o...ne of those reasons is the faculty. Monroe faculty are more than just professors—they are mentors, motivators and members of the Monroe family. Even more, each professor brings invaluable experience into the classroom. Whether they are former NYPD detectives, business leaders, chefs or nurses, Monroe professors make sure their students benefit from their practical knowledge. At Monroe, there are no huge lecture halls. Because classes are small, instruction is personalized and professors know their students by name. It’s one of the main reasons our students do well—there’s always a professor who will arrive early or stay late to help a student understand and learn. Because of their dedication, Monroe faculty receive over a 90% positive rating on student surveys.
?Ranked ‘Most Affordable Private College in New York State’ by U.S. News and World Report
?Online bachelor’s degree program ranked third in New York State by U.S. News and World Report
?350 military veterans currently serve as students
?75 countries represented at Monroe
?14,000 students have graduated over the last 5 years
?$12,000,000 in scholarships and grants were provided to students in 2013
?Ranked among top 100 (#62) Universities conferring master’s degrees by Washington Monthly magazine