The purpose of the Assistant Indoor Volleyball/Associate Head Beach Volleyball Coach is to assist the Director of Volleyball in the organization, management, recruitment, and administration of an NCAA Division I Volleyball & Beach Volleyball program.
Duties and Responsibilities
60% - Beach Volleyball – Lead on training, on and off campus recruiting, day-to-day operations and administration of a Division I Beach Volleyball program.
30% - Indoor Volleyball – Assisting in all aspects of day-to-day operations of the indoor volleyball program, including, but not limited to, on and off campus recruiting, practice management, travel, budget, training, equipment management, and social media.
10% - Additional responsibilities providing assistance in the coordination and administration of the overall beach and indoor volleyball programs, including other duties assigned by the Director of Volleyball
Beach volleyball playing experience; collegiate playing experience preferred
One-year beach volleyball coaching experience
Knowledge of NCAA Indoor & Beach Volleyball rules and regulations
Ability to pass NCAA recruiting certification exam, annually
Experience in recruiting successful student-athletes
Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
Foster a cooperative work environment
Demonstrate competitive coaching skills
Demonstrate a working knowledge and commitment to compliance with all NCAA and Sun Belt Conference rules and regulations
Unwavering commitment to ethics and fiscal responsibility.
Demonstrated commitment to inclusion, community, diversity, and gender equity.
Must demonstrate an appreciation of university culture and tradition.
Internal Number: 6348
About University of Louisiana at Monroe
The University of Louisiana Monroe (ULM) is a comprehensive, state-funded institution of higher education that offers high quality educational and experiential opportunities to meet the academic, cultural, vocational, social, and personal needs of undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education students. ULM's mission is to "seek students who find value in our programs and prepare them to compete, succeed, and contribute in an ever-changing global society through a transformative education."
Today, ULM has an annual enrollment of over 9,100 students and has awarded a combined total of over 72,000 academic degrees to more than 65,000 alumni.
Founded in 1931, ULM's campus — one of the state's most attractive with beautiful Bayou DeSiard flowing through its 238-acre, tree-shaded campus — is located in the eastern part of Monroe. Together with its sister city of West Monroe, the city of Bastrop located in Morehouse Parish, and Union Parish, these communities comprise a metropolitan area of nearly 202,0000 residents and serve as the commercial, medical, and cultural hub for the northeast Louisiana region. The Twin Cities of Monroe and West Monroe straddle the Ouachita River, which many feel is one of the nation's most beautiful rivers.