Mary Baldwin University is currently seeking a qualified head coach for the women’s soccer program. The athletic department is an NCAA Division III and USA South Athletic Conference member located in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. The department is anticipating unprecedented growth and seeking an applicant that is excited to rebuild a program centered on the academic development of student athletes, the fostering of a strong team culture, and a competitive role in the USA South Athletic Conference.
The successful candidate will be able to work independently and join a collaborative athletic department, will have excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills and will be someone who is able to interpret and comply with all NCAA rules and regulations.Specific duties related to the soccer program include, but are not limited to, recruiting, team training, scheduling, budgeting, fund-raising, implementing community service projects, and monitoring governing-body rules compliance.
To be considered for the position, candidates must have a bachelor’s degree and experience coaching, preferably at the college level. Competency in computer skills is required as well as a willingness to learn Front Rush. Candidates must forward a cover letter, resume, and names of three professional references, including titles and contact information, by email to Women’s Soccer Search Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org. Completed applications received by April 27, 2018, are guaranteed full consideration. More information is available at https://go.marybaldwin.edu/business-and-finance/2018/04/04/head-womens-soccer-coach-athletics/ Mary Baldwin University is an equal opportunity employer and in keeping with its commitment to further diversify its faculty and staff, particularly encourages minorities and women to apply.
About Mary Baldwin University
Founded in 1842, Mary Baldwin University is a small, coeducational university offering a range of degree programs from bachelor to doctoral. It serves a vibrant student population on its main campus in Staunton, Virginia; at its nearby health sciences campus in Augusta County; online; and through regional advising centers throughout Virginia. Two hours from the nation’s capital, located on the western edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the picturesque and historic Shenandoah Valley, the university’s main campus is on 58 hilltop acres and opens onto downtown Staunton, regularly named one of the best small towns in America.It is a pivotal and exciting time in the distinguished 176-year history of Mary Baldwin University. A radical belief in student potential and in the transformative power of the liberal arts and sciences has guided Mary Baldwin University since its founding as Augusta Female Seminary in 1842. Mary Baldwin’s history began with founder Rufus Bailey and what was then a revolutionary idea: that women, like men, should be well educated. A generation later, namesake Mary Julia Baldwin took the reins during the Civil War; afterward her cutting-edge innovations made the in...stitution thrive. Augusta Female Seminary was renamed Mary Baldwin Seminary in 1895 in honor of Miss Baldwin, and became Mary Baldwin College in 1923. In 2016, the institution became Mary Baldwin University to reflect its growing range of bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs, and in 2017 the university welcomed its first residential men students to campus. Imbued with an entrepreneurial spirit, the university has repeatedly introduced new methods and programs at the forward edge of educational trends and societal needs. Emphasizing global leadership and citizenship, MBU is noted for high academic standards, strong leadership development programs, a diverse student body, and innovative programs including the Virginia Women’s Institute for Leadership. Mary Baldwin continues to educate both women and men and is one of the most diverse private universities in the country.Staunton is conveniently located in the beautiful historic Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Known for its historic architecture and charming downtown, it is home to a vibrant arts and music scene and offers a range of excellent dining, wine bars, and micro-breweries. With five National Historic Districts, Staunton is easily explored by foot. Its compact downtown features over one hundred unique shops, art galleries and restaurants. Founded in 1747, the city is the birthplace of President Woodrow Wilson, and the city manager form of government. At the crossroads of Virginia, Staunton is a transportation hub with advanced rail, highway, and air access. The city lies at the heart of Virginia’s Education and Technology Corridor with nine colleges and universities regionally and a “Blue Ribbon” local school system. Staunton is within Augusta County which hosts corporate residents including Best Buy, Specialty Blades, Bruin, U.S.A., McKee Foods, Hershey Chocolate, and a host of other fine companies. Opportunities to explore the arts and culture abound in Staunton. Located on the edge of campus are the Blackfriars Playhouse, the only replica of Shakespeare’s indoor theater, and the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library. The Heifetz International Music Institute makes its home at Mary Baldwin University each summer; along with the Staunton Music Festival, music lovers can fill the summer months with performances of superior quality. The community supports a thriving farmers’ market and excellent restaurants. The Shenandoah Valley with the adjacent Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains offer scenic beauty and abundant opportunity for outdoor activities. The region features Shenandoah National Park, the Blue Ridge Parkway, and the George Washington National Forest, includes over 100 miles of the Appalachian Trail, and offers numerous other hiking and biking trails, spectacular caverns, trout fishing in mountain streams, golf, kayaking, and skiing. Vineyards and wineries abound in the region along with a growing range of other agribusinesses.