Minimum of 2 years coaching and/or competing in Track and Field.
Experience and knowledge of Track and Field.
Thorough knowledge of, or willingness to learn all applicable NJCAA and ICCAC rules as they apply to Track and Field.
Ability to travel.
CPR/First Aid certification required or ability to obtain.
Ability to communicate effectively.
Strong commitment to high ethical standards and integrity.
Ability to build team cohesiveness.
Ability to work with diverse populations, faculty, staff, and students.
Positive attitude toward athletics and recreation.
Due to the nature of the work involved in coaching; many weeks will entail morning, evening, and weekend hours.
Successful clearance of criminal conviction record check.
Must possess a current driver’s license valid in the State of Iowa and a driving record insurable by the College’s insurer.
Possess or have the ability to obtain a Commercial Driver’s License and Passenger Endorsement within first three months of employment
Needs of the department vary, the percent of time devoted to each part of the job will be governed by seasonal and immediate needs of the department.
Other duties as assigned.
One year experience working with college aged students.
One-year experience with national and ICCAC policies, e.g. NCAA, NJCAA, NAIA, ICCAC, etc.
Assist Head Coach with all men’s and women’s track and field practices.
Be present at all men’s and women’s track and field practices and competitions.
Recruit prospective students for the men’s and women’s track and field program.
Promote positive public relations for the men’s and women’s track and field program.
Provide first aid in emergency situations and complete annual blood borne pathogen training and CPR certification.
General professional staff responsibilities.
Supervise and provide instruction and direction at men’s and women’s track and field
Supervise and provide guidance at men’s and women’s track and field
Performing set-up, tear-downs, and storage of equipment.
Enforce all safe policies and procedures.
Performs other related work as assigned.
About Hawkeye Community College
Since Hawkeye opened its doors in 1966, it has focused on meeting the needs of the community, providing quality, affordable training for learners at all stages of life. First opened as Hawkeye Institute of Technology, today Hawkeye Community College serves more than 25,000 individuals and awards almost 1,500 diplomas and degrees annually. Hawkeye has a community impact of $106 million and 1,400 jobs. Since 1966, the college has graduated more than 50,000 students, with 94 percent staying in Iowa.
In the fall of 2015, Hawkeye launched its first ever intercollegiate sport program with a strategic initiative to have 13 programs implemented by the fall of 2019. These programs include: sports shooting, men's soccer, women's soccer, men's cross country, women's cross country, men's track and field, women's track and field, men's golf, women's volleyball, men's bowling, women's bowling, competitive dance, and the first Esports program among community colleges in the State of Iowa.