The Assistant Lacrosse Coach supports the Head Coach by providing leadership and integrity to the program set forth by the Head Coach which includes (but is not limited to) recruiting qualified student-athletes, organization of practice and competitions and assistance with academic progress and fundraising activities. The Assistant Coach is expected to conduct him or herself in a manner representative of the University, the Department and the sport both on and off the field of competition. Moreover, the Assistant Coach is expected to be knowledgeable about and comply with NCAA regulatory policy governing his or her sport as well as NCAA and conference policies governing recruiting, eligibility, ethical standards, playing seasons, and extra benefits. Evidence of the Assistant Coach's knowledge of rules and policy will be in the Departmental expectation that the Assistant Coach successfully complete the annually administered NCAA Coaches Exam. Perform other duties as assigned.
Required Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree and at least two years of previous Lacrosse experience as a collegiate student-athlete. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
Required Skills and Abilities:
*Ability to assist the Head Coach with personnel matters including hiring and supervision of undergraduate/graduate externs and volunteers.
*Ability to assist with scheduling, meal planning, recruiting, coaching, scouting, and caring for equipment.
*Division I coaching and recruiting experience.
Compliance Statement: In the performance of their functions as detailed in the position description employees have an obligation to avoid ethical, legal, financial and other conflicts of interest to ensure that their actions and outside activities do not conflict with their primary employment responsibilities at the institution. Employees are also expected to understand and be in compliance with applicable laws, University and employment policies and regulations, including NCAA regulations for areas and departments which their essential functions cause them to interact.