The University of Mary Washington, an NCAA Division III institution located in historic and vibrant Fredericksburg, VA, is seeking a Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach. This position is a full-time, 9-month (wage) appointment- to cap at $20,000. Exceptional opportunities for additional compensation through camps (ID and Summer), local club coaching and individual training sessions. Graduate tuition remission (15 credits per calendar year) after one year of employment. Assistant coaching duties include, but are not limited to, assisting the head coach with practice and game preparation and coaching, recruiting, academics, fundraising, and the off-season program. Goalkeeping experience a plus, but not required.
University of Mary Washington Department of Athletics’ Goals: -To recruit, retain, and graduate quality student-athletes who will become engaged alumni. -To be competitively successful at the conference, regional, and national level. -To provide a quality student-athlete experience that is safe, nurturing, and instills the values of leadership, teamwork, and sportsmanship. -To maximize available resources and identify new funding opportunities. -To align with the mission of the University and serve as a prominent advocate for the University.
To Apply: go to https://careers.umw.edu/
The University of Mary Washington is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating and supporting a diverse and inclusive work and educational community that is free of all forms of discrimination. This institution does not tolerate discrimination or harassment on the basis of age, color, disability, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, parental status, political affiliation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or veteran status. We promote access, inclusion and diversity for all students, faculty, staff, constituents and programs, believing that these qualities are foundational components of an outstanding education in keeping with our mission. The university is interested in candidates whose experience and qualifications support an ongoing commitment to this core quality.
Equal Opportunity Employer – Veterans and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
4 years varsity intercollegiate playing experience
An expressed interest in collegiate coaching as a career.
The Assistant Coach is expected to assist the Head Coach with practice, game preparation, recruiting and coaching as well as fundraising and the off-season programs..
Ability to manage multiple social media accounts
Incredible work ethic
Great team player
Ability to multi-task
Interpersonal skills and mentoring
Additional Salary Information: Exceptional opportunities for additional compensation through camps, local club coaching and individual training sessions. Graduate tuition remission of 15 credit hours per calendar year may be possible after one year of employment.
About University of Mary Washington
The University of Mary Washington, founded in 1908, is recognized as one of the nation's premier public, liberal arts and sciences institutions. Highly respected for its commitment to academic excellence and its strong undergraduate liberal arts and sciences program, the University boasts three colleges (business, education and arts and sciences) and three campuses, conveniently located between Richmond, Va., and Washington, D.C. These two capitals provide a rich resource for undergraduate student internships, as well as a promising job market for graduates. Mary Washington's talented and intellectually curious students have ample opportunities to engage in research and to work collaboratively in small, interactive classes with innovative and accessible master teachers, including Fulbright scholars, who motivate them to think critically, engage meaningfully and communicate effectively. Mary Washington has as one of its strongest foundations as firmly entrenched honor system, which creates a campus-wide environment of trust and integrity. A University Center for Honor, Leadership and Service helps instill leadership qualities in students and guides them toward positions of responsib...ility and influence. Service learning is a hallmark of the UMW experience, with students volunteering in unprecedented numbers for community events and environmental stewardship initiatives. The school routinely shows up on the Peace Corps ranking of the nation's top producers of volunteers, and many graduates have served in Teach for America and similar organizations. An education at UMW, with multiple opportunities for student research and service learning, uniquely prepares graduates for interesting careers or for advanced study. Technologically forward thinking, UMW recently opened the state-of-the-art Convergence Center. Among its heralded programs is one called Domain of One's Own. This pioneering project provides free, personal domain names and web hosting to help students take responsibility for their online identities, as well as explore the implications of what it might mean for them to take control of their work and manage their own portfolios. This initiative, along with renowned UMW Blogs and the immensely popular Communication and Digital Studies program, has made UMW a national leader in the digital liberal arts.In addition, UMW offers one of the nation's leading historic preservation program and a concentration in creative writing, as well as one of the top debate programs in the country. Other strong majors include political science and international affairs, English, biology, psychology, earth and environmental science, history, visual and performing arts, economics and business. With its classic Jeffersonian architecture, manicured grounds and residence centers located amidst traditional lecture halls, UMW offers an unparalleled American college experience. In the heart of its Fredericksburg campus, UMW recently opened a 104,000-square-foot University Center, which houses multi-station dining hall and retail food establishments as well as a large ballroom and numerous student offices and meeting spaces. In addition, a premium residential and retail complex, centrally located student services and 2,000-seat convocation center provide students with superb facilities. Historic Fredericksburg, Va., bustles with distinctive stores, great restaurants, quaint bookstores and charming coffee shops, all within easy walking distance of campus. At least 120 student organizations and clubs provide opportunities for fun and leadership. More than 20 UMW Eagles varsity teams regularly compete at the championship level in NCAA Division III, and numerous intramural and club sporting activities are available