Southern Illinois University, a Division I member of the Missouri Valley Conference, is seeking an assistant coach for Indoor and Outdoor Men's and Women's Track and Field and Cross Country program. This position will assist in all facets of the program, coaching for specific events, recruiting student athletes, assisting in administrating the program, ensuring rules compliance and public relations on behalf of the program.
Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to: Design and implement training programs/practice regimens for student athletes in the Jumps/Multis, ensuring compliance of the program with University, NCAA, and MVC rules, recruiting student athletes, and other duties administering and supporting the program as assigned.
Apply by submitting a Cover Letter & Resume/CV by close of business (4:30 p.m.) August 17, 2018 or until filled. Visit jobs.siu.edu "Administrative/Professional Job Postings" to create an account and apply.
This is a security-sensitive position. Before an offer of employment is made, the University will conduct a pre-employment background investigation which includes a criminal background check.
Bachelor's degree, thorough knowledge and understanding of NCAA rules and regulations, coaching or competitive experience in track and field at the NCAA Division I level, technical knowledge of Jumps/Multis, combined with the demonstrated ability to apply that knowledge, and demonstrated recruiting ability.
Internal Number: ATH-8512
About Southern Illinois University
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, located in scenic Southern Illinois, approximately 100 miles southeast of St. Louis and 350 miles south of Chicago, is a comprehensive university with more than 20,000 students. SIUC offers 18 varsity sports—nine for men and nine for women—at the NCAA Division I level. The football program is a member of the Missouri Valley Football Conference, while all other sports are members of the Missouri Valley Conference. SIUC is committed to the academic excellence of its student-athletes.