Moravian College is accepting applications for an Intern Assistant Track & Field Coach to work with our sprinters, jumpers, and hurdlers. This ten month internship position involves assisting the head coach in all phases of an NCAA Division III track & field program including recruiting, practice, conditioning and lifting, monitoring academic progress, team travel, and other duties as assigned. Collegiate coaching experience with sprint, jump, and hurdling is preferred. The position includes a stipend, a housing option, graduate school courses if desired, and a limited meal plan.
This position is available beginning with the 2018 Fall Term. Resumes will be reviewed as they are received.
Stipend - $7,500 if housing option is not chosen
Stipend - $4,500 if housing option is available and chosen; housing is for 12 months
Limited meal plan provided during the academic year
Tuition availability (all in accordance with employee handbook)
QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree required. Coaching experience in the sprint, jump and hurdling events at the collegiate level are preferred along with strong interpersonal communication, professionalism, and organizational skills.
TO APPLY: Qualified candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and three references with contact information to Jesse Baumann, Head Track & Field Coach at email@example.com. Please send all electronic documentation in one (1) document formatted as a PDF file. The subject line should state ‘INTERN- Track & Field’.
Review of the applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Questions about the position may be directed to (610) 861-1578.
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