The Assistant Coach, Swimming & Diving will assist the head coach in all efforts to recruit, retain, and train qualified student-athletes to compete for the swimming & diving program at Wheaton College (Massachusetts).
Responsibilities of the Assistant Coach, Swimming & Diving include, but are not limited to, the following:
Assist the head coach in preparing the swimming & diving team for a full intercollegiate varsity season.
Travel locally, regionally and nationally to identify prospective student-athletes and assist the head coach in all aspects of the recruiting process.
Assist with developing and managing swimming & diving operating, recruiting and fundraising budgets; assist with all fundraising initiatives for the swimming & diving program.
Assist with organizing and conducting practices and managing all in-game operations.
Travel locally, regionally and nationally for any regular-season contests, championships, conference and/or national meetings, fundraising, alumni, and community events.
Assist in monitoring student-athlete academic progress and be available for consultation and support for student-athletes.
Comply with all NCAA, NEWMAC and Wheaton College rules and regulations.
Assist with team equipment and uniform and gear purchases.
Serve as a game manager for varsity sport competitions outside of the swimming & diving season and hold a secondary duty within the department.
Serve on department and campus-wide committees as assigned.
• Bachelor’s degree required. • Valid driver’s license. • First Aid and CPR certified. • Ability to work independently. • Ability to work evenings and weekends.
Internal Number: 0600619
About Wheaton College (MA)
Attracting students from across the country and around the globe, Wheaton College is a highly selective, four-year, private liberal arts college with a student body of almost 1,700. Wheaton's residential campus, one of the loveliest in New England, is located in Norton, Massachusetts, between Boston and Providence, R.I.
Founded in 1834 as a female seminary, Wheaton College became coeducational in 1987 after more than 150 years as a leading educational institution for women. Wheaton's traditional commitment to equality and social justice is today reflected in its pledge to diversity in all its forms. Wheaton is an active community of learners who value the liberal arts as a means for personal growth, professional success and leadership that improves the world.