Centre College, founded in 1819, offers its students a world of opportunities, highlighted by the nation’s #3 ranked study abroad program, ranked #46 by US News of national liberal arts colleges, and recently tabbed as one of the top 100 colleges in the nation for sports lovers, coming in at #47 (across all NCAA Divisions) for student-athlete experience according to Money magazine and Sports Illustrated. Located on 152-acres in Danville, Ky., the heart of the Bluegrass Region of Central Kentucky, Centre is a proud member of the NCAA Division III, a founding member of the Southern Athletic Association.
JOB DESCRIPTION Centre College invites qualified applicants for the full-time position of Assistant Volleyball Coach. Reporting to the Head Volleyball Coach, this position assists with various aspects of building a nationally-competitive women’s volleyball program, including but not limited to: identifying and recruiting successful student-athletes, skill development during practices and games, monitoring student-athlete academic progress, building a positive and cohesive team culture, scouting, and other duties as assigned. Additional secondary duty to be determined.
This position requires compliance with all NCAA, SAA, and Centre College rules and regulations and to and mindful of the College’s core values of diversity and inclusion.
Poised for success, enhancements to the Centre Volleyball program over the past 12 months include: a full-time assistant coach, year-round locker room, access to department’s full-time strength coach, and the creation of the David J. Hicks ’91 Practice Center (dedicated December 1, 2018).
Full-time position with competitive salary includes complete benefits package from the College.
TO APPLY Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until filled. For full consideration, application materials must be submitted online by Friday, May 31.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED
Bachelor’s degree required. Previous experience as a collegiate student-athlete or coach. A commitment to the Division III philosophy; knowledge of NCAA and SAA rules; and a demonstrated ability to recruit, retain, and mentor student-athletes and the ability to work effectively with diverse populations are essential. Additional qualifications include communication skills that allow for the ability to teach, motivate, and counsel student-athletes effectively as well as being self-motivated, positive, energetic, eager to teach, and a willingness to travel. Ability to work successfully within a team-oriented athletic department is essential.