Head Men’s Golf Coach – Kansas Wesleyan University
Kansas Wesleyan University is seeking applicants for a head men’s golf coach, a ¾ fulltime position (release time for local teaching) that will begin January 1, 2020. The KWU program, which practices and competes at the Salina Country Club, won the 2019 KCAC title and finished 13th in the NAIA. RESPONSIBILITIES: The coach will instruct, teach and coach men’s golf student-athletes and will be responsible for recruiting student-athletes, in addition to other duties in team administration. For more information, go to www.kwu.edu/jobs. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree and college coaching or playing experience. Preferred qualifications is college coaching experience and demonstrated experience recruiting golf student-athletes. The start date is January 1, 2020. APPLICATION PROCESS: Send letter of application, resume and contact information for three references to: Tiffany Daniels, assistant athletic director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications will continue until a candidate is hired. Founded in 1886 and affiliated with the United Methodist Church, Kansas Wesleyan is a vibrant and growing values-centered, faith-based liberal arts university located in Salina, Kansas, the regional hub of central Kansas. KWU is committed to the NAIA Champions of Character program. KWU is committed to recruiting a diverse staff and student body. EOE. For more information, visit www.kwu.edu.
About Kansas Wesleyan University
Situated on 28 beautiful acres in Salina, Kansas, Kansas Wesleyan University is a Methodist-affiliated liberal arts university, offering a high-quality education that prepares students for the workforce or graduate school. KWU’s close-knit community of faculty and staff are passionately student-centered and contribute to the education of KWU students as mentors, student job supervisors, advisors, and coaches. Located in Salina, Kansas—the retail hub of north-central Kansas—KWU offers employees a peaceful, community atmosphere in which to work. Salina, Kansas has a population of about 50,000, is a diversified economy and has garnered national attention for its quality of life and for being a great place to raise a family.