Head Fencing Coach – Part TimeLafayette CollegeEaston, PA
Coach the sport of Fencing and develop a team cohesive with the excellent tradition and history associated with Lafayette College. Recruiting and assessment of appropriate student-athletes with excellent academic backgrounds to a NCAA Division I institution. Possess knowledge and abide by NCAA and MACFA rules and regulations. Conduct meetings with Assistant Coaches and distribute practice area assignments. Attend department meetings. Coordinate with the Athletic Administration the hiring of Assistant Coaches, expenditure and monitoring of the budget, scheduling of opponents, eligibility, facility requests for games, practices, equipment purchases, major repairs, game administration and work orders, and team travel advances including transportation, lodging and meals. Advise student-athletes. Coordinate fund-raising and development activities. Perform speaking engagements to solicit positive public relations for the program and the department in the community. Work closely with Sports Medicine for the care and prevention of athletic injuries and support the overall drug and alcohol education program for student-athletes. Coordinate information and game results with Athletic Communications to obtain publicity for the program. Serve as a liaison with various support groups both internal and external. Performance of all other duties and special projects as assigned by the Athletic Administration.
•Bachelor’s Degree required.
•Master’s Degree preferred.
•Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations.
Please submit your cover letter of application indicating the exact position, and include your resume, and a list of at least three professional references online at: https://apply.interfolio.com/69447. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.
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