Oregon Tech is seeking applications for a Head Golf Coach in the Athletics Department. This is a 10-month, full-time position located on the Oregon Tech campus in Klamath Falls, Oregon. Oregon Tech offers competitive salaries with excellent benefits including comprehensive healthcare, a generous retirement package, and significant tuition discounts at the seven public universities in Oregon. The successful applicant would be under the direction of the assigned athletic administrator, and would be responsible to lead a successful NAIA men’s and women’s golf program at Oregon Tech. The Head Gold Coach will also manage the resources provided by the University which support the essential components of the program and will be actively involved in fundraising to enhance resources for the program.
Two (2) years coaching experience in Collegiate Golf or four (4) years High School Head Coaching or Club Experience.
Experience with NAIA/Cascade Conference rules/regulations, Eligibility and scheduling.
Maintain current certification in first aid (CPR, AED) use.
Valid, insurable driver’s license.
Master’s Degree in sports related area and/or Business Management.
Ability to drive a 12 passenger van.
Ability to travel, rent vehicles, drive in large cities and fly in commercial aircraft with groups of students.
Ability to supervise assistant coaches and student workers.
Exceptional leadership and organizational ability with the ability to prioritize multiple tasks. Strong communication skills to convey clear meaning to a diverse audience.
Successful plan and/or coaching experience at the collegiate and/or professional level.
How to Apply: To review the full posting and to apply, visit https://jobs.oit.edu/postings/4180. For questions about this position please contact Search Committee Chair Erin Williams at email@example.com. All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply. Oregon Tech is an AA/EEO/Vets/ADA employer.
About Oregon Institute of Technology
Oregon Institute of Technology is the only public, accredited polytechnic university in the Pacific Northwest. The university was founded in 1947 to educate servicemen returning from World War II. Throughout its history, OIT has maintained vital relationships with industry partners to be responsive to workforce needs. Most classroom experiences are balanced between theory lecture and immediate laboratory application. OIT is a member institution of the Oregon University System. The university's main campus is in Klamath Falls, with two campuses in the Portland-metropolitan area and specific degree programs delivered in Seattle, Medford and La Grande. The graduate placement rate is 98 percent, with an average starting salary of $54,000. The university's overall enrollment is 3,318. OIT is ranked among the US News & World Report Top 10 Baccalaureate Colleges in the West, and is home to the national champion Hustlin' Owls Men's Basketball Team. OIT was the first university in the United States to offer a Renewable Energy Systems bachelor's degree, graduating its first student in June 2008.