The University of Vermont is accepting applications for the position of Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach. The Assistant Coach is responsible for supporting the Head Coach in all phases of a highly competitive Division I women’s soccer program including but not limited to, practice and game preparation, recruiting, budget management, alumni and public relations, and adherence to the rules of the NCAA, America East and the University of Vermont. The candidate must be committed to the student-athlete's academic, personal, and athletic growth and development, and demonstrate the ability to successfully recruit and motivate Division I student-athletes. Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution; 1-3 years of successful collegiate coaching experience, preferably at the Division I level; extensive recruiting experience; strong communication and interpersonal skills; a record of integrity and leadership; a demonstrated commitment to issues of social justice and diversity and a commitment to the academic success and graduation of student-athletes. Candidates must be able to travel extensively. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Experience coaching and/or playing soccer at the high school, club, college, professional, or national team level
Bachelor’s Degree from an appropriately accredited institution
Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education
Experience coaching women’s soccer
Proficient in video editing software
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher and other comparable platforms
Additional Salary Information: Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Internal Number: S2860PO
About University of Vermont
On a hill overlooking the shores of Lake Champlain, at the foot of the Green Mountains, the University of Vermont combines faculty-student relationships most commonly found in a small liberal arts college with the resources of a major research university. The university is home to over 10,000 undergraduates, 1,351 graduate students, 406 medical students and more than 1,292 full and part-time faculty.