Dakota Wesleyan University, a private, four-year, Liberal Arts University in the Great Plains Athletic Conference (NAIA) is seeking a Head Cheer and Competitive Dance Coach. This is a full-time, fully benefited position that includes all aspects of leading and managing sideline cheer and competitive dance program. The Head Cheer and Competitive Dance Coach will be responsible for sideline cheer and competitive dance programs, including coaching, recruiting and retaining student athletes, budgeting, organizing practices, scheduling, handling matters necessary to run a competitive program, and other duties as assigned by athletic leadership. The individual must develop relationships and keep consistent communication with prospective students, area high school teachers, coaches and leaders of student groups. This individual is expected to have a dynamic personality and characteristics beneficial for building an environment with strong recruitment, retention, teamwork, integrity, trust and transparency. Must have experience and willingness to fundraise. Individual has a demonstrated commitment to the mission of DWU and our values of learning, leadership, faith, and service. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree preferred. Relevant experience in performing arts, cheer, dance and choreography. Time management skills. Knowledge of NAIA and GPAC competition and compliance.
Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applicants should submit a resume, cover letter, and the three professional references to:
email@example.com Dakota Wesleyan University 1200 W University Ave Mitchell, SD 57301
Dakota Wesleyan University is an equal opportunity employer and provider.
Bachelor’s degree preferred. Relevant experience in performing arts, cheer, dance and choreography. Time management skills. Knowledge of NAIA and GPAC competition and compliance.
About Dakota Wesleyan University
Dakota Wesleyan University is a private, four-year, liberal arts university in the Great Plains Athletic Conference (NAIA).