The Assistant Volleyball Coach assists the Head Volleyball Coach in directing all activities of the volleyball program within NCAA, LSC, TAMUK and TAMUS policies, guidelines, and procedures, including recruiting potential student-athletes. The Assistant Volleyball Coach is responsible for maintaining high academic standards to support the academic development and graduation of student-athlete welfare.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
•Assisting in successfully directing the volleyball program to compete for LSC and NCAA II championships
•Assisting in the recruitment of student-athletes and maintaining a culture of personal accountability in student-athlete conduct
•Assisting in the planning and direction of all practices, travel, and game activities
•Assisting, as delegated by Head Volleyball Coach, in preparing and managing the administrative functions of the volleyball program
•Assisting with summer camp preparation, including applications and staffing, as well as camp management and coaching
•Assisting in community engagement and donor relations by promoting the volleyball program within the priorities of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics
Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution and two (2) years college coaching and recruiting experience or three (3) years of high school and college coaching experience
Two (2) years of collegiate, high school, professional or club volleyball coaching experience and/or four (4) years or more of collegiate playing experience; knowledge of the rules and regulations for NCAA DII Volleyball; knowledge and ability to recruit potential student-athletes.
Located on the Texas Tropical Trail in Kingsville, Texas, home of the King Ranch and Naval Air Station-Kingsville, Texas A&M-Kingsville is a comprehensive, doctoral granting, residential university of 9,300 students. A member of the Lone Star Conference, the NCAA II Javelina Athletics Department includes 15 sport programs, 7 team National Championships, 55 individual National Champions, and is consistently recognized as a national leader in community engagement, game day environment, and home football attendance.Texas A&M University-Kingsville grew out of the teacher college or "normal school" movement that swept Texas and the nation in the early 1900s. Chartered in 1917 but not opened until 1925 because of America's entry into World War I, the University is the oldest continuously operating public institution of higher learning in South Texas. Shortly after beginning life as South Texas State Teachers College, its role was expanded to embrace a wider array of programs. As its mission has expanded, its name has changed to reflect its wider scope. Its first name change, to Texas College of Arts and Industries, came in 1929. In 1967 the name changed to Texas A&I University. The Univ...ersity became a member of the Texas A&M University System in 1989 and in 1993 changed its name to Texas A&M University-Kingsville to reflect that membership.Texas A&M-Kingsville is South Texas' greatest university, offering more academic programs and degrees, providing better learning and living facilities, doing more research, awarding more scholarships and producing more successful graduates than any other college or university in the region.Texas A&M-Kingsville seeks to provide quality undergraduate and graduate programs for students of all ages through a judicious blend of liberal and career education programs. The emphasis is on providing an intellectually challenging education reflecting high standards of academic performance while retaining a selective open admission policy. Texas A&M-Kingsville is dedicated to serving an ethnically an culturally diverse population. The University is committed to its mission of teaching, research, and service in South Texas for the advancement of knowledge and of regional development.Location: The University is located in historic Kingsville, a friendly, safe city of 25,000 that is the home of the legendary King Ranch. Corpus Christi and its beaches are just 40 miles to the northeast, and the border with Mexico is 120 miles to the south at Brownsville or 119 miles to the west at Laredo.