The assistant volleyball coaching position supports and complies with the mission of the athletics department in the development and successful administration of a competitive intercollegiate volleyball program. As an assistant coach, develop team and individual goals; conduct and administer a program within the goals and objectives of the Athletics Department for all student-athletes and sports programs.
- Assist in the success of team performance in athletics & academics; enforce team, departmental, institutional & conference regulations & rules
- Recruitment of quality student-athletes; assist in the monitoring of academic progress, eligibility & graduation of student-athletes; exhibit impeccable ethical & moral character
- Other duties as assigned by Head Coach and Director of Athletics.
Expected to work extended hours, early mornings, late nights, weekends, and holidays during athletic seasons. Must be able to lift up to 50lbs., travel on a bus or in vans for an extended period of time, and be able to stand on feet outside for a long period of time. Must be able to work on a team, and adjust to schedules that may change.
Bachelor’s degree; 1 year of coaching experience, preferably at a college level or 2 years playing experience or 2 years playing experience at a collegiate level; knowledge of & commitment to NCAA Division III rules.
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