The University of Minnesota, Morris is seeking an Assistant Women's Soccer Coach/Head Women's Tennis Coach. This position is a 75% time, 10 month annually renewable position with full benefits reporting to the Director of Athletics.
The Assistant Coach/Head Coach is responsible for:
50%-Recruiting and Retention of Student Athletes • Assists in women’s soccer prospective student athlete recruiting and current student athlete retention efforts. Directs women’s tennis student recruitment and retention. • Provides for students’ safety, health and wellbeing.
25%-Game Day/Practice Organization • Coaches student athletes and fosters their skill development. • Directs and assists in coaching plans and implementation at practices and competitions. • Directs and assists in off-season programs and athlete development.
25%-Program Administration/Special Projects • Provides support to all aspects of a competitive NCAA Division III women’s soccer program and directs all aspects of a competitive NCAA Division III women’s tennis program to ensure they both advance the mission of intercollegiate athletics and the University. • Complies with NCAA, UMAC and university policies. (The violation of NCAA rules and/or other policies may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination.) • Provides sound fiscal management. • Assists in equipment oversight, scheduling, travel planning, and summer camps. • Assists in program communication and fundraising efforts with the Head Coach.
This is an annually renewable, professional and administrative appointment.
Applications must be submitted online at http://humanresources.umn.edu/jobs. To be considered for this position, please click the Apply button and follow the instructions. Please attach the required documents: a letter of application, resume and contact information for at least three professional references. Review of applications begins immediately and continues until the position if filled.
The University of Minnesota Morris is building an increasingly competitive NCAA Division III athletic program with 19 sports for men and women. The Cougars compete in the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference. Cougar Athletics is committed to fostering academic achievement, inclusive excellence, and good sportsmanship. One in five UMM students is a varsity athlete.
A Bachelor’s degree and demonstrated effectiveness coaching is required. A Master's degree, college coaching experience and/or participating at the collegiate level are preferred. The position requires excellent organization, oral and written communication skills, and the demonstrated ability to work effectively with students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds to build diverse and inclusive teams. The successful candidate will demonstrate an appreciation for NCAA DIII, be self-directed and motivated, work with integrity, and bring skills and abilities needed to help advance the programs.
About University of Minnesota, Morris
The University of Minnesota, Morris is a small, public liberal arts campus of the University of Minnesota. It serves students who seek a rigorous, undergraduate liberal education in the residential environment of a small college setting. UMM is an NCAA Div. III member of the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference.