The Illinois Tech Swimming and Diving program is currently seeking a Part-Time Assistant Swimming Coach. This position will serve both the Men's and Women's teams and will report directly to the Head Coach.
The position is part-time, with an expected contribution of approximately 20 hours per week over the course of the 2018-19 academic year (approximately 40 weeks).
Primary duties will include:
1. Assisting with the writing and conducting of daily workouts, Monday through Friday mornings. Both individual and team instruction.
2. Providing support for collegiate student-athletes from various swimming backgrounds. Assist in the coaching and evaluating of student-athletes.
3. Aid in running home swim meets.
4. Travel with team for away swim meets.
5. Assisting in the recruitment and retention of top-quality student-athletes during the academic year. 6. Working well and compatibly with entire coaching staff
7. Other duties as assigned by Head Coach or Athletic Director
Collegiate swimming experience and coaching experience at any level for one or more years preferred.
Position begins as early as August 15, 2018. Season begins on September 17, 2018.
Applications will be reviewed until the position is filled. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Head Coach at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Collegiate swimming or collegiate coaching experience required.
1-3 years of swim coaching experience at any level is preferred.
Familiarity with NCAA Division III rules and recruiting guidelines is required.
About Illinois Tech
Illinois Institute of Technology was founded in 1940 and its heritage can be traced back to the early 1890's with the founding of the Armour Institute of Technology and the Lewis Institute. Illinois Tech has five campuses in the Chicago area with the main campus based on the Chicago's south side in the historic Bronzeville neighborhood.Illinois Tech is a national, technological, Ph.D.-granting research university, with world-renowned programs in engineering, architecture, the sciences, humanities, psychology, business, law, and design. The undergraduate student population tops 2900 and the total student population exceed 7400 with the law school, business school and school of design. Illinois Tech is currently transitioning to NCAA Division III and is beginning year two of the provisional stage. The sports program field's competitive teams in 17 sports: men's and women's swimming and diving, cross-country, track and field, tennis, basketball, soccer, volleyball and lacrosse, as well as men's baseball.