Assistant Track and Field Coach (Sprints & Hurdles)
The University of Akron
July 31, 2018
Full-time - Experienced
Coaching, Coaching - Track & Field
4 Year Degree
Assistant Track and Field Coach (Sprints & Hurdles) The University of Akron Akron, OH
The University of Akron, A NCAA Division I (FBS) institution and member of the Mid-American Conference is seeking applicants for an Assistant Track and Field Coach (Sprints & Hurdles).
Responsibilities: •Design and implement effective recruiting program for the track and field and cross country programs. •Train and coach the student-athletes. •Assist with administrative duties as assigned by the head coach. •Help manage home meetings. •Assist with fundraising.
Required Qualifications: •Requires a bachelor's degree and a minimum of (1) one year experience at the collegiate level. •Recruiting at the college level preferred.
For complete details and to apply visit: http://www.uakron.edu/jobs Job ID #11058
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