Juniata College invites applications for a 12 month, intern level, Director of Football operations/offensive assistant. Juniata is a co-educational, liberal arts college, highly regarded for its academic excellence. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to; on field coaching and instruction, football operations, the recruitment of qualified student-athletes, scouting and game preparation, academic monitoring, and the administration and organization of camps and clinics. Collateral responsibilities in support of the Athletic Department will be assigned.
Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree, a valid driver’s license, and playing experience/coaching experience at the collegiate level. Preference will be given to applicants with experience coaching or playing a defensive position at the college level and recruiting experience. Strong communication skills and the ability to successfully recruit high quality student-athletes in a rigorous academic environment is a must. Experience with Hudl digital editing system is a plus. Knowledge of and adherence to Juniata College, NCAA Division, and Centennial Conference rules and regulations are required.
This is a 12 month position that includes a monthly stipend, room, board, and full benefits. Review of applications will begin immediately, with an expected start date of August 5, 2019.
It is the policy of Juniata College to conduct background checks.
Juniata College will take positive steps to enhance the ethnic and gender diversity on its campus. The College commits to this policy not only because of legal obligations, but because it believes that such practices are basic to human dignity.
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About Juniata College
Founded in 1876, Juniata is an independent, co-educational college of liberal arts and sciences that draws students from more than 35 U.S. states and 30 to 40 nations in Africa, Asia, Europe, Oceania and South America. Juniata’s exceptionally strong programs in the sciences and education; innovative business and international studies offerings; signature programs in peace studies, museum studies, and integrated media arts; and experience-driven humanities offerings pair with the Juniata College Curriculum’s focus on local and global engagement to create an invigorating campus environment.
Juniata is among the nation’s top private colleges due to its educational quality, commitment to access, and distinctive environment. Its spirit is shown in memorable traditions including Mountain Day, Storming of the Arch, Lobsterfest, and Liberal Arts Symposium.
For nearly five decades, Juniata has empowered students to design their educational experience. Students use the College’s signature Program of Emphasis (POE) system to work with two faculty advisers to shape their education. Because the POE is more flexible than a major, Juniata students pursue varied interests and discover tale...nts in a system that rewards their initiative. About one third of Juniata students author a totally customized, individualized POE. Well over half of all students shape designated (pre-designed) POEs to meet their goals.
Because its students favor forging their own way, Juniata is one of 40 colleges featured in Loren Pope’s influential book, Colleges That Change Lives. Juniata students transcend what they think is possible, choosing the College for the strong community of people who partner with them in pursuing academic achievement, professional preparation, and personal growth.
Juniata earns accolades annually from The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Washington Post, Money magazine, and U.S. News & World Report, which places Juniata on its list of the top 100 national liberal arts colleges. Juniata earned a 2012 Senator Paul Simon Award for comprehensive internationalization on campus; Juniata enrolls a very high percentage of international students, of whom two-thirds are four-year degree-seeking students. The College recently earned recognition for its academic offerings, its successes related to diversity and inclusion, and its programs to prevent interpersonal violence. Its faculty and staff so appreciate the strong student focus that Juniata has been recognized in the Chronicle of Higher Education’s survey, “Great Colleges to Work For,” every year since its inception.
Juniata College takes an intentional approach to ensuring access and degree attainment, guaranteeing students graduation in four years or fewer, both to maximize career momentum and to minimize costs. The Juniata College Curriculum is rooted in interdisciplinarity and engagement, reflecting the pragmatic ethos of Juniata and matching it with contemporary student learning needs.
The College’s QUEST program integrates academic affairs and student life to provide students resources to strengthen academic skills, explore career and aspirational discernment, and maximize success.
Located in the rugged mountains of central Pennsylvania in a spot seemingly reserved for the purpose of fostering exploration, Juniata’s 110-acre main campus is enhanced by the nearby 315-acre Baker-Henry Nature Preserve and Baker Peace Chapel and the 400-acre Sparks Farm. In addition, a 365-acre environmental studies Field Station on nearby Raystown Lake provides one of the most distinctive opportunities in environmental science in the nation.
On campus, a broad, open quadrangle—the hub of student activity—is surrounded by core facilities, including the LEED-Gold certified Founders Hall, home to the humanities, QUEST, and College administration; the 88,000 square-foot von Liebig Center for Science; the Kennedy Sports and Recreation Center, home to several championship athletic teams; the all-new 42,000 square-foot Kepple Hall, home to integrated media and studio arts; the Halbritter Center for the Performing Arts and its innovative Suzanne von Liebig Theatre, a black box space utilized by the College’s groundbreaking theatre program; and the Beeghly Library, an intellectual heart of the campus soon to be renovated to reflect the College’s contemporary student learning strategies.
Juniata is located in the county seat of Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, along the Juniata River in the heart of south-central Pennsylvania, in a town where both the writing tablet and reflective road paint were invented. Now home to a growing community of artists, small-business entrepreneurs, the Allegrippis Trails (recognized as one of the best mountain biking trail complexes in the world), Raystown Lake, and the sprawling Rothrock Forest, Huntingdon’s small-town charm is connected to the larger central Pennsylvania region. Huntingdon is a half-hour drive from State College, where the state flagship university is located, and halfway between I-80 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Amtrak services Huntingdon with direct routes to Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and New York City.