Recruit student-athletes that can be successful academically, socially and athletically at Lawrence Technological University, meeting a minimum roster size of 25 unique student-athletes each year with a roster goal of 50 in two years; instruct and prepare the student-athletes for NACE competition; schedule and coach intercollegiate matches and tournaments, including an active reserve schedule; counsel the student-athletes on academic, athletic and social issues; coordinate a team community service program; provide a connection point for outreach to the campus, alumni and Southfield community
A degree from an accredited institution, preferably in computer sciences, game arts or information technology, or other relevant discipline is preferred. A Bachelor’s degree is required.
Five years of demonstrated leadership and experience in coaching high school and/or university students in a sport, or club activity is preferred. Administrative experience and prior recruiting experience in education is preferred.
Additional Salary Information: full benefit
About Lawrence Technological University
We're about “Theory and Practice” – taking abstract ideas into the real world to solve tomorrow’s problems. Our reputation comes as much from what we’re doing now as it does from our storied past.
Lawrence Technological University was born in 1932 during the middle of an innovation explosion that would change the world. None other than Henry and Edsel Ford helped launch the revolutionary experiment that would become LTU, providing guidance and space in their sprawling former Model T assembly plant for the fledgling school.
Today, we’re still changing the world. Since those early beginnings students and alumni have gone on to design and engineer the tools, buildings, and products that helped define their generations. And tomorrow’s LTU students will do the same.