It is the responsibility of the Graduate Assistant Goalkeeper Coach to help lead a successful NCAA Division II program in her/his particular sport at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs. The athletic programs are the front porch of the institution and it is paramount that the Graduate Assistant Goalkeeper Coach helps operate her/his program in a manner that is representative of UCCS. Excellence shall be attained through athletic success, academic achievement, service learning and leadership development.
The duties of the Graduate Assistant Goalkeeper Coach position are as followed:
1. Train goalkeepers in a team/small group setting.
2. Organize and prepare training equipment prior to every training session.
3.. Assist with any travel arrangements, team administration, and meal planning.
4. Assist with the recruitment of qualified potential student-athletes for all positions at local and regional tournaments.
5. Monitor the academic progress of student-athletes on a weekly basis.
6. Assist with video analysis for goalkeepers and backline.
7. Lead student managers for facilities set up and breakdown on match day
8. Assist with any camp operations within the program.
9. To assist the head coach with any additional duties pertaining to the women’s soccer program.
Compensation for this position includes:
-Tuition, housing, and meal stipend available
Please send a resume, cover letter, and 3 references to Head Coach J. B. Belzer at firstname.lastname@example.org
The review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
-Bachelor's Degree -Collegiate GK Playing Experience -Admission into a UCCS graduate program. -USSF or United Soccer Coaches diploma preferred
About NCAA DII
UCCS is home to more than 12,400 driven students, more than 800 experienced faculty members and more than 800 devoted staff members. On our awe-inspiring campus, we focus on providing an academically excellent environment at a value to students.
Mountain Lion Athletics competes as a member of the NCAA Division II and the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, supporting 16 varsity intercollegiate sports. We provide athletic opportunities for 350 student-athletes with a focus on developing well rounded STUDENT athletes.