Effectively perform duties associated with building a highly successful men’s soccer program and help create a culture of excellence in everything the program does for student-athletes. Must embrace the philosophies and rules of NCAA Division III and the SCAC, under the direction of the Head Coach for Men’s Soccer.
Assist in game evaluation with specific responsibilities. Assist in pre-practice preparation. Supervise specific areas of practice as directed by Head Coach. Assist in recruiting and game management as directed by Head Coach. Assist in all aspects of practice and daily activities, as directed by Head Coach. Maintain professional communication skills with all student athletes. Assist with specific needs as directed by Head Coach. Follow all NCAA rules and regulations as well as those of the SCAC.
Maintain University Office Safety – to ensure that all filing cabinet drawers are shut when not in use, cords are not across floor without being securely fastened down, all walkways remain clear in the office and hallway with no items hanging off edges or coming out from under tables, and chairs are placed in unobtrusive areas. Safety guides and men’s soccer program including securing goals and insuring equipment is safe and in good repair. Communications – Acts to facilitate good communications between employees, students, parents and management through interpersonal and professional communication techniques. Confidentiality – maintains the highest level of confidence concerning all matters in the Athletic Department. Does not discuss in any manner any information obtained through work. Other duties as assigned from time to time by the Head Men’s Soccer Coach.
Out of town overnight travel for inter-collegiate athletic contests, meetings, conferences and recruiting efforts using personal vehicle or university vehicle. Weekend and holiday work schedule when necessary. Overtime work required during season and post season play/recruiting/meetings. 75% walking or standing during season and practice. 80% of time at desk during off season. Driving of university vans to transport athletes to games.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS REQUIRED
Bachelor’s Degree in related field preferred.
Collegiate athletic experience preferred.
Ability to relate to young adults.
Ability to communicate effectively and work as University team member.
Ability to travel overnight with team.
Knows and abides by policies of Schreiner University, SCAC, NCAA.
Ability to become certified in CPR, First Aid and AED (automatic external defibrillator) Updated annually.
Valid Coaching license preferred.
Must have a valid Texas driver’s license, related insurance, and good driving record. Obtaining a CDL Driver’s License will be required.
Internal Number: 344
About Schreiner University
Schreiner is a private, primarily residential liberal arts university affiliated with the Presbyterian church. It is located in Kerrville, Texas 60 miles northwest of San Antonio. The University enrolls an estimated 1,400 undergraduate and graduate students. It offers 27 undergraduate degree programs, 9 pre-professional programs, 3 graduate degree programs and certification programs, 3 nursing programs, 1 military academy program, and 1 program to support college students with learning disabilities.
Schreiner University is an Hispanic-serving institution, an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is strongly and actively committed to diversity within its community.