Marietta College seeks a full-time Assistant Men's Rowing Coach/Instructor. The position is designed to provide future head coaches with a rich blend of coaching and administrative experience at a competitive NCAA, Division III private college. This is 10-month, administrative, full-time position and includes the following job duties: Teach proper rowing technique and assess skill development Instruct concepts of overall physical health, and individual and team safety Educate students on NCAA Division III rules and Marietta College Athletics Department Learning Outcomes Recruit future student athletes who understand the demands presented by small-college, non-scholarship athletic programs Monitor team members' academic progress Other duties as assigned for administration of the athletic department may include, but are not limited to: game day administration; facility supervision; intramural planning and supervision; sports information assistance; et.al.
Bachelor's degree and collegiate rowing experience
Ability to successfully impart knowledge and instigate learning in student athletes
Willingness to be a team player in the athletic department and a role model for athletes
Current valid driver's license and successful completion of a background check.
Marietta College is an independent, selective, coeducational, residential, liberal arts college of 1,200 graduate and undergraduate students located in the historic river city of Marietta, Ohio. The city of 15,000 is part of a larger metro area of 150,000 located about two hours from Columbus and Pittsburgh.
The College traces its roots to 1797, was formally chartered in 1835, and was awarded a... chapter of Phi Beta Kappa in 1860, only the 16th institution in the nation then so honored. Today, Marietta College is recognized annually by the U.S. News and World Report as one of the top regional liberal arts colleges in the Midwest, while the community is regularly cited for its high quality of life and reasonable cost of living.
Marietta College is a member of NCAA Division III and the Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC).