Baker University is currently accepting applications for the position of Head Women's Soccer Coach. Duties will begin immediately. Baker University is a member of the Heart of America Athletic Conference (Division I) and National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics.
Responsibilities with the position include - recruitment and retention of student-athletes, budget management, scheduling and compliance with all university, conference and national policies.
The candidate must possess a bachelor's degree. Coaching experience at the collegiate level and a masters degree is preferred. NSCAA or USSF coaching license is preferred. Salary is commensurate with qualifications.
Submit a letter of application indicating your interest in this position and give a brief account of your experiences and background. Provide a current resume and include the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references for immediate contact. The references should be able to confirm recent employment and should have knowledge of your academic and athletic coaching competency.
Review of resumes will begin immediately.
Send information to Human Resources Department, Baker University, P.O. Box 65, Baldwin City, KS 66006 or by email at email@example.com. Attachments must be in MS Word or Adobe.pdf formats.
Baker University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Baker University is a private liberal arts institution with 3,200 full and part-time, traditional, and non-traditional students. The College of Arts and Sciences hosts the university athletic programs. Baker was the first university in Kansas. It was founded in 1858 by what is now the United Methodist Church.Three Baker buildings are listed on the National Historical Register: Old Castle Museum, 1...858; Parmentor Hall, built in the 1860s; and Case Hall, 1904. The University's science program offers students 600 acres of Baker-owned wetlands, woods, and prairie for outdoor laboratory experiences. Baker is one of only two universities in the country to have orange as a single school color. The other school is Syracuse University. The Baker athletics program is steeped in history, and its future is bright. The Wildcats sponsor 19 conference sports, as many as any other member of the Heart of America Athletic Conference. The program dates back to the 1890s with a win over the University of Kansas in the state's first intercollegiate football game and boasts more than 100 All-Americans, nearly 100 conference titles, and six individual national champions. The program also thrives in academics and philanthropic endeavors. Student-athletes are involved in campus organizations as officers. More than 50 Wildcats annually are named NAIA Scholar-Athletes for their success both on the field and in the classroom and a select few have even been named Captial One Academic All-Americans. Baker was one of the first NAIA schools to take part in the Champions of Character program, which emphasizes respect, servant leadership, integrity, sportsmanship and responsibility. Baker finished the 2016-17 season ranked No. 19 in the Learfield standings. Baker has been a member of the Heart of America Athletic Conference since the organization's inception in 1971. The conference consists of 14 schools in four states and sponsors 19 sports (ten for men and eight for women, and co-ed spirit squad). The schools are located in southwest Iowa, eastern Kansas, southern Nebraska and throughout Missouri. Location Baldwin City is a beautiful small town with brick streets and Victorian homes. Each fall, the city attracts 30,000 visitors to its famous Maple Leaf Festival. Always the third weekend in October, the colorful festival features crafts, food and entertainment.Lawrence is 15 minutes north and Kansas City is 45 minutes to the northeast. Topeka is 45 minutes northwest and Wichita is 2.5 hours southwest.