Duties of the HEAD VOLLEYBALL COACH includes, but is not limited to: 1.All aspects of coaching and administrating a collegiate NCAA Division III program; 2.The successful recruitment and retention of quality student-athletes; 3.Managing a team budget; 4.Scheduling practices and contests; 5.Hiring and supervision of assistant coaching staff 6.Safety monitoring of university athletic facilities during student use and team fundraising.
Bachelor’s degree and volleyball coaching experience.
ABOUT SPALDING UNIVERSITY:
Spalding University is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. The University complies with all federal, state and local equal employment opportunity laws. It is the University’s policy not to discriminate against any individual or group of individuals and to provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons regardless of race, color, na...tional origin, age, disability, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, military status, veteran status or other protected status. All job offers are contingent upon successful completion of a criminal background check and pre-employment drug screen.
Faculty, staff and students are united by the institutional mission:
Spalding University is a diverse community of learners dedicated to meeting the needs of the times in the tradition of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth through quality undergraduate and graduate liberal and professional studies, grounded in spiritual values, with emphasis on service and the promotion of peace and justice.
Spalding has always been a leader in serving populations who might otherwise have gone underserved by higher education – offering formal higher education to women at a time when it was a rarity, and later admitting African American students while many institutions were still segregated. Spalding is committed to serving students whose potential for success and drive to grow through education may be greater than their academic preparation or economic ability, and has developed an institutional model that works with each student to build on their capabilities, equipping them to compete professionally and academically.
Spalding’s tradition of reaching underrepresented populations continues today, filling a critical educational niche in our community. Among Spalding’s student population of just over 2,300:
• 39% of students identify as an ethnic minority (15-20% greater than other local universities) nearly half (46%) are first-generation college students
• 59% (695 out of 1171 total undergrads) are eligible for Pell Grants, indicating an economically disadvantaged household.
Spalding’s impact in our community extends far beyond the student body. Through students’ practicum, fieldwork and clinical assignments in conjunction with over 150 area health care and community-based agencies, Spalding touches over 25,000 adults and children each year. Considering over three quarters of Spalding graduates remain in the greater Louisville region following graduation, investment in our students today means continued investment tomorrow as they continue to play a significant role in growing the college-educated workforce in the area.