The Long Island University Post department of Athletics is seeking a Head Coach for Women’s Ice Hockey as it builds to an NCAA Program. This is a full-time administrative staff position responsible for all phases of the organization, administration and coaching of an NCAA Division II ice hockey program. This includes, but is not limited to, the recruiting of prospective student-athletes, supervising assistant coaches, scheduling of practices and competition, and working effectively with both internal and external constituencies of the University. Additionally, this individual will be responsible for monitoring the academic progress of the team’s student-athletes, auditing information from academic support services, and ensuring compliance with the conference, NCAA, and University rules and regulations.
Master’s degree preferred
Ice hockey coaching experience, Intercollegiate ice hockey experience preferred.
The ability to work with a diverse population with a demonstrated commitment to student-athlete success.
Knowledge of NCAA Division II rules and regulations
Experience managing scholarships and operating budgets
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with experience
LIU Post, a 320-acre campus located on Long Island’s scenic North Shore, boasts one of the top Division II programs in the country. The LIU Post Department of Athletics, which sponsors 25 varsity programs — nine for men and 16 for women — and three spirit teams, has won 21 NCAA Division II National Championships and five consecutive East Coast Conference Commissioner’s Cups, honoring the best over...all program in the conference. The Pioneers consistently rank amongst the nation’s best programs in the NACDA Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings, and the LIU Post Department of Athletics is committed to providing its more than 500 student-athletes with the finest in academic and athletics support, ensuring a true life-enhancing experience. The campus also has the most state-of-the-art facilities in the Eastern landscape, including the recently-transformed Bethpage Federal Credit Union Stadium and Pratt Recreation Center.