Seton Hill University, a NCAA Division II institution, invites applications for a 12-month graduate assistant position for women's field hockey. The assistantship includes payment for hours worked and a tuition scholarship.
1. Expertise in the area of Goalkeeping Coaching and Development.
2. Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office software.
3. Strong interpersonal skills in dealing with prospective student-athletes, student-athletes, parents, alumni, staff and University personnel.
4. Candidate must display a commitment to responsibility for adhering to all the policies, rules and regulations of SHU, and the NCAA.
Duties: Assist head coach with organization and supervision of the field hockey program including recruitment of qualified student-athletes with a commitment to academic success, compliance with NCAA, and Seton Hill rules and regulations; scheduling; practice and conditioning; scouting; budget management; fundraising activities and promotions; organizing and directing camps and clinics; other duties as assigned.
Position begins July 2, 2018. Interested candidates should submit cover letter and resume, including names and telephone numbers of three references via email to Kyla Dickson at email@example.com. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Seton Hill University is an Affirmation Action, Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to having a faculty, staff and student body that reflects the diversity of the global population. AA/EOE
Required Qualifications: Baccalaureate degree and previous experience as a field hockey coach and/or collegiate field hockey player required. Acceptance into one of Seton Hill University's eligible graduate programs is also required.
About Seton Hill University
Seton Hill University is a Catholic, liberal arts university located 35 miles east of Pittsburgh, PA. Seton Hill offers 40 undergraduate majors, 8 graduate programs and serves traditional age and adult student populations. Seton Hill is committed to having our faculty and student body reflect the racial diversity of the global population. AA/EOE