The University of South Alabama, a NCAA Division I institution, charter member of the Sun Belt Conference and located on the Gulf Coast in Mobile, Alabama, is seeking applicants for a Head Coach – Men’s Basketball.
The position’s responsibilities include leadership in all phases of a competitive program in accordance with University of South Alabama, Sun Belt Conference and NCAA rules and regulations. Duties include but are not limited to: recruiting and talent evaluation, practice organization, game preparation, monitoring student-athlete conditioning and academic progress, supervising coaching and support staff, creation and management of the program’s budget, oversight of facility preparation for practices, and active involvement in development activities. Other related duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Director of Athletics.
Letters of application, with resume, and the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three references will be accepted via email to USAMBB@collegiatesportsassociates.com.
Review of applications will begin immediately. Position is open until filled. This is a full time position with employee benefits, salary commensurate with experience. Employment will require applicable background/credit checks.
The University of South Alabama is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and applications will be accepted without regard to age, race, color, sex, or national origin.
Required qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution as approved and accepted by the University of South Alabama and three years of coaching experience, preferably at the collegiate level.
About University of South Alabama
The University of South Alabama is a member of NCAA Division I and the Sun Belt Conference and participates in 17 intercollegiate sports. The University is located along the growing Gulf Coast Region, famous for white sandy beaches, mild winters, and long summers, in Mobile, Alabama. USA with nine colleges and schools (including a College of Medicine), has an enrollment of more than 16,000 students.