RESPONSIBILITIES: •Leadership, operation and management of MSUM’s Swimming and Diving program in accordance with University, Conference and NCAA rules, regulations, and policies. •Duties include but are not limited to: scheduling, recruiting, practice planning/organizing, budgeting, supervising assistants, public relations, departmental fundraising, and camps. •Other Duties as Assigned •Teaching Courses in the Health and physical Education Department
Bachelor's Degree from accredited university/college Minimum 3 years college coaching or 5 years High School of club coaching wihtin the past 8 years, with proven record of success.
Demonstrated ability to lead, motivate and support student-athletes athletically, academically and socially
Deomnstrated ability to teach physical education skills course and/or basic health courses
Effective oral, written and interpersonal communication skills
Demonstrated success working with students of diverse backgrounds including sensitivity to their needs and concerns
Master's Degree in related area
Knowledge of NCAA Division II recruiting rules and regulations
Demonstrated committment to the philosophy of NCAA Division II athletics and student-athlete experience
Familiarity with the Central Region and the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference
Ability to fundraise
About Minnesota State Univeristy Moorhead
Minnesota State University Moorhead Dragon Athletics competes at the NCAA Division II level in the highly competitive Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference. Dragon Athletics is comprised of almost 400 student-athletes competing in 16 varsity sports and two spirit squads. With a population of more than 170,000, the Fargo-Moorhead area community is the largest metropolitan area between Minneapolis/St. Paul and Spokane, Washington. The community is home to around 25,000 college students who attend three 4 year universities and a 2 year community and technical college. Moorhead, MN and Fargo, ND are on the Minnesota/North Dakota border approximately 250 miles northwest of Minneapolis/St. Paul and 250 miles south of Winnipeg at the juncture of Interstates 94 and 29.