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JOB SUMMARY: Working under the direction of the Head Coach, the Graduate Assistant Coach will assist with all aspects of the Division III Women’s Basketball program, including but not limited to game strategy, practice planning, player development, scouting/recruiting, video breakdown and analysis, monitoring student’s academic progress, travel, and day-to-day basketball operations. Candidate must be willing to travel to various regions to scout and recruit. Looking for a hardworking, self-motivated, energetic individual who is willing to work during non-traditional hours.
QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS: • Bachelor’s degree required • Prior coaching or collegiate playing experience required • Knowledge of all NCAA Div. III rules and regulations • Self-motivated individual with willingness to contribute and learn all aspects of the women’s basketball program • CPR/ AED & First Aid Certification required subsequent to date of hire • Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, and familiarity with all major social media platforms
APPLICATION INFORMATION: For full consideration, please apply by May 15, 2017. Send cover letter and resume to: email@example.com
Graduate Assistant Coaches must be accepted into the Nichols College graduate program prior to commencing employment. Graduate Assistant Coaches receive a salary of $10,000 annually, are eligible for certain benefits (medical, dental, disability, life insurance), and receive a tuition waiver for up to 18 credits toward an MBA, MSOL, or MSA degree at Nichols College. The position will begin on July 1, 2017 and is a two-year commitment.
Nichols College is an equal opportunity employer and educator and encourages women and minorities to apply.