Job Purpose Towson University, a Division I member of the Colonial Athletic Association is accepting applications for an Assistant Women's Volleyball Coach/Recruiting Coordinator. This position will assist the head coach in the coaching and day to day administration of a Division I intercollegiate women's volleyball program; video/CAA exchange compliance; camps- clinics; assist with practice and match preparation; player development; monitoring social media; run drills; practice scheduling; recruit as permitted by NCAA rules and regulations; as well as attend community events to support the program and other duties assigned by the head coach.
Description The Assistant Women's Volleyball Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, under direction of the Head Coach, will assist in coaching/providing individualized skill instruction for student-athletes; assist in practice planning and conduct practices in the absence of head coach. Responsible for conducting a portion of our off campus evaluations regarding our PSA's. In addition the position will perform the duties of a Recruiting Coordinator which will be demanding as it requires travel, great communication skills, and an on-going effort (both day and night as well as weekends) to identify, contact and commit highly academic, and athletically gifted student-athletes. They will also oversee our continual recruiting efforts during the maintenance phase of our recruiting calendar. Other duties as assigned, including but not limited to; assisting with and supervising evening study hall sessions, assisting with on campus and satellite camps and overseeing our social media outlets, as well as provide regular updates/maintenance for our team apps and to comply with all CAA video exchange policies.
Qualifications A Bachelor's degree and two years of successful volleyball coaching/recruiting experience at the high school, professional, club or collegiate level. Ability to train and recruit at the Division I collegiate level. Ability to accept and carry out assigned program and responsibilities. Ability to communicate effectively and work well with other coaches, students, parents, faculty, staff, alumni and the community. Must be knowledgeable of and adhere to NCAA, conference and state rules and regulations. A demonstrated commitment to high academic standards for student-athletes and their ability to succeed both academically and athletically is essential. A demonstrated commitment to building a positive team culture, and commitment to personal and professional development of student-athletes. Needs to have the ability to work collaboratively within the structure and framework of an Athletics Department and University. Master's degree and two years of first assistant coaching experience at the NCAA Division I-level and national and international student-athlete recruiting experience preferred.
A Criminal Background Investigation is required for the hired candidate and the results may impact employment.
Salary and Benefits Competitive salary and full University benefits that include 22 days of annual leave, up to 14 holidays, personal and sick days; excellent health, life, and retirement plans; and tuition remission. To learn more about our benefits, click here.
This position will be open for a minimum of 14 days. Cover letter and resume are requested, but not required.
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