Basic Function: Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting the Head Coach in all aspects of the NJCAA intercollegiate track and field programs.
Recruiting and retaining qualified students to help take the program forward, monitor their academic performance and hold study tables in order to help athletes progress successfully towards completion and graduation. Coaching and supervising the track and field teams during scheduled practices, games and other events linked to the track and field program. Maintaining responsibility for expense control and compliance with all program expenditures, staying with budget. Assist the program with all NJCAA rules and regulations. Assist in developing strategies to motivate maximum level of individual and team athletic performance required to build and maintain a competitive, high quality NJCAA program. Develop strategies to ensure a safe environment for the athletes. Promoting the athletic program both on-campus and off-campus and actively participating in and contributing professionally to the athletic department. Planning and conducting campus and other fundraising coordinated with the Head Coach. Fulfilling other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Head Coach or Athletic Director. Perform in a manner which strengthens the coordination and cooperation of all organizational components of the College, including opportunities for student recruitment. NIACC Core Principles: All employees are expected to adhere to all NIACC policies and procedures. NIACC administration, faculty and staff value a positive working environment and an environment of mutual respect, therefore, all employees are to maintain a positive attitude and respect for others when working with all NIACC departments, employees, partners, and the public. 9/2019
NIACC application form
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BA degree from an accredited college or university
Coaching experience or demonstrated ability to coach college
Ability to recruit and retain qualified student athletes
Effective oral and written communication skills
Effective computer skills
Effective human relations and ability to communicate with varying age groups
Ability to raise funds with the community
Experience competing or coaching college track and field
Thorough knowledge of NJCAA compliance
Sprints and jumps event knowledge/experience
About North Iowa Area Community College
North Iowa Area Community College (NIACC) is a nationally-ranked, two-year institution located in North Central Iowa that serves students of all ages and abilities. Starting in 1918 as Mason City Junior College, NIACC has the distinct privilege of being the oldest Iowa community college. In 2018, NIACC will be celebrating the College’s 100 year anniversary of providing an education to our students. Between 2012 and 2014, the College received four national rankings, including being ranked in the top 10 percent of all community colleges in the nation.
Located two hours south of Minneapolis, Minnesota and two hours north of Des Moines, Iowa, NIACC is big enough to provide many opportunities for students and small enough to give students the personal attention they need and deserve. We provide the four-year college experience at the two-year college price. The tuition at NIACC is generally about half the cost of the tuition at the state’s public universities, making the process of getting general education credits much more affordable for students and their families. We have transfer agreements with more than 40 four-year institutions, making it easy for NIACC graduates to transfer ...and continue their education.
The College sits on a 500-acre countryside campus that consists of modern facilities including the Student Activity Center, Recreation Center, Muse-Norris Conference Center and Murphy Manufacturing Technology Center, as well as lakeside student apartments. New student housing for approximately 400 students provides a state-of the-art facility.
The College also operates Community Education Centers in Charles City, Garner, Hampton, Lake Mills and Osage.
With a staff of approximately 300, the College currently offers nearly 40 one- and two-year career programs, the first two years toward a bachelor’s degree in most fields and an array of continuing education opportunities for professional and personal growth.
On average, the College serves more than 3,700 degree students each year and thousands more through non-credit programs.