The Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach is responsible for assisting the Head Men’s Soccer Coach with the management and administration of all activities related to the sport. As a member of the Jewell Community, the Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach is fully responsible for compliance with all College policies and procedures in addition to all applicable bylaws of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC). At William Jewell College, Intercollegiate Athletics are a meaningful part of a student’s educational experience and valued as a co-curricular activity.
Duties and Responsibilities
•Conduct the sport program in strict compliance with applicable NCAA and GLVC bylaws. •Fully comply with all established College policies and procedures •Promote academic excellence and graduation by monitoring academic progress, study tables, academic meetings, and class attendance. •Attend all practices and games under the direction of the Head Coach. •Assist Head Coach with the organization and administration practice sessions and other related training activities. •Assist with the recruitment of prospective student-athletes in coordination with the Head Coach and the Office of Admission. •Comply with all administrative staff on reports and forms as requested. •Participate in community engagement, community service, and fund-raising activities •Assist with planning and promoting camps, clinics, and/or lessons. •Work collaboratively with the Office of Advancement to cultivate relationships with alumni and other friends/supporters of the College. •Drive vans to transport student-athletes when appropriate •Assist with game-day administration for winter and spring home athletics contests. •Other related duties as assigned
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
•Progressive experience as a coach in the sport; with collegiate experience preferred •Bachelor’s degree in physical education or related field with a demonstrated commitment to excellence in area of study. •Familiarity with appropriate athletic governing organization rules and regulations (NCAA, GLVC) •Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills •An understanding of the unique opportunities and challenges in the environment of private higher education •Have, or be willing to obtain, a Missouri Class E driver’s license or equivalent.
•Ability to work in varying temperatures. •Ability to lift 50 pounds. •Evening and weekend work required, out of town travel required.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees in this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications of employees assigned to this job.
Candidates must submit the following documents using link in posting
Letter of application
Please note: Incomplete submissions will not be considered.
Applicants who need accommodation for the application or interview process, please make such accommodation request in advance to the Office of Human Resources: William Jewell College Office of Human Resources 500 College Hill Box 1017 Liberty, MO 64068 (816) 415-6904
Availability Review of applications will begin immediately, opened until filled.
All final candidates must successfully pass a criminal background check prior to beginning employment.
Our Mission: We educate our community to ask reflective questions, apply critical thought, and act with purpose.
William Jewell College is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, genetic information, disability, or veteran status.
About William Jewell College
William Jewell College is located in Liberty, MO, and has approximately 900 full time students. At William Jewell, we are The Critical Thinking College. We educate our community to ask reflective questions, apply critical thought and act with purpose. The College has a long tradition of quality and success in intercollegiate athletics and sponsors 20 intercollegiate sports programs. The College is a member of Division II of the NCAA and competes in the Great Lakes Valley Conference.