To assist the head coach in the administration and operation of the Women's Soccer program, consistent with the policies of Miami University, the National Collegiate Athletic Association, and other appropriate governing bodies, i.e., Mid-American Conference.
This position specifically supports the mission of the University and the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics by assisting in institutional compliance with NCAA and Conference rules and regulations.
• Participate in the administration of the program by: • Assisting in all aspects of recruitment of prospective student/athletes for the program; specifically by evaluating talent at tournaments and high schools, creating correspondence, managing files, evaluating film, assisting during campus visits, and developing contacts for the program • Assisting in practice and game preparation, including but not limited to training goalkeepers • Coordinate team travel • Uploading and breaking down of team and individual film • Assisting in heart rate monitor technology • Ordering and distributing Nutrition • Office management, equipment management • Scheduling, organization and administration of camps and clinics • Assisting the head coach in conducting the program in accordance with all NCAA rules, including attendance at compliance meetings, appropriate record keeping for recruiting and competition/practice seasons, successfully completing the annual NCAA certification test, and assistant in the education of student/athletes about NCAA rules • Participating in department activities, including service on committees and attendance at all scheduled meetings • Participating in other duties assigned by the head coach and athletic administration.
1. Bachelor's degree 2. Experience playing or coaching soccer at the high school level or above
1. Collegiate coaching experience and/or playing experience and the ability to train goalkeepers
About Miami University
Affiliation: Public university of OhioPhilosophy: Miami is a residential university with a focus on teaching undergraduates. A liberal education core complements the more specialized studies of the majors.Established: 1809; named for the Miami Indian Tribe that inhabited the area now known as the Miami Valley Region of OhioLocations: Main campus in Oxford, Ohio (35 miles north of Cincinnati); regional locations in Hamilton, Middletown, and West Chester, Ohio; European Center in LuxembourgEnrollment: 14,872 undergraduates and 2,395 graduate students on the Oxford campus; 3,680 undergraduates on the Hamilton campus; 2,271 undergraduates on the Middletown campus; 205 graduate students at the Voice of America Learning Center (based on Fall 2010 enrollment)
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