Assistant Women's Soccer Coach
Assist the head coach in all phases of the specified sport program including, but not limited to, recruiting qualified student-athletes, organization and design of practice and competition, scheduling, travel arrangements, budget management, supervision of academic progress, alumni development, fundraising and any other duties as assigned, and compliance with University, Conference, and NCAA rules.
- Assist and communicate with the head coach to plan, develop and promote a highly competitive NCAA Division I program.
- Assist the head coach in organizing and implementing practice and training procedures for the development and improvement of individuals and team skills.
- Successfully identify, select and recruit prospective student-athletes who display the athletic and academic talents and ability to successfully compete in the MAC and BGSU. Display knowledge and adhere to all rules and regulations, pertaining to the sport as established by the NCAA, MAC, and the University.
- Complete and report in a timely fashion, all Department, University, and Conference administrative information, as well as academic, recruiting and financial information.
- Monitor budget expenditures to assure fiscal responsibility.
- Assist in the development and implementation of fundraising activities. Assist with the planning and execution of camps and clinics
- Attend required department meetings.
Bachelor’s degree required. Degree must be conferred at the time of application
- 1-year soccer coaching experience at the Division I, II, III, NAIA, Junior College or High School level and/or club soccer coaching (2 years of graduate assistantship experience equals 1 year of professional experience).
Required Licenses or Certifications
- Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license and comply with the university’s vehicle use policy.
- Pass the NCAA recruiting test annually required
- USSF (United States Soccer Federation) ‘C’ License, or equivalent
- National Soccer Coaches Association of America National Diploma/Advanced or National Diploma
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Oral communication skills Written communication skills
- General budgeting and accounting skills
- Computer skills, ability to use email and internet functions Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations
- Ability to handle administrative paperwork Ability to work under stressful conditions
- Ability to make quick and smart decisions
- Ability to relate to individuals from diverse backgrounds
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