Bethel University

  • Athletics Graduate Assistant Coach - Men's Soccer

    Posted Date 1 month ago(6/18/2018 9:57 AM)
    ID
    2018-1221
    Position Number
    PROJCT
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Athletic Department
    Type
    Project
    FLSA Status
    Exempt
    Months per year
    12
  • Job Summary

    The Department of Athletics is seeking to fill one graduate assistant coach position to assist the head men's soccer coach in all facets of our NCAA Division III athletic program. There is a potential for some shared duties with the women's soccer program as agreed-upon by the two head coaches

    Responsibilities

    • Recruitment of quality student-athletes for designated athletic sport program
    • Organization and planning of practices, game preparation, administrative duties, scouting of opponents and travel
    • Individual is responsible for the overall physical and spiritual development of student athletes
    • Individual is expected to fully comply with NCAA and MIAC rules and regulations

    Required Skills

    • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in designated sport program
    • Demonstrated ability to work alongside students in a cooperative and collaborative style
    • Proven leadership and communication skills

    Required Experience

    Requires experience playing at the high school level; preferred experience playing at college level and have coaching experience

    Required Education

    Bachelor’s degree required

    Additional Information

    This is a part-time, two-year position beginning fall 2018. Candidates must be able to gain acceptance into a Bethel University graduate program on the Saint Paul Campus (Seminary Programs, Graduate School masters or doctoral programs). Selected candidates will receive a stipend, paid in monthly installments, 100% tuition reduction, and enrollment in Bethel University's health insurance single coverage.

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