Available Faculty & Staff Positions
July 9, 2021
Assistant Men's & Women's Track & Field (Sprints/Jumps/Hurdles) Coach and Housing Coordinator
About the Position
To be responsible for assisting the head coach in all aspects of college coaching including, but not limited to, recruiting, retaining members, overall in-season/off-season strategies/programs, and work with all aspects of coaching collegiate sprints/jumps/hurdles events.
Will also assist the Housing Director in the supervision and organization of the residence halls, and deal with and make decisions on discipline problems. The Housing Coordinator must reside in the residence halls.
Associate’s degree required, Bachelor’s preferred. College playing experience and coaching experience at the collegiate level in sprints/jumps/hurdles preferred. Must hold a current Class C Driver’s License with Passenger Endorsement or willingness to complete prior to athletic season.
$31,245-31,860 (room and board provided).
The application materials should be requested from and returned to email@example.com or phone 515-574-1130. Please include a resume and unofficial copy of transcripts. The interviewing process will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.
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