1st Assistant Men's Soccer Coach
We have the following opening in Lipscomb University Athletics Department:
Position: 1st Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach
Reports to: Head Men’s Soccer Coach
Primary Responsibility: Assist the Head Coach in the organization, administration, promotion, and execution of all aspects of the Lipscomb University Men’s Soccer program. Ensure that all activities are performed in compliance with the NCAA, Sun Conference, and Lipscomb University rules and regulations. This a full-time, 12 month position with competitive salary and benefits.
Education: Bachelor's degree required. Master’s degree preferred.
Experience: A minimum of two (2) years of successful collegiate coaching and recruiting experience is required. Candidates must also possess strong organizational, communication, interpersonal, and leadership skills, as well as a commitment to the academic, community-service oriented and spiritual mission of Lipscomb and a competitive Division 1 program. A thorough knowledge of NCAA Division I recruiting process is also required. Qualified candidates must be energetic, highly motivated and outgoing personality who is passionate about recruiting, signing, and developing college soccer student-athletes.
Availability: Accepting applications immediately
Our aim is to make the application process as convenient as possible for you. The online application is the preferred way you can apply for employment. If it better suits your needs, an application can be accessed in PDF format and submitted in person, via U.S. mail or by fax (615-966-7003).
Lipscomb University is associated with the fellowship of the Church of Christ and governed by religious tenets held by the institution. Primary consideration is given to staff applicants who are active, faithful members of a congregation of the Church of Christ. Lipscomb University complies with all applicable federal and state nondiscrimination laws and does not engage in prohibited discrimination on the basis of race, religion, sex, age, color, national or ethnic origin, or disability in the administration of its employment practices.