Assistant Men's and Women's Track and Field Coach,
Job Title:Assistant Men's and Women's Track and Field
100 N East Ave
Waukesha, WI, 53186
Employee Type:Part-Time Coach
Job Category:Athletics, Staff
Understand and comply with all rules and guidelines set forth
by the NCAA Division III, Carroll University, CCIW (College
Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin), and Carroll University
Understand and comply with the NCAA and Carroll University
philosophy and mission.
Act as a professional and positive representative of the
Carroll University Educational Experience.
Serve as a teacher, counselor, and role model so that student
athletes will improve upon their physical, intellectual, and social
Maximize the physical talent of the team through quality
teaching and coaching, and the promotion of teamwork.
Assist the Head Coach in planning, organizing and administering
all practice sessions.
Assist in recruitment of student athletes while working through
the Head Coach with the Office of Admission to maximize
Retain student athletes at Carroll University and within the
Assist in maintaining, managing and updating equipment
Teach the skills and strategies necessary for the
student-athletes' success in this sport.
Assist with the management and maintenance of all game and
practice facilities used by the team.
Assist in the teaching and coaching of a sub-varsity team.
Participate in team and departmental camps/clinics, community
service projects, fundraising activities, and alumni events
Perform other duties as assigned.
Education and/or Experience:
High school diploma/GED required
Bachelor's degree (preferred)
Expertise in the sport on intercollegiate level (desired)
Previous playing or coaching experience (desired)
Teaching, and/or other certifications required for this
position, and/or previous teaching experience
Human Relations Skills:
Ability to function effectively as a team player
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Sensitivity to the needs of student-athletes and an
understanding of their overall educational goals as well as the
academic mission of the University
Positive attitude towards the University and its
intercollegiate programs is essential
Ability to conduct self in a productive, professional manner at
Candidates must be willing and able to support and advance the
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