Assistant Coach Women's Soccer
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Assistant Coach Women's Soccer
Under the direction of the Head Soccer Coach, the Assistant Coach
should have a working knowledge of all Southern Conference and NCAA
policies, rules, and regulations and adhere to these policies as
they pertain to the job.
1. Assists the Head Coach and adheres to all Southern Conference
and NCAA rules and regulations regarding recruiting by:
- Traveling to tournaments, games and clinics to evaluate
- Evaluating game film.
- Writing and telephoning all recruits.
2. Teaches areas of expertise to respective athletes with an
emphasis on Goalkeeping specific training.
3. Assists with organizing and conducting all practices by:
- Conducting and/or supervising the warm-up, conditioning, and
cool-down phases of practice.
- Talking with trainers before each practice to check on the
status of injured players.
- Scheduling individual practice sessions for players with
- Scheduling video review sessions with players as
4. Coordinates the video exchange program.
5. Assists with off-season player development by organizing
conditioning and weight-training program in consultation with the
trainers and weight coaches.
6. Performs any other duties as may be assigned by
Continuous contact with team players to influence, motivate or
persuade parties to obtain desired results.
Daily contact with members of own work unit, immediate supervisor,
members of other department, and other coaches to plan, coordinate,
problem solve, present information, and make suggestions related to
Responsibility for Final Decisions
Tasks involve multiple procedures with interrelated processes or
steps. Work involves choosing the appropriate option or procedure
to follow and applying established rules and procedures.
Errors are readily detected in the normal course of work by
standard check or crosscheck.
: Head Women's Soccer Coach.
Work is performed independently or routine work, non-routine issues
or questions are referred to the supervisor.
Bachelors Degree with 1 - 2 years experience in related field
Goalkeeper training experience
Excellent communication and organizational skills
Extensive knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations
Work is performed under usual office or athletic facility
conditions requiring basic safety precautions.
Job Posting End Date (if date is blank, posting is open
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Furman is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to increasing
the diversity of its faculty and staff. The University aspires to
create a community of people representing a multiplicity of
identities including gender, race, religion, spiritual belief,
sexual orientation, geographic origin, socioeconomic background,
ideology, world view, and varied abilities. Domestic partners of
employees are eligible for comprehensive benefits.
- Frequent evening and weekend work
- Frequent travel
- Daily exposure to varied weather conditions
- Daily reaching and handling
- Daily stooping and kneeling
- Daily pushing and pulling
- Daily lifting and carrying
- Daily climbing and balancing