Athletics Positions – Part-Time
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Head Rugby Coach (Part-Time) – Req. #1903
Caldwell University invites applications for a part-time Head Rugby Coach to begin immediately. Reporting to the Assistant Vice President and Director, Athletics, the Head Coach is responsible for directing, supervising and overseeing all activities of the club team while communicating and integrating the mission of the University and the philosophy of the Athletics Department into the program. Job duties include, but are not limited to; Recruiting prospective student-athletes and evaluating individual and team performances. Conducting mid and end season reviews, and holding exit meetings with all athletes, working with an athletic administrator managing budget of the club sport, working with the Assistant Director of Student Welfare to actively monitor academic performance of student-athletes and facilitate remediation programs and completing all reports required. Collaborating with the Vice President/Director of Athletics or designee on any communication regarding the program.
Knowledge equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in a related field plus two to three years of effective experience in athletic coaching. Must possess certification in CPR and first aid. Must possess a valid driver’s license and be available to work evenings and weekends as needed. The successful candidate will be able to handle confidential/sensitive information, have excellent communication skills, be attentive to details, able to prioritize and build effective relationships across the institution. Candidates must be willing to support the Catholic Dominican mission of the university.