Muskingum University invites applications in the department of intercollegiate athletics for the full time position of Head Men’s Soccer Coach. Muskingum University is a Division III member of the NCAA and a member of the Ohio Athletic Conference.
The successful candidate is responsible for the development, leadership and administration of the men’s soccer program. Responsibilities will include the recruitment and retention of student-athletes, scheduling, purchasing of equipment, inventories, making all travel and lodging arrangements, monitoring and nurturing student-athlete’s academic and personal progress, and organization of the total program.
The position reports directly to the Vice President and Director of Athletics and will include a secondary assignment dependent upon the successful candidate’s credentials and expertise. Possible assignments would be athletic administration, teaching within the Health and Physical Education Department, game management, coaching, etc.
Please send a cover letter, resume, and a list of references to: Steve Brockelbank, Vice President and Director of Athletics; Muskingum University; Anne C. Steele Center, New Concord, Ohio 43762. All three can be faxed to 740-826-8300 or emailed to email@example.com.
This is a 12-month position. Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Muskingum University is an equal opportunity employer.
Qualifications: A Bachelor’s Degree is required; a Master’s Degree preferred.
Candidates should possess a strong commitment to motivate, counsel, recruit, and to build a soccer program within the guidelines of Muskingum University, the NCAA, and the Ohio Athletic Conference.
About Muskingum University
Muskingum University, founded in 1837, is located on a scenic 225 acre campus in east central Ohio approximately 70 miles from Columbus in the village of New Concord. Muskingum is a comprehensive University in the liberal arts tradition and offers 47 undergraduate majors, master of arts in education and master of arts in teaching degrees, and a master's degree in information strategies, systems and technology. The combined undergraduate, adult and graduate enrollment is approximately 2,200. Muskingum University is an equal opportunity employer.