St. Andrews University, an NAIA institution, is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Head Women’s Soccer Coach. St. Andrews is a member of the Appalachian Athletics Conference and is located in the Sandhills region of North Carolina. The position reports to the Director of Athletics and is a full-time 10 month position.
Duties include, but are not limited to: coaching and player development, recruitment of student athletes, process of travel, scheduling, program budget, student athlete eligibility and academic progress, fundraising, game management and other duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics. The candidate should possess knowledge of NAIA and soccer rules, standards, and regulations and dedication to ongoing education.
The position is also responsible for developing effective and positive communication with the students, faculty, alumni, and community.
Bachelor's Degree required, master's preferred. Proven successful soccer coaching experience at the high school and/or collegiate level.
Send letter of application, resume and contact information for three references to: Elizabeth Burris, firstname.lastname@example.org, Director of Athletics. Review will begin immediately and the position will remain open until filled. Please no phone calls. St. Andrews is an EEO/AA employer.
About St. Andrews University
St. Andrews University is a four-year liberal arts and sciences college situated on 600 acres around a 70-acre lake in the Sandhills region of North Carolina. Long known for its innovation and academic excellence, the college boasts an unparalleled interdisciplinary curriculum, a study abroad program on three continents, a multidisciplinary science lab the size of an indoor arena, the first undergraduate college press in the country, the first four-year degree in therapeutic horsemanship and equine business management, and an award-winning bagpipe band. Students enrolled at St. Andrews come from 42 states and eleven countries. SAU sponsors 23 NAIA intercollegiate athletics programs that compete in the Appalachian Athletics Conference.