Los Angeles Mission College seeks a part-time, adjunct Head Men's Soccer Coach to manage the soccer program and teach fall, spring, and intersession Kinesiology-Athletic Soccer classes. Los Angeles Mission College is a member of the Western State Conference (WSC) and the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA). The successful candidate will report to the Director of Athletics and will be responsible for all aspects of planning, managing, and directing a successful community college soccer program; including coaching, preparing and running practice, meet preparation, recruiting, matriculation, placement, developing positive player?coach relationships, budget management, team travel, public relations, fundraising, promotions, scheduling, rule compliance and other duties as assigned. This position is paid as follows; 10-standard teaching hours paid at the contractual hourly rate during the season of competition, plus a $14,500 stipend for out-of-class activities and two 3-standard hour off-season conditioning classes paid at the contractual hourly rate (range $87.46-$110.05 per class hour). Range: $42,487.20-$49,716 *** Head coaches are eligible for a non-classroom hourly assignment during the year if funding is approved (This is not calculated into the above amount). *** The position is for the 2021?22 season but will require the candidate to begin student recruitment and training in the Summer of 2021. The job is a part?time adjunct coaching assignment in the Athletic Department, and continuation of the assignment is contingent upon funding and professional performance. Duties and Responsibilities:
The successful candidate will be culturally responsive in interactions with students, faculty, staff, and community members who span diverse languages, nationalities and ethnicities, socio-economic levels, ages, identities, abilities, and educational experiences.
Recruitment of players- scout, identify and recommend student-athletes in such a manner that encourages diversity while maintaining a competitive team.
Instructional- standard instructional responsibilities for classes in the Athletics Department: classroom instruction, development and assess student learning outcomes, class roster management and timely submission of grades, and other duties as an instructor.
Academic success of student-athletes – monitor the academic progress of student-athletes and assist in ensuring academic success.
Rules compliance – manages the men's soccer program in full compliance with CCCAA, LACCD Board rules and administrative regulations, and the Athletics Department policies and procedures.
Athletic Operations- scheduling contests, plan and supervise practices, games, and travel, assist in hiring assistant coaches.
Community and college involvement – perform public relations functions positively promoting athletes to the media, alumni, and community. Work collaboratively with college administration to cultivate and encourage donor relations to ensure the fundraising efforts are successful. Maintain positive relationships with all feeder programs.
Fiscal management- conduct fundraising activities for the men's soccer program as needed in collaboration with the Athletic Department.
Attend department meetings.
Other athletic related activities as assigned by the Athletic Director.
Bachelor's degree and two years of full-time professional experience, which must be directly related to the teaching assignment; OR
Associate's degree and six years of full-time professional experience, which must be directly related to the teaching assignment;
A sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of district faculty, staff, and students.
Degrees in Education, Physical Education, Exercise Sciences, or Kinesiology are encouraged but not required.
Experience with the student success programs in a community college setting;
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing;
US Soccer National "C" coaching license or higher, or a "C" UEFA Diploma or higher;
Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community;
Ability to understand, follows, and enforces safety procedures;
Knowledge and understanding of all aspects of the specified sports program;
Knowledge of athletic recruitment methods and techniques;
Skill in budget preparation and fiscal management;
Ability to lead and guide student-athletes in area of specialty;
Knowledge of CCCAA and guidelines governing the recruitment and retention of student-athletes;
Ability to foster a cooperative work environment;
Ability to make administrative/procedural decisions and judgments;
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Additional Salary Information: This position is paid as follows; 10-standard teaching hours paid at the contractual hourly rate during the season of competition, plus a $14,500 stipend for out-of-class activities and two 3-standard hour off-season conditioning classes paid at the contractual hourly rate (range $87.46-$110.05 per class hour). Range: $42,487.20-$49,716
*** Head coaches are eligible for a non-classroom hourly assignment during the year if funding is approved (This is not calculated into the above amount). ***
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About Los Angeles Mission College
Los Angeles Mission College serves the educational needs of our neighbors in the San Fernando Valley. Throughout our 30-year history, community support and involvement has been one of Mission College's most valued resources. We invite you to be part of Mission College!
We're located in Sylmar and have strong, historical ties to our neighboring communities of San Fernando, Pacoima, Mission Hills, North Hills, Panorama City and Granada Hills. In recent years, our enrollment base has expanded to include many of the communities throughout the greater San Fernando Valley, as well as Canyon Country and Santa Clarita.
Los Angeles Mission College is regionally accredited by the Western Association of States and Colleges (WASC), through the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC). The Commission has authorized Los Angeles Mission College to offer Associate Degrees and Certificates. This means that courses completed at this college, which are university level can be applied to programs at any other college or university in the United States.