Head Men's Soccer Coach

Employer
Presentation College
Location
Aberdeen, Aberdeen, SD, US

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Administrative Jobs
Institutional & Business Affairs, Athletics
Employment Type
Full Time
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Job Details

General Purpose

The Head Men’s Soccer Coach will manage all aspects of the Presentation College Men’s Soccer Program in accordance with all rules of the NAIA and Great Plains Athletic Conference. The Head Coach must demonstrate: 1) effective leadership and detailed knowledge of the game; 2) an outstanding ability to recruit both domestic and international student-athletes; 3) a capability to fundraise and help augment the budget; 4) a relentless pursuit of excellence athletically, academically, and in the community.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities

Academics
  1. Monitoring of student-athletes’ academic performance and athletic eligibility.
  2. Overseeing academic credit for Intercollegiate Athletics.
  3. Acquiring knowledge of national association and conference policies and eligibility standards, with demonstrated commitment to adhering to policies/standards.
Athletics
  1. Coaching on-field/on-court/on-course to include practices and games/matches/meets.
  2. Develops core values for the program and incorporates these core values into all aspects of the program.
  3. Is responsible for meeting enrollment goals for the program as established annually by the athletic director.
  4. Is responsible for operating the program within the budget established by the college.
  5. Is responsible for knowing and complying with all rules and regulations of the NAIA and the Great Plains Athletic Conference.
  6. Is responsible for developing a competitive team that consistently finishes in the upper half of peer institutions.
  7. Supervising any assistant coaches and work-study students assigned to the team.
  8. Scheduling and planning of practices and training programs.
  9. Coordinating team travel for programs under the position’s direction/responsibility, to include vehicles, motels, and meals, in conjunction with Athletic Director.
  10. Coordinating events management for home games/matches/meets.
  11. Coordinating public service and volunteer opportunities for student-athletes and athletic staff
  12. Budgeting for all programs under position’s direction/responsibility.
  13. Violation of National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) or Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) is prohibited and may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment.
Media Relations
  1. Maintaining appropriate and positive professional media relations.
  2. Assisting in securing advertising and sponsorships in accordance with College policy.
  3. Assisting with media guide(s).
  4. Maintaining current information on College web site for programs under the position’s direction/responsibility, in conjunction with the Sports Information Director. 
Recruiting
  1. Recruiting students to meet enrollment goals as determined annually by administration.
  2. Other recruiting duties as directed by Athletic Director.

Institutional Support

  1. Assuming other duties as assigned by the College and/or Athletic Director including game management.

Education and Training

 

Valid South Dakota driver’s license and driving record acceptable to the college’s automobile insurance provider is required. The department invites applications from candidates with a Bachelor’s degree; Master’s degree preferred.

Knowledge and Experience

 

Prior Soccer coaching experience required, preferably at the collegiate level.

Core Competencies

 

Integrity and respect; excellent interpersonal and organizational skills; leadership skills with ability to work effectively with all constituents.

Working Conditions

 

  • Normal temperature working environment. 
  • Moderate to little amount of noise in the work environment. 
  • Friendly, teamwork type of work environment. 
  • Normal amount of overtime and extended work hours required.
  • College Mission, Vision & Values

     

    As part of the Presentation College Learning Community, you will be expected to play a role in supporting the legacy of the Presentation Sisters, promoting the Mission, living the Core Values, and furthering the Vision of the College.

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    Learning… For a Better World

    Using knowledge to improve lives and make our communities a better place is the very heart of what we do at Presentation College. Here, service learning isn’t an add-on or an afterthought. It’s the very foundation of who we are and what our education stands for.

    Because, quite simply, that’s what the world needs.

     

    Our Catholic Tradition

    Our deep Catholic roots guide us in the way we approach learning and living. A core mission of our founders is a sincere commitment to social justice and human dignity, and that commitment is brought to life every day through our efforts to help individuals, families, and communities in need.

     

    Our Service Curriculum

    In order to fulfill graduation requirements, students complete at least two service learning projects. You’ll have the flexibility to choose from a broad range of service learning programs and opportunities, and you’ll enhance the experience through reflections and journaling.

     

    Our Boundless Enthusiasm

    From building homes through Habitat for Humanity, to “Shop with the Saints” for families in need, to packing lunches at the local food bank, to hosting community meals and health clinics, to countless other service activities, there’s no limit to our enthusiasm for service. That’s why 97 percent of students say they’re satisfied with service learning at Presentation.

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