Under the direction of the Head Coach, you will help run the inter-collegiate Field Hockey program at Harvard. You will: • Help instruct and develop student athletes; • Assist in making strategic decisions in contest situations; • Assist in developing and implementing the overall recruiting strategy; • Handle administrative responsibilities associated with the program operations, including recruiting logistics and planning, team travel details, and equipment ordering. • Assist in fundraising efforts and running special events.
Ideally, you have: • A Bachelor’s degree; • At least 4 years’ experience coaching or playing collegiate field hockey; • Outstanding technical, tactical and strategic knowledge of field hockey; • Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills with a variety of people; • Strong skills with Microsoft Word and Excel; • Basic video filming, editing and analytical ability; and • A demonstrated passion for collegiate athletics.
The ideal candidate has a demonstrated track record of success and be able to respect and comply with guidelines set forth by Harvard, the Ivy League, and the NCAA.
Harvard is all about excellence - both on and off the playing field. We offer 42 varsity programs for men and women, more than any other Division I school in the U.S. The Athletics Department has team spirit and fun activities. Full-time Harvard employees have access to a wide range of educational offerings, including world-class museums, tuition assistance, and hundreds of web-based programs. ... Our benefits package is superior and provides you with multiple options for your health and well-being. When you're not working, you'll enjoy Cambridge, a multi-cultural city with exceptional diversity, and Boston, which is the undisputed hub of college and university life.
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