Part-Time 5-month position. Position is for July, August, September, October and November. Practice schedule in non-traditional season and competition season is determined by the head coach.
The Head Women’s Volleyball Coach is responsible for managing all aspects of the program at the University of Maine at Machias. This includes, but is not limited to: •Coaching and training women’s volleyball team for the duration of the playing season. The playing season is 19-weeks and includes the fall competitive season and spring non-traditional practice season. •Development of practice plan. •Recruiting and maintaining academically qualified and competitive student-athletes. •Develop and foster a culture of sportsmanship, unity, and community service. •Planning and arranging for travel to away contests: hotels, buses/vans, meals. •Maintain professional coaching environment. •Work with athletic department, administration, and community, to promote women’s volleyball program. •Creating and maintaining study hall plans. •Monitor team conduct and enforce UMM Student-Athlete code of conduct. •Emphasize and support academic success of team members. •Fundraising. •Perform other duties as assigned by the Associate Athletic Director and/or Athletic Director.
Valid Driver’s License
CPR, AED, and Standard First Aid Certification needs to be obtained within 3-months of hire
Previous High School and/or Club Level coaching experience – minimum 3 Years
Previous College Coaching Experience (minimum 1-year)
Prior College Recruiting Experience (minimum 1-year)
Additional Salary Information: $8,000 for season
Internal Number: 53403
About University of Maine at Machias
University of Maine at Machias:
The University of Maine at Machias, a member of the University of Maine System, sits on the Gulf of Maine, surrounded by rivers, forests, fishing villages, and blueberry barrens. This unspoiled portion of the Atlantic coast is known for its outdoor recreational opportunities and quality of life. As Maine’s Coastal University, faculty and students approach the liberal arts with a focus on coastal, environmental and community issues. The academic experience emphasizes learning both in the classroom and in experiential settings. UMM’s fifteen undergraduate degree programs serve approximately 700 students. The University’s applied research and public services contribute to the improvement of the quality of life and economic development in Downeast Maine. For more information about the University visit http://www.machias.edu