The purpose of the Assistant Track and Field Coach job is to ensure University assets are protected through adherence to applicable external and internal regulations and appropriate external representation of ULM Athletics.
Duties and Responsibilities: Assist the Head Coach in the teaching, organization, management, and administration of a NCAA Division I Track and Field program 60% - Teaching proper fundamentals and techniques to individuals and groups of student-athletes on a daily basis including specific skill work on the track as well as classroom instruction 30% - Assisting in recruiting student-athletes that meet the academic, social, and athletic standards at the University of Louisiana Monroe. This includes practice management and assisting in monitoring academic progress of student-athletes within the track and field program. 10% - Additional responsibilities include assisting with coordination of track and field showcase events, athletic department fundraising objectives, and increasing community support through positive public relations initiatives. Have and maintain a thorough knowledge and commitment to compliance with all NCAA and Sun Belt Conference rules and regulations Perform other duties as assigned by the Head Coach.
Strength and conditioning certification is preferred
Strong oral and written communication skills
Knowledge of communication and marketing best practices
Organizational skills and ability to handle multiple tasks and details effectively
Ability to effectively interact with a wide variety of constituencies
Must maintain a thorough knowledge of NCAA, Sun Belt, and ULM rules and regulations
Ability to meet established deadlines
Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
Demonstrated commitment to inclusion, community, diversity, and gender equity.
Must demonstrate an appreciation of university culture and tradition.
About University of Louisiana at Monroe
We are committed to improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the Human Resource Department at every level, while supporting the principles, values, vision, and mission of the University of Louisiana at Monroe through its most valuable resource - PEOPLE. We do this by providing our services to the University community through the application of honest and ethical judgments when developing and administering University policies and procedures. The Department will strive to treat each member of the University community with dignity and respect while using discretion in decisions which impact the University. Additionally, the Human Resources Department will support the mission by improving services, benefits, training and development programs available to the staff and faculty.
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