The Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach reports directly to the head coach. Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to, working with the head coach in directing all phases of a NCAA Division II program, organizing and supervising all practices and games, recruiting, sport-specific training and skill instruction. Responsibilities also include other duties as assigned by the head coach, such as oversight of a specific position group, team travel coordination and academic support services. Works proactively and collaboratively with Residence Life to schedule responsibilities during championship and non-championship seasons. Responsibilities surrounding practices and competition will be prioritized during championship lacrosse season (January – June).
The Residence Life Coordinator (RLC), formerly known as a Residence Hall Director, hires, trains, and supervises Resident Assistants, and hourly hall staff; oversees occupancy, key tracking, and hall equipment for designated buildings; provides on-call emergency assistance during non-championship lacrosse season (July – December).; develops and oversees educational programs for residence hall students; serves as a student conduct officer for incidents not involving student-athletes for their sport; and assists with recruitment and enrollment events. The RLC is expected to live in campus housing. This is a part-time, year round RLC position. The combination RLC/Assistant Coach position works collaboratively with another combination position to provide full-time oversight for the assigned buildings. The Residence Life Coordinator reports to the Director of Housing and Residence Life
Bachelor’s degree and collegiate coaching experience.
About Missouri Western State University
Missouri Western State University is a public, state-supported institution providing career-oriented certificate, associate, baccalaureate and master’s degree programs. Missouri Western is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and is an AQIP Participant. Western continues to honor its tradition of open access, serving both traditional and non-traditional students. Founded in 1915, Missouri Western has grown to an enrollment of more than 5,000 students, served by more than 200 faculty members. A beautifully landscaped campus complements contemporary institutional and recreational facilities. The campus consists of 14 major buildings and a student-housing complex located on 744 acres.