Dallas Baptist University Head Men's Lacrosse Coach
Dallas Baptist University (Dallas, TX) Men's Head Coach. Available: ASAP. Dallas Baptist University, an NCAA Division II institution and member of the Heartland Conference, seeks qualified applicants for a head men’s lacrosse coach. The individual will be responsible for the operation of the men’s club lacrosse program under the direction of the athletic director. The successful candidate will be an active member of an evangelical Christian church and have a sincere commitment to using sports as a ministry to collegiate student-athletes.
Responsibilities include recruiting, managing the team, budget preparation and management, scheduling, fund raising, equipment control, game/practice management, mentoring players and other duties normally associated with being the head coach of an intercollegiate club program. Additional expectations of this position include game administration duties, some departmental and campus committee work/involvement, and other duties as assigned.
Candidates must demonstrate significant knowledge of lacrosse, proven success in coaching lacrosse, the ability to recruit, develop and motivate student-athletes, a strong commitment to the academic success of student-athletes, knowledge of and commitment to all aspects of the sport, conference, institutional rules and regulations, good communication skills, and strong leadership. A bachelor’s degree is preferred, a valid driver’s license, and previous collegiate men’s or select boys' team lacrosse coaching and recruiting experience.
This is a half-time position, but with an immediate start date in January 2014. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. Send cover letter, complete resume and four references with contact numbers electronically. Appointment: Part-Time
Contact for application and information: Tyler Knox, Associate Director of Athletics, 3000 Mountain Creek Pkwy, Dallas, TX 75211. Phone: (214) 333-5349 Fax: (214) 333-5306 E-mail: email@example.com
Posted on Tue, December 10, 2013
by Josh Hoffman