Assistant Cross Country and Track & Field Coach – Southwestern Community College

Institution: Southwestern Community College

Location: Creston, Iowa


Job Description

Graduate Assistant/Assistant Cross Country Coach

Responsibilities include assisting the head coach with recruiting, skills development, practices, games and other facets of the program. This position also has responsibilities in residential life that include assisting the director of residential life and housing coordinators in the general welfare of all students living in the dormitory.

Qualifications include previous high school or collegiate level coaching experience required. Possess the ability to deal in a superior fashion with the criteria established under the category “Duties/Responsibilities.” Must possess maturity and good character and the ability to relate well with college students. Good people and communication skills are a must along with the ability to resolve conflict. Some experience in college housing either as a student or employee is desirable.

Must be enrolled at all times in a graduate program at an accredited institution.

The graduate assistant will receive room, board, and a $7,000 stipend for graduate courses. The graduate assistant position is 1-year position with the option to renew for a 2nd year.

Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Interviews will begin upon receipt of qualified applicants.

Job Categories

NJCAA, Graduate Assistant, Cross Country, Track and Field, Assistant Coach

How to Apply

Other Instructions
How to apply for a position at Southwestern Community College:

Download and complete employment forms.
Send cover letter.
Send resume.
Copies of transcripts may also be requested. Please refer to the specific job opening for more information.
Application deadlines vary. Please refer to job details for more information.
Unsolicited applications will be retained for six months.

Submit the requested materials to the following:
To athletic directors Nick Weinmeister,, and Doug North,, as well as Director of Cross Country/Track & Field Scott Vicker,