Graduate Assistant Coach, Men’s and Women’s Track & Field and Cross Country – Saint Francis University

Institution: Saint Francis University

Location: Loretto, Pa.

Salary:


Job Description

Saint Francis University, a member of the NCAA Division I competing in the Northeast Conference, invites applications for a Graduate Assistant Coach, Men’s and Women’s Track & Field. This is a Part Time position in the Department of Athletics. The Assistant Coach is directly responsible to the Head Coach of Men’s and Women’s Track & Field and Cross Country to assist with the organization and direction of a Division I program.

The candidates must have a commitment to adhering to all rules and regulations of Saint Francis University, the Northeast Conference, and the NCAA. In addition, the candidates must understand and actively support the mission of the Department of Athletics and Saint Francis University.

Bachelor’s degree required. Competitive or coaching experience in the sport of track and field and/or cross country is required. Specific expertise in the distance / cross country events or pole vault is preferred. Applicants with experience in other jumping events will also be considered.

The successful candidate must be accepted into a full-time graduate studies program at Saint Francis University. This is a two-year commitment, as the compensation is tuition remission, plus a stipend.

Job Categories

NCAA Division I, Part-Time, Graduate Assistant, Cross Country, Track and Field, Vertical Jumps, Distance


How to Apply

Other Instructions
Application material received by June 8, 2022 will receive primary consideration.

Review of applications will start immediately. August 1, 2022 start date preferred.

Apply online at https://www.francis.edu/employment, then submit a letter of application, resume, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to: positions@francis.edu

Saint Francis University is committed to diversity of students, staff, and faculty; and encourage applications from historically underrepresented individuals, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities. AA/EOE

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