Institution: Minot State University
Location: Minot, N.D.
Minot State University is now accepting applications for a Graduate Assistant Track and Field Coach beginning in August 2020. The position will assist the Head Coach with all aspects of the program.
Experience coaching sprinters and/or jumps or multi-events at the high school or collegiate level is preferred. A Bachelor’s Degree is required. Compensation will be a stipend and tuition waiver. The successful candidate must be accepted and enrolled into a graduate program at Minot State. Send cover letter, resume and three references to Mark Del Monaco at firstname.lastname@example.org
ESSENTIAL DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE (but are not limited to):
• Will completely oversee and be in charge of the sprints/jumps/multis group. Candidate will be instrumental in setting up practice and meet plans for student-athletes.
• Know NCAA Division II rules and regulations to ensure compliance with departmental, university, conference and national policies. Will be required to be certified to recruit at the NCAA Division II level
• Recruit and Retain student-athletes in accordance with university, department, and conference requirements and policies
• Promote unity within the athletic department by working in corporation together and by supporting all university personnel
• Assist in fundraising efforts of the team
• Oversee and monitor academic progress of student-athletes. Ensure academic success, focusing on classroom achievement and graduation requirements
• Develop teamwork, morale, sportsmanship, courtesy, fair play, academic excellence and strict adherence to rules of training and conduct
• Other duties as assigned by Head Coach or Athletic Department
About Minot State University
Minot State University is a NCAA Division II institution that competes in the Northern Sun Conference. Located in north central North Dakota, Minot State University is a place where east meets west. Nestled on the northern edge of the Mouse River Valley, the campus stands at the heart of the “Magic City.” The city of Minot – nicknamed the “Magic City” for its phenomenal growth during the early 1900s – is a regional center for commerce, culture, healthcare, agribusiness and industry. Minot is home to Minot Air Force Base and is a key service provider in the burgeoning Bakken oil play that’s made North Dakota’s economy one of the strongest in the United States. Vision 2013 is the map that navigates the success of MSU. Offering more than 60 undergraduate majors and several graduate degrees, we’ve positioned ourselves to meet growth in fields such as criminal justice, education, management, nursing, social work, the sciences, energy economics and finance and management information systems. Graduates from our master’s program in speech-language pathology are highly sought after. We provide students an exceptional education at one of the most affordable prices in the nation. We are committed to individual student success: with a student-teacher ratio of 14:1, class sizes are optimal for hands on learning. We encourage student involvement in research; we emphasize campus and community engagement; and our strong athletic programs participate in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference in the NCAA Division II. MSU is an international campus, with students from 28 countries – many from Canada. Most U.S. students hail from North Dakota, Montana and Minnesota. Nearly all 50 states and several Native American tribes are represented in our student body and on our faculty. In return, we have a strong study abroad program allowing MSU students to study nearly anywhere in the world. Minot State University: A place to have the experience of a lifetime.
NCAA Division II
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