Applications are invited for the part-time Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach position at Marywood University. The primary responsibilities include: assisting the head coach with recruiting, scheduling and related administrative duties involved with the men’s basketball program.
How to Apply
Review of applications will immediately for the 2013-14 academic year. A Marywood application, a resume and the names and complete addresses of three current professional references should be submitted to: Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Search , Marywood University, 2300 Adams Avenue, Scranton, PA 18509-1598 or email to: email@example.com. For additional information, go to: www.marywood.edu/athletics.
The successful applicant will have: a minimum of a bachelor’s degree and 2-3years experience as a men’s basketball coach, preferably at the Division III college/university level; general knowledge of intercollegiate athletics, NCAA policies and compliance issues; strong interpersonal, planning and organizational abilities; and, excellent oral and written communications skills. Competence with technology resources and a current driver’s license are vital to fulfilling the responsibilities of this position.
- Essential Elements:
Marywood is an independent, comprehensive, Catholic university with more than 3500 students. Located in a residential area of Scranton, PA with easy access to the Pocono Mountains, the University features a new ‘state-of-the-art’ athletics and wellness facility and is within a two-hour drive of New York City and Philadelphia and about three hours away from many of the strongest high school and junior college lacrosse programs on the East Coast. Affordable housing in attractive communities with good schools is readily available. The University enrolls approximately 1900 students in more than fifty-five undergraduate programs and approximately 1,300 graduate students in 33 masters degree, as well as terminal degree programs, including a Psy. D., Ed. S., M.F.A. and an inter-disciplinary Ph.D. with five specializations.