WILLIAMS COLLEGE HEAD COACH Women's Ice Hockey Williams College invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor (three-year renewable appointment) of Physical Education and Head Coach of Women's Ice Hockey. The appointment will begin with the academic year 2011-2012. Responsibilities include coaching women's ice hockey, recruiting qualified student-athletes, budget administration, supervision of assistant coaches, assistant coaching in another sport, teaching Physical Education classes, and duties as assigned by the Chair. The department invites applications from candidates with a Bachelor's degree; Master's degree and previous college coaching experience preferred.
Application deadline is February 25, 2011. Applicants should submit a letter of application, resume, and the names of three references to: Lisa M. Melendy, Interim Chair Department of Physical Education, Athletics, and Recreation 22 Spring Street Williams College Williamstown, Massachusetts 01267 (413) 597-3511 (phone) (413) 597-4272 (fax) or electronically to: firstname.lastname@example.org Williams College is a coeducational liberal arts institution, offering undergraduate education to its 2,000 students. The College has built its reputation on a long tradition of outstanding teaching and scholarship and on the academic excellence of its students.
Among the opportunities that Williams offers its students and approximately 260 faculty members are interdisciplinary programs and centers, including the Multicultural Center, the Oakley Center for the Humanities and Social Sciences, and the Center for Environmental Studies as well as extensive library and museum collections, expanding theatre and dance facilities, a center for information technology, well-equipped laboratories, and a broad-based athletics program. See also Williams College website (http://www.williams.edu). Beyond meeting fully its legal obligations for non-discrimination, Williams College is committed to building a diverse and inclusive community where members from all backgrounds can live, learn, and thrive.