University of Notre Dame
Published
July 18, 2022
Location
C113 Joyce Center, Notre Dame, Indiana
Category
NCAA DI  
Job Type

Description

Notre Dame Athletics is committed to building a diverse workforce passionate about maximizing the student-athlete experience. Our pillars of Education; Excellence; Faith; Tradition; and Community guide us in the work we do each day. We are eager to attract, recruit, and retain individuals who positively contribute to a collaborative, inclusive working environment where all may thrive.

Building on the University’s Spirit of Inclusion, we are committed to the work needed to cultivate sustainable progress and change. As a prospective member of Notre Dame Athletics, we encourage you to apply if you embrace, embody, and demonstrate a commitment to the aforementioned values.

This position will be responsible for assisting the Director of Track & Field and Cross Country for the Notre Dame Track & Cross Country program within established University and NCAA guidelines. Assist in the planning, scheduling and implementation of team practices using individualized and group training with an emphasis on the middle distance and distance events. Teach and develop techniques, skills and strategies that will assist student-athletes in competing at the highest level. Recruit potential student-athletes in all events by identifying, contacting, visiting, observing and evaluating candidates. Act the as recruiting coordinator for the track & field and cross-country program. Collect appropriate statistical achievements including the collection of academic data. Adjust practices to satisfy academic needs of student-athletes. Comply with all NCAA, University and conference rules where applicable. Additionally, this position will be responsible for assisting the Director of the Track & Field and Cross-Country program in other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree (4 years)
  • Knowledge of NCAA and university rules and regulations required.
  • Ability to communicate and relate to student-athletes in order to train and motivate them to excel is imperative.