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Cornell University invites applications for the 11-months per year position of Assistant Women's Soccer Coach (goalkeeping experience preferred). Assist the head coach in the planning and operation of the program. Assist with all aspects of team and individual training and game preparation as assigned. Identify, encourage and evaluate student-athletes for application and acceptance at Cornell in accordance with the Ivy League, NCAA and University policies as assigned by the head coach. Take major role in areas of team travel, uniform and equipment, recruiting visits, and team building.
Please note all candidates must apply via Cornell's on-line system in order to be considered. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
- Bachelor's degree and a minimum of two years of experience or equivalent combination.
- Knowledgeable of, and committed to following, NCAA and Ivy League rules, with emphasis on those involving recruiting.
- Must be highly motivated with an outstanding work ethic.
- Experience with office software in areas of recruiting (data entry and communication), video (review / editing), and budget (planning) is essential.
- Credentials should reflect proven success or potential in coaching, recruiting and in working with student-athletes.
- Must have and maintain a valid unrestricted driver's license that has been in effect for at least three years.
- Previous coaching or playing experience at the Division I level.
- Previous recruiting experience, and goalkeeper training experience, encouraged/preferred.
University Job Title: Asst Coach II
Pay Rate Type: Salary
Contact Name: Cassie Palladino
Number of Openings: 0
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