Harvard University Assistant Coach in Cambridge, Massachusetts
45965BRAuto req ID:45965BRJob Code:AT2000 Assistant Coach Location:USA - MA - Boston Business Title:Assistant Coach - Women's Lightweight CrewSub-Unit:------------ Appointment End Date:30-Jun-2019Salary Grade:000Time Status:Full-time Union:00 - Non Union, Exempt or Temporary Basic Qualifications:Bachelor's degree required. At least 3 years' experience coaching crew at a college level or rowing at a college level. Experience on a national team may count towards this requirement. Additional Qualifications:Must have outstanding technical, tactical and strategic knowledge of rowing. Strong leadership, interpersonal and communications skills, including the ability to work with and relate well to a diverse group of athletes, administrators, and University constituents, needed. Must be able to establish yourself as a respected coach to students, faculty, alumnae, media representatives, and the broader University community.
Must be administratively self-sufficient and be proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, and web applications. Should have basic video filming, editing and analytical ability.
The ideal candidate has a demonstrated track record of success. S/he should also have strong organizational skills and an ability to work independently. Must be able to respect and comply with guidelines set forth by Harvard, the Ivy League, and the NCAA. Valid drivers' license required.
A DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) check is required because you will be driving student-athletes during out-of-town travel.
Ability and willingness to work in extreme weather conditions (heat, rain, cold).
Additional Information:Harvard is a highly selective liberal arts college whose mission is to educate citizens and citizen-leaders for our society. The College is a residential institution of nearly 7,000 undergraduates and is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Harvard is deeply committed to the intellectual, social and personal transformation of its undergraduates during their four years at Harvard.
The Department of Athletics offers 42 varsity programs for men and women, more than any other Division I school in the United States. We also offer extensive recreational and intramural programs.
Harvard employees have access to a competitive benefits package that includes multiple options for the health and well-being of our employees as well as ongoing professional development.
All formal offers will be made by FAS Human Resources. We regret that, due to the number of responses we typically receive, we may be unable to respond to phone calls or contact personally those applicants not selected for an interview.
We actively seek and welcome applications from diverse candidates and from those with a demonstrable commitment to a more inclusive society. Department:AthleticsPre-Employment Screening:Criminal, DMV, Education, IdentitySchedule:This is a one-year term position with a scheduled end date of June 30, 2019. The position may be renewed based on performance and/or the changing needs of the Athletics Department.
Practices are typically early mornings and evenings, so the successful candidate must be flexible about his/her work schedule. Evening and weekend work, as well as travel, is required.
Job Function:Athletics Duties & Responsibilities:Under the direction of the Head Coach, you will help run the inter-collegiate Women's Lightweight Crew program at Harvard. You will help instruct and develop student athletes; assist in making strategic decisions in contest situations; oversee the strength and conditioning of the athletes; assist in developing and implementing the overall recruiting strategy; and handle administrative responsibilities associated with the program operations, including recruiting logistics and planning, team travel details, and equipment ordering. You will also assist in fundraising efforts and running special events.
School/Unit:Faculty of Arts and Sciences EEO Statement:We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, or any other characteristic protected by law.