The Assistant Coach, under the general supervision and direction of the Head Coach and oversight of the Athletic Director, is responsible to support the efforts of the Head Coach in conducting a representative program in lacrosse.
Muhlenberg College, a Division III institution and a member of the Centennial Conference is seeking applications for an anticipated opening for an Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach. Coaching or collegiate playing experience and a four-year college degree are preferred. Responsibilities include assisting head coach in all phases of the women’s lacrosse program within college, conference and NCAA rules and regulations; includes evaluating, identifying, and recruiting prospective student-athletes; and planning and implementing strategies into daily practices.
Duties specified below will be the specific responsibilities for which the Assistant Coach will be paid. To provide the Assistant Coach with additional opportunity for involvement and professional growth, a variety of other activities (for example, recruiting, scouting, etc.) will be offered to the Assistant Coach for participation on a voluntary basis. If an Assistant Coach elects to participate in any additional activities on behalf of the individual sport or the Athletic Department, it is with the understanding that these are strictly voluntary actions that will not result in additional compensable hours.
Part time coaching compensation is modest but does include opportunities for additional income in one or more of the following areas; game management, strength and conditioning, building operations or equipment room operations. Compensation package will include housing, a meal plan and total hourly wages ranging from $10,000 to $20,000 annually depending on additional duties. Benefits not included.
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Muhlenberg College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All employees are expected to support Muhlenberg's commitment to function as a diverse, caring, inclusive community.
An equal opportunity employer, Muhlenberg College is committed to recruiting and retaining outstanding faculty and staff from racial and ethnic groups that have been traditionally underrepresented in higher education. For additional information about Muhlenberg's commitment to diversity and inclusion, applicants can find the latest updates to the College's Diversity Strategic Plan at this link: College's Diversity Strategic Plan.
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