Sport Clubs Coach I - Women’s Rugby Club (AS)
Job no: 509460
Work type: Auxiliary
Categories: Excluded, Athletics, At-Will, Part Time
The Sport Clubs Coach I (Women’s Rugby Club Assistant) is responsible for assisting with coaching of the assigned Women’s Rugby club(s).
General: Responsible for coordinating practices; home and away competitions; and tournaments. Must be able to teach a wide array of participants from beginners to experienced high school and collegiate athletes. Properly instruct fundamentals and technique.
Administrative: The coach will assist club leadership with short and long-term goals and a plan of action for the academic year.
Performs other duties as assigned to support the department, division, and university.
Additional Knowledge, Skills, and Experience
Bachelor’s Degree preferred
Candidates must have a minimum of two years experience coaching at the youth, high school, junior college or collegiate club level and be a High School Graduate/GED
Candidates need to effectively communicate with a diverse student population, have demonstrated leadership skills, organizational skills and experience commensurate with coaching at the collegiate club level.
Pay & Work Schedule
This is a seasonal, hourly, part time position typically from September through April of the following year. Travel is required for tournaments. Practices are typically 2 days per week September through April, with 10-15 games during the season (mainly in Southern California; though some out of state travel will be required). Typical schedule will be 4-10 hours weekly when classes are in session.
The anticipated hiring range: $20.00 per hour, dependent upon qualifications and experience.
A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily upon verbal offer of employment. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment.
Candidates should apply by completing the on-line application. To submit an application and for more detailed information on the application and hiring process, please visit this link: www.csun.edu/careers
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