This position will assist the Head Coach with the oversight of the woman’s volleyball program. The assistant coach will assist in the daily management of the volleyball program with specific duties of providing physical training and skill development for the student-athletes.
Oversees daily practice of a specific group of players to instruct them in areas of deficiency.
Analyzes performance and instructs players on in-game strategies and techniques to prepare them for athletic competition.
Observes players while they perform to determine the need for individual or team improvement.
Assists with the recruiting of student-athletes who have the potential for meeting the University standards for admission and being successful members of the volleyball team.
Understanding and having a working knowledge of and abiding by applicable policies and regulations of Pace University, the Northeast-10 Conference, and the NCAA, it is understood that your failure to comply with such rules and regulations may result in disciplinary action taken against you by the Northeast-10, or by the NCAA or by Pace University.
Fulfilling such other related duties that arise or are assigned by the Head Volleyball Coach.
Bachelor’s Degree preferred, or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Previous playing and/or coaching experience on the high school, club or collegiate level.
work hours: varied as per practice & meet schedule
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Minorities, women, veterans, individuals with disabilities, and people of all gender identities are encouraged to apply.
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