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7756 - Assistant Athletic Director/Head Volleyball Coach


Indiana University East, Richmond, IN, is seeking applicants for the position of Assistant Athletic Director/Head Volleyball Coach. This Athletic program is a member of the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (KIAC) and National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).

This position will manage the advertising and marketing of Athletic Programs; monitor and maintain compliance with all KIAC and NAIA regulations; coach the women's volleyball program including but not limited to: recruiting, training, eligibility, scheduling travel, and preparing student athletes for competition.

Responsibilities:

• Develop and maintain annual and five-year marketing plan for Red Wolves Sports Network.

• Provide and develop growth in the advertisement sales and sponsorships for Red Wolves Sports Network broadcasts and events; including print, production, commercials and signage.

• Monitor and facilitate compliance in NAIA athletic directives. Participate in due process procedures as needed.

• Maintain IU East standards of quality and uniformity in marketing and publications as required by the Department of External Affairs.

• Plan and implement safe, positive, and fun game day experiences for athletes and spectators at all IU East home athletic events.

• Report directly to the Athletic Director in any matters concerning the operation of the IU East volleyball program.

• Recruit, train, and coach quality student-athletes as members of the volleyball program for IU East.

• Teach volleyball playing skills to student athletes to enhance their playing ability and teamwork approach to athletics.

• Support the academic achievement and personal growth of team members.

• Plan and execute the schedule of all contests and practices in accordance with NAIA/ KIAC regulations.

• Perform administrative tasks including the operation of the volleyball program within the budgetary guidelines set forth by administration.

• Monitor the academic progress and aid in the mentoring and skill development of student-athletes involved in volleyball program.

• Develop opportunities for student athletes to participate in service activities to give back to the campus and the community and encourage participation in the NAIA Champions of Character programming.

• Provide a quality competitive experience expected by a college athlete.

• Positively represent IU East in all conference, regional and national coaching opportunities and attend all IU East home athletic events as required.

• Demonstrate leadership, sportsmanship and mature conduct as the head of the program.

• Perform other duties incidental to those described herein and as assigned by the Athletic Director.

 
Qualifications:

• A Bachelor’s degree in marketing, sports management, business or a related field; master’s degree preferred.

• Experience in marketing.

• Previous collegiate coaching or volleyball playing experience (minimum 2 years).

• Working knowledge of computers including Microsoft Office applications and video editing applications.

• CDL license or ability to earn and maintain CDL license.


Salary:

This full time exempt position will have a salary in the mid $30,000 range and the full Indiana University benefit program.

A resume with three professional references, along with a letter of interest will be accepted through February 7, 2013 at https://jobs.iu.edu.
More information on IU East athletics is located at www.iueredwolves.com.


Indiana University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status. This institution is also a provider of ADA services.