Division 1 - Head Assistant Wrestling Coach - Campbell University
Campbell University Wrestling, an NCAA D-1 program competing in the SoCon (Southern Conference), invites applications and nominations for the position of Head Assistant Wrestling Coach. This is a #1 Assistant Position.
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to develop the program alongside the Head Coach and also benefit from brand new wrestling facilities including new: wrestling room (2.5 mats), convocation center for home matches, wrestling locker room and weight room.
Campbell University Wrestling finished 2nd of 8 teams in the Southern Conference Tournament last season and also tied for 2nd place during the Southern Conference regular dual meet season.
To express interest in the position or apply, please email a resume, letter of interest, and contact information for 3 references to Head Wrestling Coach Joe Boardwine at email@example.com.
Bachelor’s degree required. Two years of successful coaching experience in one or more areas of athlete development, team recruitment or administration for Wrestling is preferred. Will strongly consider candidates with superior personal performance and achievement as a competitor in wrestling in combination with relevant life experiences from which coaching ability can be effectively projected. Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations and proven ability to recruit quality student-athletes is preferred; must possess a valid driver's license with a good driving record and have the ability to travel, as required.
The successful candidate must have a superior work ethic in all areas related to building a championship wrestling program and possess excellent communication and motivational skills. The successful candidate will also be willing to work within the Christian mission and purpose of Campbell University. If selected, a criminal background screening is required.
The Assistant Coach will be responsible for providing coaching and administrative assistance to the Head Coach as well as promoting the philosophy and objectives of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, to include adhering to all Departmental, University, Conference and NCAA policies and procedures. Additional responsibilities to include, but not limited to: Assisting with the scouting and recruitment of student-athletes, to include assisting with on-campus and off-campus visits of prospective student-athletes; monitor the conditioning and training of student-athletes in conjunction with the strength and conditioning coaches and athletic training staff; assist in the planning and administration of the off-season training program; counseling team members in academic, disciplinary and personal matters, to include consulting with the staff of Academic Services, Compliance and other University administrators to resolve issues; advise and counsel student-athletes regarding their obligations to comply with all rules and regulations related to financial aid and eligibility, as well as personal conduct; assist in coordinating team travel arrangements, as requested, and traveling with the team to monitor the conduct of student-athletes; assist with the development of schedules for practice and competition; cooperate with all coaches and administrative staff within Intercollegiate Athletics to enhance overall departmental operations; perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Head Coach.