St. John Fisher College Part-Time Assistant Field Hockey Coach in Rochester, New York
St. John Fisher University is an independent, liberal arts institution that provides a transformative education to approximately 3,800 undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral students each year. Across its five Schools, Fisher offers nearly 40 majors in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, business, education, and nursing; 11 pre-professional programs; and master’s and doctoral programs in business, nursing, education, pharmacy, and public health. The University’s residential campus boasts a robust living and learning community and a successful intercollegiate athletics program. Fisher is a community where all are welcome, regardless of religious or cultural background.
The University continues to honor its founders, the Congregation of St. Basil, by embracing their motto, “Teach Me Goodness, Discipline, and Knowledge.” We are located in Pittsford, N.Y., seven miles outside of the city of Rochester. The campus is situated on 164 park-like acres—a beautiful setting for a warm, friendly campus community.
Assist the Head Coach in the planning, organization and administration of the Field Hockey program.
Adhere to all NCAA , conference, and institutional guidelines, policies, and rules
• Demonstrate leadership and professional behavior when dealing with student-athletes
• Maintain positive constructive working relationships with student-athletes, athletics department coaches and staff, and all members of the University community
• At all times promote the Field Hockey program in a positive way
• Recruiting (20%)
o Front Rush software usage to submit and update recruit information
o Corresponding via mailings, phone calls, text messaging and emails
o Scheduling and setting up recruit visits
o Attending off campus recruiting events
o Working with admissions office to recruit student athletes
• Field Hockey Team Coaching & Education (50%)
o Practice planning and coaching
o Individual & small group coaching sessions
o Oversee academic, moral, ethical and athletic development of the student-athletes – personal & team meetings
o Game preparation team meetings
o Game day meetings, coaching, post-game debrief
o Team film sessions & meetings
o Participation in community service events
• Field Hockey Administration (30%)
o Supervise team during away contests
o Participate in fund-raising activities
• Perform additional duties as assigned by the Head Coach
Education / Experience:
Bachelor’s degree is required. Intercollegiate playing experience desired. Collegiate coaching experience preferred.
Competencies / Skills:
Ability to demonstrate Field Hockey techniques and related skills, interpersonal skills between students, staff, alumni and friends of the college.
Supervision of Employees:
Physical and Mental Demands:
Maintain professional attitude and demeanor in difficult situations. Position must have ability to multi-task in a very busy environment. Must be able to work weekends, travel, drive rental vehicles and be away from home for extended periods of time. Extensive weekends and evenings required of the job.
Schedule varies depending on if in-season or out-of-season. The ability to work nights and weekends required to support practices, games and recruiting events.
It is the policy of St. John Fisher University to provide Equal Employment Opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment in accordance with the applicable federal, state, and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in each locality in which the University has employees.
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