Assistant Coach Men's Basketball | The University of North Carolina at Pembroke

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Posted: 25-May-22

Location: Pembroke, North Carolina

Type: Full-time

Required Education: Masters

Categories:

Coaching

Coaching – Basketball

Sector:

Collegiate Sports

Salary Details:

Commensurate with Education and Experience

The Assistant Coach of Men’s Basketball is responsible for assigned coaching responsibilities for the team, including: recruiting student athletes, monitoring student academic progress, film analysis and any other duty as assigned by the Head Coach. Additional duties include fund?raising, planning and scheduling practices, games, transportation, meals and public relations. Additional administrative duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics. The Assistant Coach of Men’s Basketball will also teach 6 credit hours per semester assigned by Department of Kinesiology. Assistant coach will also lead university study hall and student support efforts as assigned.

The Assistant Coach must have significant knowledge of, and demonstrated success in, coaching the sport and possess excellent teaching and motivational skills. Ability required to work effectively in the environment of an academically demanding institution and abide by all NCAA Division II and institutional policies. A coach who is found in violation of NCAA regulations shall be subject to disciplinary or corrective actions as set forth in the provisions of the NCAA enforcement procedures. Furthermore, a coach may be suspended for a period of time, without pay, or employment terminated if the coach is found to be involved in any negligent or deliberate or serious violation of NCAA regulations.

Master’s Degree required. The Assistant Coach of Men’s Basketball must have significant knowledge of, and demonstrated success in, coaching basketball and possess excellent teaching and motivational skills. Ability required to work effectively in the environment of an academically demanding institution and abide by all NCAA Division II and institutional policies.