Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach | Lafayette College

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Lafayette College Easton, PA

Duties: •Coach Men’s Basketball. •Assessment and recruitment of appropriate student-athletes with excellent academic background to a NCAA Division I institution. •Assist in scouting and in-season film evaluation and breakdown. •Abide by NCAA and Patriot League rules and regulations. •Assist in the organization and planning of all special events. •Assist in fund-raising and development activities. •Assist in continued development of positive public relations with alumni and the community. •Assist with competitive contests. •Assist in advising student-athletes. •Work closely with Sports Medicine for the care and prevention of athletic injuries and support the overall drug and alcohol education program for student-athletes. •Attend department meetings. •Performance of all other duties and special projects as assigned by the Head Men’s Basketball Coach and Athletic Administration. Qualifications: •Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred. •Knowledge of NCAA and Patriot League rules and regulations. •Collegiate coaching and recruiting experience preferred.

Salary: The position is a full-time (12 months) administrative appointment and includes a competitive benefits package. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Deadline: Review of applications to begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Apply: Letter of application indicating the exact position, your resume, and a list of at least three references should be submitted via:

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