Industry leaders, educated citizens, difference makers – Pioneers.
For nearly two centuries, Marietta College has stood as the beacon on the hill for young adults seeking to better their lives and to turn their life’s passions into actionable good in the world. One of the finest liberal arts colleges in the nation, Marietta offers nearly 50 undergraduate programs, including the best liberal arts-based Petroleum Engineering curriculum in the nation and an Education program that boasts a 100 percent job placement for its graduates. The College also offers graduate programs in Physician Assistant Studies, Psychology and Athletic Training.
At Marietta, students learn from talented faculty members who are respected in their fields and wholly dedicated to teaching the next generation of leaders. These professors share their knowledge with students and challenge them to develop their skillsets through serious research, experiential opportunities and internships. Every student completes Marietta’s rigorous General Education Curriculum, which builds strong communication skills and exposes students to new ideas and interests.
Our varsity athletic teams compete in NCAA Division III and against some of the best in the nation as a member of the Ohio Athletic Conference. Marietta has won six national championships and 61 conference titles, including an OAC-record four consecutive men’s basketball titles (2014-18).
More than 25,000 living members of The Long Blue Line proudly support their alma mater and help current students gain internships and connections into their chosen industries. This support, in addition to the vibrant growth on campus, is one of the reasons why The Chronicle of Higher Education named Marietta College one of the Great Colleges to Work For.
Marietta’s timeless education began in 1797, when descendants of pioneers of the Northwest Territory established the Muskingum Academy. The institution was chartered in 1835 by the state of Ohio, making Marietta College one of 37 Revolutionary Colleges and home to the 16th oldest chapter of the most prestigious academic honorary, Phi Beta Kappa. From its earliest moments until well into the future, Marietta College cherishes its role in educating individuals and inspiring them to Bring Forth a Pioneer!
Responsibilities: Coach guards in concert with the expectations of the Head Coach. Perform all phases of recruitment including but not limited to: identify prospects, arrange campus visits, maintain adequate communication, manage data base, meet goals in each area. Break down practice, game and opponent film. Create scouting reports. Monitor academics. Assist in planning practice. Instruct individual skills and team concepts. Willingness to assist in social media production. Teach a 1-credit skill class in each semester. Perform athletic department duties as assigned by the athletic director. Such duties may include: game day management, facility supervision, intramural supervision, sports information assistance or other.
Expectations: Uphold the high professional standard of conduct expected of each person on campus and outlined in our Employee Handbook. Role model for student athletes by building positive interpersonal relationships in and out of the athletic department. Attend staff meetings, faculty meetings and College functions, both social and professional, and serve on committees. Assist our student athletes in charting their own path to success by knowing how to access academic and social adjustment resources. Foster a cooperative work environment and provide mutual support to all constituencies and colleagues. Represent the program and Marietta College with sportsmanship, integrity, and a high degree of professionalism. Travel with the team and to recruit. Work on weekends and evenings, in all types of outdoor weather conditions. Occasionally lift heavy items of 50 pounds or more.