Compensation commensurate with education and experience. Oakland University offers an excellent benefit program including a comprehensive medical plan with low contribution amounts for our employees, dental and vision plans at no cost for our employees, generous paid time off plans, a 14% University contribution to our 403(b) retirement plan, tuition assistance for our employees and dependents, free access to our Campus Recreation Center and workout facilities, and flexible work schedules and wellness programs. These are current benefit levels subject to future changes.
Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Minimum 2 years’ of collegiate head/assistant baseball coaching experience at the NCAA Division I level.
A demonstrated ability to recruit top Division I student-athletes.
Experience with NCAA Division I Rules and Regulations.
Excellent organizational, communication and leadership skills.
Experience in fund raising efforts and events.
A valid driver’s license and driving record acceptable to the University by the University’s insurance carrier.
The Oakland University Assistant Baseball Coach is responsible for assisting the Head Coach in developing an NCAA Division I baseball program for student-athletes, within the rules and policies of the Horizon League Conference, the NCAA legislated guidelines and the University’s policies and guidelines. The Assistant Coach must also assist in the training and development of the team/players on and off the field; liaison for academics and other departments on campus; assist with travel arrangements and ordering of equipment.