This position is a combination of an Assistant Coach for club program in the sport of Men's Lacrosse and the Co-Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Dominican University of California. This position will serve all student-athletes at Dominican University with the intention of providing student-athletes the best opportunity to achieve their athletic goals through specific sports instruction and guidance towards making choices that best enhances their athletic performance. This position will be evaluated on the extent to which he/she provides each student-athlete a positive, meaningful and educational experience through athletics.
- Responsible for all aspects of the program, ensuring the program reflects positively on the University and creating a positive environment for student-athletes and coaches.
- Develop, implement and supervise strength programs in partnership with co-head strength and conditioning coach.
- Train and develop student athletes in a safe environment.
- Monitor and assist strength and conditioning staff's programing.
- Bachelor's degree.
- Minimum 2 years of strength and condition experience at the intercollegiate level.
- CPR, AED and First Aid certification.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Coaching and/or competing experience at the college level in the sport of Men's Lacrosse. In lieu of college level coaching experience, a combination of coaching experience at the high school, college, professional or national team level and competing experience at the college, professional or national team level in the sport of Lacrosse will be considered.
Dominican University of California is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to excellence through diversity, and takes pride in its multicultural environment. We are committed in thought, word, and deed to recruiting and retaining a workforce that values the diversity of its student body. The University actively promotes an institutional culture that practices equity and inclusion. We strongly encourage applications from members of all under-represented groups in higher education.