The Assistant Baseball Coach is responsible for assisting in planning and administering all aspects of the Baseball Program as assigned. Under the direction of the FT Head and FT Assistant Coach, the PT Assistant Baseball Coach should model and maintain an exemplary student-athlete concept and the personal development of a student athlete who's on and off the court/field behavior reflects favorably upon the Our Lady of the Lake community in general and the athletics program in particular.
Thorough knowledge of fundamentals, technical aspects, and strategy for assigned sport.
Ability to recruit and retain qualified athletes and to facilitate timely progress toward graduation.
Effective oral and written communication skills.
Ability to learn, apply and adhere to NAIA rules and regulations.
Ability to interact well with officials, coaches, parents, media, and the public.
Ability to operate the JV baseball program within budget parameters.
Ability to work with students of all faiths and mentor student-athletes.
Demonstrated leadership skills.
Excellent communication, organizational, and administrative skills.
Ability to travel and work flexible hours, including weekend and evening hours.
Serves as official or committee member as may be requested by those organizations with which OLLU is affiliated.
Participates in Student Affairs Division programs and activities.
Serves as liaison for the university community of faculty, staff, students and administrators.
Adhere to university policies, state and federal laws concerning Title IX, HIPPA, and FERPA policies.
Contribute and support the university vibrancy initiative.
Assist and maintain inventory at the beginning and end of the academic year.
Assist Head Coach with conducting business within the limits of the allocated budget.
Recruit within the limits of the scholarship budget.
Assist with all other duties as assigned.
OLLU seeks to attract, develop and retain the highest quality faculty, staff and administrators. The University is committed to diversity and strongly encourages applications from women and minorities. EOE