Bryant & Stratton College’s (Wisconsin) Athletic Department is expanding its sports offerings in Fall 2018 adding women’s volleyball. The BSC volleyball program competes at the NJCAA Division II level (scholarship offering). All coaches are responsible for the overall development and advancement of a competitive athletic program while demonstrating high moral and ethical standards and positive sportsmanship.
Bachelor’s Degree Preferred
Required: Head Volleyball coaching experience at the high school level or above.
Desired: Volleyball coaching experience at the college level.
Desired: College recruiting experience.
Desired: Familiar with southeastern Wisconsin volleyball high schools and club teams.
First aid/CPR certification is a plus.
Excellent interpersonal, organizational, planning and leadership skills required.
Must be able to serve as a positive role model for young adults.
Familiarity with NJCAA rules and regulations is a plus.
Clean driving record is preferred.
The Assistant Volleyball Coach assists the Head Coach is all aspects of the volleyball program.
The Assistant Volleyball Coach is responsible for recruiting players, holding tryouts and to assist in coaching the intercollegiate volleyball team at Bryant & Stratton College.
The Assistant Volleyball Coach is expected to become knowledgeable of all National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) volleyball rules, including student-athlete eligibility requirements.
As representatives of the College, all coaches and student-athletes must conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times. It is the responsibility of the Assistant Volleyball Coach to supervise staff and student-athletes while traveling, to ensure the safety of staff and student-athletes.
Assisting with scheduling, organizing, supervising, and conducting all practices and games.
The assistant coach may be required to drive vans to volleyball games.
Other duties may be assigned by the head coach and athletic director.