It is the responsibility of the Graduate Assistant Coach to help lead a successful NCAA Division II Women’s Soccer program at Regis University. The athletic programs are the front porch of the institution and it is paramount that the Graduate Assistant Coach help operate his/her program in a manner that is representative of Regis University. Excellence shall be attained through athletic success, academic achievement, service learning, and leadership development. This individual will support the mission of the University and bring knowledge and passion for the game. Above all, this person will help guide young people spiritually, academically, and socially during their time as students on our campus.
The Graduate Assistant Coach shall perform all duties pertaining to his/her sport program. Duties include but are not limited to:
The Head Coach is the Graduate Assistant Coach’s immediate supervisor in all matters with Regis University. In order to insure a highly competitive NCAA Division II athletics program, performance of these duties will be continually evaluated and monitored.
Bachelor’s degree in related field, acceptance into a Regis University graduate program, and at least one year of experience within an athletics department is strongly preferred. Night and weekend hours required along with occasional travel.
Start date is flexible but recommended no later than January 1, 2021. Applicants must submit to a background check, subject to review and approval by Regis University