Assistant Women's Soccer Coach

  • Randolph-Macon College
  • Ashland, VA, USA
  • 12 Feb, 2024
Full time Coaching Soccer Coach Womens Football

Job Description

Assistant Women's Soccer Coach

Staff Full-Time
3 days agoRequisition ID: 1515

Randolph-Macon College invites applications for the 12-month position of Assistant Women's Soccer Coach. Randolph-Macon is an NCAA Division III institution competing in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference. 


  • Assisting the Head Coach in all aspects of running a successful program.
  • Practice and game day preparation.
  • Helping develop student-athletes.
  • Assistance with recruiting efforts.
  • Assistance with fundraising for the program.
  • Assistance with camps, clinics, and campus visits.


  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • Previous competitive playing experience at the collegiate level required.
  • Previous coaching experience preferred.
  • Applicants should be familiar and comfortable with the philosophy of education at a selective liberal arts college and with the Division III philosophy of athletics.
  • Candidates must also have a valid driver’s license with a satisfactory motor vehicle record, by insurance standards.

 The College

Located on over 120 scenic acres, the College blends outstanding academic, residential, athletic, and recreational facilities with the charm of small-town living.  The College sits 20 miles from downtown Richmond, thereby having all the benefits for its students, faculty and staff of a dynamic metropolitan area which serves as the state capitol.  Over 85% of students reside on campus. For more information about the College see 

Randolph-Macon College, an equal opportunity employer, believes that students learn best in a diverse, inclusive community and is therefore committed to academic excellence through diversity in its faculty, staff, and students. We seek candidates who are committed to Randolph-Macon's efforts to create a climate that fosters the growth and development of a diverse student body, and we welcome applications from members of groups that have been historically underrepresented in higher education.