Serves as an assistant to the women's soccer programs (will help the softball team); works with the head coach in recruiting, games, practice and assists the head coach to provide a positive experience for student athletes while positively representing the Institute in terms of public relations and exposure by performing the following duties:
Assists, organize and administer competitive Division III women's soccer program within the philosophy of an academically demanding engineering, math and science program.
Assists women's soccer program and adheres to all policies and duties as assigned by the head women's soccer coach including:
Assisting with on field coaching sessions
practice and game day preparation
Recruits highly qualified student athletes at showcases and through recruiting websites
Works with the goalkeepers on a regular basis
Serve as a mentor, teacher, leader and role model to student-athletes.
Breakdown film of team matches as well as opponent’s films. (Scouting reports)
Assist with the arrangement and supervision of transportation, lodging and meals.
Coordinate team, alumni and community events.
Previous collegiate playing or coaching experience required
Goalkeeping background and/or training experience preferred
Commitment to comply with all NCAA and Rose-Hulman rules and regulations
Ability to work evenings, weekends and holidays when required
Valid driver's license with acceptable driving record required for recruiting
functional computer skills, strong work ethic and communication skills
About Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
The Rose-Hulman athletic department competes in 20 NCAA Division III sports as a member of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference. The nationally recognized program has qualified for the NCAA Division III National Championship in nine different sports over the past decade. Rose-Hulman is an annual contender for the HCAC Commissioner’s Cup that is awarded to the league’s top athletic program. Rose-Hulman also leads NCAA Division III with 32 consecutive years having at least one Academic All-American, and has led the HCAC in academic all-conference selections for the last 11 years.