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Head Women’s Bowling Coach

Full time
Posted 3 weeks ago

McPherson College is seeking a Head Women’s Bowling Coach with the proven ability to manage a successful program.  This individual will be responsible for daily management, instruction and administration of all phases of the Bowling program in accordance with all NAIA, KCAC and College regulations. Specific areas of responsibility include: instructing on practice, game preparation and strategy; student worker and volunteer supervision; recruitment of prospective student-athletes; retention of student-athletes, monitoring the academic progress of the Bowling student athletes; preparation and oversight of budget; community outreach; and  program specific and departmental fundraising.

The successful candidate must possess and will demonstrate excellent communication and organizational skills, strong work ethic and self-motivation, the ability and willingness to be a positive role model, department member and representative of the college.

Bachelor’s Degree required, Masters’ preferred; three years of collegiate coaching experience required. This is a full time, exempt position, eligible for the college’s full benefit package, and reporting to the college’s Athletic Director.  This is a 12-month position.

McPherson College, in McPherson, KS, is a four-year church-related, career-oriented liberal arts institution with membership in the NAIA and the KCAC.  The College’s mission is to develop whole persons through scholarship, participation and service.  McPherson College has been nationally recognized as a great college to work for 9 years in a row!

Please complete the online application below to include a cover letter, resume and three professional reference letters.

No phone calls.

This position is open until filled.

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