Assistant Sailing Coach Connecticut College

Connecticut College
270 mohegan ave
New London, CT 06320
United States

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Experience Required
Degree Required
Security Clearance Required
Housing Provided
Employment Type
Full Time
Work Schedule
Heavy Travel

Job Description

Position Information

Position TitleAssistant Coach Sailing
DepartmentAthletic Center -Group
Pay TypeExempt
Appointment Type (A)Continuing Full-Time
Hours Per Week37.5
Number of weeks40 weeks per year
other - # of weeks40
Benefits EligibleFull Benefits
Qualifies for Relocation ReimbursementNo
Work Schedule
Job Description

General Scope of Duties
The person in this position is an Assistant Coach and reports to the Head Coach for all sport duties and the Director of Athletics & Chair of Physical Education for administrative duties. This person is responsible for all duties listed below regardless of sport as well as duties and responsibilities of an Assistant Coach. It is a 40-week appointment.
General Duties and Responsibilities
  1. Assist with conducting a program that is consistent with the values and philosophy of the College, the department, NESCAC, and the NCAA Division III.
  2. Prepare student-athletes for competition by planning for and conducting a regular schedule of fitness training, sport skill practices, scouting and competitions within NESCAC and NCAA regulations.
  3. Conduct oneself with the highest ethical and moral standards in regards to behavior on campus and in relationships with student-athletes and members of the campus community.
  4. Upholds and conducts oneself according to the values of the; college, department, NESCAC and NCAA
  5. Provide a safe practice, competition and travel environment for all student athletes and staff.
  6. Have knowledge of and abide by the rules, policies, and procedures of the department, College, and all of the organizations of which the College and the team is a member including NESCAC and the NCAA, understanding that violations of these rules could result in discipline up to and including termination.
  7. Perform administrative duties as assigned by Athletic Director
  8. Assist in the engagement and communication with alumni and parents to support fundraising initiatives.
  9. Oversee team social media and marketing efforts.
  10. Oversee student-athletic academic progress and support for overall student-athlete well-being .
  11. Assist with individual player meetings as needed.
  12. Develop and maintain relations & communications with parents and alumni from your sport program
  13. In partnership with admissions, head coach and in consultation with athletic director conduct an effective student-athlete recruitment program within NESCAC and NCAA rules to ensure annual recruiting goals and target rosters are met each year.
  14. Communicate often with the Sports Medicine and Strength & Conditioning staff about injured team members and coordinate treatment and rehabilitation as needed.
  15. Responsible for creating a community that supports diversity, equity and inclusion and encourages allyship through education, training and dialogue. I pledge to create a safe place for all underrepresented groups as we work to eradicate racism and develop allyship
Education and Skills
Bachelor’s Degree required and 1-3 years of collegiate playing and/or coaching experience. Individual must possess the skills and abilities or be able to teach and demonstrate all aspects of the sport they are coaching. The candidate must be able to work independently and have the ability to work evenings and weekends. Individuals must possess the knowledge, skills and abilities or be able to explain and demonstrate that the individual can perform the essential functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodation, using some other combination of skills and abilities. The candidate should be considering a career in college coaching. Experience recruiting at the college level is also preferred.
Preferred Qualifications
Driving RequiredYes
Salary Range$29,200-$31,210
Covid Vaccine Information
Effective June 8, Connecticut College will no longer mandate the COVID-19 vaccine or boosters. The College strongly recommends that all students and employees be vaccinated and remain updated with their COVID-19 boosters
Applicant CredentialingThorough applicant credentialing will be conducted on the selected candidate which will include criminal records check, DMV check and depending on the position psychological exam and pre-placement physical.
Posting Detail Information

Open Date02/14/2024
Applications accepted through
Open Until FilledYes

Documents needed to Apply

Required Documents
  1. Resume
  2. Cover Letter
Jeffrey Bresnahan
270 mohegan ave
New London CT 06320
United States

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