Hobart and William Smith Colleges Assistant Sailing Coach

Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Geneva , NY 14456
United States

Manages Others
Experience Required
Degree Required
Housing Provided
Employment Type
Full Time
Work Schedule
Heavy Travel

Job Description

The successful candidate will assist the head sailing coach in the organization and management of a highly competitive collegiate sailing program for men and women.  The position responsibilities will include teaching and coaching student-athletes for successful competition; supporting student-athletes’ academic success; recruiting prospective students; fundraising; developing alumnae/alumni and parent relations; team travel planning; administrative tasks; and other duties as assigned. 
This is a full-time, 10-month, benefits-eligible, administrative position.  Evening and weekend work are required.  This position description is not all-inclusive as other tasks or responsibilities may be assigned.
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Job Requirements


Bachelor’s degree required; master’s degree preferred. Degree(s) in physical education, kinesiology, education or related field preferred. A minimum of four years of competitive sailing and/or coaching sailing at the college-level required. Candidates must demonstrate strong potential to teach, lead and counsel college student-athletes and have enthusiasm for the recruiting duties of the position. The candidate must be a person of integrity, high ethical standards, have excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills. The candidate must demonstrate a commitment to the mission of HWS Athletics.

U.S. Sailing level 2 or 3 certification preferred. Competence with technology resources and a current U.S. driver’s license are vital to fulfilling the responsibilities of this position. CPR and First Aid certification required.
Scott Ikle
Winn-Seeley Gym
Geneva NY 14456
United States
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