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Position Accountabilities and Essential Functions: The Associate Head Coach must be able to demonstrate Delta College Athletics five (5) key values: Integrity, Respect, Responsibility, Sportsmanship and Leadership on a daily basis. To promote student success through academics building a strong foundation for the young men and women of the program. Leading these young men and women to be champions on and off the court. The Associate Head Coach works with student-athletes to improve their personal, leadership and teamwork skills in a competitive intercollegiate setting. They are responsible for, but not limited to, initiating various aspects of their program, such as recruiting, scheduling opponents, scholarship and budget oversight, training and coaching team members. The Associate Head Coach will be a responsible member of the community and a role model for their student-athletes. Essential Job Functions: Provide leadership and instruction for academic and athletic development of student-athletes. Instruct student-athletes in the rules and fundamentals of their sport. Works with the Head Coach in establishing a fundamental philosophy, skill development, and techniques used through the pre and post season on and off the court/field. Serves as a mentor to each student-athlete to promote the development of all the expectations for Delta College student-athletes; including, but not limited to, the Delta College Student-Athlete Code of Conduct, the Delta College student conduct manual, and other institutional rules, expectations, policies and procedures. Works with Head Coach to determine discipline, delineates procedure concerning due process when the enforcement of discipline in necessary. Assists the Head Coach and Athletic Director in scheduling of competition by appropriate timelines to allow other administrative needs to be met (event management, athletic trainer, officials, travel, lodging, meals, etc.) Attend college, MCCAA and NJCAA meetings as assigned by the Head Coach or Athletic Director. Abide the rules and regulations established by Delta College, the Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA), and the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). Works with the Head Coach in recruiting academically prepared student-athletes to be successful in a college setting, following recruitment guidelines to ensure compliance with Delta College, conference and NJCAA rules. Promotes a favorable image of the institution at all times. Is a role model. Represent the program and Delta College with Integrity, Respect, Sportsmanship and Professionalism in the community and at sponsored events/contests. Associate Head Coach must be physically present during the entire period of practice that requires the presence of all or one of their team members. Required Qualifications: Associates Degree College-acceptable driving record must be maintained Complies with drug-free workplace rules and board policies Relevant coaching experience Flexible hours Ability to work effectively with an ethnic, cultural and diverse student population Demonstrates professionalism and contributes to a positive work environment Additional Experiences Considered: Bachelor's degree Minimum of three years coaching experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience Working knowledge of the MCCAA and NJCAA rules and regulations Special Instructions Complete an on-line application and attach a cover letter with position title, resume, three current names of professional references, and copies of transcripts (official transcripts required upon hire) and/or certifications and licenses. Required Documents Resume Cover Letter Optional Documents Transcript 1 Letter of Recommendation 1 Letter of Recommendation 2 Letter of Recommendation 3 Professional Certifications or Licensures Transcript 2 Transcript 3


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