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Job Title: Assistant Track and Field Coach/2 Positions

Location: United States Military Academy

Job Description:The U.S. Military Academy, an NCAA Division I Institution and member of the Patriot League, the ECAC, and the IC4A, seeks applicants for the position of Assistant Track and Field Coach.

The Assistant Track and Field Coaches is responsible for providing assistance to the Head Coach in assigned areas of the Intercollegiate Track and Field program inclusive of both Men’s and Women’s Teams. Duties include, but are not limited to: planning, designing, and implementing a yearly training program for sprints, relays, and pole vaulting include multi events and administrative duties, with an extensive background in collegiate recruiting, evaluating and recruiting qualified cadet-athletes to the Academy whose athletic and personal skills make them highly competitive in the Patriot League, the ECAC, the IC4A, and nationally, and whose academic ability gives them the potential to be successful in the academic and military program; organizing and implementing recruiting visits, home visits, and recruiting trips, assisting the Head Coach in monitoring the academic progress and general well being of the cadet athletes; being knowledgeable about and adhering to NCAA rules specifically related to recruitment assisting with meet management; and other duties assigned by the Head Coach.

Review of applications will begin immediately; however, the positions will remain open to applications until the jobs are filled.

Salary: Commensurate with experience and qualifications.

The Academy and the Army Athletic Association are Equal Opportunity Employers.

To apply, please send resume, cover letter and 3 references to: Ms. Barbara McMillen, Bldg 639 Howard Road, West Point, NY 10996 or by e-mail to Barbara.McMillen@usma.edu.

About Army Athletic Association

LOCATION: The United States Military Academy is located in the scenic and historic Hudson River Highlands (one hour north of New York City). Since 1802, the nation’s oldest service academy has resided at the historic site of the nation’s oldest military post in continuous operation. The Academy has occupied an important place in American history since its founding.

NOTES: 2 openings