The Women's Rugby Head Coach will be responsible for leading the Women's Rugby program.
Direct the Women's Rugby program, including but not limited to: overseeing the budget, development of effective practice and game plans, supervision of coaching staff, approved fundraising, recruiting qualified student-athletes while monitoring their academic success.
Completing the ancillary duties as assigned once the duty is determined.
Commitment to University, Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) or other conference affiliation and NCAA rules and regulations.
*This is not a full-time coaching position. As such the position is paid via stipend and not benefit-eligible.*
Thorough understanding of the game and technical aspects in the sport of rugby
The ability to effectively teach team and individual skills connected with team and player development
Open Until Filled
Special Instructions to Applicants
An offer of employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background and drug screening.
Applicants requiring University sponsorship to obtain employment authorization will not be considered for this position.
Maryville University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and prohibits discrimination on the basis of age, disability, gender, genetic information, marital status, national origin, race/color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other status protected by law. This extends to all aspects of the employment relationship, including recruiting, hiring, training, on-the-job treatment, promotion, layoff, and termination.
Maryville University is a selective, comprehensive and nationally ranked private institution more than 6,000 students. Maryville offers more than 100 degrees at the undergraduate, masters and doctoral levels to students from 50 states and 32 countries. Consistently ranked as a top private school by Forbes and Kiplinger's, Maryville has been named the Number 1 Over-performing University in the nation by US News and World Report for the last two years. Maryville's athletics teams compete in 20 intercollegiate sports at the NCAA Division II level in the Great Lakes Valley Conference. Founded in 1872, the University is ideally situated on 130 picturesque acres in West St. Louis County.