Illinois Wesleyan University, a NCAA Division III institution and member of the College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin, invites applications for the full-time,10-month position of Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: analyze performance and instruct student athletes in game strategies and techniques to prepare them for athletic competition; Observe players individually or in groups and demonstrate defensive techniques; recruit student-athletes for incoming first-year class from high schools and community colleges; assist head coach with various administrative aspects of the basketball program; have excellent skills in using technology to enhance program operations and recruiting.Secondary duties within the athletic department will be assigned based on strengths of successful candidate.
Minimum of three years experience at the collegiate level or high school head coaching preferred
Bachelor’s degree is required
Valid driver’s license
Illinois Wesleyan University and the Athletics Department are strongly committed to recruiting, supporting and fostering a diverse, inclusive and civil community of outstanding faculty, staff and students. Applicants should provide a clear statement describing their understanding of inclusion and how their experiences have prepared them to contribute to the IWU commitment of building a diverse and inclusive environment.
Please email the aforementioned statement, cover letter, resume, and reference list to:
Mindy McCluskey, Athletics Office Coordinator, email@example.com. Reference “Assist. Women’s Basketball” in the subject line.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Final candidate must pass a pre-employment background investigation.
Illinois Wesleyan University does not offer H-1B or other work authorization visa sponsorship for this position. Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States at the time of hire and maintain work authorization throughout the employment term.