Athletics and Recreation
Head Men's and Women's Golf Coach (#326)
Summary of Duties
Applications are invited for the part-time Head Men's and Women's Golf Coach position at Marywood University. The primary responsibilities include: coaching, recruiting, scheduling and related administrative duties involved with the golf program.
The successful applicant should have: a minimum of a bachelor’s degree and 2-3years experience as a golf coach, preferably at the Division III college/university level; general knowledge of intercollegiate athletics, NCAA policies and compliance issues; strong interpersonal, planning and organizational abilities; and, excellent oral and written communications skills. Competence with technology resources and a current driver’s license are vital to fulfilling the responsibilities of this position.
Marywood is an independent, comprehensive, Catholic university with more than 3200 students. Located in a residential area of Scranton, PA with easy access to the Pocono Mountains, the University features a new ‘state-of-the-art’ athletics and wellness facility and is within a two-hour drive of New York City and Philadelphia. Affordable housing in attractive communities with good schools is readily available. The University enrolls approximately 2049 students in more than fifty-five undergraduate programs and approximately 1,300 graduate students in 33 masters degree, as well as terminal degree programs, including a Psy. D., Ed. S., M.F.A. and an inter-disciplinary Ph.D. with five specializations.
How to Apply
Review of applications will begin immediately for the 2019-2020 academic year. A letter of application, a resume, and the names and complete addresses of three current professional references should be submitted to: Head Men's and Women's Golf Coach Search Committee, c/o Office of Human Resources, Marywood University, 2300 Adams Avenue, Scranton, PA 18509-1598 or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marywood University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from women and minorities.