The Men's Graduate Student Assistant Soccer Coach of the DBU Athletic Department is to provide instruction, motivation, and support of the Men's Soccer team. The coach will provide support to the head coach and the administration of an NCAA Division II men’s soccer program including coaching, recruiting, training, scheduling, budget management, academic support oversight, student-athlete discipleship, and marketing/promotion of program.
The Graduate Student Assistant Coach shall:
Coaching/Training-Coach will be involved in planning and running sessions for the team, specifically the goal keepers under the guidance of the head coach.
Recruiting- Will help organize and schedule on campus visits and tryouts. Will organize recruiting software. Budget Maintenance-Must be familiar with Microsoft Word and Excel to help keep budget organized and maintained.
Academic Support-Coach will be involved in attendance checks for class, study hall and chapel.
Camps-Will organize and work all camps that the Dallas Baptist University Men's Soccer program runs.
Discipleship-Must be confident in sharing their faith and testimony with team and recruits. Must be able to help teach our team discipleship training.
Fundraising-Will be involved and help organize all fundraising efforts that are required by the head coach and athletic department.
The Men's graduate assistant soccer coach should be a person devoted to and have made a personal decision to accept Christ into their life. The coach should possess a Bachelor’s degree and played four years of college soccer. Also must have experience with goalkeepers/goalkeeping coach should also be familiar with NCAA Division II bylaws.
Additional Salary Information: Per request from the Head Coach
At Dallas Baptist University, the Patriot Athletic Department offers 15 varsity intercollegiate athletic programs that compete in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA). The DBU Soccer program competes as a NCAA Division II member in the Heartland Conference. The DBU Athletic Department is dedicated to developing student-athletes into Champions for Christ, both on and off the field.