Assistant Coach, Men’s Basketball (Fourth Assistant Coach) – Loyola Marymount

School: Loyola Marymount
Position: Assistant Coach, Men's Basketball (Fourth Assistant Coach)
Position Type: Full-time
Salary: $66,560.00 - $123,261.00 Salary commensurate with education and experience
Organization: NCAA
Level: Division I
Conference: WCC

Provide assistance to Head Coach in training student athletes who participate in the University sports program and administering the sports program as required.

1. Plan and conduct team and individual practice and training sessions as required.

2. Assist in event scheduling, travel arrangements, budget, home event management, facility use as directed.

3. May assist with on-campus recruiting activity as needed.

4. Develop and establish recruiting area and networks.

5. Monitor initial and continuing academic eligibility.

6. Project a positive image of LMU Athletics and the University with the LMU and the extended community.

7. Assist with fundraising, marketing, and promotional activities as required/directed.

8. Develop and establish a community involvement.

9. Participate in public relations activities.

10. Participate in LMU Summer Camp programs as appropriate.

11. Provide leadership to the Athletic Department by encouraging support of Athletic programs and actively supporting teams with attendance at events.

Athletic Association (NCAA).
• Complete all rules compliance information as required. Participate in an annual evaluation of adherence to rules compliance (LMU, Athletic Department, Sports Conference Affiliations, NCAA) with immediate supervisor.
• Participate in an evaluation of adherence to rules compliance (LMU, Athletic Department, Sport Conference Affiliations, NCAA) with immediate supervisor on an annual basis.

Typically a Bachelor’s degree.

Minimum 3 years coaching expertise and teaching experience in progressively responsible positions

• Demonstrated knowledge in the areas of:

Sports skills
Teaching and Training techniques
Organizational skills
Personnel management and staff development
Financial planning
Interpersonal skills
Computer Skills

NCAA rules
• Exemplary communication skills (both written and oral) evidenced by background in preparing comprehensive reports and executive summaries incorporating complex, highly technical information.
• Highly developed organizational and leadership skills.
• Demonstrated computer competency and preferably knowledgeable of word processing systems.

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