Chicago State University invites applications for the position of Assistant Coach, Men’s Basketball. This
position reports to the Head Coach, Men’s Basketball and is responsible for assisting in the management
and operation of all aspects of the Chicago State University Division I Men’s Basketball program with
specific coaching responsibilities as designated by the Head Coach.
- Assist in the development and implementation of programs, policies and objectives related to the unit and assist the department head with overall management.
- Participate in the development of programs, departmental objectives and long-range planning.
- May be responsible for direct supervision of specific operational areas or functions within the unit.
- Provide overall leadership on special projects for the department head.
- Serve as an expert in specific areas, providing reports, analysis, information and recommendations to
- Provides advice and expertise to campus and university units, interpreting policies of the unit.
- May be responsible for the overall leadership and coordination for program development, or
- Act as liaison to campus and university units and assist with the evaluation of policies and compliance
- Perform other duties as assigned
Bachelor’s degree, plus one year of collegiate or professional coaching experience; Successful candidates
for this position will be subject to a background investigation.
As a staff member within the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, the person assuming this position
is responsible for knowledge of and compliance with institutional, conference and NCAA rules, both
those general in nature and those which apply specifically to their job responsibilities. Knowledge of and
compliance with NCAA rules is a condition of employment in this position.
Master’s degree preferred.
Evening and weekend availability are required.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work with a wide range of constituents: student-athletes,
parents, coaches, media, alumni, administrators, support staff, campus community and the community
- Ability to set and achieve or exceed goals and meet deadlines, strong strategic thinking and problem-
- General computer software knowledge with a proficiency in Microsoft Office suite and Adobe
applications. Complete training for required University software/database systems.
- Excellent verbal and written skills required.