Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach – Florida State College at Jacksonville

School: Florida State College at Jacksonville
Position: Assistant Men's Basketball Coach
Salary: $1,000-5,0000; + opportunity for up to 75% of all camp revenue
Organization: NJCAA
Level: Division I
Conference: FCSAA

Assist the head men’s basketball coach with all aspects of a comprehensive, highly competitive college men’s basketball program. Assist with the organization and management as it relates to recruiting, scheduling, scouting, travel arrangements and monitoring student-athletes.


The qualifications and skill requirements for this position include:

• Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree;

• Minimum of two (2) years of proven collegiate or club coaching experience;

• Familiarity with NJCAA governing rules;

• Valid Florida driver’s license upon official start date;

• Preferred skillset in graphic design/Photoshop

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The essential job functions and responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to:

• Working directly under the supervision of the Head Men’s Basketball Coach on all organizational and coaching aspects of the collegiate team;

• Supporting academic success of all student-athletes;

• On-court coaching and drill demonstration/teaching for student-athletes;

• Recruiting of top-talented prospective student-athletes nationally and statewide;

• Working varying hours and responsibilities within different functional areas of the institution to be determined;

• Leading the direction of all summer camp programs for local community youth;

• Assisting with assuring all aspects of game day management are complete for each contest;

• Working as part of a team in supporting student success, retention and completion;

• Completing other duties and responsibilities as assigned

Applicant Information:

All interested candidates should email a Resume to John Putyrski — [email protected]. Preference given to former MBB managers/graduate assistants; great advancement/networking opportunities to stay in college coaching.

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