The Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach -Video/Creative Content Coordinator is responsible for recording and coding video, collecting statistics, analyzing data, and writing reports to prepare the men’s basketball team for competition. This position includes on the floor instruction and player development.
This is a 10 month, one (1) year renewable position, contingent upon available funding.
- Instructs and coaches student-athletes, emphasizing fundamentals, skills development, conditioning, game preparation, strategy, and safety practices.
- Maintains an environment that emphasizes academics as a priority, making every effort to ensure that all student-athletes meet academic requirements, while working to integrate sports into the academic life of the University.
- Maintains an environment of cooperation and continuous improvement, maintaining positive communications supporting the athletic program, the University and University staff.
- Participates in marketing and promotional activities with media, alumni and civic groups consistent with the objectives of the athletic program.
- Produces digital media for use in recruiting media and videos, scouting reports and video sessions.
- Records videos of men’s basketball games.
- Codes videos of basketball games through use of software to facilitate video analysis.
- Produces videos for use in scouting reports, recruiting videos and team video sessions.
- Maintains video databases of all opponents.
- Analyzes data and writes reports to help prepare men’s basketball team for competition.
- Assists coaching team with drills and activities.
- Provides input regarding offense and defense strategies.
- Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.
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