Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach – Wheaton College

School: Wheaton College
Position: Assistant Coach
Position Type: Full-time
Organization: NCAA
Level: Division III
Wheaton College, an NCAA Division III institution located in Norton, Massachusetts, is looking for a motivated, energetic, passionate and caring individual to assist our men’s basketball program. The Assistant Coach helps prepare the team for a full intercollegiate varsity season, including in-season and non-traditional practices, scouting of opponents and game preparation. As well, this person will play an active role in identifying, evaluating and recruiting qualified prospective student-athletes. A commitment to working and teaching within an environment that embraces the holistic development of the student-athlete is essential. Additionally, this person will serve in an administrative capacity as directed by athletic administration. It is expected that this individual will complete their job while complying with all NCAA Division III, NEWMAC and Wheaton College rules and regulations.
Minimum Qualifications:
1-3 years of collegiate playing and/or coaching experience. Bachelor’s Degree.
Preferred Qualifications:
2+ years of collegiate coaching experience.
Compensation and Benefits
To attract and retain the most talented individuals, Wheaton College maintains a flexible and competitive staff compensation and benefits program.

When determining and establishing hiring rates or recruitment ranges for a position, the College considers a number of factors including the budget for the position, the range of the grade, the external market for the position or similar positions, level and scope of responsibilities, required education, skills and relevant experience as well as internal equity. All salary offers must have the prior approval of the Office of Human Resources.

The anticipated hiring or recruitment range for this position is $30,000.

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