Head Men’s Basketball Coach – Friends University
Friends University is committed to work-life balance for its employees by offering flex work options, up to 4 weeks of vacation, 96 hours of sick leave per year, up to 13 1/2 paid holidays, half day Fridays June through July, up to 5% retirement matching, and free undergraduate tuition for you, your spouse, and your dependents.
Friends University is seeking to fill the Head Coach of Men’s Basketball position in Wichita Kansas. This position will develop and direct strategies for recruiting, counseling, and coaching student athletes in the men’s basketball program. This position has supervisory responsibilities for two part-time coaching staff, and various student associates.
Friends University seeks to hire individuals who will embrace our mission and celebrate our commitment to equipping students to honor God in their personal, professional, and spiritual lives by adhering to the University’s RISE Core Values (Respect, Inclusion, Service and Excellence). The mission of the University is:
Friends University, a Christian University of Quaker heritage, equips students to honor God and serve others by integrating their intellectual, spiritual, and professional lives.
Five years as a college assistant or head coach preferred; two years coaching at either high school or college level required. Five years’ teaching experience is required. Experience in an academic discipline or higher education, and two years recruiting background desired.
Bachelor’s degree required and master’s degree preferred.
Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills are necessary. Ability to maintain confidential information in a professional manner required.
Ability to recruit off campus, understanding of the game of basketball, ability to lead and supervise players and coaches. The ability to get along with a wide variety of people in various situations. Computer proficiency is desired (Microsoft Office preferred).
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