TITLE: Assistant Coach, Men's Football/Defense
DIVISION: Student Development (Athletics)
REPORTS TO: Coach, Men's Football
GRADE: (Not applicable)
Directly responsible for defensive secondary positions on the University's Division I-AA NCAA football team; possibly defensive coordinator responsibilities.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for coaching defensive secondary positions; possibly defensive coordinator responsibilities.
May serve as staff academic liaison in charge of academics, eligibility, summer school, study hall, and grade checks.
Serve as staff liaison for facilities.
Oversees football camp, and assists with freshman orientation, training room concerns, off-season conditioning program, spring clinics, and rules interpretation.
Maintains defensive practice schedules.
Recruits year-round, with
OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Support the University's academic goals and strive to improve graduation rates.
Comply with all NCAA, University, and Yankee Conference policies and regulations.
Perform other duties as required.
LICENSES, TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT:
This position is subject to both inside and outside work; extreme cold and hot temperatures can be encountered.
Bachelor's degree is required. Demonstrated effectiveness in coaching and recruiting student-athletes is required, as are demonstrated leadership skills and the ability to work effectively with college students. Experience on the Division I, IAA, or Division II level is required. To be considered for the position of Defensive Coordinator, must have extensive background with the current URI defensive philosophy and coverages. Excellent organizational, written and verbal communications skills also required. Must comply with all NCAA, University, and Yankee Conference policies and regulations. Must support the University's academic goals and strive to improve graduation rates. Appointment is subject to NCAA violation report clearance.
ALL REQUIREMENTS ARE SUBJECT TO POSSIBLE MODIFICATION TO REASONABLY ACCOMMODATE INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES.