Employment Opportunities

Head Women’s Volleyball Coach

Reporting directly to the Director of Athletics, the Head Women’s Volleyball Coach is expected to lead the university’s volleyball team in all aspects of student/athlete success. Leading by example, the Coach will model a championship program in character, communication, on and off the field behavior, and in the classroom.

 

JOB EXPECTATIONS:

  • Leadership and behavioral exercise for the student-athletes in the program.
  • Teaching and modeling the value of Christian competition.
  • Recruiting and retaining quality student-athletes who understand and embrace Carolina University’s mission and vision.
  • Creating service and mission opportunities for student-athletes to give back to the community.
  • Leading with administrative and organization decisions for the program.
  • Daily practice and game responsibilities while building a championship team.
  • Mentorship and exemplary modeling for young ladies to grow and develop into successful leaders in society.
  • Moving a Regional Championship program to the next level.
  • Maintaining close and open communication while building trust with all stakeholders.

 

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Responsible for leading, managing, and developing the Women’s Volleyball program including:

        a. Recruitment and retention of the women participating in the program.

        b. Specified areas of teaching within the program including character-building activities, academic studies, and Christian ethos.

        c. On and Off Fielding coaching and instruction. Gameday preparations.

        d. Scouting reports, regional connectivity, internal/ external communications.

        e. Office work, including but not limited to game contracts and scheduling, budget management, travel and equipment needs, training and conditioning(partnering with the staff)

  • Monitoring the academic performance of student-athletes and partnering with Academic Services for sustainability and success with persistence toward a degree
  • Conducting daily practices while maintaining campus visibility.
  • Lead with the planning and oversight of the women's volleyball budget.
  • Contribute to the development and growth of the athletic department as a whole.
  • Visibility and engagement with the campus and community as a respected leader.
  • Wholistic approach to student-athlete development, patience, and a sense of humor.
  • Supervision of the Assistant Coach and volunteers/student workers.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree preferred
  • Experience in coaching volleyball (3-5 years), collegiate level coaching preferred
  • Understanding of and commitment to CU and NCCAA principles
  • Commitment to adhering to all policies, rules, and regulations of Carolina University including representing the university on the highest level.
  • Ability to work cooperatively with other administrators, coaches, students, faculty members, community leaders, and parents.
  • Good written and oral communication skills regular communication with athletic offices.
  • Ability to join and engage with the Carolina University family for any and all events.
  • Desire to build a proud, distinguished, championship program.

 

Most important to the success of this program is leading by example. Representing a person of high character, high integrity, clear communication that recruits and retains a quality student/athlete who fits CU and persists to graduation is an essential component.

Carolina University seeks a mature and experienced professional to serve as our Women’s Head Volleyball Coach. We are accepting applications immediately and the position will remain open until filled. For the past four years, the university team has won two regionals and been to Nationals twice. The team returns all starters and has signed a top recruit.

The goal is to select a Head Coach by June 1, 2022. The start date is flexible.

This is a full-time staff position with a salary range of $40-50,000 per year plus benefits (based on experience and education), a funded full-time asst. coach, and a part-time position is in the budget.

Please send your materials: current resume, cover letter addressing the job expectations and responsibilities, and 5 professional references (including 2 supervisors) to:

Steve Condon, Director of Athletics for Carolina University

condons@carolinau.edu

 

Head Women’s Softball Coach

Reporting directly to the Director of Athletics, the Head Women’s Softball Coach is expected to lead the university team in all aspects of student/athlete success. Leading by example, the Coach will model a championship program in character, communication, on and off the field behavior, and in the classroom.

JOB EXPECTATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • JOB EXPECTATIONS:
    • Leadership and behavioral exercise for the student-athletes in the program.
    • Teaching and modeling the value of Christian competition.
    • Recruiting and retaining quality student-athletes who understand and embrace Carolina University’s mission and vision.
    • Creating service and mission opportunities for student-athletes to give back to the community.
    • Leading with administrative and organization decisions for the program.
    • Daily practice and game responsibilities while building a championship team.
    • Mentorship and exemplary modeling for young ladies to grow and development into successful leaders in society.
    • Moving a Regional Championship program to the next level.
    • Maintaining close and open communication while building trust with all stakeholders.
  • JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Responsible for leading, managing, and developing the Women’s Softball program including:
      • Recruitment and retention of the women participating in the program.
      • Specified areas of teaching within the program including character building activities, academic studies and Christian ethos.
      • On and Off Fielding coaching and instruction. Game day preparations.
      • Scouting reports, regional connectivity, internal/external communications.
      • Office work, including but not limited to: game contracts and scheduling, budget management, travel and equipment needs, training and conditioning (partnering with the CU staff).
    • Monitoring academic performance of student-athletes and partnering with Academic Services for sustainability and success with persistence toward a degree.
    • Conducting daily practices while maintaining campus visibility.
    • Lead with the planning and oversight of the Women's Softball budget.
    • Contribute to the development and growth of the Athletic Department as a whole.
    • Visibility and engagement with the campus and community as a respected leader.
    • Wholistic approach to student athlete development, patience and a sense of humor.
    • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree preferred.
  • Experience in coaching softball (3-5 years), collegiate level coaching preferred.
  • Understanding of and commitment to CU and NCCAA principles.
  • Commitment to adhering to all policies, rules, and regulations of Carolina University including representing the University on the highest level.
  • Ability to work cooperatively with other administrators, coaches, students, and faculty members, community leaders and parents.
  • Good written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to join and engage with the Carolina University family for any and all events.
  • Desire to build a proud, distinguished, championship program.

Last year the Team won the Southern Region and finished 4th at the NCCAA Nationals.

Most important to the success of this program is leading by example. Representing a person of high character, high integrity, clear communication that recruits and retains a quality student/athlete who fits CU and persists to graduation, is an essential component.

Carolina University seeks a mature and experienced professional to serve as our Women’s Head Softball Coach. We are accepting applications immediately and the position will remain open until filled. Goal is to select a Head Coach by May 1, 2022. Start date is flexible.

This is a Full-Time staff position, Salary range $40-50,000 per year plus benefits (based on experience and education), a funded Full-Time Assistant Coach and a Part-Time position are in the budget.

Application Requirements include: Current Resume, Cover Letter addressing the job expectations and responsibilities, and 5 Professional References (including 2 supervisors).

Please send your materials to:

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Job Description Summary: Performs a variety of functions in the care, prevention and rehabilitation of athletic injuries for student-athletes through an existing sports medicine program. Specific responsibilities include coordination of medical care for sports as assigned by the Head Athletic Trainer, team travel, work on weekends, and some holidays.

Carolina University is a member of NCCAA Division I – South Region

Job Description

Essential Functions:

  • Provides comprehensive evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletically injured student-athletes, in conjunction with appropriate medical personnel; Primary sports responsibilities include practices, games, travel, and emergency preparation
  • Maintain detailed and current medical records
  • Assist in daily maintenance of athletic training facilities and equipment
  • Educate athletes on injury prevention, management, and return to play
  • Assist in the processing of medical insurance claims and related information
  • Collaborate with staff to create and update emergency action plans as well as policies and procedures documentation
  • Assist in inventory, purchasing, and restocking medical supplies and equipment
  • Assist in administering preseason concussion baseline testing as well as follow ups
  • Serve as a liaison between coaches, student-athletes, physicians, and parents

Additional responsibilities

  • Develop and distribute visiting team information in the form of an email in a timely fashion.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Head Athletic Trainer or Associate Athletic Director
  • Communicate daily with all members of sports medicine staff, coaches, and athletes

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • 0-2 years of experience in athletic training in the intercollegiate setting
  • NATA Certification, Licensure (eligible for NC), and CPR/AED certification
  • Strong written and verbal communication and computer utilization skills
  • Ability to lift 30lbs with appropriate accommodation
  • 3 Professional References

Salary will range from $35,000-$45,000

Please submit resume and cover letter to lavaccam@carolinau.edu