Job ID: 2021-8069 Type: Student Affairs (WS1705) # of Openings: 1 Category: Student Services/Athletics New York University
Serve as Assistant Varsity Coach of Men's Basketball: assist with the development of recruiting plans in consultation with the Head Coach; following consultation with the Academic Affairs Advisor, identify and recommend prospective student-athletes and recruiting visits to the Head Coach; actively recruit and evaluate prospects; conduct recruitment visits; conduct recruitment competition evaluations and in-person visits to home, school, showcase camps and club competitions as per NCAA Division III (National Collegiate Athletics Division III) and UAA (University Athletics Association) regulations; assess prospective student-athletes skills/abilities and prepare written evaluations of prospective student-athletes for Head Coach's review. In consultation with the Head coach, assist with the development of practice plans, strategies for upcoming contests, and player skills and conditioning programs. Develop and execute a segment(s) of each practice including presenting scouting reports on upcoming opponents; presenting a new defensive or offensive scheme; demonstrating or conducting player position drills and training. Assess strengths and weaknesses of NYU student-athletes and the athletes on opposing teams and develop strategies and tactics to assist the Head Coach in planning game strategy.
Required Education: Bachelor's degree and -
Preferred Education: Masters
Required Experience: Experience as player or assistant coach at high school or college level or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Preferred Experience: Head or assistant coach at an NCAA institution.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: CPR/AED Certification or ability to obtain. High level of interpersonal and motivational skills.
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Coaching on the NCAA level with institutions that have similar academic requirements.
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