The Softball Coach is responsible for teaching fundamental and advanced softball skills and strategies, coordinating and running practices, and organizing, officiating, and coaching intramural softball games involving the Landmark College community.
This position is a three-days-per-week commitment requiring evening hours. Coaches are expected to run three 1.5- to 2-hour long practices or games during weekday evenings. The season is split between spring and fall semesters and runs September to October in the fall and mid-March to early May in the spring.
- CPR/AED Adult certified or ability to become certified with 30 days of hire.
- Clean driving record and ability to become Landmark College vehicle driver certified within 30 days of hire.
- Experience playing or coaching softball at the high school or collegiate level.
- Understanding of basic softball skills, rules, and plays.
- Ability to motivate student-athletes and manage interpersonal dynamics between student-athletes.
- Ability to efficiently and safely organize and manage an intramural sports event involving participants of varying abilities.
- Experience and understanding of working with neurodiverse student populations.
- Three or more years of athletics coaching experience at the high school or collegiate level.
- First Aid certification.
The Softball Coach position requires the ability to stand for prolonged periods of time and the ability to lift 40 pounds safely.
Anticipated compensation for this role is as follows:
- Head Coach—$2,400 (full year, $1,200 per semester)