Location: Newport, RI Category: Education Posted On: Fri May 14 2021 Job Description:
Coaches, supervises and develops a women's club rugby sport team in accordance with institutional and departmental objectives within the rules and regulations of the governing bodies for the club team.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Adhere to the policies and guidelines set forth by the University, NCR Rugby, CCRC and the Athletic Department.
Meets regularly with the Director of Club Sports to go over budget and schedules.
Assists with plans, and preparation for practices and scheduled competitions to provide a positive and competitive experience for players.
Establishes team rules and protocols and implements appropriately.
Provides team supervision at competitions both on and off campus. Interprets and implements the rules and regulations of the team, the department and the university.
Represents the university and team at all appropriate competitions and club meetings.
Staff members shall immediately advise the Athletic Director or Club Sports Director if there is reason to believe that violations have occurred or will occur and shall cooperate fully in any investigation of possible University, NCR Rugby or Conference violations.
OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Perform other duties as assigned by the Club Sports Director or the Director of Athletics.
Baccalaureate degree strongly preferred.
Playing or coaching experience preferred.
Must possess current USA Rugby Level 200 Coaching Certificate.
Must possess current CPR/First Aid Certification.
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