Direct and manage all aspects of
Division I Men’s and Women’s Track Program. Train and coach student-athletes to maximize their potential during practice and competitions, provide strong student-athlete experience, recruit and retain students who can succeed at NU athletically and academically; supervise and mentor assistant coaches and staff; embrace academic integrity; oversee program budget and fundraise as needed; operate program within
, University and conference guidelines; demonstrate commitment to department mission and core values; participate in public relation activities; schedule non-conference games.
Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred. A minimum of four years of successful coaching experience on the
collegiate level is required; head coaching experience preferred. Commitment to integrity and University’s academic mission required.
A Criminal Background Check is required for this position.
Documents Needed to Apply
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"In the latter part of the 19th century, Boston was in need of an evening law program- So this university gave it one- It certainly isn’t a concept that would turn heads today- But back when Professor Robert Gray Dodge delivered the school’s first lecture in Property on the evening of October 3, 1898, the idea was revolutionary- That wasn’t the only one- The school was founded on the notion that a law school could and should respond to the needs of local community — a maverick educational idea at the time. Flash forward another 40 years or so and the university’s mission — to fuse theory and practice with ethical and social justice ideals so students understand what lawyers do, how they should do it and the difference they can make in the lives of others — still rings true, louder than ever! "