Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach (2 vacancies)

first_imgSuggested Salary RangeCommensurate with qualifications and experience Must be able to work late nights. Must be able to travel. Appalachian State University, in North Carolina’s Blue RidgeMountains, prepares students to lead purposeful lives as globalcitizens who understand and engage their responsibilities increating a sustainable future for all. The transformationalAppalachian experience promotes a spirit of inclusion that bringspeople together in inspiring ways to acquire and create knowledge,to grow holistically, to act with passion and determination, andembrace diversity and difference. As one of 17 campuses in theUniversity of North Carolina system, Appalachian enrolls about20,000 students, has a low student-to-faculty ratio and offers morethan 150 undergraduate and graduate majors. Description of University Position Number066661 Physical Demands of Position Position TitleAssistant Women’s Basketball Coach (2 vacancies) Quick Link Essential Duties and Responsibilities Diversity and Inclusion at Appalachian Instructs the women’s basketball team assigned fundamentals andskills necessary for a successful programPlayer development; overseeing the academic progress ofstudent-athletesOn-court coachingOn and off campus recruiting; scoutingPractice and game planning/preparationBudget management Minimum Qualificationscenter_img Bachelor’s degree: Collegiate coaching experience includingdemonstrated experience in the recruiting process of qualifiedstudent-athletesThorough knowledge of NCAA regulationsKnowledge of and prior experience with administration ofcollegiate team travelStrong organizational, communication, and public relationsskills; and computer proficency DepartmentWomen’s Basketball – 120102 We at Appalachian State University are committed to diversity,equity, and inclusive excellence both locally and globally.We understand that the successful implementation of diversity,equity, and inclusive excellence is the responsibility of theentire university community, including alumni and officialuniversity governing bodies. A diverse campus community supports aninflux of broad and distinct ideas that increase learningopportunities and strengthen the impact of our community as we workcollectively to achieve a just experience for all.We actively encourage, support, and promote a global mindset and anequitable environment where all will know that they belong and aresafe to express their culture, identity, values, ideas, opinions,and creativity. We are committed to creating a culture of equityopportunity for all, one that has an expectation of fairness,justice, and equity-minded practice at all levels of the universitycommunity. Special Instructions to Applicants The athletic program at Appalachian State University operates onthe premise that intercollegiate athletics is an integral part ofthe institution’s overall program of education. Priority is givento high standards of both academic and athletic quality — the goalbeing the complete development of the student-athlete. License/Certification Required Appalachian State University is an Affirmative Action/EqualOpportunity Employer. The University does not discriminate inaccess to its educational programs and activities, or with respectto hiring or the terms and conditions of employment, on the basisof race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity andexpression, political affiliation, age, disability, veteran status,genetic information or sexual orientation. Please attach required documents:Cover LetterResumeList a minimum of 3 professional references in theapplication. The Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach will assist the headcoach in all aspects of daily operations of a Division Iintercollegiate women’s basketball program, works within theDepartment of Athletics, and corresponds with parents, recruits,visiting teams, and community members.This position will assist with: AA/EEO Statementlast_img read more

Palais maintain consistency, says Tietjens

first_imgRUGBY BY SIMON KESLEP ICTSI South Pacific PNG Palais are maintaining their fitness by consistently running and maintaining their body weights. They are doing this in isolation training programs says Coach Paul Tietjens. The Tietjens coached side were one of the national teams affected by the effects of Coronavirus (Covid-19) which saw some global sports competitions put on hold while others suspended. He said the team was supposed to play a friendly trial against Australia but unfortunately this did not eventuate. According to Tietjens, Palais were preparing for the World Series Qualifier and their preparations include having some game time in Australia. Players who have maintained consistency in game combinations at the top representative level include Kymlie Rapilla, Lynette Kwarula, Alice Alois, Tanya Lavai, Fatima Rama, Cathy Puro and Chelsea Garesa. While those stepping back into the spotlight for representative duties include Yolanda Gittins, Gemma Schnaubelt and Marlugu Dixon. “Unfortunately it was disappointing for us but then again the girls understood it was all about the health and safety of the team with regards to Coronavirus. We plan for a training camp in Port Moresby and currently the girls were issued isolation training programs,” said Coach Tietjens. These training programs include running, fitness and body weight purposely to maintain consistency. Tietjens said his advice to all the players is to keep self motivation and positive mindset despite not having enough game time. Following his father’s coaching footsteps, Tietjens young coaching career has also come into experiencing a new norm of reaching out with his players using technology to communicate and keep track of players training. “We are fortunate to do things on line, we know it’s a bit challenging but we just have to go with it and hope things get back to normal. Stay motivated, stay discipline and complete training sessions,” said Tietjens. Coach Tietjens also said there is nothing official as yet from Oceania Rugby or the international rugby as to when international representative tournaments kicks off.last_img read more