Human Resources

Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach

Alma College invites applications for an Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach. 

The applicant’s primary responsibility will be to assist the Head Coach in all aspects of the women’s soccer program, including but not limited to: coaching, recruiting qualified student athletes, fund raising, camps, developing practice schedules, building community support for the program, monitoring academic progress of student athletes, and knowledgeable of applicable NCAA rules. Also serves as an Instructor for Exercise and Health Studies. 

Applications Deadline – May 5, 2014


Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required.  Candidate must have knowledge of NCAA and MIAA conference rules. Candidates must have the ability to manage multiple tasks. Excellent written and oral skills, knowledge of computer applications, organizational abilities, event planning and camps, fund raising, financial management and recruiting ability and demonstrated commitment or experience working with diverse populations. Candidate must be willing to actively participate in practices and must be able to work weekends/evenings and travel.


Starting Date: July 1, 2014

Salary: Commensurate with Experience


Qualified candidates should submit a letter of application that addresses each of the skills required for the position, a résumé, and the names, addresses, phone numbers, and nature of relationship of four (4) professional references to: John Leister, Athletic Department, Alma College, 614 W. Superior St. Alma, MI 48801.

Alma College is a selective, baccalaureate liberal arts college committed to academic excellence and development of responsible leaders. Alma’s undergraduates thrive on challenging academic programs in a supportive, small-college environment emphasizing active, collaborative learning and close student-faculty interaction. Alma is a private Phi Beta Kappa institution located in the center of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula.

Alma College is an Equal Opportunity employer, and is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty, staff and student body. 

Story published on April 21, 2014