Human Resources

Assistant Women’s Volleyball Coach

Alma College, a private, liberal arts NCAA DIII institution, located in Alma, MI, seeks applications for an Assistant Women’s Volleyball Coach. This is a part-time, entry level staff position in the Department of Athletics. Alma College is seeking a highly-motivated individual for the position of assistant women’s volleyball coach. This 10-month position includes a stipend along with housing, and will begin June 2019. Responsibilities of the Assistant Coach include, but are not limited to: assisting in practice planning and preparation, assist in player development, match analysis, film breakdown and exchange, assist in recruitment of qualified student athletes, organizing team travel arrangements, maintaining team’s social media presence, closely monitoring student-athlete academic needs, assist in any other duties as assigned. Applicant must be self-motivated, organized and have excellent communication skills.

College level playing and or coaching experience required.  Applicant must be willing to travel and have the ability to work nights and weekends as needed.

Interested candidates must submit an Alma College application, resume, cover letter, and list of three professional references to Head Volleyball Coach, Madison Smith, at smithmj@alma.edu.

 For an Alma College application, please go to: https://www.alma.edu/live/files/897-employment-application

The review of applications will take place immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

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 11, 2019