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The University of Minnesota, Crookston is one of five campuses in the University of Minnesota land-grant system.  A small campus with access to big university resources, the U of M, Crookston is a coordinate campus that provides a unique applied learning and technology-driven approach to education, research and service.  Our 237-acre campus is located in Northwest Minnesota in the beautiful Red River Valley, one of the richest and most diversified agricultural regions in the United States and has an enrollment of 1,200 degree seeking students, with a total headcount of approximately 2,100 students. The U of M, Crookston has been recognized as a U.S. News "Best College" since 1999 in the "Midwest Public Comprehensive Baccalaureate Colleges" category.  The Crookston campus was ranked one of the "Most Wired Colleges in America" by Yahoo! Internet Life Online.  Our technology initiatives have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Converge magazine, Online Learning magazine and Minnesota Public Radio. Full time positions offer competitive salaries; vacation, holiday, and sick leave pay; retirement benefits; career enrichment programs; opportunities for advancement; free undergraduate tuition; health, dental, and life insurance benefits; pleasant working conditions; and convenient location and parking. A comprehensive explanation of available benefits can be viewed at: http://www1.umn.edu/ohr/benefits/summary

Positions currently open at UMC are listed below. Visit the University of Minnesota’s official job site at https://employment.umn.edu for job open and close dates, position category, appointment term and type, promotional consideration information, complete application instructions, and other important information.

University of Minnesota, Crookston is an equal opportunity educator and employer


ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR/SENIOR WOMEN’S ADMINISTRATOR (Class #9339)
ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT

POSITION: Full-time, 12-month, annual renewable position starting as soon as possible. RESPONSIBILITIES: Works within the framework of the entire athletic department and supervised by the Athletic Director. Provides leadership in the Athletic Office, and is recognized as a positive and knowledgeable individual. Primary responsibilities are 1) UMC Senior Women’s Administrator including monitor gender equity issues at UMC, supervisor for Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, teaching NCAA CHAMPS Life Skills program and keeping abreast of NCAA and Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference knowledge; 2) UMC Athletic Marketing Director including implementing a comprehensive marketing plan for the UMC Athletic Department and increase revenue through marketing/promotions; and 3) Assist in the day-to-day responsibilities of the Athletic Department including assisting the Athletic Director in budget monitoring, and making necessary payments for the athletic department, monitoring work study personnel, overseeing the Media Relations office, attending NSIC/NCAA meetings as required, assisting Athletic Director and Teambackers in fund raising activities and identifying and talking to new donors, working with Compliance and Athletic Director to assure compliance with the NCAA, overseeing game management personnel & duties, assisting the Athletic Director in making decisions critical to the progress of the athletic program and other duties as assigned by the Athletic Director.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree, personal commitment to integrity of the athletic program & the concept of the student-athlete, knowledge of NCAA Division II rules & regulations, and basic computer skills. Final job offer contingent upon complete background check and receipt of official transcripts.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Earned Master’s degree, excellent interpersonal & motivational skills, and previous experience working in an athletic program.
APPLICATION PROCESS: Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Visit https://employment.umn.edu for complete instructions on how to apply electronically.


DISABILITY SPECIALIST (Class #9746)
STUDENT AFFAIRS & ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT

POSITION: Full-time, 10-month (term-D), annual renewable (type-K) appointment based on funding & performance starting August 11, 2014.
JOB SUMMARY: The Disability Specialist (Class #9746 - Associate Education Specialist) provides or arranges for reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities to ensure access to courses, employment, programs, facilities, services and activities on campus. This position serves as spokesperson for the area/unit; plans and implements programs for special segments of the University population such as students with learning disabilities; and assists faculty with designing/incorporating computer-based or audio-visual based instructional materials into courses.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Provide direct service (75%) - Monitor and maintain student information including disability documentation and case file information. Maintain up-to-date and accurate case records and notes; assist students in understanding their disabilities and their legal rights and responsibilities and help students obtain disability documentation and determine reasonable accommodations; provide information, referral and support to prospective and enrolled students with disabilities; assess the interaction of the student’s disability with the academic environment as well as develop and coordinate a plan for the provision of reasonable accommodations; maintain strict confidentiality of protected information; manage urgent student situations by working with mental health providers both on and off campus; facilitate communication and provide on-going consultation and problem-solving assistance for faculty, staff and prospective and enrolled students with disabilities; promote student self-advocacy, independence and development; conduct regular reviews of student files; consult with other colleagues and supervisor regarding case management; and design and perform testing and other assessment tools. Institutional support to ensure effective operation and continuous process improvement (15%) - Provide leadership to Disability Services activities and work groups; document and analyze processes and practices. Suggest improvements to current processes, practices and communication efforts; promote Universal Design and Universal Instructional Design in campus practices and assist faculty with designing/incorporating computer-based/audio-visual instructional materials ; stay abreast of national, state and local disability legislation and issues; participate in University, campus and department meetings and committees as assigned; and initiate research grants, special projects, and programs in consultation with various constituencies within the campus community. Outreach (5%) - Organize and/or conduct workshops, provide training and presentations to the University and the community on relevant disability-related topics; provide consultation/technical assistance on disability issues as needed or requested by individuals and groups at the University and in the community; and serve as a liaison to University departments and units as assigned. Professional activities and professional development (5%) - Participates in on-going training and outreach activities at the University and in the community, upon approval by supervisor; maintain membership with relevant professional organizations; participate in professional development activities through presentations, publications and attendance at conferences or related activities; and participate in University organizations serving individuals with disabilities
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in student services, counseling, psychology, or related field prior to the start of employment; experience working with young adults; ability to read, write, and understand English; and knowledge and direct service experience in educational and human service development and/or delivery. Final job offer contingent upon receipt of official transcripts and complete background check.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience in higher education providing service to college students; experience working with individuals who have a disability, familiarity with disability education law and disability services; excellent organizational, interpersonal, communication, time management skills; a good understand of specialized technology related to disability services; possess a strong work ethic; and ability to function successfully in a team oriented environment.
APPLICATION PROCESS: Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Visit https://employment.umn.edu for complete instructions on how to apply electronically.

CHILD CARE TEACHER (Class #4909)
EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT CENTER

POSITION: 50% time (approximately 20 hours per week) 9-month position at $14.74/hr. starting August 21, 2014. Hours of work will vary from Monday through Friday.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Participate in establishing/maintaining attractive, safe, healthy, & respectful learning environment; assist in planning/carrying out developmentally appropriate activities for children; implement program plans; provide care, education, & supervision of children; observe, record, & report individual/group behavior; establish good working relationships with parents; conduct routine parent conferences; plan and provide for sanitary, social, and positive meal/snack times for children; and follow licensing & program policies.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A combination of education, work/intern experience that meets State of MN State Human Services Licensing Act, Rule 3 (9503.0033) requirements for Child Care Centers; one year experience working with infants/toddlers/pre-school children; comply with Rule 11 of the State Human Services Licensing Act (background study & reference check); current certification in CPR and able to read, write, & understand English.
PREFERED QUALIFICATIONS: Preference given to candidates who have four year degree in Early Childhood Development or related field, First Aid training for child care providers; good human relations skills and good interpersonal, written/verbal communication skills.
APPLICATION PROCESS: Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Visit https://employment.umn.edu for complete instructions on how to apply electronically.

CHILD CARE TEACHER (Class #4909)
EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT CENTER

POSITION: 75% time (approximately 30 hours per week) 9-month position at $14.74/hr. starting August 21, 2014. Hours of work will vary from Monday through Friday.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Participate in establishing/maintaining attractive, safe, healthy, & respectful learning environment; assist in planning/carrying out developmentally appropriate activities for children; implement program plans; provide care, education, & supervision of children; observe, record, & report individual/group behavior; establish good working relationships with parents; conduct routine parent conferences; plan and provide for sanitary, social, and positive meal/snack times for children; and follow licensing & program policies.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A combination of education, work/intern experience that meets State of MN State Human Services Licensing Act, Rule 3 (9503.0033) requirements for Child Care Centers; one year experience working with infants/toddlers/pre-school children; comply with Rule 11 of the State Human Services Licensing Act (background study & reference check); current certification in CPR and able to read, write, & understand English.
PREFERED QUALIFICATIONS: Preference given to candidates who have four year degree in Early Childhood Development or related field, First Aid training for child care providers; good human relations skills and good interpersonal, written/verbal communication skills.
APPLICATION PROCESS: Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Visit https://employment.umn.edu for complete instructions on how to apply electronically.


DIRECTOR OF ACADEMIC SUCCESS CENTER (Class #9340 – Program Director)
ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

POSITION:
Full-time, 12-month (Term-A), annual renewable (Type –K) position starting July 7, 2014 or as soon as possible thereafter.
JOB SUMMARY: Work within the Academic Affairs team and collaborating closely with Student Affairs, the Director provides campus leadership for academic success and retention initiatives. The Director manages and continuously improves the overall operation of the Academic Success Center (ASC). This position functions as a contact for University faculty, staff, and administrators regarding student persistence efforts and ensures that students receive consistent, prompt academic assistance.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Provide leadership for development, implementation, management, and continuous improvement of academic support programs and processes, academic advising, and retention efforts (40%) including coordinating with academic departments and student affairs to promote the academic success of all students; working collaboratively with others (e.g., Institutional Effectiveness, Retention Committee, academic departments), define measures of academic success, effective academic advising, and retention; collect and analyze data; propose and evaluate improvements to improve results in key processes; working collaborative with others (e.g., Advising Committee, faculty and staff advisors, Registrar), develop and implement ongoing training program for academic advising; serve as point person for advising resources (e.g., NACADA, UMC Advising Manual); providing leadership in developing and implementing policies and procedures related to the academic support and success of students; providing leadership in developing and evaluating retention programs for “at-risk” students; overseeing the follow-up on current students who have not enrolled for the next semester; managing process, implementation, data, and communication of the University’s processes when students leave the University prior to the end of the semester or when they do not return due to transfer, stop-out, drop-out, etc. Manage and continuously improve operations of the Academic Success Center (40%), including Conditional Admit Program, Contract Program, tutoring programs, proctoring services, and other services including planning, implementing, coordinating, monitoring, and evaluating the specific programs, operations, activities, services, and budgets of the ASC; developing and modifying programs and services in accordance with University objectives and student needs; managing department personnel, including hiring, training, evaluating, coaching, discipline, and discharge (as needed) of staff; leading planning and execution of department strategies and goals; organizing and conducting department meetings, confer with staff to plan and integrate activities, resolve problems, assign work, and evaluate the professional performance of staff; managing departmental budget to achieve unit objectives within budget constraints; and providing direct service to students, as appropriate. Represent departmental needs to various constituencies (15%) including representing the Academic Success Center in meetings and UMC committees (e.g., SEMC, Retention, Advising, Admissions) and attending local, state, and national workshops and conferences. Other duties as assigned by the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs (5%).
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in Education, Counseling, Psychology, Student Development, Higher Education Administration, or related field; excellent written/oral communication, presentation, interpersonal and teambuilding skills; demonstrated ability to lead complex projects; ability to establish rapport with a wide variety of people; ability to read, write, and understand English; capacity to create cooperative relationships; and experience using MS Office. Final job offer contingent upon receipt of official transcripts and complete background check.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. in Education, Counseling, Psychology, Student Development, Higher Education Administration, or related field; experience working in higher education; academic advising experience; previous experience in student retention efforts; competency in data analysis; knowledge of student development theories; and training in higher education retention strategies.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Visit https://employment.umn.edu for application instructions and to apply electronically. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

ADMISSIONS COUNSELOR (Class #8460 - Student Personnel Worker)
ADMISSIONS OFFICE

POSITION: Full-time, 12-month position at $15.95/hr. starting July 7, 2014, or as soon as possible thereafter.
JOB SUMMARY: The Admissions Counselor is responsible for student recruitment, territory planning, outreach activities, and individual office management. The admissions counselor will work to identify, recruit, and enroll qualified high school students, transfer students, and working professionals from specific recruiting territory. This individual will work with enrollment technology to ensure timely documentation of student information. Each admissions team member takes on special projects within the office and this position will oversee the PSEO and Student Callers. Collaboration is imperative to this work and is required with both on and off campus constituents.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Recruiting (80%) including counseling student through the college search funnel from prospect to enrolled student; strategizing, planning and executing marketing and recruiting activities; representing the campus at a variety of on and off campus events with the intent of recruiting students to attend UMC; planning and hosting all on campus visit opportunities for students including large open house events, individual campus visits, and overnight campus visits; serving as a UMC contact for the high schools and community colleges throughout the upper Midwest; managing an assigned recruitment territory; coordinating recruitment activities with other/departments areas across the campus; assisting with the implementation of new student registration, check-in, and orientation; supervising work-study and student volunteers in recruitment activities. PSEO Coordinator (10%) including serving as the main liaison between UMC and all other stakeholders involved in the Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Programs including the MN DOE, all MN School Districts, parents of PSEO students, the UMC Business Office, the UMC Bookstore, and the UMC Registrar’s office; managing all paperwork required for students to enroll through the PSEO program; counsels PSEO students through the application and enrollment process; manages PSEO student registration; and ensures that other offices across campus receive appropriate PSEO enrollment data. Student Calling Program Manager (10%) including managing student calling program; advertises, recruits, selects, trains, and schedules the student callers to give share more about UMC with prospective students via a phone call; and additional duties as assigned by the supervisor.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of relevant education and experiences totaling five years; ability to travel and work occasional weeknight and weekends; valid driver's license; some overnight travel required; and ability to read, write and understand English. Final job offer contingent upon receipt of official college transcripts and complete background check.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Excellent verbal and written communication, customer service, project management, organizational, analytical and interpersonal skills; ability to handle stressful situations in a positive manner and evidence of experience in a contributive team environment ; experience working in University environment; demonstrated excellence in collaboration and creating a team oriented and goal focused environment; and ability to function effectively in a complex organizational environment and ability to successfully relate and interact with diverse groups of people.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Visit https://employment.umn.edu for complete application instructions and to apply electronically. The position will remain open until filled.


ASSISTANT COUNSELOR (Class #9706)
CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND COUNSELING DEPARTMENT

POSITION: Half-time, 9-month (R-term), annual renewable (K-type) appointment based on funding & performance starting August 18, 2014.
JOB SUMMARY: The Assistant Counselor counsels students in order to work out and solve both simple and complex problems with general supervisory guidance as well as helping in planning and supervising activity programs for alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention programming for various student groups and organizations. The Assistant Counselor will report to the Director of Counseling. The primary areas of responsibility are that of Counselor in providing individual and group counseling, preventative counseling, and crisis response both during and after office hours, and providing consultation on mental health issues to students, faculty, and staff.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Provide direct Services (90%) - Counsels students requiring assistance in the solution of educational vocational, emotional, social and related problems; advises and assists individuals in working out an adjustment or solutions to their problems; refers students and group members to other campus agencies where specialized assistance is needed; develops and implements various academic and student personnel services; assists in curriculum planning and coordinates course scheduling for various academic programs; helps to plan activity programs for alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention programming for various student groups and organizations; advises and assists student leaders regarding aims, policies, plans and philosophies; acts as liaison between students and University officials and between the University and outside agencies or groups; and provides and participates in staff meetings and seminars; prepares periodic reports on activities and projects. Other institutional support (10%) - Participate in University, campus, and department meetings and committees as assigned; utilize titanium in documentation and analysis of department counseling practices; stay abreast of national, state and local counseling policies and procedures; help to organize and/or conduct seminars, workshops for student, faculty and staff on relevant counseling topics; provide consultation and technical assistance on s and in the community; serve as liaison to University departments and units as assigned; participate in on-going training and outreach at the University and in the community, upon approval by the supervisor; maintain membership with relevant organizations; participate in professional development activities through presentations, webinars, publications and attendance at conferences or related activities; participate in University organizations serving individuals in the counseling area; and other related functions.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in counseling, student personnel psychology, or related area; and ability to read, write, and understand English. Final job offer contingent upon receipt of official transcripts and complete background check.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Two years of experience in the counseling field and experience working with college students.
APPLICATION PROCESS: Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Visit https://employment.umn.edu for complete instructions on how to apply electronically.


PROGRAM DIRECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL ADMISSIONS (Class #9340)
ADMISSIONS & ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT

POSITION: Full-time, 12-month, annually renewable position starting February 10, 2014 or as soon as possible thereafter.
JOB SUMMARY: The Program Director of International Admissions is responsible for the recruitment and admissions of international students; and the coordination of orientation and other international student activities on campus.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Develop and implement the campus’s international recruitment and enrollment process (75%) including: develop a strategic marketing, recruitment, and communication plans for international students; this includes domestic and international recruitment trips; work collaboratively with the Director of International Programs on SEVIS efforts in creating I-20 documents and maintenance of new student data in SEVIS system, as well as records for non-enrolled (no-show) students and prospective students; accountable for the day-to-day correspondence with students regarding admission questions including immigration issues, and follow-up for recruitment and enrollment activities; work and communicate effective with internal and external constituents; DHS, USCIS, NAFSA, community and area organizations; manage email and letter track (communication plan) with prospective students, applicants, admitted, and confirmed students, as well as status updates; handle phone and email correspondence with prospective students and family members/friends; improve and maintain web site at international admission level; make admission decisions on first-year and transfer international applicants; prepare and maintain regular reports on all contacts with prospective students; review the applications for admissibility (meeting immigration specifications and UMC standards); assist with recruitment material development and maintenance of current materials; and assist with other duties as assigned. Coordinate the orientation and transition of internationals students to UMC (25%) including maintain confidentiality of information that is sensitive in nature, such as immigration status; coordinate the registration of classes and answer all e-mails regarding housing, immunizations, orientations, etc. prior to arrival; coordinate new student orientation at the beginning of each semester; correspond with new students welcoming them to campus; address academic and personal questions from newly admitted students; evaluate orientation program each semester to ensure that the program is meeting student needs; provide students with information on cultural adjustment and help them through the process; coordinate cultural events to aid international students in the adjustment to this culture (especially during first weeks); and prepare/disseminate pre-arrival materials.
MINIMUM QUALIFCATIONS: Bachelor’s degree; two years work experience in higher education in admissions, international student advising, or student affairs; proficient in the use of computer technology and/ or willingness to learn (Software includes Microsoft office suite; Image Now; PeopleSoft; email; calendaring); ability to demonstrate organizational and detail-oriented skills; excellent public relations skills and ability to promote UMC to prospective students; ability to develop cooperative and supportive relationships; knowledge of immigration laws and regulations regarding international students; experience in international admissions; and willingness to become a NAFSA member and to abide by the NAFSA code of ethics. Final job offer contingent upon complete background check and receipt of official transcripts.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in international education or related field; foreign language skills and overseas study, work living or travel experience; knowledge of higher education systems around the world; knowledge of basics of foreign credential evaluations; excellent oral and written communication skills and cross-cultural sensitivity and presentation skills; ability to foster relationships with outside organizations including Customs and Border Patrol, US Citizenship and Immigration Services, SEVP, and Department of Homeland Security; and experience performing budget development/management functions and experience supervising the work of students.
APPLICATION PROCESS: Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Visit https://employment.umn.edu for complete instructions on how to apply electronically.


SENIOR MAINTENANCE ELECTRICAN (Class #6064)
FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

POSITION:
Full-time position at $20.74/hr. starting as soon as possible.
POSITION SUMMARY: This position serves as a lead worker to Maintenance Electricians and various other helpers in trouble shooting, installing and maintaining electrical systems and related equipment. This position is responsible for various electrical tasks including service, maintenance and installation of electrical fixtures and wiring.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Will serve as master of record for the University of Minnesota, Crookston. Repair, replace and maintain various building and grounds electrical components including lighting, stoves, motors, generators, chargers, contractors, controllers and other electrical appliances. Rewinds armatures, machines commutators and replaces brushes (55%). Install, repair and maintain Fire Alarm System to include smoke and heat detectors, horns, pull stations, panels and fire alarm network (10%). Install electrical wiring, devices and equipment for remodeling and special projects to include installation of conduit, wire, switches, panels, boxes, outlets and related equipment. Uses tools such as hacksaw, pipe benders and threaders (10%). Make periodic inspections of electrical equipment and wiring to determine maintenance or repair needs, electrical load on voltages and to check for electrical fire hazards (10%). Perform emergency and regular line repair work (5%). Track and maintain electrical supply inventory which includes purchasing of supplies, identifying new equipment required for various construction and remodeling projects, and conducting time and material estimates for electrical projects (10%).
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Masters Electrician (state of Minnesota) license; and ability to lift fifty pounds; able to read, write, and understand English. Final job offer contingent upon complete background check.
APPLICATION PROCESS: Visit the University of Minnesota’s official job site at https://employment.umn.edu for job open and close dates, position category, appointment term and type, promotional consideration information, complete application instructions, and other important information. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER (Class #9795)
POSITION: Full-time, 10-month (K-term), annual renewable (K-type) position starting July 28, 2014.
RESPONSIBILITIES: The Assistant Athletic Trainer provides athletic training services for the athletic department. Promotes health, conditioning and physical well-being of student athletes; provides first aid; promotes injury prevention and facilitates rehabilitation programs. The Assistant Athletic Trainer is responsible for prevention of athletic injuries and illness, evaluation of athletic injuries, treatment of athletic injuries. Provide counseling and education to student athletes, assist with coordination and scheduling of medical coverage for home and away competitions, recordkeeping and documentation, work with doctors and other allied health professionals to deliver care to student athletes. Perform a variety of duties specifically related to training aspects of the program. Travel with assigned team(s) to competitions. Assist in supervision of work study student and interns. The person must keep informed of current eligibility rules and regulations, and adhere to all appropriate rules and regulations/policies which include; University of Minnesota, NCAA, NSIC. Other duties as assigned by the athletic director.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in Athletics Training, Exercise Science or related field awarded by start date; certification by the National Athletic Trainers Association, excellent interpersonal and motivational skills; personal commitment to integrity of the athletic program and the concept of the student-athlete; knowledge of NCAA Division II rules and regulations; basic computer skills; and ability to read, write, and understand English. Travel with assigned team(s) to competitions required. Final job offer contingent upon complete background check and receipt of official transcripts.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Earned Master’s degree.
APPLICATION PROCESS: Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. All applications must be submitted electronically. Visit https://employment.umn.edu for complete instructions on how to apply electronically.

HEAD WOMEN’S SOFTBALL COACH (Class #9791)
POSITION: Full-time, 10-month (K-term), annual renewable (K-type) position starting July 28, 2014, or as soon as possible thereafter.
RESPONSIBILITIES: The Head Women’s Softball Coach is responsible for directing, supervising, and evaluating all aspects of the Women’s Softball Program; assisting with public and media relations efforts; recruiting players; supervising and evaluating assistant softball coaches; monitoring student athletes academic progress; organizing, staffing, and supervising practice and off-season programs; managing softball budget; developing game schedules in consultation with the Athletic Director; assisting in fundraising, and other duties as assigned by the Athletic Director.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree; excellent interpersonal and motivational skills; personal commitment to integrity of the athletic program and the concept of the student-athlete, knowledge of NCAA Division II rules and regulations and basic computer skills. Final job offer contingent upon complete background check and receipt of official transcripts.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Masters or advanced degree; NCAA Division II recruiting experience, 3-5 years collegiate coaching experience.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Visit http://employment.umn.edu for complete instructions on how to apply electronically. Position will remain open until filled.

RECRUITMENT OF COACHES FOR 2014-15
POSITIONS: The Athletic Department may need coaches or assistant coaches on a short-term or temporary basis during the 2014-2015 academic year in one or more of the following areas: Baseball, Equestrian, Football, Men’s Basketball, Men’s Golf, Women’s Basketball, Women’s Fastpitch Softball, Women’s Golf, Women’s Soccer, Women’s Tennis, and Women’s Volleyball. A bachelor’s degree and prior playing and/or coaching experience in the particular sport are required.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor's degree and prior playing and/or coaching experience in the particular sport. Final job offer contingent upon complete background check and receipt of official transcripts.
APPLICATION PROCESS: All applications must be submitted online. Visit https://employment.umn.edu for complete instructions on how to apply electronically using Athletics Requisition #191065. In addition to submitting the requested information, if you have the ability to scan your college transcripts, please do so.


 
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