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Direction, supervision & management of the college's softball program at the NJCAA Division I Level under the policies and guidelines of the college, WJCAC and NJCAA; Recruitment of student-athletes on a local, area, regional, state and national level; field management and preparation; Preparation and management of annual operating and scholarship budget; Participation in fund-raising events and community relation's activities; Monitoring student athletes in the softball program to support academic success; Teaching of academic courses or other qualified activities as assigned; Promotion of the softball program and athletics in general in the community; Participation in the college's advising, recruiting and retention activities; and Other duties as assigned by the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation and/or Chair of the Physical Education Department.
1. Bachelor's degree; 2. Established record of successful experience in teaching and coaching softball; and 3. Demonstrated success in recruiting student-athletes capable of succeeding academically and athletically and proven ability to establish positive and effective working relationships with students, administration and community. 4. Ability to obtain and retain a CDL driver's license
OC is proud to have been designated an Achieving the Dream Leader College in 2013. This accomplishment recognizes Odessa College as being in the top 7% of all community colleges nationwide for improving student success and eliminating achievement gaps.
In 2013, OC was invited to join Texas Completes – an elite group of eight community colleges in Texas that share a common vision for deep studen...t success reform. The cadre of colleges educates 43% of the state’s community college students and is committed to accelerating existing reform efforts, creating a center of gravity for innovation, and helping more students find their way and stay on track through college – ultimately turning the tide on the achievement gap.
OC was one of four colleges in the state of Texas to receive the first round of funding to support the development of a Career and Technical Education Early College High School. The funding is designed to help local education leaders plan and launch new opportunities for students to simultaneously earn a high school diploma and a postsecondary credential that prepares them to enter high skill, high demand workforce fields.
OC received the prestigious Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Award of Excellence in recognition of the advances the college is making in improving student success through its Drop Rate Improvement Program (DRIP).
Accreditations, Certifications & Articulation
OC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award Associate degrees.
OC’s offerings are approved by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
For those who wish to continue their education beyond an associate’s degree, OC has more than 50 articulation/transfer agreements with colleges across the country.