Coaching, Coaching - Cross Country, Coaching - Track & Field
Colby Community College is accepting applications for a full-time Head Track and Cross Country Coach. The coach manages all aspects of men’s and women’s NJCAA track and cross country programs at the collegiate level. The position includes recruiting, coaching, scheduling, academic monitoring, fundraising, budget preparation and compliance. The coach is also responsible for organizing travel to and from events. Must have proven organizational, interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills. Integrity, innovative thinking, understanding of the rural community college, and ability to work as a team is necessary.
Bachelor’s degree required.
Master’s degree and post-secondary coaching experience strongly preferred.
Must have valid driver's license.
Flexible benefits program which includes: options for single and family health and dental coverage, life insurance, reimbursement accounts, sick leave and vacation leave allowances. Participation in state retirement program is required.
APPLICATION Position open until filled.To apply, send letter, resume and all postsecondary transcripts to:
Human Resources Colby Community College 1255 S. Range Colby, KS 67701
Materials may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Colby Community College
Colby Community College is located in northwest Kansas, approximately 50 miles from the Nebraska and Colorado borders. The college has grown from 99 students in the fall of 1964 to around 1,900 today. In athletics, CCC competes at the NJCAA Division I level as a member of the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference.
In addition to an 80-acre main campus, CCC has a 60-acre farm used as a hands-on laboratory and training facility. The college also accommodates hundreds of off-campus students in the 14-county service area through face-to-face, online, and hybrid courses.
A number of studies conclude CCC is a solid educational investment. Colby has a strong history of student performance and ranks among the best in graduation and retention rates for two-year public colleges.