The Professor of Physical Education/Assistant Women's Basketball Coach shall be responsible to the Head Women's Basketball Coach and the Director of Athletics. Duties and responsibilities shall be, but not limited to, the following: COACH 1) Assist Head Coach as he/she determines involving team workouts, team travel, recruiting, budgeting, video, practice/game preparation, scheduling, etc.; 2) Responsible for the instruction and management of the athletic techniques course and weight training courses available for the program; 3) Orientate each athlete as to grade requirements and expectations; 4) Monitor and encourage athletes to attend class and fulfill degree requirements; 5) Supervise Study Hall; 6) Arrange for tutors in Learning Lab; 7) Periodic grade checks; 8) Assist in dorm supervision and dining hall when needed, providing there is no conflict with athletic activities; 9) Follow and abide by NJCAA and WJCAC rules, guidelines, and/or policies; 10) Performs other duties as assigned or required; PROFESSOR: 1) Achieve and maintain a high level of competency as a teacher of students, demonstrating growth in the knowledge of his/her particular subject matter field(s) and in the ability to direct the learning processes; 2) Work for the general improvement of the overall instructional program-including recommending needed additions to the library and instructional resources; 3) Participate in a process of continual personal and professional improvement; 4) Actively participate in the intuitional goals and objectives designed to support the mission of the college; 5) Advise students and be available for student's conferences at scheduled times during the college day. Each professor is expected to post approved office hours for student conferences and to make these times known to students; 6) Participate in college service through standing committees, sponsoring and helping student groups manage their extra-curricular activities, and involvement in other related college organizations and activities; 7) Follow all policies and procedures of NMJC as published by the Faculty Handbook, college catalog, and current contract; and, 8) Nothing contained herein shall limit the President in assigning the employee to any of the various college activities for which he/she would be qualified in order to meet the needs of New Mexico Junior College.
Bachelor's degree required. Experience as a college basketball player or Assistant Coach in basketball. Sound background and knowledge of basketball coaching. Must be committed to excellence in instruction/coaching and willing to work.
Additional Salary Information: Salary is based on the NMJC faculty salary schedule and is commensurate with education and experience for a nine month position. Coaching stipend of $5,000 will be added to base salary. Standard employee benefits apply.
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New Mexico Junior College, as a comprehensive Community College, promotes success through learning. Our mission will be achieved by building a culture that values and promotes excellence, effectiveness, responsiveness, access, and community involvement. New Mexico Junior College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in its employment practices on the basis of age, race, religion, sex, color, national origin, or disability.