Butler University seeks a 12-month assistant football coach to assist with managing and supervising the day-to-day operations of the athletic team including teaching, coaching, recruiting, and academic monitoring. The assistant coach will provide leadership and support for the vision and strategies of Butler’s football program.
Assist with teaching and coaching during practices and games. Emphasis on offense.
Assist with all practice planning, game planning and scouting.
Assist with pre and post season conditioning and weight training.
Assist with academic monitoring and the personal development of student-athletes.
Assist with evaluation and recruitment of academically qualified and highly skilled student-athletes.
Contribute to building a positive team culture.
Administrative duties- As assigned.
Earned four year baccalaureate degree required. Masters preferred.
Collegiate coaching and/or playing experience preferred.
Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations required.
Desired candidate will have outstanding verbal communication
and leadership skills and be able to work effectively with student-athletes, coaches, administrators and staff.
Butler University is a nationally recognized comprehensive university encompassing five colleges—Arts, Communication, Education, Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Pharmacy and Health Sciences—and the Andre B. Lacy School of Business. Together, they offer more than 60 undergraduate areas of study, eight pre-professional programs, and 19 graduate programs. Around 4,700 students are enrolled at Butler, ...representing 45 states and 49 countries. Ninety-five percent of Butler students will have participated in some form of internship, student teaching, clinical rotation, research, or service learning by the time they graduate. This community-centered immersion is coupled with classroom learning that nurtures critical thinking, effective communication, cooperative teamwork, and ethical decision making to prepare students for both professional success and to have lasting impact in their communities.