Job- Middle Tennessee State Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach

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  • Assist the Head Women’s Basketball Coach develop a quality NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball program that will be competitive on the floor and in the classroom within NCAA guidelines and in a professional manner.

Essential Duties:

  • assist the Head Coach with every phase of a Division I basketball program;
  • assist with all on court practice sessions;
  • oversee individual basketball skill sessions;
  • recruit quality student athletes that can compete at the NCAA Division I level;
  • work with head coach to schedule a competitive Division I schedule;
  • recommend/purchase equipment needed for practice and performance with budgeted funds.
  • Assist the Head Coach to:
    • coach the positions assigned;
    • break down game film;
    • develop scouting reports,
    • develop offensive/defensive skills of assigned position(s);
    • assist to organize and arrange team travel plans;
    • oversee and promote compliance of NCAA rules;
    • work to enhance image of the university;
    • assist in organization of camps and clinics sponsored by the women’s basketball program and promote positive community relations within the local school systems.
  • Serve as an authority figure, a role model and a counselor to our student athletes advising them in matters related to their sport and education.
  • Make public appearances or speak at civic events within the community as assigned;
  • attend National and Conference meetings and/or conventions to remain current in their sport.
  • Expected to know and follow NCAA rules and regulations and successfully pass the recruiting test each year to recruit for the university;
  • expected to immediately report any known violations of NCAA rules to the Director of Compliance;
  • must have a coaching philosophy similar to the head coach.
  • The Head coach is responsible for the oversight of the program and may assign other related duties and special projects as required.


  • Bachelor’s degree and two years of progressively responsible high school, college, Amateur Athletic Union (AAU), and/or professional coaching experience required.
  • Masters degree and four years of progressively responsible professional and/or collegiate coaching experience preferred.

Additional Salary Information:

  • Commensurate with experience
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