Head Men’s Basketball Coach Job Description:
- Minot State University (Minot, ND) seeks qualified applicants for the position of Head Men’s Basketball Coach. Minot State University is an NCAA DII member and is entering the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference in 2012-13.
Head Men’s Basketball Coach Job Requirements:
- Bachelor’s degree is required, master’s degree preferred.
- Previous collegiate coaching experience preferred.
- Duties: Responsible for administering all aspects of the men’s basketball program, including…
- student-athlete recruitment,
- program planning,
- student-athlete welfare,
- budget administration and staff management.
- Candidates must possess excellent communication, leadership and motivational skills.
- Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Send letter of application, resume and names and phone numbers of three references to: Rick Hedberg, Athletic Director, Minot State University, 500 University Ave W, Minot, ND 58707 or email@example.com Review of applications will begin July 23, 2012.
The position will remain open until filled. Minot State University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.
Minot State University was founded in 1913 to serve the citizens of northwest North Dakota. It is located in the city of Minot with 50,000 residents. With beautiful parks and neighborhoods, the city is served by Delta, United and Alligent Airlines and Amtrak. Abundant outdoor activities are available, including boating, fishing and camping at the nearby Garrison Dam on the Missouri River. Campus life is engaging and active, with cultural, community, and athletic events and activities. The arts include two theatre companies, three art galleries, choral groups, and a symphony orchestra and opera company. The university’s athletic programs have earned national championships in cross-country and conference titles in football and basketball, earning berths in national tournaments. The university has been accepted for membership into the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference beginning in 2012-2013, one of the premier NCAA DII conferences in the country.
A major U. S. Air Force base, responsible for one-third of America’s missile silos, is located north of the city of Minot and includes approximately 13,000 military personnel. Minot State primarily serves North Dakota, Montana, and several contiguous Canadian provinces. In 1996, Dakota College at Bottineau (formerly MSU-Bottineau), a community college seventy-five miles northeast of Minot became part of the university. The university has evolved from a normal school to a Carnegie Master’s I institution. It is the third largest four-year higher education institution in the state, with an enrollment of 3,700 students. Three colleges comprise the school’s academic offerings: Arts and Sciences, Business, and Education and Health Sciences. Nine master’s degrees are offered in such areas as management, elementary education, and mathematics. There is a rich mix of liberal and professional programs offering 60 majors at the undergraduate level. Minot State University is an important member of the North Dakota University System, comprised of 11 institutions representing doctoral, master’s, baccalaureate, and community colleges. The State Board of Higher Education consists of nine members and is the governing board of the System. The Minot State University Board of Regents, with a membership of over 60 community leaders, acts as an advisory board and champion for the institution. The university is a leader in online deliveries and technology. Even with the state’s shift in demographics, the university is poised for future growth by aggressively recruiting students from wider regional and international sectors. The faculty at Minot State consists of tenured, tenure-track, and special contract full-time positions and part-time positions. While faculty members are devoted to teaching, they increasingly contribute in the scholarship to their respective fields. A growing number of faculty conduct research with students as full-partners. An increasing number of faculty are engaged in the economic improvement of the region and state. Minot State has an active research and service agenda, which strives to engage students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in research with faculty. The research enhances teaching and learning, addresses the needs of the community and region, and educates students to think critically, communicate effectively, and contribute meaningfully to the livelihood of our state, region, country, and beyond.