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Black Hawk College Assistant Coach in Moline, Illinois

Assistant Coach

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Assistant Coach


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Quad Cities Campus - Moline, IL

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General Information & Responsibilities

GRADE: 101

REPORTS TO: Head Coach and Director of Athletics


GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Assistant Coaches are responsible for assisting in recruiting, coaching, overseeing practices and games, and any other duties that may be required of a coach or assigned by the Head Coach and/or Athletic Director.

Description of Duties


  • Fulfill head coaching in the absence of the Head Coach.

  • Assist in researching and recruiting prospective student-athletes for the athletic program.

  • Assist Head Coach in instructing all members of the team of all policies, procedures, and training rules applicable to the team.

  • Assist in oversight of compliance of all policies, procedures, and training rules applicable to the team.

  • Assume responsibility for the conduct of the student-athletes and other involved students at all times.

  • Work with the Head Coach in planning, scheduling, and developing a season schedule.

  • Assume the responsibilities for the development of a competitive athletic program within the entire program.

  • Drives/transports team members to away events; maintains driver license and satisfactory Motor Vehicle Record.

  • Instruct the student-athletes on the fundamentals, proper training methods, strategies, safety precautions, and health measures pertaining to the sport.

  • Assist in conducting and attending regularly scheduled practices and games.

  • Assist with the recording and tabulating of game statistics.

  • Assists in Managing expenditures allotted for meals, lodging, entry fees or any other necessary expenses.

  • Assist in fundraising efforts.

  • Work with the Head Coach in researching and selecting equipment and supplies for the sport.

  • Responsible for the recording, tabulating and reporting of game and season statistics with Black Hawk College, Region IV, and NJCAA website.

  • Responsible for public relations (newspaper, television, and other local and national media).

  • In the absence of the Head Coach, attend and participate as decision-maker in all meetings required by the Region IV, Arrowhead Conference and/or the Athletic Director.

  • Assists in the planning of the Regional or District Tournament when the Quad City campus is hosting the event.

  • Assist and participate in the budget administration of the athletic program.

  • Monitor the academic progress of each student-athlete in this course and in other courses in conjunction with the Head Coach.

  • Assist in teaching the student-athletes the concepts of time management and appropriate balancing of coursework schedules.

  • Develop and teach the student-athletes the concepts of teamwork, morale, sportsmanship, courtesy, fair play, academic excellence, and strict adherence to rules of training and conduct.

  • Responsible for planning and conducting award activities.

  • Responsible for submitting Annual Report to the Director of Athletics including season records, individual statistics, athletic award winners, goals for the next season and his/her inventory of equipment.

  • Maintains a satisfactory Motor Vehicle Record.


  • Performs other duties as assigned by Head Coach or by Athletic Director.


  • Demonstrates BHC core values.

  • Accuracy and Efficiency of work.

  • Ability to work cooperatively with co-workers.

  • Ability to communicate in pleasant manner with employees, student, vendors, and general public.

  • Ability to successfully perform above job duties.


  • Works directly with the Head Coach, Director of Athletics, and Office Assistant.

  • Works directly with the Athletic Department Staff.

  • Works indirectly with the BHC Faculty and Staff.

Education & Experience

(To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.)

  • High school diploma or GED required. Associates degree or two (2) years equivalent to 60 credit hours preferred.

  • Collegiate experience as an athlete preferred.

  • Demonstrated interpersonal communication skills.

  • Valid driver's license required with satisfactory Motor Vehicle Record.

The above statements reflect the general details necessary to describe the principle functions of the described job; it is not an all-encompassing statement of all the work requirements that may be necessary to perform the job.

Supplemental Information

Applications accepted online through the Black Hawk College website or through www.governmentjobs.com .

Hours depending on coaching schedule.

Candidates are encouraged to upload/attach resume/CV with the online application.

Candidates needing assistance with the online application process should refer to the online help guide available at www.bhc.edu/employment .

Black Hawk College does not sponsor employment visas.

Pay is commensurate with Assistant Coaching position.

Review of applications will begin immediately. Positions posted/advertised on an on-going basis regardless of actual vacancy.

This position does not qualify for any benefits.


Black Hawk College


6600 34th Ave Moline, Illinois, 61265


309-796-5222 309-796-5223