Cisco College is accepting applications and resumes for the Head Women’s Soccer/Assistant Women’s Sports position. Primary Responsibilities are to organize, administer, and coordinate all aspects of the soccer program as well as provide support to other winter/spring sports in collaboration with the head coach. The Head Women’s Soccer Coach will report to the Director of Athletics.
It is his/her responsibility to foster and encourage goals of student-athletes to excel in the classroom and in their sport, stress the elements of sportsmanship, teamwork, and fair play within the mission of Cisco College and the NJCAA.
CISCO COLLEGE offers a generous benefit package, including comprehensive medical, dental, and vision insurance. For the medical benefit only, member-only coverage along with $5,000 of basic term life is provided at no cost to the employee. Other coverages are selected by the employee and payment made through payroll deduction.
The benefits of working in higher education are many and allow you to plan well for your future. Cisco College offers retirement savings such as Teacher Retirement System or Option Retirement Plan – for qualified positions. Twelve month employees also receive both sick and vacation leave on a month to month basis.
Resume packages will be accepted until the position is filled.
Please note: A complete resume package must include a cover letter, completed and signed, Cisco College Application (available on the “Employment” Page of our website at www.cisco.edu), resume or CV, and unofficial copy of transcript. Please ensure all required documents are included with your submission. Incomplete packages will be returned unprocessed.
Resume Packages will be accepted via mail, fax, and email (e-mail is preferred) and should be submitted to:
The primary responsibilities of the Head Women’s Soccer Coach at Cisco College are to organize, administer and coordinate all aspects of the soccer program as well as provide support to women’s winter/spring sports in collaboration with the head coach.
General duties consist of developing and improving athletic opportunities for soccer student-athletes; examining, researching, and making recommendations for improving the current soccer program; assisting with the cohort advising model and encouraging academic excellence, preparing and administrating the annual soccer budget; oversight and development of a recruiting strategy that fits with the Cisco College philosophy for student recruitment; and developing a cooperative working environment with the faculty and other departments of the College.
A commitment to the comprehensive role of the community college as stated in the College Mission will be demonstrated through contributions to the College such as advising, committee work, and collaborating with faculty to encourage student success. Cooperation and working harmoniously with College and School District personnel and the public are imperative for the success of the soccer program. The Head Soccer Coach is expected to accomplish assigned duties in an efficient, effective and competent manner, and to strive for improvement and excellence in all work performed. All Cisco College employees are expected to follow College policies, rules, regulations, and guidelines that relate to the specific position.
Organizes and administers all phases of the soccer program.
Organizes recruitment of student soccer athletes in accordance with the NJCAA rules and Develops and assigns geographical areas for recruitment and determines recipients of soccer scholarships.
Prepares soccer competition schedule and organizes travel arrangements for all out-of-town games and practices.
Coordinates all strategic aspects of the soccer program. Organizes, prepares, and conducts individual and team practices, training, and conditioning.
Manages the purchase of all soccer equipment, the care of equipment and facilities, and the reconditioning of equipment.
Serves as principle spokesperson for the soccer program promoting the College through contact with local businesses, civic groups, boosters, alumni, high schools, and other colleges and universities.
Develop relationships with other soccer programs in order to facilitate opportunities for our soccer student-athletes.
Examine and research potential for recommendations for improving our soccer program.
Develop a plan for administering our soccer program within the budget provided for our soccer program.
Ensures and stresses compliance with NJCAA rules and regulations, as well as conference rules and regulations, governing the soccer program.
Provides leadership in carrying out the mission and policies of the College and maintain a close working relationship with the Athletic Director in understanding the intent of those policies.
Develop and maintain a congenial working relationship with the faculty in order to improve student learning by encouraging academics as a priority for soccer student-athletes.
Participate actively in the College’s Institutional Effectiveness Program and other committee work as may be assigned.
Communicate clearly and effectively using the College’s network.
Faculty instruction responsibilities, as assigned.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Experience coaching soccer at the college level.
Excellent organizational skills.
Knowledge of NJCAA rules and regulations.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Ability to foster a cooperative work environment.
Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally-accredited institution.
For candidates who do not meet the minimum qualifications, a combination of education and experience providing comparable knowledge and abilities will be considered.
Preferred Additional Qualifications
Teaching experience at the college level.
Active participation in relevant professional activities and organizations.
About Cisco College
Since first admitting students in 1940, Cisco College has offered programs and activities intended to encourage lifelong learning and enhance the quality of life in the communities it serves. As a member of the Texas state system of publicly supported institutions of higher education, Cisco College maintains an open-door admissions policy and provides an array of learning, skill development and life experiences to motivate and challenge students. Classes are offered at two primary locations, Cisco and Abilene, and several other off-campus sites, and the College strives to maintain a student/faculty ratio which guarantees close interaction between faculty and students. Cisco College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate level degrees. The Commission can be contacted at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Cisco College. Note: The Commission is to be contacted only if there is evidence that appears to support the institution’s significant non-compliance with a requirement or standard.