Thursday July 20, 2017
Princeton (FCS – NJ): The Princeton University Football program is looking to fill a quality control/operations position. Previous experience coaching on defense and or offense is preferred. This position is strictly an off-the-field position. The role will be responsible for a diverse range of tasks, including assisting the defensive and or offensive staff with scouting reports, video cut-ups, and self-scouts. This is a paid position with no housing or benefits provided. Please send a resume and cover letter to Director of Football Operations Jason Mitchell at [email protected].
New Research: Teaching/Drilling Slide Step Footwork in Off Man Coverage – Like most DB coaches, Steven Dudley had previously relied on teaching the traditional back pedal in off man technique. But with Fort Hays State University transitioning to more of a quarters based scheme, he found that his players were struggling with maintaining the tempo needed to come in and out of breaks. The slide step provided the proper body position to break on all routes. The results were tangible: his unit rose to the second best pass defense in the conference and interceptions rose from 5 to 9. Both starters were all-conference helping the Tigers win its first bowl game in the history of the program. In his X&O Labs clinic report, Coach Dudley details the drill work and coaching points to teach the slide step technique in off-man coverage. Click here to read the report.
Lyon (NAIA – AR): Lyon College invites applications for the position of assistant football coach on the Offensive side of the ball. This is a part time stipend position with employment beginning as soon as possible. Lyon College is a member of the NAIA and Central States Football League. Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: a)create and implement practice and game plans, b)breakdown film and provide scouting reports, c)maintain working knowledge of NAIA, CSFL, and Lyon College policies and procedures, d) provide instruction to student-athletes through practice or film review e)other duties as assigned by the Head Coach. Qualifications Include: Bachelor’s degree preferred. Experience in collegiate athletics as a coach, player, or student manager. Application Process: For full consideration, interested candidates should submit a letter of application, resume, and list of three references. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. All application materials should be sent to [email protected] with offensive coaching position in the subject line.
Greenville (D-III – IL): Greenville has an immediate opening for a Defensive Graduate Assistant. We are seeking a Jesus loving coach with either playing or coaching experience on the defensive side of the ball. The position provides a $10,000 stipend for the year along with a full tuition scholarship into any of Greenville’s master’s program. Interested candidates should email a Resume, Cover Letter and Statement of Faith to [email protected].
Maine Maritime (D-III): Maine Maritime currently has a coaching intern position available. The successful candidate will be a college graduate and possess previous college playing and/or coaching experience. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting in practice and game planning, video breakdown and analysis with DVSport and Hudl, recruiting, academic oversight, and coaching their own position group. There are openings on both offense and defense. Compensation includes an hourly wage and housing. Interested individuals should send a cover letter, résumé, a completed MMA Application, MMA Self-Identification Form*, and contact information for at least three professional references to: [email protected]. For more information please visit the Maine Maritime human resources site via this link.
Whittier (d-III – CA): Whittier College is seeking applicants for an Assistant Football Coach (QB’s or LB’s). Qualifications: Bachelors degree required with successful football playing and/or coaching experience, strong professional/interpersonal communication skills, organizational efficiency, outstanding character and leadership qualities a must. This is a 12 month position that will pay $30,000 per year. No housing, or benefits are included. The successful candidate will coach his own position, run positional meetings, contribute to the weekly gameplan, and have his own recruiting area. Preferred start date is August 1, 2017. Please email a cover letter, resume, and references to head coach Mike Neale at [email protected]. No phone calls please.
Monterey Peninsula (JC – CA): Monterey Peninsula College is hiring a wide receiver coach. This is a part time position. The stipend is $2800 for the season. Contact head coach Mike Rasmussen at [email protected].
Bethune Cookman (FCS – FL): Bethune-Cookman is seeking fill our video coordinator graduate assistant position immediately. All applicants are to email their resumes to Darian McCaskill at [email protected].
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M: Per source, Blake Bryan is the new special teams coordinator / defensive line coach. Bryan spent last season at Trinity Valley CC (JC – TX).