The Scoop – Monday June 18, 2018

Monday June 18, 2018

Hiram (D-III – OH): Hiram College invites applications for the part-time position of Running Backs. The position includes stipend of $2,000.00 with no benefits (insurance, meals, housing, etc). The anticipated start date is immediate. All applicants are advised to submit application via this link  and email cover letter and resume to [email protected] for full consideration.

Muhlenberg (D-III – PA): Muhlenberg College is seeking applications for an assistant football coach (TEs) opening. Coaching or collegiate playing experience and a four year college degree are preferred. Part time coaching compensation is modest but does include opportunities for additional income in one or more of the following areas; game management, strength and conditioning, building operations or equipment room operations.  Compensation package will include housing, a meal plan and total hourly wages ranging from $5,000 to $12,000 annually depending on additional duties. Benefits not included. All applicants must complete the work on the human resources website via this link.  

Towson (FCS): Towson University is looking to fill an Offensive Quality Control Coach position with a focus on Offensive Line or Tight End/Fullback play for the upcoming 2018 Season. Coaching or playing experience is a must, and college coaching experience is preferred. Responsibilities for this position include assisting in coaching either the OL or TE/FB, breaking down film of future opponents, assisting in creation of weekly scouting reports, and other tasks as assigned by the Head Coach. This is a fully volunteer position, as we are unable to offer any financial benefits other than parking, game and practice gear, and travel expenses. Review of candidates will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. No Phone Calls, please. If you are interested, please send cover letter, resume, and football references to [email protected] with the subject line “2018 Offensive Quality Control Coach”.

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Fort Scott (JC – KS): Fort Scott has a defensive assistant position open. Benefits include a $7,000 stipend and meals, but does not include housing. Responsibilities include assisting the defensive coordinator. Interested candidates can contact [email protected]com.

Nebraska Kearney (D-II): Nebraska Kearney is looking to hire a defensive graduate assistant (will explore all defensive positions). The job pays a 9 month stipend of $10,000. All credits are paid for to earn your Master’s degree. Possible health benefits included. Interested candidates should email cover letter, resume, and references to Scott Lewis at [email protected]. We are looking to hire as soon as possible. Minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Penn (FCS): Penn is no longer seeking applicants for their defensive quality control position as it has been filled. Thanks for the overwhelming interest in the spot.

Illinois College (D-III – IL): Illinois College, a private co-ed liberal arts college in Jacksonville, Illinois, is seeking applications for restricted earnings position of Assistant Football Coach, Defensive Backs.  This is a part time, nine-month position, ($11.25/hr, max 900 hours) no housing or benefits. The coach is responsible for recruiting, coaching position, running meetings, game planning, assisting the Defensive Coordinator and the Head Coach.  Experience coaching in the secondary, use of Hudl Video Software, and Special Teams is preferred. A bachelor’s degree is required. Please submit a letter of application, resume and three references to (subject line = Football Assistant) [email protected].  Click HERE for additional information. Illinois College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from underrepresented minorities and women. No phone calls please.

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Missouri Southern State (D-II): Per source, linebackers coach Mike Knoll is no longer with the program.

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