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Thursday May 29, 2014

Thursday May 29, 2014

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Georgia Tech: Georgia Tech has promoted Pete Hurt from assistant director of player personnel to director of player personnel. 

Minot State (D-II - ND): Minot State has a part-time position open coaching defensive backs or linebackers. No benefits. Pay is $15,000. Please send all resumes to byron.thomas@minotstateu.edu

Averett (D-III - VA): Averett University is currently accepting applications for an Assistant Coach/Graduate Assistant Football Coach. The Assistant Coach will help in all areas of the program to include but not limited to coaching a position (defense), managing own recruiting territory, film editing and breakdowns, game-day organization, aiding in strength and conditioning, and other duties to be assigned by the Head Coach. Preference will be given to applicants with strong background emphasis in Strength and Conditioning. Enrollment in one of Averett’s graduate programs in a requirement of this position, applicants with a cumulative undergraduate GPA of a 3.0 is required for admission. Averett University has an Masters of Arts in Education and a Masters in Business Administration programs. Position comes with room, board, tuition waiver, and a stipend (2,200). Please send cover letter, resume, and professional references to Jay Kirland at jkirland@averett.edu

Jacksonville Jaguars: Offensive line coach George Yarno has been diagnosed with cancer, but will remain with the team during his treatment. Please keep coach Yarno in your thoughts.

To become better coaches (and people) we all need to spend less time recruiting

Wilkes (D-III - PA): Head coach Trey Brown has finalized his full time staff as follows; Matthew DiBernardo (assistant HC / OL), Harry Armstrong (WRs), Paul Jefferson (DL), Cole Glennon (DC). 

Culver-Stockton (NAIA - MO): Culver-Stockton is looking to hire volunteer coaches. This is a great opportunity to get into the college coaching profession. Responsibilities will include breaking down opponent film, self-scout, coaching the defensive or offensive scout teams, potentially coaching a position group. Looking for help on both sides of the ball. Hours will be flexible based upon other employment. We can help with outside job opportunities to help with cost of living. Three of these positions have been hired in the program over the last three years. Please email resume and a list of 3 references to head football coach Jeff Duvendeck at jduvendeck@culver.edu.

Wilkes (D-III - PA): Wilkes University is currently accepting applications for a nine month offensive intern position for the 2014-2015 season. Responsibilities include but are not limited to coaching a position (running backs), maintaining a recruiting territory, and film breakdown (HUDL). Experience using Microsoft products including Visio is a plus. This position includes housing (year round), meals, and a stipend. Email resume and references to assistant head football coach Matthew DiBernardo at matthew.dibernardo@wilkes.edu.

Michigan: The offensive coordinator position has been named after Michigan alum Sanford Robertson after a $3 million donation to the football program. Doug Nussmeier will now have the official title of "the Sanford Robertson Offensive Coordinator".

Why Arizona may have revolutionized how major schools keep their coaches.

Georgia Southern: Per source, West Virginia State (D-II) receivers coach Derrick Sherman has accepted a grad assistant position at Georgia Southern working with the wide receivers.

Penn State: Brad "Spider" Caldwell, who spent 31 years with the Penn State program, has decided to accept the activities director / AD position at Fair Haven Union HS (VT). Caldwell has worked with the equipment staff since 1986.

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North Carolina Wesleyan (D-III - NC): NC Wesleyan is seeking applicants for 3 intern positions for the 2014-2015 season. Two of the openings are on the defensive side of the ball and one on offense. Responsibilities include but not limited to coaching a position, maintaining a recruiting territory, and, film breakdown (HUDL). Compensation includes $7,000 salary, room, and board for 10 months beginning in August. Email cover letter, resume and references to the Head Football Coach Jeff Filkovski at jfilkovski@ncwc.edu. No phone calls please.