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Trinity Christian College Athletics is seeking a Director of Volleyball Programs and Head Women’s Volleyball Coach. This is a full-time exempt position reporting to the Associate VP for Student Life and Athletics. As director, this person will provide leadership for all Trinity volleyball (men’s and women’s programs). As head coach, this person is responsible for the leadership and coaching of the women’s volleyball team.
Trinity women’s volleyball has become a distinguished program over the last ten years. In that time, the program has claimed NCCAA National Championship titles in 2014 and 2016, participated in NAIA National Championship Opening Round play six times, advanced to the NAIA National Championship Final Site twice, earned CCAC post-season tournament championship titles in 2015 and 2013, and CCAC post-season tournament runner-up finishes in 2018, 2017, 2011, and 2010. This past season, the Trolls finished with a 28-8 overall and 17-1 conference record earning both the conference regular season and post-season tournament championship titles. The Trolls were also recognized with four all-conference selections, three all-region selections, an NCCAA Player of the Year, and an NAIA All-American with two honorable mentions.
The ideal candidate will possess a well-rounded set of skills that include a demonstrated ability to recruit, instruct, and develop student athletes; a demonstrated ability to provide a competitive athletic experience; the capacity to create and implement camps/community initiatives; and the capacity to effectively lead and supervise coaching staff. These will best be evidenced by prior collegiate or high-level coaching.
The college is seeking candidates who are professing Christians and are committed to excellence in athletics. Candidates should support the goals of a Christian liberal arts education and demonstrate a mature articulation of faith in athletics.
Required qualifications include a completed bachelor’s degree (a completed master’s degree is preferred) and previous full time leadership and coaching experience.
Review of application materials will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. For full consideration, interested applications should submit (upload) all of the following:
A brief cover letter and a professional resume,
A brief written statement (no more than 500 words) that describes his/her Christian faith commitment and how it is expressed through involvement with the body of Christ and participation in a local church, and
A brief written statement (no more than 500 words) that describes his/her desire and demonstrated capacity to work in a Christian liberal arts college with a commitment to diversity. See Trinity’s mission statement for context: http://www.trnty.edu/About-Us/mission.html
A brief written statement that describes how he/she might work toward the college’s purpose and outcomes for student life and athletics through his/her coaching. These purpose and outcomes are:
To cultivate a community in which student [athletes] flourish as they encounter the Triune God with their whole lives and discover the joy of their vocation. We embody this purpose in our work in confident hope that all students – blessed by God, redeemed by Christ, and equipped by the Spirit – will:
Communicate about their emerging vocation as a joyful response to God’s calling
Participate in creative and redemptive activity that develops community
Demonstrate a growing maturity that expresses itself in consistency between belief and behavior
Engage in diverse communities
Tell the story of who they are and how they are being formed in Christ