This position will help the Head Coach with game management, team management, and recruitment. In addition, this position will also assist the basketball program with on-court instruction, training and skill development, and scouting. Responsibilities also include assisting the athletic programs and staff with the maintenance of required recruiting documentation and will function as an academic advisor for student athletic programs regarding education planning, appropriate course selection and program of study requirements.
Bachelor’s degree is required; Master’s degree preferred. Extensive knowledge and understanding of the sport of basketball with successful recruiting experience in post-secondary or collegiate level required. Valid driver’s license is required.
Complete applicant file will include a Three Rivers College employment application (available at trcc.edu/employment), resume with names/phone numbers of three references, copies of all transcripts, and cover letter explaining interest in the position and in working at Three Rivers College. Incomplete files will not be acknowledged or reviewed. Review of completed applications will begin immediately and continue until appointment is made. We do background checks. E-Verify participant.
Additional Salary Information: Excellent fringe benefit package including, but not limited to health, dental, vision, and life insurance; sick and vacation leave; and the Missouri Public School & Education Employee Retirement System.
About Three Rivers College
Three Rivers College inspires, prepares, and empowers students to succeed through open access to high-quality learning opportunities that meet the needs of the communities we serve. Three Rivers College is governed by an elected six-member Board of Trustees from the College taxing district. The College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. As one of 12 public, two-year institutions in Missouri, Three Rivers College serves a 15-county area of nearly 10,000 square miles in Southeast Missouri.
Student population is around 3000 each semester. Educational needs of students are met through credit and non-credit instruction via the traditional classroom setting as well as online and interactive television. Class sizes remain small and are led by highly dedicated and trained faculty. In addition to the 80-acre main campus in Poplar Bluff, the College has full service external locations in Dexter, Kennett, Sikeston, and Cape Girardeau. Tuition cost is lower than the average state university and students have access to numerous financial aid programs. Location and affordability continue to be top fundamental concerns for the communities we serve.