Omaha Athletics – Volunteer Assistant Tennis Coach

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The University of Nebraska Omaha Men’s Tennis program is seeking a highly motivated individual interested in serving as a Volunteer Assistant Coach for the 2020-2021 season. The position, which is set to begin in August, represents a 10-month commitment and will report directly to the head coach. The ideal candidate is driven by a passion for college tennis, has a strong work ethic and a desire to pursue collegiate tennis coaching as a career. This is an unpaid position, although the coach will have opportunity to earn money through outside private lessons and clinics. All interested individuals should send a résumé to head coach Matt Barlow: matthewbarlow@omavs.com

Responsibilities

  • Provide on-court coaching during team practice and individual practice, tournaments and dual matches for Division I men’s tennis program.
  • Actively participating/competing in practice and feeding various drills.
  • Capturing film and coordinating video analysis sessions.
  • Assisting with program’s involvement in community service.
  • Helping with summer tennis camps.
  • Adhering to University of Nebraska at Omaha, the Summit League and NCAA rules and regulations.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year institution.
  • Collegiate tennis playing experience.
  • Valid driver’s license with proven driving record in good standing.
  • Eagerness to learn all aspects of leading a Division I collegiate tennis program.
  • The successful candidate must pass a university-mandated background check.

About Omaha Athletics

Omaha Athletics is the Division I athletics program for the University of Nebraska Omaha, the premier metropolitan campus of the University of Nebraska system. The university offers a variety of academic programs across six colleges including Arts & Sciences; Business Administration; Communication, Fine Arts & Media; Education; Information Science & Technology; and Public Affairs & Community Service.

Omaha Athletics fields 15 teams, six men’s and nine women’s, that compete in the Summit League and the National Collegiate Hockey Conference. The Mavericks represent a campus of more than 15,000 undergraduate and graduate students that is located in the heart of a vibrant metropolitan area of more than 940,000 people.

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