The Naval Academy Athletic Association (NAAA) has an immediate Full Time position for a professional, detail-oriented person to answer busy phones, and assist with various administrative duties. Knowledge of Excel and Windows required. Professional appearance and a positive attitude, as well as strong interpersonal experience required. We offer a dynamic working environment, competitive salary, and excellent benefits package. Qualified applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references to: Karlene Durisko Payroll and Benefits Administrator, NAAA, 566 Brownson Road, Annapolis, MD 21402. Facsimiles are acceptable and will be received at (410) 293-8951 NAAA is an EEO/AA.
Assistant Women's Rowing Coach
The U.S. Naval Academy, a NCAA Division I institution, seeks an Assistant Women's Rowing Coach. Responsibilities include assisting the head coach in all aspects of the management and coaching of a Division I rowing program, both on and off-campus recruiting, summer camps and all other areas of the program as assigned by the head coach. Candidates must have a Bachelor's degree, experience coaching rowing, ability to recruit academically and athletically qualified students for the Naval Academy; have knowledge of NCAA rules; ability to abide by NCAA and Naval Academy rules and regulations. Qualified applicants should send a cover letter, resume and 3 professional references to: Karlene Durisko Payroll and Benefits Administrator Naval Academy Athletic Association, 566 Brownson Road, Annapolis, MD 21402. Facsimiles are acceptable and will be received at (410) 293-8951. AA/EOE
Associate Director of Athletics for Development
The Naval Academy Athletic Association (NAAA) is accepting applications for the position of Associate Director of Athletics for Development. This highly motivated and accomplished professional will work to expand and implement athletic fundraising and develop strategies as a member of NAAA's athletic development team, working closely alongside the USNA Foundation.
The Associate Director of Athletics for Development will be responsible for the daily operations of The Fund for Athletic Excellence and will focus on developing new constituencies of support for the athletic programs and athletic facilities at the Naval Academy. This includes support and capital needs of the Naval Academy Athletic Association for 33 varsity sports.
The Associate Director of Athletics for Development will also work closely with and report to the Senior Associate Director of Athletics (Major & Principle Gifts) to solicit membership for and assist in the game day operation of The Clubs at Akerson Tower throughout the academic year.
Responsibilities will include but are not limited to the development of strategies for the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of prospective major gift donors in coordination with the Athletic Director and Senior Associate Director of Athletics (Major & Principle Gifts) to ensure prospect engagement plans, solicitation strategies and stewardship protocols are in compliance with all NCAA, Academy and USNA Foundation rules and regulations.
Qualified candidates for the position must possess a bachelor's degree or higher, significant experience and documented success in fundraising, business development, marketing, and proven success in conjunction with an athletic environment or at an institution of higher learning. Experience developing broad-based strategic plans that correlate with successful capital campaigns will distinguish the most qualified and desirable candidates. The successful candidate must possess excellent written, computer related, and oral communication skills.
Interested candidates should send over letter, resume and three professional references to Karlene Durisko, NAAA, 566 Brownson Road, Annapolis, MD 21402. Facsimiles are acceptable and will be received at (410) 293-8951. All information submitted will be treated as confidential.
The NAAA is an EEO/AA employer.
Naval Academy Head Men's Soccer Coach
The United States Naval Academy, one of the nation's most prestigious academic and military institutions, invites applications for the position of Men's Head Soccer Coach. The academy remains fully committed to fielding one of the most competitive Division I programs in the nation. This position is responsible for all phases of the program including organization, direction, and administration. The Head Coach will be responsible for the national recruitment and retention of student-athletes to meet the academic standards and military requirements of the Naval Academy. Other important duties include fiscal management, practice and game coaching, summer camps, and compliance with NCAA and Naval Academy rules and regulations. Previous documented successful coaching experience at the intercollegiate level, advanced coaching credentials and certifications preferred. Bachelor's degree required. Compensation is highly competitive within Division I. Please send a cover letter, resume, three references with addresses and telephone numbers to: Karlene Durisko, Naval Academy Athletic Association, 566 Brownson Road, U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD 21402. All information received shall be treated with the strictest confidentiality. Facsimiles are being accepted at (410) 293-8951. AA/EOE.