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Sports Information Video Intern

The Naval Academy Athletic Association is searching for a qualified applicant to fill the role of video intern for the Sports Information Department.

Essential Duties:

Required Qualifications:

You can e-mail a letter, resume and work samples to Senior Associate AD for Sports Information Scott Strasemeier at sstrasem@usna.edu or to Human Resources Director Manager Meghan Kelly at kellym@usna.edu. Deadline for Applications is June 22.


Sports Information Intern

The United States Naval Academy is searching for a qualified applicant to fill the role of Sports Information Intern.

Duties will include serving as the primary contact for baseball, men's soccer, women's golf, women's tennis, rifle and sailing as well as other duties as assigned by the Senior Associate Athletic Director for Sports Information.

A strong knowledge of the stat crew software and the ability to input for football, men's and women's basketball and baseball, outstanding writing/editing skills, a strong knowledge of video and social media and at least two years of experience (student assistant or intern) in Sports Information is required.

You can e-mail a letter, resume and work samples to Senior Associate AD for Sports Information Scott Strasemeier at sstrasem@usna.edu or to Human Resources Director Meghan Kelly at kellym@usna.edu or mail your materials to: Meghan Kelly, Human Resources Director, 566 Brownson Road, Annapolis, MD 21402. Deadline for Applications is June 22.


Second Assistant Men's Rowing Coach

The U.S. Naval Academy, a NCAA Division I institution, seeks a Second Assistant Men'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.

Please forward appropriate information or a letter of application, resume and names of references with addresses and telephone numbers to Meghan Kelly at kellym@usna.edu.


Assistant Indoor/Outdoor Track and Field Coach

The United States Naval Academy, a NCAA Division I school, seeks a full-time Assistant Indoor/Outdoor Track and Field Coach for the Navy Track and Field team. Responsibilities will include coaching the sprints, jumps, hurdles, and multi-events. A specific focus will be on organizing practice routines and training athletes to perform at their highest level. A great deal of time and effort will be spent on the identification and recruitment of qualified NCAA Division 1 level student-athletes. Other responsibilities include meet preparation and management, equipment upkeep, assisting in the track and field summer camp program, alumni relations, assisting in the budget process and other duties as assigned.

Applicants must have a Bachelors' degree; work experience coaching track and field preferably at the collegiate level; ability to recruit academically and athletically qualified students for the Naval Academy; have knowledge of NCAA rules; applicant should also possess an exceptional knowledge of all track and field events and how each relates to winning as a team.

To apply, send a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to Meghan Kelly, Human Resources Director, at kellym@usna.edu.


Assistant Wrestling Coach

The Naval Academy Athletic Association (NAAA), a NCAA Division I, seeks an immediate full-time Assistant Wrestling Coach for the United States Naval Academy men's Wrestling Program. Responsibilities will include, but not limited to, assisting the head coach in coaching, coaching the team daily in practice, recruiting nationally (via scouting, phone calls, and letter writing), assist in coaching at competitions, organization of events and camps as well as and other duties as assigned.

Candidates must have a Bachelors' degree; work experience coaching wrestling preferably at the collegiate level; 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.

Please forward appropriate information or a letter of application, resume and names of references with addresses and telephone numbers to Meghan Kelly at kellym@usna.edu.


Head Squash Coach

The Naval Academy Athletic Association (NAAA) invites applications for the position of Head Squash Coach. The United States Naval Academy is committed to conduct and support a highly successful athletic program which offers 33 varsity sports for the Brigade of Midshipmen. The position is responsible for the organization, direction, and administration of a highly competitive collegiate squash program. The Head Coach will be responsible for the national recruitment and retention of outstanding student-athletes who must meet the academic standards and military requirements of the United States Naval Academy. Responsibilities include fiscal management, practice and game coaching, conducting a summer camp and compliance with NCAA and United States Naval Academy rules and regulations.

Previous successful coaching experience at the collegiate level or advanced Club level required. Bachelor's degree required Master's degree preferred. Qualified applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to Meghan Kelly at kellym@usna.edu.

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