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Assistant Baseball Coach

The United States Naval Academy Athletic Association (NAAA) is seeking applicants for the position of Assistant Baseball Coach / Pitching Coach for the Navy men's baseball team. Applicants must have a bachelor's degree and a successful playing and/or coaching background with preferably 2 years of college coaching experience at a Division 1 level. Responsibilities would include running all aspects of a Division I pitching staff, recruiting on a National level, assisting with the running of camps / clinics and any administration assignments made by the Head Coach. Applicant should have a clear knowledge of NCAA rules. Competitive salary plus benefits. Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume and three 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. AA/EOE


Director of Video Technology for Football - NAAA

The Naval Academy Athletic Association is searching for a qualified applicant to fill the role of Director of Video Technology for its Football program. Duties will include: coordinate video production and graphic design in support of team operations and recruiting. The primary function of this position will be to produce a series of in-season weekly videos to highlight the day-to-day activities of the football program for promotional purposes, including recruiting, and public distribution. The person must have strong organizational and problem-solving skills, a technical knowledge and documented background in video systems and information technology, as well as an understanding of athletic programs, specifically football.

Send cover letter, resume and references to Karlene Durisko, Payroll & Benefits Administrator, 566 Brownson Road, Annapolis, MD 21402. Facsimiles are acceptable at (410) 293-8951. The Naval Academy Athletic Association is an AA/EOE employer.


Instructor / Administrative Assistant for Operations and Facilities

The Naval Academy Athletic Association (NAAA) has an immediate F/T position for an Instructor/Administrative Assistant for Operations and Facilities. The position is classified as a Military Human Resource Officer (HRO). The position is supervised and coordinated by the Associate Director of Athletics for Facilities and Maintenance, the Associate Director of Athletics for Operations and Championships and the Head of Physical Education. The position has responsibility for the scheduling and coordination of athletic facilities in support of physical education and athletics. The position will also include assisting with the short term planning of facility improvements. The person shall work effectively with the entire staff of the athletic department and more broadly across the Academy to ensure long term schedule planning and event management for athletics. In addition this position shall be a Physical Education instructor teaching 8 hours per week in combative arts. There will be some supervision of internal operations personnel.

ESSENTIAL SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE and ABILITIES: Aptitude in event management; ability to organize and direct work activity of temporary/volunteer employees; working knowledge of various computer applications; ability to follow Academy and departmental policies, procedures and practices; written and verbal skills; effective communication skills and the ability to interact with senior level administrators, coaches, faculty and staff; ability to handle sensitive and complex issues that arise during planning and the execution of any game day event. Must be highly organized. Must demonstrate high energy, flexibility with work schedule, innovation and abilities to recognize potential issues that require effective and efficient problem solving skills and execute appropriate solutions; must display professional demeanor at all times and to all guests. A strong commitment to the mission and culture of the Naval Academy.

Qualifications:

Bachelor's Degree required. Demonstrated prior association with intercollegiate athletics as a participant or member of an intercollegiate staff is preferred.

Must be able to work evenings and weekends in support of athletic competitions.

Candidate must meet the requirements that qualify him/her as a Military Human Resource Officer (HRO).

Qualified applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and professional references to: Karlene Durisko, NAAA, 566 Brownson Road, Annapolis, MD 21402. Facsimiles are acceptable and will be received at 410/293-8951. The Naval Academy Athletic Association is an EEO/AA employer.