Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach – Fort Scott Community College

School: Fort Scott Community College
Position: Assistant Coach
Position Type: Full-time
Organization: NJCAA
Level: null


  • Bachelor’s Degree required.   Master’s Degree preferred.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other coaches, faculty/staff, students, and general public
  • Minimum of two years coaching experience at high school, community college, or college level
  • Pro-active with personal characteristics of leadership, enthusiasm, and attention to detail
  • Knowledge of community college philosophy, goals, and operations
  • Have knowledge of and be able to implement procedures regarding Bloodborne Pathogens laws and regulations
  • Valid driver’s license



Serve as Assistant coach, help with fundraising, and recruiting of student athletes.


MAY BE REQUIRED TO:  sit/stand for long periods of time, operate or demonstrate instructional equipment and technologies, speak and hear clearly, transport equipment to various sites, drive to various sites, lift heavy objects to approximately 50 pounds.



  • Help run all aspects of running a competitive Basketball program within the Jayhawk Conference
  • Help fundraising activities to generate revenue that can be used within the WBB program
  • Recruit high caliber athletes that will represent the institution with integrity on the court, in the classroom, and community
  • Work within parameters of budget and administration of budget
  • Game preparation and competition preparation
  • Coordinate the recruitment, management, and supervision of student athletes
  • Promote active personal and team participation in activities within the community
  • Work-study supervision
  • Oversee classroom attendance and academic progress of team members
  • Other duties as assigned by the Athletic Director
Applicant Information:

Send Resume and Cover Letter to Athletic Director Luke Demko- [email protected] and Juley McDaniel Head of HR- [email protected]

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