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Founded in 1863, Boston College is a Jesuit, Catholic university located six miles from downtown Boston with an enrollment of 9,150 full-time undergraduates and 4,420 graduate and professional students. Ranked 31 among national universities, Boston College has 758 full-time and 1,096 FTE faculty, 2,750 non-faculty employees, an operating budget of $956 million, and an endowment in excess of $2.2 billion.

Job Description

Responsibilities include assisting the Head Coach in the direction, administration and coaching of the Women's Lacrosse Program. Duties include but are not limited to recruiting student-athletes, player development, practice planning, game preparation, and scheduling. Commitment to the academic, athletic, and personal development of all student-athletes is a priority.

Position Details:
Department: 011306 - Lacrosse Womens
Position: 00010389 - Assistant Coach; Women's Lacrosse
Grade: 2ND
Salary Range: 46,300 - 57,900


*Bachelor's degree required.
*Strong organizational, administrative and communication skills required.
* Expertise in the sport and the ability to work effectively with student-athletes, athletics staff, the University and community personnel and alumni are essential. Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations related to lacrosse is necessary.
*This position is required to perform all duties and responsibilities in compliance with all NCAA, ACC and institutional rules and regulations.

*Master's degree preferred.
*Significant intercollegiate and/or international coaching experience preferred

Closing Statement

Boston College conducts background checks as part of the hiring process.

Boston College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of any legally protected category including disability and protected veteran status. To learn more about how BC supports diversity and inclusion throughout the university please visit the Office for Institutional Diversity at