Professor of Sport Management
Hours: full-time, 9 month faculty position
Location: 901 Eden Road, Lancaster, PA
- A minimum of a Master’s degree from an accredited institution in the field of Sport Management.
- Professional experience within a sport management field combined with successful head coaching experience at the collegiate or high school level.
- Experience teaching at the collegiate level preferred.
- Continuing education that demonstrates the candidate is alert of recent developments in the field of sport management.
- Team leadership skills that include developing measurable goals and attaining them while promoting collegiality.
- Proficiency in classroom instruction of Sport Management core courses
- An ability to advise students academically
- An ability to use and implement technology
- An ability to organize and carry out major athletic events
- Competence in innovative course design
- Execution of timely and effective student assessment
- A desire to mentor students outside the classroom
- Develop, research, revise and teach Sport Management courses
- Supervision of student’s academic progress, field experience, capstone project, portfolio and career planning
- Assist and provide oversight in the COSMA accreditation process
- Cultivate internship opportunities in our local community, including Spooky Nook Sports Complex in Manheim, PA
- Implement fairly and firmly the policies and procedures of Lancaster Bible College
- Maintain absolute confidentiality concerning all matters with LBC
- Attend department and college faculty meetings as required to cultivate strong relationships with colleagues
- Organize and carry out one major event each academic year in conjunction with the HPE and athletic departments (ex. Shadey’s Rugged Run)
- Maintain active membership in appropriate professional organizations
- Through relationships with marketing, admissions and stewardship promote and recruit students for the HPE department
- Maintain office hours for students outside of class commitments
Lancaster Bible College is committed to treating others equally without regard to race, color, national origin, gender (except where gender is a bona fide occupational qualification), age, disability, or veteran status.