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Northwest Tech seeking Head Men's Wrestling Coach

04/11/2019, 9:15am CDT
By Northwest Tech

JOB Opening | Northwest Tech

Head Men's Wrestling Coach

Position Description: Northwest Tech, Goodland, KS,, is seeking a head wrestling coach to lead the men’s wrestling program at the College. The head coach is responsible for all aspects from recruiting to the development and administration of a successful NJCAA/KJCCC intercollegiate sports program. Previous coaching experience is desired. Bachelor degree preferred. Work hours for a collegiate coach/recruiter are non-traditional and extensive travel will be necessary in order to be successful in this position. Bus driving may also be required, so holding a current commercial driver’s license, with passenger and airbrakes endorsements, is a plus.


About Northwest Tech: Northwest Kansas Technical College (Northwest Tech) is one of the fastest growing colleges in the state of Kansas. Located in the high plains in the city of Goodland, Northwest Tech is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is nationally recognized for student success and graduation rates. Northwest Tech became the first two-year college in the nation to implement a full one-to-one iPad initiative in the classroom. With nearly all of our technical programs taught in a cohort model, our students experience a significant amount of contact with faculty, leading to high student success rates. We have a small, surprisingly diverse campus, with a student body of approximately 400 full-time students pursuing degrees and technical certificates.


Compensation: Compensation includes: 12-month salary and benefits package including health insurance, KPERS retirement plan, vacation/sick leave, and more.


Position will remain open until filled. Submit employment application and/or resume to: Sherri Knitig, Vice President of Operations 1209 Harrison Street PO Box 668 Goodland, KS 67735 Email:


Northwest Kansas Technical College is an equal opportunity employer. NWKTC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, or sex. Accusations concerning sexual discrimination, sexual harassment, and age discrimination should be referred to the TITLE IX COORDINATOR/AGE ACT COORDINATOR, Dean of Student Advancement at 785-890-3641. Accusations based on disability or race, color, or national origin should be referred to SECTION 504 COORDINATOR/ADA COORDINATOR/TITLE VI COORDINATOR, Dean of Academic Advancement, located at 1209 Harrison (785-890-3641).



About Northwest Tech

Northwest Tech, as it is more commonly known today, is among the most successful two-year colleges in the nation in our ability to graduate students. Few other colleges are as successful as Northwest Tech in bringing students all the way from their first day at freshman orientation to the stage at graduation. Today, we have 16 core technical programs and the student body is made up of students from around the state, nation, and across the globe. Enrollment has continued to climb with the on-campus student body drawing over 400 students. As we look out into communities in the area, an additional 450 high school students are taking college credits while they finish their high school diploma. In addition to the number of students the college serves, it generates an estimated $12 million in annual economic impact, making it among the most significant economic drivers of the local economy. Business and industry have always been the driving force behind the story of Northwest Tech, and the college continues to experience incredible demand for skilled and educated workers. This environment creates numerous job opportunities for graduates resulting in several decades during which nearly every program at the college has consistently experienced over 95% job placement. The college has been a dynamic force in technical education in Kansas, and the future shines brightly. With a growing social awakening that there is just as much need for electricians, mechanics, and welders as there are for doctors, lawyers, and teachers, there is little doubt Northwest Tech will have a long and proud future equipping men and women for a promising workforce.

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