Posted: 2/11/14

Moravian College, an NCAA Division III member of the Landmark Conference is accepting applications for a Men’s Soccer Intern. This ten-month internship position involves assisting the head coach in all phases of an NCAA Division III soccer program including recruiting, practice and game preparation, monitoring academic progress, team travel, budgets, fundraising and other duties as assigned. The stipend for this position is $7,500 and includes a meal plan, insurance, course work if desired and housing is available if needed.

QUALIFICATIONS: BA, prior coaching and/or competition experience preferred.  Coaching/training experience in other areas/levels considered. The successful candidate must possess outstanding communication and organizational ability including strong computer skills.

Applicants will be reviewed as they are received and continue until the position is filled. Qualified candidates must be available to start immediately.

TO APPLY: If your experience qualifies you for this challenging position, please send a letter of application describing your interest in and qualifications for the position, a resume, and contact information for three professional references.

Candidates are instructed to email their qualifications electronically. All application materials are to be combined into one document and submitted as a PDF file (preferred) or MS Word Document 'INTERN-Men's Soccer' in the subject line.

Printed applications may be sent to:

Todd Ervin
Moravian College Athletics,
Mens Soccer Office
1200 Main Street, Bethlehem, PA. 18018

Questions about the position may be directed to 610/625-7917.

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Candidates considered for employment at Moravian College will be asked to complete an employment application. Click on the link below to access a printable application with application instructions.


Moravian, is the sixth oldest college in the nation founded in 1742, is a selective national liberal arts college. Moravian is located in the beautiful Lehigh Valley region of northeastern Pennsylvania in close proximity to New York and Philadelphia providing unique opportunities for professional and cultural enrichment. The college typically enrolls 1500 full time regular undergraduate students and an additional 500 students in an evening program that includes an MBA program.

Moravian College and Moravian Theological Seminary value diversity and encourage individuals from under-represented populations to apply.EOE