Do you have excellent written, interpersonal and oral communication skills? And a bachelor's degree?
You're off on the right foot, then, if you want to be the next coach of the Oregon Ducks.
Within hours of coach Chip Kelly leaving the University of Oregon for the Philadelphia Eagles, the school had posted the job on its website.
The "full time, 12-month position" has a salary range that is "commensurate with experience," but Kelly made at least $3.5 million at the helm of one of college football's best programs.
One of the responsibilities listed on the job posting is to "ensure compliance with NCAA guidelines" for contacting and recruiting prospects.
That may be the only area where Kelly is alleged to have dropped the ball during his tenure with the Ducks. Oregon might face possible NCAA sanctions for the school's use of a recruiting service in 2010.
There's no word on a timeline for selecting the Ducks' next coach. Like the job posting says, the position is "open until filled."
Apply here: jobs.uoregon.edu/unclassified.php?id=4142
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