University of Jamestown, located in Jamestown, N.D., is accepting applications for a Head Coach for our highly successful competitive intercollegiate esports program.

The opening is a 10 month-full-time position responsible for the development and oversight of the program. Responsibilities include program operation, recruiting, and practice and competition management. The successful candidate will report to the Dean of Engagement and Student Affairs.

Bachelor’s degree required. Related experience in a competitive setting or an equivalent combination of education and collegiate experience. A strong commitment to the student-athlete concept and a working knowledge of esports rules and regulations is required. Additional requirements include strong communication, organizational, and supervisory skills, the ability to work well in a team environment, and the capacity to model mature, responsible leadership. The candidate must be willing to work some weekends and holidays and travel with the team to competitions. Applicants must submit to a criminal background check, subject to review and approval by The University of Jamestown.

To apply: For consideration, please submit a cover letter, resume and contact information for three professional references to the Dean of Engagement and Student Affairs,

Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

Established as Jamestown College in 1883 by members of the Presbyterian Church, the University of Jamestown is a private, liberal arts university granting Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Bachelor of Science in Nursing degrees as well as master’s degrees in Education, Leadership, and Clinical Counseling and a Fargo-based Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.

The University of Jamestown is an AA/EO employer.

University of Jamestown at a glance

Financial Aid

  • Academic Scholarships
  • Athletic Scholarships
  • Fine Arts Performance Awards
  • Journey Awards

Campus Demographics

Placement Rate

1,100 students from 30 states and 20 countries
(Undergraduate 2017)

Student to Faculty Ratio - 12:1