Head Coach, Women’s Volleyball
POSITION TITLE: Head Coach, Women’s Volleyball
REPORTS TO: Director of Athletics
This position promotes and supports the learning experience of Marian University students by developing and maintaining a competitive intercollegiate women’s volleyball program within compliance of Marian University, the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference (NACC), and NCAA rules and regulations.
- Oversees all aspects of running an NCAA Division III Women’s Volleyball program.
- Recruits academically qualified student-athletes for acceptance into Marian University within guidelines set by the University, NCAA, and NACC. This includes identifying, evaluation, developing relationships, and initiating application submission.
- Develops and implements a program which includes monitoring academic progress in addition to athletic performance.
- Plan and organize in-season practice sessions. In addition, responsible for all coaching decisions during competition.
- Assists head strength & conditioning coach with strength and conditioning programs and provide skill instruction during season for competitive performance per sport.
- Demonstrates a working knowledge of our NACC conference, and University rules and regulations. Conducts program in compliance with NACC, and NCAA rules and regulations and Marian University athletic policies.
- Sets realistic roles and responsibilities of all assistant coaches in the program.
- Works with Director of Athletic Communication for press releases, media guide, social media, and other publications.
- Conducts athletic fundraising activities per department fundraising standards set by Director of Athletics and Marian University Advancement Office.
- Organizes camps and clinics to promote said sport, public interest, and community involvement with the University.
- Take part in professional development and educational activities to stay abreast of new ideas, concepts, and changes that occur in Volleyball.
- Plans all team travel including hotel reservations, ground transportation, and meal arrangements.
- Responsible for managing and monitoring the program budget under the direction of the Director of Athletics including purchasing team uniforms and equipment.
- Supervision of facility usage, including but not limited to, open fitness and gym hours, facility rentals, etc. as director by the Director of Athletics.
- Completes the following for program with assistance from Director of Athletics:
- Attends all department and conference meetings
- Schedules contests
- Assists in long-range sport needs
- Public relations, speaking engagements to promote Marian Athletics
- Maintains a positive work environment by cooperating in a professional manner with the University community.
- Performs other work related duties as assigned.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, and SKILLS REQUIRED:
- Bachelor’s degree required, Masters preferred. Previous collegiate coaching and recruiting experience required. A combination of education and experience may be considered.
- Candidate must demonstrate knowledge of the NACC and the NCAA Division III philosophy, recruitment, rules and regulations.
- Must have willingness to work nights and weekends.
- Strong oral and written communication skills and organizational skills.
- Valid driver’s license is required. Must register as a University driver.
- Willingness to support the Mission and Core Values of the University.
To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and name, address and telephone number of three references to email@example.com. Please use ‘Head Coach, Women’s Volleyball’ in the subject line of the email.
Application Deadline: November 13, 2019
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Any offer of employment will be contingent upon the receipt of criminal background and reference check information; and the determination that the candidate remains eligible and suitable for employment.