Job #: 1625
The Head Women’s Rowing Coach is responsible for the overall administration of the women’s rowing program, including the direction, instruction and supervision of assistant coaches.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Conduct the rowing program according to all NCAA Division III and University rules and regulations
- Planning and supervising practices and contests
- Manage the rowing budget
- Follow purchasing and spending guidelines as set by the University and athletic department
- Scheduling of all competitive events
- Completing all travel arrangements as required
- Responsible for all aspects of practice preparation and competition coaching
- Responsible for recruiting quality rowing student-athletes to the University
- Plans and schedules a regular program of practice in-season
- Responsible for keeping practice periods for the sport within the confines of the time specified by department and NCAA policy and with due consideration to the coaching staff and the welfare of participant
- Responsible for administering and working within the parameters of operating, recruiting and work-study budgets.
- Responsible for the purchasing of equipment, supplies and uniforms for the program adhering to department policies
- Responsible for the general upkeep and protection of equipment under the jurisdiction of the program
- Works with Associate Athletic Director as a liaison to Washington County Parks and Recreation
- Responsible for the administration of a potential men’s club rowing program
- Responsible for submitting all eligibility forms to the University Compliance Officer in a timely manner according to the guidelines set by the Pacific Athletic Eligibility Policies and Procedures
- Follow all NCAA, NWC and Pacific University rules and regulations which pertain to the rowing program
- Cooperates with the head athletic trainer to ensure that athletes receive quality care, prevention and treatment of injuries
- Attend all Pacific Athletic Department coaches’ meetings and represent Pacific at all NWC rowing coaches’ meetings
- Makes financial reports of all trips away from home where money has been advanced and keeps accurate records when expenses are to be repaid
- Works with the Sports Information Director to promote the sport of rowing
- Cooperates with the Athletic Director and all other coaches in providing the optimum sports program possible
- Functions as a team player within the department and shares the vision for the future of the department as outlined by the athletics strategic plan
- Monitors student's academic progress
- Coaches individual participants in the skills necessary for excellent achievement in the sport
- Enforces disciplined and sportsperson like behavior at all times, and establishes and oversees penalties for breach of such standards by individual students
- Exercises good judgment in projecting positive coaching behavior. Leads by example in promoting a "class image" for the program
- Encourages good sportsmanship and fosters desirable athlete/coach relationships
- Does not allow athletes to participate until they are cleared for eligibility by the University
- Clears with the Athletic Director any travel that is outside of the region
- Provides adequate and appropriate notice to the faculty for travel that involves loss of class time
- Recruitment of quality student-athletes to the rowing program
SECONDARY FUNCTIONS: Other duties within the athletic department will be assigned to this position. Responsibilities which may be included but are not limited to, intramural sports support, game management duties, sports information and other duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics.
SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITY: The head rowing coach will be responsible for direct supervision of assistant coaches in the program. The head coach will recommend new hires of assistant coaches to the Director of Athletics for approval.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE: A Bachelor's Degree is required; Master’s Degree is preferred. A significant and successful record as a head coach in the sport of rowing is ideal. The successful candidate should possess strong leadership and communication skills along with the ability to recruit high quality student-athletes. The candidate must be committed to the mission of a private liberal arts University and an understanding of how the sport of rowing and athletics in general fit into this environment. Salary will commensurate with experience.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES & BEHAVIORS:
a) Communicates with students, faculty, staff and the public appropriate to the age of the individual served.
b) Builds on basic learning and carries it from one situation to another.
c) Demonstrates critical thinking skills in problem solving and decision-making.
d) Asks questions and seeks assistance.
e) Takes responsibility to eliminate the source of problems.
f) Demonstrates confidentiality regarding information pertaining to all students, faculty and staff.
g) Maintains proper appearance and personal conduct for the employee’s particular job.
h) Uses effective communication skills taking into consideration body language, filters, listening, paraphrasing, and questions with customers of diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
i) Demonstrates ability to work in a team environment.
WORKING CONDITIONS: General coaching environment
PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES: _x_Climbing _x_Balancing _x_Stooping _x_Kneeling _x_Crouching _x_Crawling _x_Reaching _x_Standing _x_Walking _x_Pushing _x_Pulling _x_Lifting _x_Fingering _x_Grasping _x_Feeling _x_Talking _x_Hearing x__Repetitive motion
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: __Sedentary work __Light work _x_Medium work __Heavy work __Very Heavy work __Visual acuity
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