The Head Alpine Ski Coach manages all aspects of the Alpine Skiing program with emphasis on recruiting, enrolling, educating, retaining, and graduating highly-qualified student-athletes. The Head Ski Coach creates a positive, winning culture and an exceptional student-athlete experience; and ensures that the New England College Alpine Skiing program is administered with full commitment to compliance with regard to all institutional, conference, and NCAA rules and regulations.
Essential Duties Summary:
Administers and develops all aspects of the NCAA Division III Alpine Skiing program
Successfully recruits highly-qualified student athletes on a national level who possess academic achievement, character, and athletic skill
Ensures a highly-competitive team with a full roster on an annual basis
Mentors and leads student-athletes to augment and sustain retention rates
Creates an appropriate academic culture for team members and provides adequate academic monitoring, support and counseling for student-athletes
Manages the skiing budget while exercising full fiscal responsibility
Generates annual fundraising revenue to supplement additional program needs
Successfully and strategically creates a well-balanced, challenging game schedule
Coordinates and oversees all team travel and recruiting trips
Evaluates equipment and uniform needs, manages existing equipment and uniforms, and purchases new equipment and uniforms, as needed
Plans and executes practice sessions that challenge student-athletes and develop their skills and team play
Organizes and teaches individual skill instruction for players
Coordinates and manages multiple social media platforms to promote the team
Effectively supports team and departmental discipline procedures
Coordinates team community service projects
Supervises and mentors assistant coaches
Knowledge of NCAA Division III rules and regulations
Excellent communication skills
Strong recruiting skills at the college level
Strong administrative skills with the ability to manage a competitive college program.
CPR/AED certifications required within one month of appointment
Flexible hours (travel required.)
A minimum of three years of demonstrated recruiting and coaching experience and success at the college level.
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