Serve as Head Women's Varsity Volleyball Coach: Demonstrate effective teaching and coaching skills, tactics and technique; plan and implement game strategies for demonstration at practices and varsity competitions; plan and organize team practices and develop multi-year varsity competition schedules; develop and implement strategies to recruit student athletes; assess team's future needs (numbers, skills); identify schools and individuals to target for recruitment. Develop recruitment schedule and implement recruitment plan including supervising one or more Assistant Varsity Coaches. Scout student athletes following NCAA (National Collegiate Athletics Association) and UAA (University Athletics Association) regulations; contact parents and students to evaluate students' athletic ability and promote interest in attending NYU. In consultation with Admissions Officer and Academic Affairs Advisor, develop student athlete profiles and recommend admission assessing their athletic and academic potential. Ensure compliance with NCAA, UAA and University regulations; serve as voting member of sports committees including recommending changes in contest rules and athletes' code of conduct.
Required Experience - 3 years experience as Head Coach or Assistant Coach at high school or college level or equivalent combination. Preference given to candidates with prior successful collegiate coaching experience.
Other - CPR Certification (or ability to obtain). High level of interpersonal/motivational skills. Driver's license or ability to obtain.
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