The Head Coach position will oversee all aspects of operating a successful collegiate team. The position’s primary purpose is the successful recruitment and development of student-athletes who commit to the College, while also managing the daily operations of the sport program throughout the academic year.
•Successful recruitment of quality student-athletes to meet required roster target goals. •Maintaining an 80% student-athlete retention rate, with the exception of graduating seniors. •Monitor academic progress of the team to ensure a minimum 3.0 team GPAC is maintained per academic semester. •Successfully managing within operational budget guidelines for regular season as well as post-season qualification. •Coordinate all press releases, social media communication, publications data, and other program information with the Sports Information Director. •Consistent notification of statistical and game information to the Sports Information Director. •Regular review of the CSM Athletics website for your sport and alert Sports Information Director of needed changes. •Compile and maintain athletic game statistics/records and keep an accurate historical record of the sport. •Completion of required paperwork and nomination forms in timely manner to specific deadlines (official roster, eligibility forms, honors, etc.). •Attend all scheduled full-staff athletic meetings and required GPAC coaches meetings. •Maintain active membership and involvement in appropriate college coaching association. •Complete all NAIA required coaching education. •Encourage, support and promote Boost-Her Club and department or campus related fundraising events. Develop and implement team fundraising campaigns with approval from the Director of Athletics. •Coordinate of all phases of a successful intercollegiate athletic team including; recruiting scheduling, practice planning, ordering equipment/uniforms maintaining equipment and preparation of the next academic year’s operating budget. •Manage and mentors assistant coaches. •Additional duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics.
Record of successful leadership
Knowledge of the college recruiting process
Demonstrate commitment to student-athlete development (mind, body, spirit)
Effective written and verbal communication skills.
History of successful management of operating budgets
Ability to fairly and effectively assess the ongoing recruitment of new students and player development of current team roster to create a competitive collegiate athletic basketball program.
About College of Saint Mary
College of Saint Mary is a Catholic university providing access to education for women in an environment that calls forth potential and fosters leadership. The University is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate against employees or job applicants on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, marital status or any other status or condition protected by applicable laws, except where a bona fide occupational qualification applies.Located on 40 acres of land, College of Saint Mary is near a popular walking trail, parks and a newly developing area consisting of a variety of shops, professional buildings and apartments. The University is within easy driving distance of the revitalized downtown area that showcases art, music, theatre, spectacular gardens and a world-famous zoo. Omaha is home to the NCAA Men's College World Series and hosts the Olympic Swim Trials.