The head coach, in collaboration with the Athletics Director, or his/her designee, the assistant coaches and the support staff is responsible for the administration of the collegiate women's swimming program in a way that reflects the athletics' department program goals. The head coach is responsible for creating an environment that is supportive of individual differences and maximizes the educational and athletic development of the student athletes.
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Must have proficient knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations
A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university is required; a Master's degree is preferred.
A minimum of two years of collegiate women's swimming coaching experience at the NCAA Division I, II, III, NAIA or Junior College level as a head or assistant coach is required.
Demonstrated successful women's swimming fundraising and summer camps coordination is required.
Extensive collegiate women's swimming recruiting experience is required.
Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations is preferred. Must have the ability to pass the NCAA Coaching Examination each year. Must have a valid driver license and have the ability to drive and travel for practices, competitions and recruiting of student-athletes. Must pass all background clearances including fingerprinting to be hired. Must maintain an exemplary standard of conduct, which reflects the highest level of professionalism and good judgement on and off the fields of play.