The Head Coach is responsible for the organization and administration of all aspects of the women's soccer program with responsibilities in areas including staff supervision, teaching and implementing skills and strategy, recruiting, budget development, and implementation of NCAA, conference and institutional policy and regulations. Pratt Institutes is an NCAA member in year 1 of the NCAA membership process. The Athletics and Recreation Department is committed to providing a wide range of activities and services that assist Pratt students of various backgrounds and abilities in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
HEAD WOMEN'S SOCCER COACH DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Direct the women's soccer program by coordinating and completing the following: recruitment and retention of student-athletes, practice sessions, contest preparation, contest management, game scheduling and administrative duties.
Recruit and retain student athletes that can meet Pratt's academic admissions standards and sustain or enhance the competitiveness of the program.
Work to support the academic success of student-athletes and to monitor their academic performance.
Submit and manage team roster in accordance with Department of Athletics and Recreation regulations.
Collaborate with athletic training staff for documentation and appropriate care of injuries.
Keep abreast of the NCAA, conference and departmental rules and regulations and attend required departmental meetings.
Ensure compliance with all rules and regulations of the NCAA, American Collegiate Athletic Association (ACAA) and Pratt Institute.
Develop specific duties for the assistant coach that aid in the overall success of the program, ensure that they adhere to their established performance program and evaluate their performance at the conclusion of the season or year.
Complete administrative duties within deadlines established by the Director of Athletics and Recreation, including pre-trip and post-trip meal, hotel and transportation arrangements and receipting for both team and recruitment travel, monthly assessment data.
Maintain weekly office hours outside of practice time, in accordance with NCAA Policies.
Consult and assist the Director of Athletics and Recreation in department and team fundraising activities.
Submit an annual budget within deadline established by the Director of Athletics and Recreation.
Inventory equipment at the end of the season and include in the budget all equipment requests, including those necessary to ensure student-athlete safety.
Maintain applicable health and safety certifications (i.e. CPR, AED, first aid).
Participate in continuing education through professional development opportunities.
Bachelor's Degree in related field and/or related athletic experience.
Effective organizational and communication skills (verbal and written).
1-2 years of coaching experience at the high school or college level.
Athletic recruiting experience at collegiate level
Valid Driver's License.
Ability to work well in diverse environment.
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