Head Mens and Womens Swimming and Diving Coach Carroll University
Classification: Administrative Staff - Part-Time - 1040 Annual Hours - 29 Hours per Week Reports to: Director of Athletics
Description: The Head Coach is responsible for the development and maintenance of an effective and competitive NCAA Division III Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving program. Teaching will include instruction of the skills and strategies necessary for the student-athlete to become competitive and successful in this sport.
This Head Coach is expected to teach and demonstrate the ability to promote the growth of student-athlete's physical, intellectual and social behaviors. The Head Coach is responsible for directing all aspects of their assigned sport program.
Organize and conduct all practices and game preparations
Manage all phases of the men's and women's swimming and diving programs including coaching, recruiting, and public relations, and conducting camps/clinics in this sport
Support sport program, departmental, and institutional fundraising efforts
Follow all rules and guidelines set forth by the NCAA Division III, CCIW (Collegiate Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin), Carroll University, and Carroll University Athletics policies and procedures
Understand and comply with the NCAA Division III, the CCIW, Carroll University philosophy and mission
Act as a professional and positive representative of the Carroll University Educational Experience
Serve as teacher, counselor, and role model so that student athletes will improve upon their physical, intellectual, and social behaviors
Maximize the physical talent of the team through quality teaching/coaching of appropriate skills and strategies needed to be successful in that sport, and the promotion of teamwork
Maintain, manage and update equipment inventories
Assist with the management and maintenance of all game and practice facilities used by the team
Coordinate potential off-site practice sessions within the local community
Perform other duties as assigned Strength and Conditioning Responsibilities
Implementation of standards and safety guidelines for Professional Strength and Conditioning Practice(s).
Maintain compliance with current NCAA strength and conditioning regulations.
Assist with facility and equipment set up, inspection, and maintenance.
Implementation of emergency planning and response plan when needed in the weight room.
Works collaboratively with Human Performance coaches.
Serves as weight room monitor when supervising the weight room
Previous progressive experience in coaching required
College level coaching and recruiting experience is highly desirable
Current certification requirements for this position (required)
Budgeting background preferred
Current valid Strength and Conditioning certification. Special Requirements:
Certification in first aid, CPR for the Professional Rescuer, and WSI lifeguard training or equivalent
Must have valid motor vehicle license and be insurable under the University's insurance plan
Human Relations Skills:
Ability to recruit quality and retain quality student athletes
Ability to function effectively as a team member
Positive attitude about the university and its intercollegiate programs will be essential
Ability to conduct self and Carroll University in a productive, professional manner at all times
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Possess the ability to serve as a positive role model to student athletes
Candidates must be willing and able to support and advance the Job #1920-103 Please reference job #1920-103 and submit cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Human Resources Carroll University 100 N. East Avenue Waukesha, WI 53186
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