Primary responsibilities of the Head Football Coach include, but are not limited to: the overall operation and success of the Presbyterian College football program; ensuring student-athlete safety and well-being; providing principled leadership to assistant coaching staff and student-athletes; identifying and successfully recruiting qualified student-athletes; promoting student-athlete development and academic success; ensuring sound management in matters of student-athlete conduct; establishing optimal staff performance and effective staff management; budgeting and ensuring fiscal responsibility; compliance with NCAA, conference and institutional rule and regulations; and other duties as assigned.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Plan, organize, and administer all aspects of the football program.
Provide principled leadership that promotes health and well-being of student-athletes, competitive success, positive attitudes, successful outcomes, strong working relationships, a positive work environment, and a positive student-athlete experience.
Encourage and promote an environment within the football program which places equal and high value on:
Ensuring student-athlete health and well-being.
Providing a positive student-athlete experience.
Encourage and promote excellence in academics, progress-toward-degree and graduation of football student athletes.
Plan and direct football program’s recruiting program consistent with annual football student-athlete matriculation expectations and roster management needs; Identify and matriculate academically qualified student-athletes who are also persons of character and strong moral values.
Hire, supervise and evaluate coaches, student managers and other auxiliary personnel (if applicable), and ensure strong administrative hygiene, communication and collaboration with other members of the department and campus, and encourage and promote a culture within the football program in which positive working relationships exist with other staff and departments.
Ensure rules compliance and conduct of all individuals within the football program is consistent with all NCAA, conference, institutional and departmental expectations, policies and procedures; Council, advise and mentor assistant coaches and student-athletes.
Prepare and operate within the program’s operational and recruiting budgets and adhere to institutional and department budget policies and procedures.
Engage in public relations activities, fund raising and positively promote the football program, the athletic department and the college with the alumni, general public, community and media.
Maintain a visible and positive presence within and among the campus and local communities.
Engage in, and also promote participation among members of the football program, volunteer activities at least once per semester in college and/or community service projects.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics.
Supervisor: Director of Athletics
Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution.
High school, college or professional coaching experience.
Strong leadership and communication skills.
Be a person of character and possess strong moral values.
The review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
About Presbyterian College
Presbyterian College is a fully accredited, private, residential, baccalaureate institution related to the Presbyterian Church (USA). The College provides a liberal arts education within a community of faith, learning, and intellectual freedom. Presbyterian College Department of Athletics strives to serve the College by producing winning NCAA Division I teams for all sports and graduating alumni who are: Men and women of character; Proud of their athletic experience and their alma mater; Committed to a lifetime of service to their families and communities thereby becoming productive members of society. Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.