Head Coach Men’s and Women’s Swimming
Part-time to Full-time
Position Description: The Athletics Department is seeking a Head Coach for Men’s and Women’s Swimming to begin serving immediately in a half-time role recruiting student athletes, with a planned launch to full-time at the beginning of the 2017-18 academic year. Reporting to the Director of Athletics, primary responsibilities include recruitment of prospective student-athletes, student-athlete development, meet preparation and strategy, supervision of assistant coaches, scheduling, alumni and public relations, fundraising, adherence to NCAA rules and regulations, and general administrative duties. Additional duties include leading all aspects of a Division II program including, but not limited to, supporting the philosophy, goals, and mission of the College and its Athletic Department as well as adherence to departmental, East Coast Conference, and NCAA policies and procedures.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required (Master's strongly preferred) with 3-5 years of college level coaching experience preferred. Two years assistant coach experience and/or competitive swim experience required. Experience preferred includes: 1 year of head coach experience and 1-2 years of pool management experience. Excellent communication skills, a commitment to the values of NCAA Division II athletics and Christ-centered education, and strong organizational and leadership skills required. Also, applicant must be a follower of Christ and be committed to pursuing athletic excellence as a way of developing students for Christian life and service.
Application process: A completed staff application is required and can be accessed via the Employment link at www.roberts.edu/employment. Email, fax, or mail completed application, letter of interest, resume, and references to:
Office of Human Resources
Roberts Wesleyan College
2301 Westside Drive
Rochester, NY 14624-1997
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