The head men’s golf coach reports directly to the Director of Athletics and is responsible for managing and coaching the men’s golf program.
Job Responsibilities 1. Oversee and manage all aspects of the men’s golf program including but not limited to competition, practice, compliance, budget, academics, student conduct and development. 2. Responsible for conducting all practices and competitions necessary to accomplish the objectives of the men’s golf program within the guidelines of the University, WCC, and NCAA rules. 3. Responsible for recruiting highly skilled student-athletes for the men’s golf team. 4. Responsible for adhering to and orienting student-athletes to the policies and regulations of the University, Department of Athletics, WCC and NCAA. 5. Oversee conduct and discipline of student-athletes on the men’s golf team. 6. Work with the admissions office and the office of compliance and student services with the enrollment of student-athletes. 7. In consultation with the Director of Athletics and the Development staff of the University, assist in raising private funds for the men’s golf program. 8. Counsel student-athletes in sport participation and personal development. 9. Coordinate and perform budget and expense related activities for the men’s golf program, including but not limited to, team travel, meals, per diem, equipment, facilities, and recruiting. 10. Manage men’s golf staff including assistant coaches and other administrative positions. 11. Performs other job related duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics.
Bachelor required, Master’s preferred. At least 5 year experience coaching men’s golf in college or beyond. Competitive collegiate division I men’s golf experience desirable. Strong organizational, oral, written and computer communication skills are needed. Knowledge of NCAA bylaws.
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