Direct and lead the Utah State University Women’s Gymnastics program in compliance with applicable NCAA, conference, and institutional regulations.Responsibilities: Supervise two full-time assistant coaches and other support personnel. Develop a competitive home and away schedule. Implement healthy strategies for developing and motivating student-athletes to perform at maximum levels. Scout, recruit, and evaluate prospective student-athletes on both academic and athletic potential. Prepare an annual budget for travel, recruiting, scholarships, equipment, etc. in collaboration with the Assistant Athletics Director for Business and your sport supervisor.Maintain a philosophy and culture of student-athlete welfare and inclusion.Cultivate and maintain effective relationships with students, parents, faculty, staff, media, and friends of the university. Candidates should have experience leading individuals in a team setting and developing a team culture that is characterized by highly ethical practices and a commitment to create an atmosphere for student-success, equity, diversity and NCAA compliance.
Three or more years as first assistant or as head women’s gymnastics coach at a Division I or II university
Demonstrated experience coaching and recruiting success at the collegiate level
Excellent communication, organization, and leadership skills
Working knowledge of NCAA eligibility rules and regulations (compliance, CARA, recruiting, etc)
Former collegiate gymnast
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with experience, plus benefits
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