Minimum of 3 years coaching and/or competing in bowling at the college level or significant experience at the high school or club level.
Thorough knowledge of, or willingness to learn all applicable NJCAA and ICCAC rules as they apply to bowling.
Knowledge of and ability to apply effective principles of program administration.
Ability to effectively teach and coach student-athletes on and off the field.
Ability to recruit outstanding student-athletes to a strong academic environment.
Ability to work with diverse populations including faculty, staff, students, and community members.
Ability to plan, organize, and implement special programs related to the College’s programs and operations.
Knowledge and ability to use software applications, i.e. Microsoft Excel and Word
Possess strong leadership abilities.
Successful clearance of criminal conviction record check.
Must possess a current driver’s license valid in the State of Iowa and a driving record insurable by the College’s insurer.
Possess or have the ability to obtain a Commercial Driver’s License and Passenger Endorsement within first three months of employment
CPR/First Aid certification required or ability to obtain.
Due to the nature of the work involved in coaching; many weeks will entail morning, evening, and weekend hours.
Needs of the department vary, the percent of time devoted to each part of the job will be governed by seasonal and immediate needs of the department.
Other duties as assigned.
One-year experience in recruiting student-athletes.
One-year experience working with college age students.
One-year experience in events coordination.
One-year experience with national and ICCAC policies, e.g. NCAA, NJCAA, NAIA, ICCAC, etc.
Demonstrates knowledge of and ability to develop student-athletes both academically and athletically.
Identifies prospective student-athletes that qualify for admission to the college.
Follows all College and Department policies and procedures related to financial operations.
Operates program within all College, ICCAC, and NJCAA guidelines.
Assist in the identification, hiring, training, and evaluation of assistant coach(es), including volunteers.
Serves as primary representative for bowling to both on-campus and off-campus constituencies.
General professional staff responsibilities.
Assists the Athletic Administration in the implementation of men’s and women’s bowling.
Promotes student-athlete welfare and provides appropriate mentoring to student-athletes.
Effectively communicates with student-athletes and assistant coach(es) to ensure compliance with all College, ICCAC, and NJCAA guidelines.
Effectively communicates with prospective student-athletes from point of inquiry through enrollment.
Effectively communicates and coordinates recruitment efforts with Athletic Administration.
Keeps budget expenditures within agreed upon budget plan each year.
Generate external funds as needed for program aspirations and budget augmentation.
Schedules and provides instruction for all practices, competitions, and events within all College, ICCAC, and NJCAA guidelines.
Maintains inventory of equipment, uniforms, and supplies.
Coordinates all team travel and transportation in conjunction with the Athletic Administration.
Performs set-ups, teardowns, and storage of equipment.
About Hawkeye Community College
Since Hawkeye opened its doors in 1966, it has focused on meeting the needs of the community, providing quality, affordable training for learners at all stages of life. First opened as Hawkeye Institute of Technology, today Hawkeye Community College serves more than 25,000 individuals and awards almost 1,500 diplomas and degrees annually. Hawkeye has a community impact of $106 million and 1,400 jobs. Since 1966, the college has graduated more than 50,000 students, with 94 percent staying in Iowa.
In the fall of 2015, Hawkeye launched its first ever intercollegiate sport program with a strategic initiative to have 13 programs implemented by the fall of 2019. These programs include: sports shooting, men's soccer, women's soccer, men's cross country, women's cross country, men's track and field, women's track and field, men's golf, women's volleyball, men's bowling, women's bowling, competitive dance, and the first Esports program among community colleges in the State of Iowa.