Under the general supervision of the Dean of Physical Education and work direction of the Director of Athletics, the Head Women’s Basketball Coach provides comprehensive leadership over the Women’s Basketball team in terms of California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) Compliance, recruiting, ensuring academic progress toward degree, as well as all other aspects of the intercollegiate sport program for basketball, including, but not limited to: planning and executing practice, training, and supervising student-athletes; scheduling athletic contests and arranging transportation; preparing budgets; maintaining athletic equipment, supplies and facilities; and enforcing district, college, and CCCAA rules and student requirements. Coaching assignments may include day, evening, and weekend classes, on and off campus responsibilities.
Any Bachelor's degree AND two years of experience; or
Any Associate's degree AND six years of experience; and
Demonstrated sensitivity to and an understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and the campus community.
DESIRABLE ATTRIBUTES & SKILLS
Initiate and maintain a team program that is consistent, reasonable, and effective for the student-athlete and the team.
Demonstrate a thorough and accurate knowledge in basketball.
Deliver coaching instruction in various learning styles.
Demonstrate safe and appropriate use of athletic equipment.
Maintain a positive and professional relationship with students, athletes, alumni and staff.
Analyze situations accurately and adopt effective courses of action.
Demonstrate commitment to professional excellence and continuous growth within subject field
Skills: Strong organizational skills.
Additional Salary Information: SALARY INFORMATION
FLSA Status: Exempt
Please refer to the Faculty (UPM/AFT) Salary Schedule on our Human Resources site for detailed information. Salaries for Part-time Temporary Pool members are based on the number of units taught and are paid at 95% of the Full-time Faculty Salary Schedule. New part-time instructors will be placed between Step 1, Column 1, and Step 9, Column 5 of the salary schedule, depending on background and experience.
Temporary part-time credit instructor payment formula:
Annual salary x # of units divided by 30 units x 95% = semester payment; divided by five (5) = monthly salary.
Opportunity for up additional leadership stipend for basketball program related leadership activities such as recruiting, fundraising and non-standard work schedules.
About College of Marin
College of Marin has been providing exceptional educational opportunities since 1926. The College has earned a reputation as a quality educational institution that provides a pathway for achievement and success for students of all ages. Each semester about 8,000 students are enrolled in over 1,100 credit classes. Approximately 100 international students participate in College of Marin's International Student Program, making for a culturally diverse educational experience. Nearly 6,000 students take advantage of the College's many outstanding community education and community services classes.
In order to provide students with the opportunities they need, and to ensure that students achieve their specific goals and objectives, the College offers seventy Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degree programs. To facilitate students' transfer to the four-year institution of their choice, the College has established approximately 200 transfer agreements with the University of California, California State University, and private colleges.
In addition the College provides thirty-five two-year vocational and career programs, as well as providing basic skills, English as a Second L...anguage (ESL) education, and community education classes. The College's workforce preparation programs provide the necessary skills for success in a globally competitive workforce environment. Whether the goal is career advancement, career change, or entering the workforce for the first time, the College offers a range of programs to help students succeed.
Originally known as Marin Junior College when established in 1926, the College was renamed College of Marin in 1947. In 1985 College of Marin merged with Indian Valley College. This merger provided Marin residents with two campuses, the original campus located in Kentfield and the Indian Valley Campus in Novato. The two campuses serve a county population of approximately 250,000 residents.
College of Marin strives to embrace diversity in all forms: it strives to be an Inclusive community that fosters an open, enlightened and productive environment and demonstrates sensitivity to and respect for a diverse population.