The Director of Cross Country and Track & Field is responsible for the overall management of the Men’s and Women’s Cross Country and Women’s Track & Field programs. This position must adhere to all budgetary guidelines, as well as NCAA, Mid-American Conference and University of Toledo policies. This position is also responsible for the actions of all assistant coaches and administrators who report, directly or indirectly. This position will promote an atmosphere of compliance within the program and will monitor the activities of all assistant coaches and administrators involved with the program who report, directly or indirectly. The Director is responsible for all aspects of practice and competition preparation, recruitment of student athletes, and the comprehensive operation of the program with student athlete welfare as a guiding principle.
The Director of Cross Country and Track & Field is responsible for adhering to compliance, policies and procedures of the Athletic Department, University of Toledo, NCAA and MAC.
Bachelor’s degree required.
A minimum of 4 years of successful collegiate Cross Country and/or Track and Field coaching or equivalent experience required.
Collegiate and/or professional experience required.
Communications and other skills:
Ability to effectively communicate and counsel student-athletes on requirements for personal conduct, academic performance and athletic performance.
Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.
Demonstrate professional conduct and ethical behavior.
Ability to comply with all policies and regulations of the University, MAC and NCAA.
Must have the ability to as well as meet the requirements to complete and maintain mandatory training per the University mandatory training policy pursuant to the deadlines set forth therein.
Internal Number: req788
About The University of Toledo
The University of Toledo is one of 13 state universities in Ohio. It was established in 1872 and became a member of the state university system in 1967. The University of Toledo and the Medical University of Ohio merged in 2006 to form the third-largest public university operating budget in the state.UT is a community built around eleven academic colleges and professional programs matched only by a handful of public universities nationwide, including The Ohio State University and the University of Michigan.