1.Responsible for all aspects of a Division I program, including recruiting, scheduling, budgeting, arranging travel, player development and match preparation. Use organizational and administrative skills to ensure a smoothly run program of player development and match preparation. 2.Scheduling should be done to ensure a competitive schedule that complies with the requirements for Division I membership and minimizes missed class time. 3.Prepare an annual budget for travel, recruiting, scholarships, equipment, etc., working with the Assistant Director for Business and your sports supervisor. 4.Monitor expenditures to remain within the authorized budget. 5.Regularly compete for Mountain West Conference Championships. 6.Develop and maintain a public relations program with the surrounding communities, businesses and the Big Blue Club. Encourage community service by team members and ensure team participation in the Life Skills program, including encouraging student-athletes to become student mentors in the SAMs program. 7.Maintain high moral and ethical standards of integrity, compliance, character, diversity, and the academic and athletic experience of the student-athlete and insist upon the same for your staff. Develop a working knowledge of and compliance with NCAA, Mountain West, and Utah State University rules, policies and procedures. Report violations of NCAA or Mountain West rules to your sports supervisor or the Director of Athletics. 8.Recruit and retain academically as well as athletically qualified students. Continue to promote and monitor academic progress of student-athletes to help ensure continuing eligibility and graduation. Encourage sportsmanship and high standards of citizenship and moral behavior for all student-athletes.
Coaching experience at a 4-year institution
Division I playing/coaching experience
Internal Number: 2019-1664
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