1. Use expert technical knowledge of the sport of women’s track & field to assist in the development and coaching of a successful program, including the development of high quality student-athletes. This includes: a. Monitor and advise all students in the women’s track & field program on issues of academic achievement and study table. b. Participate in video analysis of team competition and practice. c. Participates in team and individual player development through practices, film study, and in-game instruction. 2. Assist in the effort to recruit quality student-athletes from geographically and demographically diverse populations. This includes: a. Travel to evaluate prospective student-athletes. b. Arrange all campus visitations, including Official and Unofficial Visits c. Assist in the provision of all correspondence with prospective student-athletes, coaches, and parents. 3. Administrative Duties, including: a. To oversee assistant coaches in the performance of public relations and fundraising duties as needed. b. Assist in ensuring program compliance with all NCAA, California Collegiate Athletic Association and University rules, including completion of required Compliance documentation and timely reporting of all known violations to the Director of Athletics or Director for Compliance. c. Prepare and perform logistical forecasting of team travel and any other team related activities during the course of the year d. Attend and participate in departmental and conference meetings. e. List professional development goals for yourself and your assistants, and be current with USTFCCCA and any other related organizations. f. Perform evaluations of your assistant coaches. g. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned. 4. On occasion may need to drive on behalf of the University.
Bachelor’s degree required,
At least three years of coaching collegiate Women’s Track & Field
Active member of the USTFCCCA
Valid driver’s license.
Strong communication and organizational skills.
First Aid/CPR/AED Certification
Commitment to student-athlete welfare, academic success, NCAA/University rules.
About SF State
San Francisco State has a historical tradition of diversity, innovation and leadership. Since 1899, SFSU has offered 100+ years of opportunity, academic excellence and creativity. SFSU is a community of 29,000 students, 1,600 faculty and 1,400 staff. Since 1929, SFSU has sponsored intercollegiate athletics with the intent of providing support for academic excellence, personal development, service to the community, career development and athletic excellence. SFSU is a Division II member of the NCAA and sponsors 12 sports: men’s and women’s basketball, cross country, soccer; men’s baseball and wrestling; women’s indoor track and field, women’s outdoor track and field, softball and volleyball. SFSU is a member of the California Collegiate Athletic Association in all sports except wrestling (Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference). San Francisco State University is an EOE/ADA employer and has a strong commitment to the principals of diversity.