This full-time, year-round position provides a head coach of women’s swimming and diving for the Department of Athletics. This position will provide overall organization and management of the women’s swimming and diving program while reporting to the Senior Associate Director of Athletics. In accordance with the vision of the Department of Athletics, this position is responsible for all areas of the swimming and diving program, including, coaching, practices and workouts, recruiting, scheduling, coordinating travel, planning and monitoring the swimming and diving budget, monitoring student-athlete academics, maintaining solid roster numbers, organizing and managing camps and clinics, monitoring RMAC and NCAA compliance, promoting swimming and diving to the Pueblo community, working with local swim clubs, bolstering alumni and fan support, and developing fund-raising opportunities for the program. Other duties may be assigned by the Senior Associate Director of Athletics.
Coaches student-athletes, including leading all team training sessions, practices and scheduled competitions; developing individual skills and conditioning levels, character and teamwork in order to have a strong, cohesive and competitive women’s swimming and diving program
Manages the swimming and diving program by planning and coordinating all workouts, practices and competitions; ensures all University, conference, and NCAA rules and regulations are followed, including student-athlete eligibility, recruiting, financial aid, scheduling, and academic progress; manages the program’s operating budget through procurement requests and travel reimbursements; and supervises assistant coaches (part-time and volunteer).
Monitors student-athlete academics, including student-athlete welfare, and encourages academic excellence.
Organizes camps and clinics; works closely with Recreation Sports on the management of the aquatics center; collaborates with local swim clubs; develops fund-raising opportunities; serves on committees that promote success of the program and athletics; establishes and maintains positive community contacts and enhances the success of the program.
Other duties as assigned by Deputy and/or Director of Athletics.
All interested candidates must apply through the on-line application system. No other format of application materials will be accepted. Applicants must attach the following documents, in order to be considered for this position:
a letter of intent (cover letter);
a current resume or CV;
unofficial or official transcripts showing degree conferred; and
three professional references with contact information to the on-line application.
Early submission of application materials is encouraged. Screening of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled, though all applications received by 4:00 p.m. (MST) on Wednesday, June 16, 2021 will be given full consideration.
Bachelor’s degree from accredited four-year institution.
Two years of successful coaching in the sport of swimming and diving at the high school or collegiate level.
Master’s degree from accredited four-year institution.
Demonstrated commitment and ability to motivate, teach and counsel student-athletes.
Successful experience coaching at the collegiate level in women's swimming and diving.
Experience with and commitment to working with diverse student populations.
About Colorado State University Pueblo
Colorado State University-Pueblo is a comprehensive state university with an enrollment of 4,000 students. CSU-Pueblo provides relevant professional coursework and superior instruction with a small professor-to-student ratio for an ever-changing global economy. Students can choose from 28 undergraduate programs with 70 fields of study in the College of Science and Mathematics, the Hasan School of Business, the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, and the College of Education, Engineering, and Professional Studies and 10 graduate programs.
CSU-Pueblo is equally committed to serving the diverse population of the region; this emphasis is reflected in the demographic characteristics of the student body. Because more than 25 percent of our students are Hispanic, the Federal Government has designated CSU-Pueblo a Hispanic Serving Institution. Besides reflecting our commitment to serve this critically important and rapidly-growing segment of the student population, that designation also allows the University to compete for certain federal grant funds to support its ability to better serve all students. The University also seeks to provide a rich and diverse cultural environme...nt that allows freedom of expression within a spirit of civility and mutual respect. The public service expected of all members of our community benefits our society - local and global - and builds our sense of citizenship.
Among its unique features, CSU-Pueblo is one of seven schools in the nation to offer a degree in mechatronics, which combines electrical and mechanical engineering. The Hasan School of Business ranks among the top 15 percent of all business schools internationally with graduate and undergraduate programs in business administration accredited by the AACSB International Board of Directors. The College of Education, Engineering and Professional Studies houses an undergraduate engineering program that was ranked in the nation's top 100 by U.S. News and World Report. CSU-Pueblo has an ever-changing campus landscape that features a newly renovated Library, a new general academic classroom building, and a newly renovated and expanded student center.
At CSU-Pueblo, Student Life offerings have increased significantly with the transition of the campus from a commuter environment to a more traditional collegiate experience. Competing at the NCAA Division II level, CSU-Pueblo is a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and offers 22 varsity intercollegiate sports and also has active intramural and club sports teams that allow students to get involved in campus life.