The University of Mary in Bismarck, ND is accepting applications for the part-time position of Head Men’s Golf Coach.
The Head Men’s and Women’s Coach is responsible for all aspects of the University of Mary’s NCAA Division II golf program, including strategic planning, budgeting, recruitment, personnel management, and campus and community relations. A key responsibility is the enthusiastic implementation of and personal investment in the University’s ‘Greatness Through Virtue’ whole-person development model.
Essential Roles and Responsibilities Include: •Oversees Scholar-Athlete & Team Academic Success oExhibits a commitment to academic success oProvides guidance to scholar-athletes to ensure there is a balance between academics and athletics that will result in satisfactory academic progress oMust maintain knowledge of NCAA Division II eligibility requirements and guidelines oDevelops and implements criteria and success plans for “academically at-risk” scholar-athletes •Oversees Scholar-Athlete & Team Athletic Success oExhibits a commitment to athletic success oAchieves a winning record or shows improvement within the program oRecruits high caliber student –athletes oDemonstrates the ability to work with other members of the athletics department oDemonstrates the knowledge necessary to facilitate improvement in athletic performances •Oversees Scholar-Athlete & Team Compliance oDemonstrates knowledge and compliance with University, conference, and NCAA rules and regulations, including all aspects of compliance in operating a Division II Athletic program •Oversees Scholar-Athlete Leadership & Whole Person Development oPromotes the ‘Greatness Through Virtue’ whole-person development model oCreate a positive team culture of Solidarity & Harmony oDevelop and emphasize Virtuous Leadership •Oversees Scholar-Athlete Safety, Health & Well Being oAthletic Training oNutritional Instruction oTeam Travel oSatisfactory housing options oClarity on team policies oSupport resources for individual counsel •Oversees Community Integration & Connectedness oThrough strategic marketing plans and social media platforms oFacilitate faculty & student body involvement oCreate and establish strong traditions that promote involvement with your program •Oversees Program Management oDemonstrates fiscal and administrative responsibility, including budget, scholarships, scheduling, student assistance and athletic department assistance (event contributions) •Contribute to Athletic Fundraising oDemonstrates a commitment to the promotion and development of the Marauders Armada oCreate, develop or maintain a sport-emphasis fundraising activity
Qualifications include: •Bachelor’s degree required •Masters’ degree preferred •Upholds and promotes the Christian, Catholic, Benedictine mission of the University of Mary •Supports the ongoing implementation of Ex Corde Ecclesiae, the apostolic constitution on Catholic colleges and universities •Builds a culture of ready and earnest hospitality in the Office of Athletics and throughout the university in accord with Saint Benedict’s admonition that all be received as Christ
Knowledge and Skills include: •Understanding of the ‘Greatness Through Virtue’ core strategies and being able to facilitate the growth of our Scholar-Athletes in the virtues of academic life •Understanding of balancing a scholar-athlete academic responsibility with their athletic demands •Demonstrated personal and professional integrity •Excellent communication skills •Ability to maintain a clean an organized professional work environment and keeping current with administrative reporting requirements •Ability to prioritize workload, perform work duties independently, and meet deadlines •Ability to work effectively and collaborate with a variety of people including scholar-athletes, parents, faculty, and staff •Demonstrated knowledge of the departmental needs of scholar-athletes, best practices in working with scholar-athletes who are at risk for attrition and the ability to work effectively with scholar-athletes from diverse cultures and backgrounds, scholar-athletes who have a disability, nontraditional scholar-athletes, and other at-risk scholar-athletes •Understand and comply with federal laws and regulations that pertain to higher education •Knowledge of NCAA Division II Rules and Regulations
For more information on the University of Mary, please watch a short video by clicking on this link: https://youtu.be/Go37Hy6QrVs
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Review of application materials will begin immediately. Position will remain open until filled.