This full-time, year-round position provides an assistant coach for the women’s soccer program in Athletics. This position will provide support in the overall organization and management of the women’s soccer program while reporting to the head women’s soccer coach. In accordance with the vision of the head coach, this individual will be responsible for all areas, including: coaching practices & workouts; recruiting, scouting, scheduling, coordinating travel; planning and monitoring the women’s soccer budget; monitoring player academics; organizing and managing summer camps and clinics; monitoring NCAA compliance, promoting the women’s soccer program; developing fund-raising opportunities for the women’s soccer program and other duties assigned by the head women’s soccer coach, Associate Athletic Director and/or Vice President for Athletics and Strategic Partnerships.
Primary Duties Coach student-athletes, including leading all team practices and scheduled games/competitions; develop game preparation and strategy; condition and train student-athletes in order to develop skill, character, and teamwork in women’s soccer.
Manage the women’s soccer program by planning and coordinating all practices, workouts and competitions; ensuring that all University, conference and NCAA rules and regulations are followed including student-athlete eligibility, recruitment, financial aid, scheduling and academic progress; managing the program’s operating budget through procurement requests and travel reimbursements; and developing and implementing fund raising programs to supplement operating funds.
Monitor player academics including student welfare and encourage academic excellence.
Organize and conduct team camps; develop fund-raising opportunities; serve on committees that promote the success of the program and athletics; establish and maintain community contacts that enhance the success of the program.
Ancillary Duties: Other duties as assigned by the Head Coach, Associate Athletic Director and/or Vice President for Athletics and Strategic Partnerships.
Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited 4-year institution
Willing and able to work nights and weekends
Physical ability to fulfill duties of the position including being able to lift up to 50 lbs. and having the mobility needed to demonstrate skills and manage the movement required in practices/contests.
Knowledge of NCAA and/or RMAC rules and regulations
Able to demonstrate successful skills in cooperation, organization, communication and problem solving
Able to be successful in a diverse environment
Minimum one year successful coaching soccer at high school or higher level, including intern or graduate assistant work
Colorado State University Pueblo Intercollegiate Athletics is committed to developing champions through academic excellence, athletic achievement and community engagement with the ultimate goal of building productive citizens.
We aspire to be an athletic powerhouse and the standard for holistic student-athlete development and academic opportunity.
Five Core Areas
1. Academic Excellence and Student-Athlete Enrichment
Goal: We will ensure that our student-athletes have the opportunity to demonstrate quality academic performances that meet or exceed NCAA requirements and institutional learning outcomes while working towards their own professional development goals.
2. Competitive Success
Goal: We will provide sound athletic team structures that foster strong and competitive programs that are positive and demonstrate quality outcomes in competition.
3. Program Integrity
Goal: We will strive to develop a high impact instructional unit that is at the forefront of the profession while demonstrating sound fiscal operations, rules compliance, inclusion and services that bolster our State, city and institution.
4. ... External Outreach
Goal: We will enhance external outreach in innovative ways in order to bolster external resources while building meaningful relationships with alumni, community members and campus constituents.
5. Value to University and Community
Goal: We will establish a positive, service-oriented culture that provides our campus and community with a meaningful and impactful experience.