1.Organizing and directing all aspects of the men’s and women’s tennis programs 2.Recruiting and selecting qualified student-athletes with a commitment to high academic achievement, progress and graduation, while adhering to the recruiting expectations. 3.Retaining student-athletes with a commitment to academic progress and graduation. 4.Compliance with the NCAA, Skyline Conference, and college rules and regulations. 5.Upholding the mission of Mount Saint Mary College and the Athletic Department. 6.Work closely with the Director of Athletics to develop competitive and complete tennis schedules within the guidelines of NCAA and the Skyline Conference legislation 7.Develop successful men’s and women’s tennis programs through proper event day preparation, practice planning, team meetings, regular communications, further developing the skills of the student-athletes, fundraising, and community service. 8.Work closely with the Director of Athletics and staff in the purchasing, managing and accounting for all tennis supplies consistent with institutional purchasing procedures. 9.Work closely with the Athletic Department to assist in the implementation and management of its summer camps and clinics program 10.Hiring and supervising and assistant coach. 11.Represent the college at athletic meetings pertaining to the tennis program. This includes Skyline Conference meetings, NCAA meetings, and meetings with other conference member institutions 12.Other duties as assigned by Director of Athletics such as gameday administration, sports information, or coordination of intramurals and recreation programs, in accordance with the Department of Athletics, the Skyline Conference, the NCAA and other related associations and regulations.
Three years of coaching and recruitment experience in college setting preferred.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Demonstrate flexibility and professionalism, with a high standard of personal conduct and integrity.
Mount Saint Mary College is an independent, co-educational, comprehensive liberal arts institution of Catholic Dominican heritage overlooking the Hudson River, about 60 miles north of New York City. The college enrolls a diverse population of 2,600 full- and part-time undergraduate and graduate students and enjoys an excellent reputation for the quality of its education, nursing, science, and business programs.