Chicago State University is looking for a dynamic new Associate Head Coach, Women’s and Men's Tennis. Reporting to the Head Coach, this position is responsible for assisting with the management and operation of all aspects tennis program with specific coaching responsibilities as designated by the Head Coach. Chicago State Tennis is a proud member of the Horizon League.
Responsibilities May include: Assist in the development and implementation of program policies and objectives and assist the with overall management of the Tennis Program. Provides coaching and instruction, participate in recruiting activities and provide facilitation of training and practice activities. Participate in long-range planning process for the program. May be responsible for direct supervision of specific operational areas or functions within the program as determined by experience and skills. Serve as an expert in specific areas, providing reports, analysis, information and recommendations to the head coach. May be responsible for the overall leadership and coordination for program development, or administrative and financial operations of the program. Act as liaison to campus and university units as assigned.Perform other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree, plus one year of collegiate or professional coaching experience; Successful candidates for this position will be subject to a background investigation. As a staff member within the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, the person assuming this position is responsible for knowledge of and compliance with institutional, conference and NCAA rules, both those general in nature and those which apply specifically to their job responsibilities. Knowledge of and compliance with NCAA rules is a condition of employment in this position.
Chicago State University, founded in 1867, is the oldest public university in the Chicago Metropolitan area. The University's five colleges offer over 70 undergraduate and graduate degree-granting and non-degree programs. CSU is committed to equity in education, serving as the only U.S. Department of Education-designated four-year Predominantly Black Institution in Illinois and ranked by a Harvard economist in the top 4% of public and private universities nationwide in supporting our graduates' economic mobility.