| This is a full-time, 10- month staff position reporting to the Director of Athletics. The head men’s and women’s cross country coach is responsible for the management of the program, including student-athlete recruitment; student-athlete development; staff supervision/evaluation; academic monitoring/support; fund-raising; compliance with all NCAA, conference and institutional rules and policies; and other duties related to maintaining a program that provides a safe, positive and successful experience for student-athletes. |
• Responsible for the management and administration of all activities related to men’s and women’s cross country • Develop in-season workouts that will enable each student-athlete to pursue his/her athletic potential • Work with the sports performance staff to create workouts that will enable each student-athlete to develop physically relative to his/her athletic goals • Provide opportunities for student-athlete development, academically, athletically and personally • Educate and monitor student-athletes in the area of injury prevention and care, taking direction from and following the instructions of the athletic training staff • Build relationships with alumni to encourage continued interest and investment in the program • Recruit prospective student-athletes (year-round) who contribute positively to the campus community, meet the competitive needs of the program and meet expectations toward the enrollment goals of the institution • Schedule meets appropriately, with consideration to the priority of academic responsibilities of student-athletes • Promote a positive image for the program, the department and the institution • Manage operating budget and coordinate/conduct additional fund-raising that together meet the financial demands of the program and the needs of the student-athletes
Serve as the assistant coach for men’s and women’s track with the following duties:
• Indoor Season—Work with distance student-athletes and transition their workouts for track-specific workouts • Outdoor Season—Work with mid-distance and distance runners • As necessary, conduct practices when the head track coach is unable to do so.
• Assist with campus-wide conditioning program during fall and/or spring semester • Serve as athletic event manager as assigned by the Director of Athletics
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is closed. Please direct (electronically preferred) letter of application, resume, supporting materials and three professional references to: Office of Human Resources, Franklin College, 101 Branigin Blvd., Franklin, IN 46131. Online inquires may be directed to: email@example.com
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