The head women’s volleyball coach leads and directs an intercollegiate NCAA Division III volleyball program and duties include but are not limited to: effective programmatic vision, planning and implementation; all coaching and instruction; sound business and financial management; recruitment, supervision of assistant coaches; individual and team leadership and achievement; successful recruitment of student-athletes and assistance with programs for their retention and graduation; some fund and friend-raising; compliance with national, local, university, NCAA and conference laws, by-laws, regulations, standards and codes.
Coaching, Training, Instruction Perform as a professional educator and role model to enable individual students to develop as student-athletes and to work together as a successful, competitive intercollegiate team. Provide practice and match planning, implementation and assessment including but not limited to management of schedules, athletic participation and support services, facilities, marketing, and promotion in close collaboration with other colleagues and service providers.
Lead the recruitment of student-athletes who demonstrate the potential to be successful academically and by competing in the volleyball program.
Mentor and monitor the academic success of the student-athletes
Budget Planning, Fiscal Management and Travel Coordination
Provide sound business and financial management in areas including but not limited to expenses, operating budgets, procurement of goods, services and equipment while also organizing and supervision of all team related travel.
Ensure compliance with national, local, university, NCAA, Landmark Conference, regulations, standards and codes. (Note: The violation of NCAA and conference rules is prohibited and may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination).
Recruit, supervise, train and evaluate assistant coaching staff. Special Events and Alumni Engagement
Provide support for large departmental events (i.e., senior athlete banquet) while also consistently connecting with program and institutional alums to maintain sound relationships between all parties.
Bachelor’s Degree and must have proven success coaching at the collegiate and/or club level.
Proficiency in computer software applications: word, excel, office, etc.
U.S. Volleyball CAP accreditation preferred. Knowledge of Front Rush (or similar) recruiting database tools, and relevant film break-down programs.
Reasonable knowledge of various social media platforms in order to help promote the volleyball program and communicate with a wide variety of constituents.
Internal Number: 2020-9043
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The Athletic Department supports the academic mission of the University by providing programs and services to enable students to engage in physical activities as an integral part of the overall educational experience. Opportunities for participation are provided at the intercollegiate, club, recreational and leisure program levels. CU is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III, Landmark Conference, and NEWMAC (football only). As a member of NCAA Division III, the University places the highest priority on the overall quality of the educational experience ...and the successful completion of the academic programs by student athletes. The Athletic Department seeks to provide programs and leadership to enable CU to be a model NCAA Division III institution in academic and athletic excellence.