As the head coach, teach techniques and skills at a level appropriate for collegiate competition, develop and organize a comprehensive practice schedule, recruit student-athletes in accordance with college policies and Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) regulations, assist with advising and registration of student athletes, make arrangements for team travel including driving, submitting advance travel requests and securing lodging, assist in the purchase of appropriate supplies and equipment, represent the college at conference meetings, implement NWAC policies as defined in the official NWAC codebook, fundraise to supplement the budget, support and partner with the athletic department and its activities, and develop a strategic plan to be highly competitive, promote academics and involvement in the community.
Demonstrated experience as a coach at a level commensurate with competitive intercollegiate athletics.
Current CPR/First Aid certification or will obtain as per condition of employment.
Knowledge of NWAC code and regulations or willingness to become knowledgeable.
Valid unrestricted Washington state driver’s license or able to obtain one if you are currently living out of state.
Bachelor’s degree or commensurate professional experience leading in the sport to which you are applying.
Strong demonstrated ability to teach, with a focus on the holistic development of student-athletes.
Demonstrated success recruiting athletes and retaining them through degree or transfer completion.
Demonstrated competency and experience working in a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological, gender and racial/ethnic backgrounds and those with physical, emotional and or learning disabilities.