SUNY Delhi Head Men's and Women's Cross Country, Track Coach - SUNY Delhi in Delhi, New York
Location: Delhi, NY Category: Staff Posted On: Thu Jun 10 2021 Job Description:
The Head Coach - Men's and Women's Cross Country, Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field is responsible for all aspects of coordinating and maintaining a competitive, fully compliant NCAA Division III, North Atlantic Conference (NAC) collegiate level cross country and track & field program.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to ongoing recruitment, proper scheduling, equipment inventory, promoting a culture of sportsmanship, and NCAA Division III compliance. Ongoing planning and effective verbal and written communication with all members of the Athletic dept., student-athletes, and all enrollment service areas.
The Head Coach is expected to exhibit and promote sportsmanship, professional behavior, and ethical conduct, as well as, represent the institution as a positive role model for the student-athletes. Constant documented and effective recruitment and retention of student-athletes is imperative. The successful candidate will assist the Athletic Dept. and Student Life Division as needed in transporting athletes, and serving on committees.
Bachelor degree from an accredited institution
Minimum of 1-3 yrs of in-season, college-level competitive track and cross country coaching experience
Effective verbal and written communication skills
Computer and web-related skills
Valid unrestricted driver's license
1 - 3 yrs collegiate level competitive track/cross country experience
Effective and demonstrated, recruiting and retention skills
CPR / First Aid Certification
Obligation: 11-months (July non-obligation period)
Work schedule: Full-time, requires working nights and weekends with scheduled athletic competitions and recruiting obligations.
Salary: $53,253, SL-4 (Appendix B title)
Reports to: Director of Athletics
This position offers full New York State UUP (FT) (http://www.suny.edu/media/suny/content-assets/documents/benefits/benefit-summaries/FTUUPbenefitsummary-Nov-2017.pdf) , benefits, which are among the most comprehensive in the country
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