Title: Men’s tennis head coach
Work plan: Travel as needed
Director of the Seabury Family Tennis Center for Games & Recruiting
Department: Athletics and Recreation
The Men’s Tennis Head Coach provides leadership for all coaching, recruiting, and administrative duties for the Division III men’s national tennis program. Individual reports to the Athletic Director. A secondary duty is to serve as director of the Seabury Family Tennis Center, reporting to the AD Assistant for Facilities and Operations in that capacity. The individual also works closely with the head women’s tennis coach regarding facility use, planning, travel and budgeting.
Basic work functions:
- Ability to work effectively with different groups of people;
- arranging, arranging and conducting apprenticeships, training and competitions;
- Successfully recruit student athletes in compliance with all Center College, Southern Athletic Association, and NCAA rules and regulations; keeping in mind the core values of the College, such as diversity and inclusion;
- Conducting, monitoring and coordinating training and training sessions, ensuring that all relevant safety guidelines are followed;
- Responsible for program budget including travel, equipment, officials and recruitment expenses;
- Supervision and mentoring of volunteers or student assistants;
- Directing all aspects of the program;
- Guide the holistic development of tennis-athletes;
- Representing the program and the College to students, parents, the community, alumni and the general public;
- Managing the day-to-day operational and administrative aspects of the men’s tennis program;
- Work with the Athletic Administration to ensure proper care, preparation and maintenance of the facility;
- Actively participate in fundraising initiatives across the department;
- Other duties assigned by the Director of Athletics;
- Secondary duty as director of the Seabury Family Tennis Center;
Education and experience
Higher education and training experience required. CPR, AED and First Aid certifications will be required for employment and must be current.
Knowledge and skills
demonstrated knowledge and coaching skills in the sport of tennis and its rules of play; commitment to Division III philosophy; commitment to diversity and the ability to work effectively with diverse populations; knowledge of NCAA and SAA rules; and demonstrated ability to recruit, retain and mentor student athletes are essential. Additional qualifications include communication skills that allow for effective teaching, motivating and advising student athletes, as well as self-motivated, positive, energetic, willing to teach and willing to travel. The ability to create a team environment is essential, as well as the ability and willingness to work effectively in a team-oriented sports department.
Moderate physical activity. Requires handling up to 25 pounds. Standing and/or walking for more than four hours a day.
If you are interested, please contact Currie Martin at email@example.com