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Under general direction, is responsible for the development, oversight and management of all aspects of a competitive National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I field hockey program; coaches, recruits, oversees budget, and performs public relations activities.
Commitment to all NCAA, Atlantic 10, and institutional policies and procedures as they relate to compliance; Knowledge of intercollegiate athletics; Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations; Interpersonal/human relations skills; Ability to coach on a competitive level; Ability to recruit, retain, and motivate student-athletes; Ability to compile and analyze statistics, and other sports information; Ability to maintain confidentiality
Bachelor’s degree, master’s preferred; supplemented with three (3) years of competitive coaching experience, preferably at the NCAA Division I level.
Administers the field hockey program for the athletics department; coaches at all scheduled games; organizes and conducts all practice sessions; provides one-on-one instruction; oversees student team members’ athletic and academic development.
Prepares budget for the sport of field hockey; oversees budget and related financial matters.
Coordinates athletic prospective student-athlete recruitment; supervises support coaching staff members.
Assists with fundraising activities; performs public relations functions (media, alumni, donors); generates fan support for intercollegiate athletics.
Assists in scheduling regular season games; attends coaches association and conference meetings as needed.
Performs other duties as assigned.
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