San Diego State University Seeks Women's Head Collegiate Club Coach
SAN DIEGO, Calif. -- San Diego State University is currently seeking a head women's coach for the institution's national collegiate club water polo program. The candidate is responsible for all the specific coaching duties relative to the sport she/he coaches an the managerial aspects of his/her job.
Terms of employment are set annually for the duration of the sport season in which she/he is coaching. Salary as determined per season.
The coach will report to the institution's Sports Club Coordinator and must possess the following qualifications:
- Demonstrates high level of knowledge of the sport and equipment.
- Excellent interpersonal communication skills.
- High expectations of teamwork, exemplary behavior, and personal responsibility.
- Ability to mentor and lead young adults by example.
- Demonstrates skill in supervising young adults and managing programs.
Performance responsibilities include:
- Provides an atmosphere for positive learning
- Manages program within budget alongside team officers and effectively manages games and practices.
- Has effective communication skills and discipline problems are minimal and dealt with in a professional manner.
- Takes leadership role by being involved in community service and proper citizenship of student-athletes.
- Establishes relationships and spends time with local programs and programs in Southern California
- Committed to recruiting quality prospective student-athletes
- Enforces all rules and regulations.
- Prepares student-athletes for games physically, mentally, and emotionally at a level to compete regularly for conference and post-season competition.
- Maintains current First Aid Certification, CPR Certification, AED Certification and attends all mandatory staff meetings and training sessions.
- Completes all forms of employment.
- Complies with all rules and regulations of the practice and competition venues.
Practices are held at the Aztec Aquaplex on campus at SDSU every Tuesday and Thursday from 5-7:00 p.m. and scrimmages every other Sunday from 11 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Practice will begin September 14th and continue through December 8th. The club practices year round, but Spring is the program's competitive season when it participates in tournaments one to two times a month – dates TBA.
Salary will start at $20 per hour, but the rate is negotiable depending on knowledge and experience with the sport.
For more information, or to apply, contact: Rachel Julson, Womens Club President, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 510-299-1608