Unit-specific Responsibilities 1) Under the direction of the head coach, assists with teaching, coaching, and mentoring student-athletes, recruiting qualified prospects, logistical planning of practice and competition, developing and implementing strategies, and complying with University, NCAA, and UAA expectations, standards, and regulations. 2) Teaching relevant skills to student-athletes during training and competition. 3) Evaluating the performance of the team and individuals to instruct and advise on technical, strategic, and mental development. 4) Counseling and advises student-athletes on athletic, academic, and personal needs, consulting with the head coach and appropriate University personnel as necessary. 5) Adhering to the University and state law requirements regarding mandatory reporters, responsible employees, and campus security authorities. 6) Extensive domestic travel required. 7) Stringing rackets for team members as necessary. 8) Other duties as assigned by the Head Coach. 9) Secondary departmental responsibilities will be assigned by the Athletic Director.
Unit-preferred Competencies 1) Demonstrated knowledge of the sport and its rules. 2) Must be able to work evenings and weekends. 3) Excellent verbal and written communication skills. 4) Strong organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple tasks and assignments concurrently. 5) Familiarity with NCAA rules and Division III philosophy.
Working Conditions 1) This role will perform tasks indoors and outdoors
Experience 1) Two years of significant and relevant playing or teaching/coaching experience in tennis at the professional, collegiate, or high school level.
Technical Knowledge, Skills and Certifications:
1) Minimum of two years of significant and relevant playing or teaching/coaching experience in tennis at the professional, collegiate, or high school level. 2) CPR/First Aid certification (may be fulfilled upon employment) 3) Valid Driversâ™ License 4) Proficient in computer skills; Microsoft Office Suite, etc.
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