To direct all phases of a competitive Division I women’s basketball program.
Bachelor’s Degree Five years coaching experience as head or assistant coach at the collegiate or professional level and/or Division I collegiate playing experience and/or professional playing experience.
Essential Functions and percent of time::
50%: Teaching and coaching student-athletes in order to develop and acquire the extensive tactical, technical and physical knowledge that's required to be successful at the intercollegiate level and beyond.
30%: Administration of the basketball program including budget management, fundraising, summer camp administration, team travel arrangements, scheduling of competitions, traveling with team, and staff development.
10%: Ensure the basketball program, including all staff members and student-athletes, is in compliance with NCAA, Horizon League and University regulations which includes the monitoring of the student-athletes academic progress to maintain their academic eligibility.
5%: Working with training staff relative to the health and safety of the student-athletes.
5%: Miscellaneous other duties as assigned.
Various hours of work are required due to practices and competition. Extensive travel due to competitions and recruiting.
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