Assists Head Coach in administering the men's golf intercollegiate athletics program adhering to University, conference and NCAA rules and regulations.
1. Maintains complete knowledge and compliance of rules and regulations governing intercollegiate athletics while working within the departments rules, regulations and policies.
2. Participates in the effective recruiting, instruction and coaching of student-athletes, emphasizing fundamentals, conditioning, game preparation and strategy.
3. Maintains an environment that emphasizes academics as a priority, making every effort to ensure that all student-athletes meet academic requirements, while working to integrate sports into the academic life of the University.
4. Assists in the preparation of an annual written plan and goals for the program and the annual assessment of performance in relation to the plan and goals.
Preferred Qualifications: Skills/Knowledge and Expertise:
- Working knowledge of NCAA and/or West Coast.
- Conference Rules and regulations as they pertain to student-athletes, coaching, compliance and recruiting procedures and methods.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- CPR certification required by the end of the introductory period of appointment.
- Must have strong ability to work collaboratively in team environment.
- Strong interpersonal skills with ability to persuade encourage and motivate team members.
University of the Pacific is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer dedicated to workforce diversity. In compliance with applicable law and its own policy, Pacific is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty and staff and does not discriminate in its hiring of faculty and staff, or in the provision of its employment benefits to its faculty and staff on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, genetic information, sex/gender, marital status, military and veteran status, sexual orientation, medical condition, pregnancy, gender identity, gender expression, or mental or physical disability.