A bachelor’s degree is required. Must have excellent communication, customer service, interpersonal and organizational skills. Must be detail oriented and able to work with diverse populations. Must be self-directed and able to make decisions independently. Must have the ability to multi-task, work independently as well as be creative and innovative. Must be computer literate and proficient in Microsoft Word / Excel and familiarity with other Microsoft Office products. Knowledge of competition and safety rules. Must represent the University in a professional manner at all times as well as have the ability to maintain professionalism and confidentiality in any situation.
Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
Teach the sport of women’s tennis at the NCAA Division II varsity level.
Assist the head coach in the scouting of future opponents.
Assist with CARA logs, Travel forms and other team required paperwork.
Teach student-athletes specific tasks, while serving as a mentor to team members.
Assist head coach in supervision of team travel.
Must take and pass the NCAA Division II University Exam annually and be knowledgeable of NCAA Compliance Rules.
Understand and work with commitment towards creating an environment supportive of Title IX.
Perform other duties which may be assigned by the Head Coach and/or the Director of Athletics.