The head women’s soccer coach is responsible for all aspects in leading a competitive NCAA Division I soccer program to include, but not limited to: coaching (practice and in-game), recruiting, fund-raising, positive encouragement towards student-athlete development, scheduling, and hiring staff. Full commitment to all NCAA, Conference, and the University of the Incarnate Word Athletics Department policies and procedures is expected, as well as cooperative collaboration with all constituencies and campus units.
- Manage and direct the program;
- Recruit, teach and demonstrate coaching skills;
- Build and sustain positive relationships with student-athletes, former players, faculty, alumni and staff;
- Mange and build a competitive nonconference and conference schedule;
- Manage a fiscally sound budget;
- Direct the assistant coach in coordinating study hall and tutoring;
- Monitor class schedules, grades, and student-athlete academic progress.
- Work cooperatively with athletic personnel, attend department meetings and activities;
- Represent the university positively when interacting with the community, alumni, high school and club coaches, media and general public.
- Ability to build and sustain positive relationships with student-athletes, former players, faculty alumni and staff.
- Must exhibit leadership and professional behavior in dealing with student-athletes.
- Must be a team player, and have the ability to support and assist other employees.
- Must be dependable and have strong customer service skills.
- Strong communication skills and ability to maintain professionalism in all situations.
- Ability to successfully manage a sports budget.