The Head Women’s Track and Field Coach is responsible for administering all aspects of the NCAA Division II women’s indoor and outdoor track and field program including but not limited to planning all aspects of the program; personnel training and supervision; fiscal management; practice and competition supervision, scheduling, and preparation; summer camps and clinics; fund raising; recruiting; monitoring academic progress of student-athlete through graduation; monitoring academic and disciplinary standing of student-athletes; establishing positive public relations with support staff, community members, media, and alumni; and fulfilling other duties as they arise or as they are assigned by the Director of Athletics.
- Responsible for being thoroughly familiar with and complying with all ESU Athletic Department, university, PSAC, NCAA, and sport-specific governing rules, policies, and procedures and disseminating such information to assistant coaches and student-athletes;
- Responsible for passing the NCAA coaches’ certification exam no later than August 1 of each year and successfully completing all training mandating by the NCAA and ESU;
- Responsible for assisting with the preparation of and adherence to deadlines and specific dates for the timely completion of all administrative forms and related materials.
- Responsible for submitting an annual sport plan and competition/practice reports to the Director of Athletics by the first of each month.
- Responsible for providing the Director of Athletics with a hard copy of all necessary compliance and internal operations for by the dates requested.
- A Bachelors Degree is required.
- A thorough knowledge of and commitment to compliance with the rules, regulations, policies, and procedures of the NCAA, PSAC, ESU, and other applicable affiliations is required,
- Successful experience in coaching track and field as a head coach or assistant coach on the intercollegiate level is required or an equivalent combination and training that may include successful professional, high school, or club coaching experience.