Head Tennis Coach - 304g.1314
- Organize and operate an effective women's and men's tennis program.
- Recruit effectively in guidelines set by the University, WIAC and the NCAA.
- Assign coaching and recruiting responsibilities to and supervise the work of assistant coaches.
- Plan and organize in-season women's and men's tennis practice sessions.
- Ensure the academic success of tennis student-athletes as a model NCAA DIII Institution.
- Coordinates academic meetings with the team.
- Plan and organize off-season conditioning programs.
- Devise a schedule (including travel arrangements for all away meets) for women's and men's tennis.
- Develop and monitor a tennis budget.
- Promote tennis and UW Oshkosh through clinics, camps, and speaking engagements.
- Demonstrates a working knowledge of NCAA, WIAC and University rules and regulations.
- Counsel student-athletes and set up short/long-term goals.
- Develop and execute fundraising projects when appropriate.
- Participate in university activities and committees.
- Attend departmental meetings, organizational efforts, and departmental activities.
- Take part in professional development and educational activities to stay abreast of new ideas, concepts, and changes that occur in his/her sport.
- Assist with the management and maintenance of all match and practice facilities used by the tennis program.
- Work with marketing team on game environment and community outreach initiatives.
- Demonstrate success in UW Oshkosh's essential learning outcomes.
- Demonstrate record and commitment to diversity and inclusion and able to work with diverse populations, including but not limited to people of all ages with various ethnic, sexual orientation, educational and socio-economic backgrounds.
- Exhibit experience in and appreciation of inclusivity, first generation, low income and multicultural issues.
- Create and maintain a work environment that is respectful and accepting of diversity. Set clear guidelines for expected behaviors and clear methods of reporting inappropriate behavior.
- Demonstrate familiarity with national trends and best practices related to diversity, inclusivity, undergraduate retention programs and practices, academic support services and campus climate issues.
- Endorse and support other ports within the Athletic Department and other duties as outlined by the Athletic Director.
- Bachelor's degree required. Master's degree preferred.
- Five years of coaching experience.
- Demonstrated understanding of the NCAA Division III philosophy.
Terms of Appointment
Review of files will begin 06/30/2014
How to Apply
Submit a letter of application, resume, and contact information for five references (including email addresses and phone numbers) to:
All applications and their attachments should be submitted electronically via email.