Seasonal Assistant Golf Coach
Responsible for instructing student-athletes in the rules and fundamentals of golf; and providing input and assistance to the head coach in determining fundamental philosophy, skills, and techniques.
- Assist the head coach in recruiting, practice planning, and match preparation.
- Maintain current knowledge and abides by NCAA rules, policies, procedures
- Demonstrates integrity and upholds the values and mission of the University
- Supports the total athletic program
- Contributes to team effort by welcoming new and different work requirements; exploring new opportunities to enhance the services of the division; helping others accomplish related job results as and where needed.
Department Director, coaching staff, Athletic Training staff, Recreation Coordinators, Coordinator of Athletic and Recreation Facilities, Secretary, student employees, Student Affairs staff, Admission staff, prospective students and families, enrolled students, Registrar, Faculty Athletic Representative, and other members of the University community as well as the local and outside community.
Works toward a previously defined objective and uses a wide range of procedures exercising discretion and judgment; consulting and referring to the head coach as appropriate.
Bachelors - preferred
- 1-year college coaching preferred
- A demonstrated ability and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- Proficient in teaching and coaching golf
- Exhibit a “student first” orientation in providing exceptional service in all responsibilities and interactions demonstrating versatility in handling people and situations
- Adapt willingly and quickly to changing priorities, responsibilities, needs, and expectations; anticipate and identify needs
- Available for evening and weekend work as necessary
- Communicate, cooperate and collaborate with others to achieve common office, division, or University goals
- Willingly assist in various responsibilities as appropriate within the Student Affairs Division as required during high service demand times
- Develop and nurture an effective, productive, respectful rapport and working relationship with Department Director, coaching staff, Athletic Training staff, Recreation Coordinators, Coordinators of Athletic and Recreation Facilities, Secretary, student employees, Student Affairs staff, Admission staff, prospective students, families, enrolled students, Registrar, Faculty Athletic Representative, and other members of the University community as well as the local and outside community, maintaining an appropriate level of professionalism
- Communicate information clearly and concisely and listen well to others
- Must possess strong communication skills and strengths in public speaking
- Maintain a high level of accuracy, consistently reviewing work to detect errors, oversights, or omissions
- Take immediate and independent action when necessary assuming initiative for creative problem solving
- Accomplish tasks with follow through to completion
- Must possess an aptitude for technological development and its implications for appropriate automation of office
Work Environment, Physical Demands:
Standing or sitting in one position for long periods; computer data input; multiple concurrent tasks with constant service interruptions; high-level customer contact; strict confidentiality; detailed work; operating camcorder, copier, fax, University vans for the team, and other transportation as needed.