Head Coach Men's Crew
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Mens Heavyweight Rowing Head Coach:
- This position is responsible for oversight of all aspects of Mens Heavyweight Rowing program including recruiting, coaching, and counseling of student-athletes. Oversee fiscal responsibilities pertaining to preparing, monitoring, and verifying expenditures associate with program.
- Provide leadership and instruction in the personal and athletic development of student athletes. Direct and coordinate the rowing staff including planning, organization, and coaching of the rowing team. Support fundraising efforts for ongoing operation of rowing program. Evaluate and implement innovations in rowing strategy and equipment.
A Bachelor’s Degree is required with 3 years to 5 years of coaching experience, preferably on the collegiate level. Candidate should be able to motivate recruits, athletes, and alumni to support the program enthusiastically. Knowledge of NCAA/Ivy League policies and procedures preferred. Strong communication, public relations, and management skills are highly desirable. Ability to work a flexible schedule including nights and weekends. Ability to work with a diverse campus constituency; including students, parents, coaches, faculty, staff and alumni. A valid drivers license required.
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