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Head Coach- Women's Wrestling

Employer
Heidelberg University
Location
Heidelberg University

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Institutional & Business Affairs, Athletics
Employment Type
Full Time
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Job Details

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Directs, manages and leads a specific athletic program(s) developing and recommending strategic plans focused on creating and maintaining a culture that facilitates commendable sportsmanship, the personal, academic, and athletic development of both the individual student-athlete and the team, while ensuring adherance to the highest safety and professional standards, ethical behavior, and in accordance with all HU Athletic Department, Ohio Athletics Conference, and NCAA and Title IX DIII standards, rules, and regulations.


  • Oversees and directs administrative activities associated with a specific athletic program(s) ensuring adherance to all necessary, approproate, and required maintenance and reporting rules and regulations.
  • Determines and presents athletic program(s) fiscal requirements, analyzes budget, and recommends changes to increase efficiency, lower costs and maximize performance.
  • Manages, verifies, approves, and reconciles expenditures of budgeted funds in accordance with Department policy and procedures.
  • Directs the acquisition, analysis, preparation, and presentation of statistical and tactical data regarding opponent teams.


  • Oversees and ensures that appropriate traning, workout, conditioning, and pratice sessions and facilities are developed, scheduled, and maintained for individual student-athletes and entire teams both on and off season.
  • Reviews, analyzes, determines, and oversees the implementation of changes and enhancements to training, workout, and practice sessions, techniques, equipment and facilities designed to improve student and team performance while emphasizing safety.
  • Oversees the teaching of the mechanics and techniques associated with the physical and mental aspects of the athletic program and promotes the student-athletes thoughtful use of available strategies and tactics.
  • Oversees the evaluation of student-athlete training and performance and determines changes to improve performance.


  • Counsels team members in academic, disciplinary, and personal matters; consults with Athletic Director, University administration and faculty for resolution of issues as required.
  • Encourages and promotes academic progress of student-athletes toward graduation.
  • Creates a strategic plan in regard to and manages the recruitment of student-athletes, collaborating with Admissions Counselors and assigning geographic areas for recruitment to staff.


  • Represents and serves as a spokesperson for the HU Athletic Department at professional, civic, charity, and alumni events.
  • Develops and manages relationships with donors and alumni that ultimately result in increases in philanthropic contributions.


  • Develops and manages athletic program related camps and sessions for community youth.
  • Manages the creation and administration of camp objective, curriculum, and agenda.
  • Teaches the mechanics and techniques associated with the physical and mental aspects of the athletic program while promoting and encouraging commendable sportsmanship.


  • Supervises Assistant and/or Associate Coach(es) and/or Graduate Assistant(s) associated with the specific athletic program.
Requirements

CORE VALUES AND PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES:

• Core values – models leadership values of integrity, honesty, humility, transparency, respectfulness, diversity, caring, loyalty and accountability in all work.

• Intellectual dynamism – demonstrates mental sharpness, capability and agility.

• Self-knowledge – gains insight from successes and mistakes.

• Personal learning – seeks feedback and counsel to improve managerial behavior.

• Peer relationships – encourages collaboration and cooperation across the organization.

• Teamwork – performs most effectively as a hard-working member of a team.

• Constituency focus – completes work to meet constituencies’ expectations and requirements.

• Community focus – brings a spirit of enthusiasm and energy to the campus and town.


Successful completion of a full 4-year course of study in an accredited college or university leading to a bachelor's or higher degree; OR appropriate combination of education and experience.


3 years of coaching/athletic experience or other relevant experience required.


The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to use arms, hands and fingers to operate and manipulate equipment generally found in an office setting. The employee may be frequently required to be mobile, communicate, and hear. The employee may occasionally be subject to a variety of outdoor environmental conditions including heat, cold, and precipitation. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move more than 45 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Mental demands include varied degrees of occasional stress while performing job duties.

Organization

Heidelberg College was founded in 1850 by members of the German Reformed Church who named it after the Heidelberg Catechism of 1563. Seeking to minister to the German population of Ohio, the Revs. Reuben and Jeremiah H. Good established a church-affiliated institution staffed by a largely theologically trained faculty. The Heidelberg campus is as unique and honored as its nationally recognized academic programs. The collage of historic and contemporary architectural styles on the tree-lined campus reflects the diversity of students, staff and faculty who have graced Heidelberg's halls for more than 160 years. In 1987, after a 61-year absence, Heidelberg reinstituted a graduate program. Currently, students can earn master's degrees in counseling, business administration and athletic training, in addition to bachelor of arts, bachelor of music and bachelor of science degrees. In 2009, Heidelberg College became Heidelberg University. The name was changed to reflect more appropriately the academic offerings of the school. Heidelberg has been continuously accredited by the North Central Accrediting Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools since that organization was founded in 1913. Heidelberg offers students a strong liberal arts education with professional development opportunities. Research, professional growth and leadership are emphasized through the programming and curriculum.

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