Job Summary: Direct all phases of the day-to-day operations of the College’s aquatics facilities; serve as the Head Coach for the College’s men’s and women’s swimming teams.
Duties and Responsibilities as Director of Aquatics:
•Schedule practices and competition times for four of the College’s Division I teams: Men’s swimming and diving; Women’s swimming and diving; Men’s Water Polo, and: Women’s Water Polo; •Schedule aquatics physical activity courses; schedule the use of aquatics facilities for students, employees, community and other outside groups; •Coordinate and schedule facilities lifeguard coverage and the training of student lifeguards; •Ensure that the College’s aquatics facilities, including the pool, are always in excellent operational condition; •Coordinate the submission of facilities supply orders and requests for cleaning as necessary.
Duties and Responsibilities as Head Swimming Coach:
•Recruitment, instruction, development and competitive coaching of student-athletes; •Team scheduling and travel coordination; •Supervision of three part-time assistant coaches (one for the men’s team, one for the women’s team, and one diving coach); •Representing and promoting each team within the established policies and guidelines of the College, applicable athletic conferences and the NCAA; •Must at all times have a dedicated commitment to the success of student-athletes, as well as a working knowledge of, and commitment to, compliance with College and NCAA policies and regulations.
Three years as a swimming coach;
Certifications in the use CPR and AED use;
Organizational experience, preferably in an aquatics facility and personnel management environment;
Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations and the ability to pass the annual NCAA Coaches' Certification Exam.
About St. Francis College Brooklyn
St. Francis College Brooklyn is an NCAA, Divsion I member of the Northeast Conference. The College sponsors 19 teams, nine for men and 10 for women.