The Head Coach has expertise in their respective sport and exhibits excellence in coaching and instruction, in practice and contests, while serving as a positive example of a leader and role model. While the primary responsibility is providing instruction to athletes, the Head Coach responsible for organizing and conducting practices, recruiting student athletes, assisting with the hiring of assistant coaches, ensuring adherence to the NJCAA Code of Ethics, and performing other duties as assigned by the Athletic Director. Assistance with and awareness of the academic success of student athletes is a priority for all coaches.
A bachelor’s degree is required; an associate degree combined with equivalent coaching experience may be considered. A minimum of five years of experience, with a combination of active game situation coaching at the high school, club/select, or collegiate level and/or multiple years of professional playing/coaching experience is required.
Other requirements include:
A valid Driver’s License and a good driving record with fewer than three points.
Demonstrated expertise in sports strategies that allow excellence in coaching and instruction in practice and contests while serving as a positive example of a leader and role model.
Prior experience with recruiting efforts and student-athlete retention.
Excellent and effective communication skills.
Prior experience and participation in development, fundraising and corporate sponsorship efforts.
Internal Number: 2020-062SFA
About Harford Community College
Harford Community College has served as an anchor institution in Harford County since its inception in 1957. We are a mid-sized, comprehensive college committed to serving our community through high caliber educational offerings and cultural events. Our beautiful, 352-acre campus is conveniently located near Baltimore, MD; Philadelphia, PA; Washington, DC; and Wilmington, DE. We offer more than 70 affordable degree and certificate programs to nearly 2,000 full-time and 7,500 part-time students, as well as a wide variety of noncredit continuing education courses to nearly 11,000 students per year.
HCC is a Division I member of the National Junior College Athletic Association and the Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference. The College's intercollegiate athletics program is dedicated to the continued development of skill and sportsmanship in all students through a focus on academic and personal success of our student athletes. Many students continue their athletic careers as valued players on four-year college and university teams.