The University of the Cumberlands is seeking applicants for the position of head men's wrestling coach. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: teach/coach their student-athletes the fundamentals and techniques of the sport •budget/fiscal management •fundraising, building and strengthening cross-campus relationships •responsible for the planning and administration of all aspects of the program •setting a disciplinary code and seeing that team members adhere to that code •monitoring the eligibility of each team member •practice plan development •organization and scheduling of team competition and travel •individual team instruction •hire, supervise and assign responsibilities of assistant coaches •large group instruction •meeting with individual student-athletes •counsel team members academically •overseeing the nutritional development of student-athletes •video analysis •order and maintain equipment and supplies •development of a budget approved by the Director of Athletics •recruit and retain academically and athletically qualified student-athletes •the athletic coaches will be expected to adhere to the NAIA guidelines and regulations, while exhibiting behavior that represents a positive image of the athletic program and the university
Bachelor’s degree required. Must have integrity and leadership skills, strong organizational and communication skills, be attentive to details, have the ability to lead and work independently as well as within a team environment, maintain confidentiality, show initiative, handle frequent interruptions and manage multiple projects while keeping an organized workflow. Must be able to work effectively in a diverse work environment, collaborate with colleagues and mentor and lead student athletes.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with Experience
About University of the Cumberlands
University of the Cumberlands, located in Williamsburg, Kentucky, is a four-year Christian, Liberal Arts institution. The University is a NAIA member institution and a member of the Mid-South Conference.