-Contributes suggestions and recommendations to planning and implementing the conditioning, training and coaching programs for the team. -During competition, works directly with athletes to enhance performance. -Teaches skills and techniques to student-athletes during team practices, contests, and individual/small group training sessions. -Evaluates performance of athletes and offers technical, strategic, and mental instruction and advice. -Demonstrates a sincere interest in the academic, personal, and physical welfare of each student-athlete; counsels team members and consults with the head coach and appropriate College staff as necessary for the resolution of issues. -Independently seeks and develops new training concepts and sport specific knowledge to enhance the overall knowledge of the coaching staff.
-Participates in the development and implementation of an overall recruiting plan, including but not limited to, determining program needs by position, selecting recruiting events to attend, and setting admissions priorities. -Assumes a significant amount of independent responsibility for: Identifying qualified students and talented athletes, communicating with prospects by phone, mail, e-mail, traveling to evaluate prospects, meeting parents and high school coaches, organizing and participating in visits to campus by prospects, maintaining appropriate recruiting records as required by the NCAA, and staying abreast of the College’s programs and opportunities to effectively inform prospects.
-Actively seeks to ensure that athletes and athletics representatives are informed of and comply with NCAA and Ivy League rules. Knows and complies with the rules and regulations of the NCAA and Ivy League, and works to stay abreast of rule changes, applications and interpretations. -Provides input in planning and administering the budget for the sport program, which includes assessing needs for equipment, team travel, recruiting, etc. -Plans and reconciles recruiting and team travel expenses. -Assists in setting team travel plans. -Communicates with alumni, parents and other supporters regarding status of the program. -Promotes Dartmouth and the athletic program through participation in camps, clinics, speeches and community involvement. -Develops and maintains positive relationships with a wide range of constituents, including students, parents, faculty, department and College staff, alumni, fans, community members, the media, etc. -Represents Dartmouth and the athletic department in an exemplary fashion.
Strong knowledge of competitive rowing training programs, skills and strategies.
Good interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of people in a diverse community.
Strong organizational skills.
Ability to recruit effectively with no athletic grants and highly selective admissions standards.
Commitment to diversity and to serving the needs of a diverse population.
Internal Number: 1012288
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