Head Women’s Basketball Coach – Mineral Area College

School: Mineral Area College
Position: Head Coach
Position Type: Full-time
Salary: $44,000 - $50,000 with full benefits
Organization: NJCAA

Mineral Area College seeks a Head Coach of the Mineral Area Women’s Basketball program. The Head Coach will supervise all sport operations.  Recruit and retain college student athletes, support student athletes through degree or program completion. Organize and oversee all public relations in the community related to the men’s basketball program.

Minimum Qualifications:

Baccalaureate Degree required.  Master’s preferred.

Four years of directly related work experience in athletics required including program management, supervision, budget development and revenue accountability.

Prior college coaching and playing experience preferred.

Key Performance Indicators

  1. Student athlete graduation rates
  2. Fundraising annual amounts
  3. Recruiting athletes
  4. Managing expenses within budget
  5. Promoting positive team public relations


Essential Functions


  1. Maintain compliance with all NJCAA regulations.


  1. Organize and oversee public relations in the community.


  1. Supervise the entire sport operation; recruiting, practice schedules, game schedules, and travel plans.


  1. Responsible for student-athletes’ advising and graduation progress.


  1. Responsible for fundraising.


  1. Oversee discipline on the court/field, in the community, and in student housing.


  1. Oversee academic success and room checks


  1. Responsible for running camps to offset the cost of program


  1. Minimum of one walk on try-out per year


  1. Must have a minimum 1 student athlete from a MAC taxing district school


  1. Maintain athletic viability with at least 25% of the program’s expenses being covered through the adjustment of scholarships, walk-ons, and/or fundraising. An evaluation will take place, at minimum, annually.


  1. Require all student athletes on scholarship to live on-campus, regardless of the student’s taxing district. Non-scholarship athletes can live off campus if they are within the taxing district.
  1. Perform other athletic duties as assigned.


 Required Behaviors, Competencies, and Skills

Ability to communicate well with a variety of people.

Ability to write and edit publications, presentations, news media materials and reports.

Interpersonal skills:

Excellent communication, managerial, and planning skills.

Technical skills:

Ability to use word processing, database and reporting software.Job Duties:

Applicant Information:

Please email your cover letter, resume, and unofficial college transcripts to [email protected].

Link: https://mineralarea.edu/human-resources/
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