Edinboro University is accepting on-line only applications for a Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach. The Coach is ultimately responsible for the management/direction of all aspects of a competitive men's and women's tennis program within the framework of the Pennsylvania State Athletic conference (PSAC), NCAA, the CBA, and/or the rules and regulations of the University and any other athletic conference in which the University is a member. Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Plan/manage all competitions and practices of the program, including in-season and out-of-season player development.
Recruit qualified student athletes.
Promote the academic success of the student athletes.
Advise student athletes of the University's athletic policies and all other appropriate requirements of PSAC and NCAA and any other athletic conference in which the University is a member.
Help implement the Edinboro University Athletic Drug Education, Screening and Counseling Program for intercollegiate athletes including being a member of the drug screening team.
Manage the budget for the program, including organizing and planning travel arrangements.
Participate in fundraising events and the promotion of good public relations.
Evaluate all assistant coaches.
Responsible for the submission of both head coach and assistant coach's monthly work schedules to the Athletic Director.
Required: Bachelor’s degree required;coaching experience required; computer knowledge/abilities required; knowledge of NCAA rules required; demonstrated excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills required.
Preferred: Master’s preferred; coaching experience at the collegiate level preferred; knowledge of PSAC rules desirable.
Internal Number: 10096707
About Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, a member of the Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education is located 15 miles south of Erie, Pennsylvania. The university is the region’s largest and most comprehensive public institution. The 585-acre campus is a picturesque area, approximately 100 miles from the educational and cultural centers of Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Buffalo.