Under the direction of the Head Athletic Coach, the Assistant Coach is responsible for: providing technical expertise in the fundamentals of the sport, teaching student-athletes basic and advanced skills; assisting in management of the team through recruiting, program development, fund-raising, promotional activities, and related assigned responsibilities. The Assistant Coach guides and mentors student-athletes throughout the academic year.
|Grade||Department||Position type:||Position Number|
|30||4GA – Department not found||Full-time||A97798|
- Assists in monitoring team members' eligibility according to requirements set by the University Athletic Board and conference.
- Teaches and maintain the effective skill level of the Women's Soccer team.
- Assists in scouting future opponents.
- Prepares scouting reports and help formulate game plans.
- Promotes Booster organizations for effective public relations and financial support, as well as school spirit and loyalty.
- Assists head couch, athletic director and other department staff in maintaining an effective program.
- Assists in recruiting student athletes that will represent the university in a positive way.
- Requires to uphold and abide by all NCAA regulations and UVU policies and procedures.
- Guide and mentor student-athletes throughout the academic year.
Graduation from an accredited institution with a master's degree and one year of coaching experience; OR a bachelor's degree and three years of experience related to essential duties; or any combination of education and experience related to the essential duties totaling seven years.
- Knowledge of team organization, motivation and strategic skills.
- Knowledge of intercollegiate athletic rules and regulations and willingness to uphold and abide by all NCAA regulations and UVU policies and procedures.
- Interpersonal, problem-solving and decision making skills.
- Ability to recruit, coach and scout intercollegiate Women’s Soccer players.
- Ability to assist in design and strategies of game plans and coordinate game and practice schedules.
- Ability to communicate orally and in writing to a wide audience.
- Ability to instruct, manage, motivate and evaluate student course work and classroom performance.