Women's Head Basketball Coach
The Women’s Head Basketball Coach is responsible for the organization, direction, and administration of the women’s basketball program, including the implementation and maintenance of standards of academic and athletic excellence. The Women’s Head Basketball Coach must have a thorough knowledge of and commitment to compliance with the rules, regulations and policies of Morehead State University, NCAA and Ohio Valley Conference.
Duties and Responsibilities
Maintains knowledge and rules of the NCAA in all aspects as it relates to this position.
Responsible for the complete operation of an NCAA Division I program, including staff selection and supervision, scheduling, recruiting, and academic progress of student athletes.
Involved in development and planning of fund raising activities and be able to promote the best interests of the University by developing and maintaining effective relationships with faculty, staff, players, other students, administrators, the community, secondary school personnel, and media.
Reports directly to Director of Athletics, then Vice President for Student Life and President. Works with and supervises Assistant Coaches, Graduate Assistants and Secretary. Interaction with athletics senior staff, trainer, sports information staff, student/athletes, media, faculty, and other staff members.
Bachelor's degree and coaching or equivalent experience. Knowledge of NCAA rules and compliance issues concerning the administration of intercollegiate athletics.
Additional Desirable Qualifications
Master's degree. Excellent communications and organizational skills. Demonstrated ability to recruit student-athletes with potential for academic and athletic success.
Working Conditions and Atmosphere
In accordance with the principles of NCAA rules compliance, it is understood that any employee who is found in violation of NCAA regulations shall be subject to disciplinary or corrective action as set forth in the provisions of the NCAA enforcement procedures, including suspension without pay or termination of employment for significant or repetitive violations.
Visible program under constant scrutiny of students, faculty, staff, community, media, and alumni. Considerable travel and frequent night and weekend hours involved.
Date Approved/Revised: September 10, 2008; April 21, 2010