Develop, recruit, and administer a highly competitive women's bowling program, consistent with the student-athlete philosophy of Division III, which generates College and community enthusiasm and support; oversee all administrative and coaching activities within the program.
Coordinate recruiting efforts of the women's bowling program with those of the admission office; maintain a competitive program through recruiting efforts and strategies: develop a successful team recruiting strategy; visit high schools to meet with coaches and recruits; text, call, e-mail, video conference, and write prospects and coaches; record recruiting action in Front Rush; maintain active communication with the admission staff through phone, in-person and electronic means; organize and participate in all on-campus recruiting activities including admissions recruiting days, official campus visits, and overnight visits.
Schedule all home and away competitions and set appropriate practice days and times for women's bowling.
Assist the athletic director in the hiring of any part-time and graduate assistant women's bowling coach(es): act as immediate supervisor for any part-time coach(es), graduate assistant coach, student workers, and volunteer coaches; help to create job descriptions; train, assign and evaluate their work on a regular basis.
Develop retention program for the women's bowling program in conjunction with the dean of admission, the dean of students and the director of student success; develop individual and team academic and community strengths.
Develop and implement an on-going fund-raising plan in collaboration with director of alumni and development as well as the vice president for institutional advancement.
Operate a fiscally sound program with an annually balanced budget: review all budget activities and expenditures on a regular basis; submit check requests and purchase order requests in an appropriate and timely fashion.
Actively encourage leadership and scholarship among student-athletes: monitor the academic progress of all the athletes on the teams, in connection with the director of student success, assistant athletic director, and the athletic director; adhere to all compliance and eligibility rules and regulations; participate in the department's leadership and scholarship programs.
Other related duties as appropriately assigned.
Bachelor Degree from an accredited institution
Knowledge of NCAA rules and compliance
Prior experience as a bowling coach required; head coaching experience desired.
Collegiate coaching experience
Successful record of recruiting at collegiate level
Licenses or Certifications:
Valid drivers license required
Certification in coaching, sport risk management, first aid, CPR, AED preferred
North Central College in Naperville, Illinois, invites applications for Head Women’s Bowling Coach to run a highly competitive women's bowling program that is recognized nationally both athletically and academically, consistent with the student-athlete philosophy of Division III, and which generates College and community enthusiasm and support.
Internal Number: 7480
About North Central College
North Central College, founded in 1861, is a selective, comprehensive liberal arts institution of 3000 students located 28 miles west of Chicago in Naperville, within walking distance of the Naperville Metra station. For information about the College, please visit the website at https://www.northcentralcollege.edu.