This full-time, 10-month, benefits eligible position will coordinate and oversee all aspects of the women's intercollegiate basketball program and will be assigned a secondary duty or duties in the Athletics department based on the skill set of the selected candidate and departmental needs. The selected candidate is responsible for administering all aspects of the program with specific duties including but not limited to: effective recruitment and retention of qualified student-athletes; individual skill development of student-athletes; scheduling; budget preparation and management; participation in department fundraising, community service, and alumni engagement efforts; monitoring academic performance; and related work as required. The Head Coach is expected to be knowledgeable of and to adhere to all NCAA, NEAC and SUNY Cobleskill rules and regulations.
Bachelor's degree in Physical Education, Recreation, Sports Management or related field
3-5 years Women's Basketball coaching experience
Established record of basketball coaching at the collegiate level
Proven ability to recruit quality student-athletes
Excellent communication skills
Strong computer skills
Strong organizational and leadership skills
A commitment to the values of NCAA Division III athletics
Master's degree in Physical Education, Recreation, Sports Management or related field
Teaching experience in Physical Education, Recreation, Sports Management or related field
Internal Number: 113683
About SUNY Cobleskill
SUNY Cobleskill is located in New York's Schoharie County-a picturesque and historic area approximately 160 miles northwest of New York City and midway between Albany and Oneonta. NYS Route 7 runs through the middle of our 750-acre campus at the western edge of the village of Cobleskill, directly off of I-88.Schoharie County offers a rare combination of rural life and direct access to the services and activities of a metropolitan area-New York's Capital Region. Albany lies only a 40-minute drive northeast of the college. The county is in close proximity to such splendors as the Adirondack Park, the Catskill Mountains, the historic Helderberg Mountains, and the Mohawk Valley. State and private parks, streams, lakes, mountain trails and ski areas provide an abundance of outdoor activities.