Emporia State University Women’s Basketball Head Coach Intercollegiate Athletics

Organize and administer all aspects of the women’s basketball program. Establish goals and objectives for the women’s basketball program on a long-range and annual basis. Develop and implement a recruiting plan to attract the best prospective student-athletes to the program. Formulate and carry out daily, weekly and monthly workout schedules, instruct during practice sessions and scheduled competitions. Along with the Strength & Conditioning staff, plan and implement the annual conditioning program. Work closely with Training Room personnel regarding prevention and rehabilitation of injuries.

Work with sport supervisor to develop annual budget for review and approval. Work within budget limits and guidelines as established by the department. Expend resources according to established departmental and University policy and procedures. Oversee the award of financial aid within departmental and NCAA limits. Plan for facility needs for the year and submit appropriate requests as necessary.

Establish the annual competitive schedule. Verify dates, times and contract obligations. Oversee arrangements for team travel. Finalize all needs for day-of-game personnel prior to the beginning of the season. Work with Sports Information staff to provide needed statistics, results, quotes, and to meet appropriate deadlines. Keep records of the program and each athlete on file. Coordinate and cooperate with Student-Athlete Support Services to ensure eligibility and to encourage academic progress of each student in the program.

Along with External Relations staff, develop and implement a program to promote and market women’s basketball in order to increase visibility, ticket sales, contributions and interest in the program. Organize and conduct youth camps and coaching clinics as part of the ongoing public relations and promotion of the program. Administer a program for maintaining continuing communication with donors, former players and local basketball community.

Work with Academic Support to ensure retention, graduation, and commitment to life skills. Work with assistant coach regarding inventory and the need to order or replace equipment and/or uniforms. Report the need for repairs to facility to the appropriate administrator.

Compliance with the rules and regulations of the University, the NCAA, and the MIAA is of paramount importance. The overall responsibility of this position is for the successful operation of the program in full compliance with all such rules and regulations. As a condition of employment, the employee shall be required to participate in rules education programs offered by the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics.

Perform related duties as required.

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree required. Knowledge of college basketball and NCAA rules required. 5+ years of collegiate coaching experience required. Proven ability to establish positive relationships with donors, alumni, former players and local basketball community essential. Proven ability to relate to high school and college-aged student-athletes essential.

Preferred Qualifications:
Master’s degree preferred. 10+ years of college coaching at a NCAA Division I or II institution with NCAA post season experience strongly preferred. Competitive playing experience and fund-raising experience desirable.

Full Time/Part Time:
Full-time, 12-month position with benefits. Reports to Director of Athletics.

Salary range is from 110,000 – 115,000

Application Deadline:
Application deadline is April 6, 2023.

Application Submission
Please submit cover letter, resume, salary history and references to bconcatto@collegiateconsulting.com