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Head Women's Track and Field Coach




Dec. 17, 2007

The University of Iowa is now accepting applications for the full-time position of Head Women's Track and Field Coach. The head coach is responsible for directing all phases of a competitive Division I women's track and field program within the NCAA and Big Ten Conference. Responsibilities include: recruit and retain qualified student-athletes; plan and conduct practices; develop a competitive schedule; develop training and conditioning programs; prepare and manage budget; establish and maintain effective relationships with the University community and its various constituents; adhere to all rules and regulations of the University of Iowa, Big Ten Conference and NCAA; and other duties as assigned.

Required qualifications: Bachelor's degree (or international equivalent); demonstrated knowledge of NCAA rules and a proven commitment to high ethical standards and academics; demonstrated experience working effectively in a diverse environment; excellent organizational and administrative skills and some computer knowledge; excellent knowledge of technique, preferably demonstrated through proven successes and/or appropriate USA Track and Field certification.

Preferred qualifications: Master's degree and five years of successful intercollegiate coaching or equivalent instructional experience. Preference will be given to candidates that can most effectively meet the recruiting and development needs of the women's track and field program.

Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience, and includes full University benefits package. This is a 12-month appointment.

Application Process: To apply for this position, visit our website at http://jobs.uiowa.edu and search for Requisition #54809. Only applications submitted at http://jobs.uiowa.edu will be accepted. Screening will start immediately and continue until position is filled.

The University of Iowa is an Equal Employment Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.