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Posted on: May 15, 2019 • Category: Collegiate Coaching

Head Football Coach

Mount Marty College

Apply By: May 27, 2019
No. of Jobs: 1
Job Type: Full-Time
Pay Type: Salary
Compensation: DOE/DOQ
Education: Bachelor's Degree

Dr Kurt Patberg
Phone 1: (605)668-1545
kpatberg.ASC@gmail.com
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Mount Marty College
1105 W. 8th St.
Yankton, SD 57078
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Qualifications:
Minimum qualifications to apply for the position of Head Football Coach include: ▪ Bachelor’s degree required ▪ Experience in coaching high-quality student-athletes ▪ Strong management and budgeting skills ▪ Commitment to the mission of Mount Marty College

Responsibilities:
In successfully performing the duties of the position, Head Football Coach will: ▪ Direct a successful program and exercise supervision of the program in a manner which is in accordance with the philosophy, rules, and regulations of the college, the NAIA, and the GPAC. ▪ Recruit high quality, competent student-athletes, maintaining communication with the Dean of Enrollment and the Admissions Office. This will include knowing and informing potential student-athletes of eligibility, academic and college standards. ▪ Make a recommendation to the Athletics Director on the amount of athletic award to be issued to each athlete. Inform, in writing, any suspension or reduction on grant to the Athletic Director. ▪ Assist student-athletes with their integration into the academic, spiritual, and social dimensions of MMC. ▪ Represent the college at appropriate community and sporting events, assisting and/or orchestrating fundraising and public relations engagement opportunities for the College. ▪ Provide proper supervision and direction of all assistants in the football program. ▪ Ensure the appropriate time and resources are being given to the Junior Varsity program, this includes supervision of the Junior Varsity coach. ▪ Complete the NAIA Coaching with Character exercise and be sure all assistants have also completed the program. ▪ Work with the Athletics Director in preparing and maintaining the budget for the football program. This will include fiscal responsibility with such things as team travel and equipment/supplies. The proper budget processes must be followed for requesting funds and submitting receipts. This process will also include treating sensitive material as highly confidential. ▪ Prepare a season schedule and submit it to the Athletics Director for approval. ▪ Work with the FAR to confirm the eligibility of athletes before allowing them to participate in scrimmages, junior varsity or varsity contests. ▪ Submit a list of eligible team members to the Athletics Director and FAR at least two weeks prior to the first contest. ▪ Have a comprehensive academic monitoring program to ensure student-athlete success. ▪ Develop and supervise an off-season weightlifting, conditioning and skills improvement program. ▪ Immediately inform the Athletics Director of problems related to athletes. ▪ Require all athletes to pass a physical examination before participating in practice or contests. ▪ Work with trainer in arranging doctor appointments for athletes and maintain a record on the status of injuries. Assist Trainer in processing insurance claims. ▪ Supervise the work of your manager during the season and provide the Athletics Director with a complete inventory at the conclusion of the season. ▪ Work with SID to supervise the statistician and assist the Home Event Coordinator in organizing help for home games ▪ Assume responsibility of having all team members (athletes, coaches, managers) read, understand, and sign the appropriate MMC Code of Conduct and/or NAIA Champions of Character pledge. ▪ Build and maintain rapport with students, faculty and staff. ▪ Enhance professional growth by attending clinics, workshops and also working at camps and clinics which can promote the visibility of Mount Marty College. ▪ Possible supervision of home events and other duties, as assigned by Athletics Director; general supervision of the home athletic events. ▪ Submit an annual report to the Director of Athletics reviewing the work of the year and making recommendations for the future.

Other Information:
To apply, please visit our campus website at www.mtmc.edu and submit the application under “Careers at Mount Marty College.” For full consideration, please apply by Monday, May 27, 2019. For questions or inquires, prospective candidates may contact Dr. Kurt Patberg, Senior Vice President of Athletics Staffing and Consultants at kpatberg.ASC@gmail.com. MMC is an EEO employer.
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