InterMat Job Board

Head Wrestling Coach - San Francisco State

Posted about 1 and a half years ago by gator

RESPONSIBILITIES: This position is responsible for organizing and administrating all phases of a consistently successful NCAA Division II wrestling program in the competitive Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. Responsibilities include planning and conducting daily practice; preparation for competition; preparation and implementation of strength and conditioning program; oversee all aspects of recruiting, including prospect evaluation, database management, and correspondence; scheduling of matches for championship and non-championship segment; providing academic support for current student-athletes; compliance with NCAA, RMAC, and SFSU rules and regulations; fundraising for program and for department; purchasing and budget management; instruction of an intercollegiate athletic class; and other duties as assigned by the athletic director.

A bachelor’s degree is required, Masters preferred. Strong preference will be given to candidates with previous success within western regional collegiate institutions with a proven track in recruiting and retaining regional students. A working knowledge of NCAA rules is required.

San Francisco State has a historical tradition of diversity, innovation and leadership. Since 1899, SFSU has offered 100+ years of opportunity, academic excellence and creativity. SFSU is a community of 29,000 students, 1,600 faculty and 1,400 staff. Since 1929, SFSU has sponsored intercollegiate athletics with the intent of providing support for academic excellence, personal development, service to the community, career development and athletic excellence. SFSU is a Division II member of the NCAA and sponsors 12 sports: men’s and women’s basketball, cross country, soccer; men’s baseball and wrestling; women’s indoor track and field, women’s outdoor track and field, softball and volleyball. SFSU is a member of the California Collegiate Athletic Association in all sports except wrestling (Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference).