The University of West Georgia, a proud member of NCAA Division ll and the Gulf South Conference, seeks qualified candidates for its Head Women's Soccer Coach vacancy. The Head Coach provides support to the student-athlete both academically and athletically and is expected to represent UWG in a professional manner that aligns with the University of West Georgia's overall strategy and culture. The roles of this position as head coach include: player development; supervise staff; recruiting student-athletes; develop and manage budget including scholarships, equipment, and travel; monitor academic progress of soccer student-athletes; organize and handle soccer office administration duties, including but not limited to, compliance paperwork, recruiting, and travel scheduling; other duties assigned by the athletic director.
Required Qualifications include:
NCAA Recruitment Certificate
CPR and First Aid Certification (May be obtained upon hire)
3-5 years of head coaching experience
Interested candidates should submit a letter of application that addresses the responsibilities and qualifications of the position along with a current resume and at least four references with full contact information including e-mails (references will not be contacted without consent from the applicant). Application review will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Application materials should be forwarded in one PDF file to email@example.com. Any questions, inquiries, comments or nominations related to this position or the search process should be directed to Dr. Kurt Patberg, Vice President of Mammoth Sports Consultants at kurt.patberg@MammothConsulted.com.
The West Georgia Wolves are the athletic teams that represent the University of West Georgia in NCAA Division II intercollegiate sports. The Wolves compete as members of the Gulf South Conference for all 14 varsity sports. West Georgia has been a member of the GSC since 1983. The UWG department of athletics has a goal to be in the top-50 of the yearly Learfield Cup standings while adhering to the University of West Georgia strategic pillars of Relevance, Competitiveness, and Placemaking.