June 7, 2019
Platteville, Wisconsin
Job Type


Responsible for management and administration of all phases of the women’s basketball program, student-athletes and staff.  Duties include, but are not limited to: coaching, recruiting qualified student-athletes including use of recruiting software (Front Rush), fundraising, camp operations, budget administration, team travel, developing community support for the program, monitoring academic progress of student-athletes, hiring and supervision of assistant coach, and other duties as assigned. Candidates will have additional duties based on departmental needs and successful candidate’s experience and qualifications.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.
  • Minimum of five (5) years of successful women’s basketball coaching experience on the collegiate level or ten (10) years as head coach at the high school level.
  • Demonstrated priority of ensuring success of the student-athlete experience.
  • Proven accountability of student-athlete academic success.
  • Established leadership principles and integrity.
  • Ability to influence and motivate student-athletes.
  • Written and oral communication skills.
  • Demonstrated success recruiting high caliber student-athletes (character, academics, competitiveness).
  • Organizational skills.
  • Event planning, camp and/or clinic experience.
  • Fundraising experience.
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks.
  • Ability to work weekends, evenings and travel.
  • Knowledge of NCAA rules.
  • Transferable skills, educational background, expertise or experience to serve the UW-Platteville Department of Athletics in coaching and in assigned secondary duties.


  • Proven success as a head coach or top level assistant at the college level.
  • Demonstrated recruiting ability in the Midwest (WI, IL, IA, MN, etc.).
  • Significant fundraising experience.
  • Previous DIII coaching experience.
  • Master’s degree in a Health and Human Performance related area with teaching experience on the collegiate level or a nationally recognized strength and conditioning certification.