– Provide administrative direction and oversight for all athletics programs and activities.
– Coach at least one sports team and coordinate activities of all other coaches and teams.
– Parent and athlete communication and scheduling, and train staff to do so.
– Detailed knowledge of FIS, USSA and USASA rules and regulations.
– Developing and managing departmental teams, and special events budgets;
– Order of equipment need to help and organization.
– Being a role model and mentor to coaching staff, by helping them establish professional goals and formulate an appropriate pathway
– Partnering with Excitative Director to balance on-snow and fiscal responsibilities
– Develop and design oversee trainings
– Design and facilitate specialty camps
– Supervising full and part-time athletics staff including, responsibility for hiring, disciplining or firing decisions and full responsibility for training, mentoring, and evaluating coaches and athletics staff.
– Begin to build strategic partnerships, establishing relationships that help fulfill the program expansion of the organization.
– Having the ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people.
– Organizing and scheduling season training programs
– Organizational management with the ability to coach staff, manage, and develop high-performance teams, setting and achieving strategic objectives, and manage a budgets.
– Parent athlete communications
– Contest travel planning
– Managing budgets
– Examining coaches knowledge
– Leading groups through on-snow and class room coaching concepts
– Developing freestyle criteria for instructors
– Leading and evaluating instructors for freestyle certification
– Communication with Managers and instructors
– Helping guest set. understand, and achieve goals
– Leading clinics based on certification standards for instructors
– Developing new clinic materials based new teaching methods
– Nominated USSA Coach of the year 2015
– USSA Gold Camp coach 2015
– AASI Rocky Mountain Education Committee 2010-2015
Here is an inspirational quote that holds true to my coaching philosophy: “Go back to very basic things. No one has it all. You are entering, in one form or another, a very competitive area…. love the simple things. Don’t expect to be put in any special place… nobody’s going to hoist you to the top, no matter what–unless you prove yourself. Learn the movements for the sake of the movements, and love those movements.” -Rodney Mullen