Warlick, who replaced legendary coach Pat Summitt on April 18, still has to hire an assistant to the head coach, a role similar to the one held by Stephanie Glance on Summitt's staff to start the 2009-10 season.
While this position has been restored, the director of character development has been eliminated.
Former UT player Daedra Charles-Furlow, who held the position, hasn't been retained. Charles-Furlow had been on Tennessee's staff for four years. She came back as an assistant coach before moving into her new role before the 2010-11 season.
Warlick said that she hoped to meet with Charles-Furlow this week.
"I think she wanted to pursue other opportunities," Warlick said Sunday. "I'm extremely supportive of Daedra. She's been good for this program."
Warlick, who's reorganized her staff with assistance from athletic director Dave Hart, said that she's not necessarily looking for an aspiring coach to be her assistant.
She described the job as administrative in nature.
"I'm looking for someone that knows women's basketball, that has some administrative experience,'' Warlick said. "It has to be a pretty well-rounded person."
Last Friday, Mike Beaumont was announced as the new director of operations, replacing Kathy Harston. Warlick said Beaumont used to be a personal trainer in Knoxville and that she's known him for nearly 20 years.
As for her coaching assistants, Warlick said that she doesn't plan to designate one as an associate head coach. Former UT player Kyra Elzy was an associate head coach at Kentucky before returning to the Lady Vols. The other new assistant, Jolette Law, was the coach at Illinois before being fired in March. Dean Lockwood has been on the women's staff for eight years.
Elzy's UT job description includes recruiting coordinator.
"I think all three are going to be dynamic,'' Warlick said. "I don't want to narrow it down. They're good in all areas."
Warlick attended the Big Orange Caravan stop in Maryville last night and plans to attend every stop thereafter.
"I think it's important," she said. "I think its important for the fans to see me in a different role and to explain where we are and where we're headed."