Coach-Wrestling, Head Coach at Piner High School

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: Full-Time

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HIGH SCHOOL COACH BASIC FUNCTION: Under supervision of the Principal and school Athletic Director, coach students in a specific sport during the established season at the high school. REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES: 1. Coach and instruct students in a sport, instruct students in the proper use of equipment and rules of the specific sport 2. Supervise students in the locker room, during practices, during athletic competitions and on buses to and from athletic competitions 3. Maintain student discipline, including prevention of hazing, harassment and discrimination 4. Apply the principles of “Pursuing Victory With Honor” as adopted by the Board of Education and endorsed by the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) 5. Maintain proper inventory and care of equipment and facilities 6. Assess student performance and make coaching decisions without regard to outside teen/youth affiliations. (For coaches who coach both at a school and for a private or community club/team) SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: 1. Knowledge and ability to prevent injuries 2. Ability to teach and motivate high school aged students 3. Possess current CPR and First Aid certificate 4. Possess a water safety certificate for swimming and diving 5. Ability to work with other staff to raise funds for the sport and athletic program KNOWLEDGE OF: 1. Skills of the sport 2. Strategies and concepts in the sport 3. Rules of the sport 4. Policies of the school district and CIF that apply to athletics and student behavior 5. Adolescent growth and development, that a student is an individual and an athlete ABILITY TO: 1. Exhibit positive leadership skills, good sportsmanship and personal and professional integrity 2. Maintain good communication with the Athletic Director, school administrators, other staff and parents 3. Demonstrate good rapport with the coaches and staff of other schools and the athletic officials 4. Organize, plan, and execute practices and game schedules in a timely manner 5. Maintain the fiscal responsibility for the sport 6. Administer CPR and First Aid EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: 1. Experience in teaching and coaching the sport at the Freshman, Junior Varsity and Varsity or college level 2. Participation in competitive sports in high school, college or community 3. Training in how to teach and coach the sport 4. Formal training in child development and/or experience with youth 5. Teaching credential preferred, but not necessary WORKING CONDITIONS: The environment is typically a locker room, gymnasium, field, court, track, pool or course. The coach is responsible for equipment, records, school district forms, attending coaching meetings and security of the school facility. Welcome to Santa Rosa City Schools where we embrace, engage and empower all students. Our vision is that SRCS will send students into the world empowered to find purpose, think critically, embrace diversity, work together, and adapt to our changing planet, and live healthy and fulfilling lives. Our mission is that SRCS ensures equitable access to a transformative educational experience grounded in the assets of our students, staff, and community. We nurture the whole student in an engaging, challenging, and safe environment. We recognize and value each student's individuality and our community's cultural wealth. As we prepare our students for their futures as citizens of the 21st century, we remain committed to hiring exceptional staff to lead and support this work. EMBRACE---ENGAGE---EMPOWER REQUIREMENTS: CPR and 1st Aid Certificates Required. Coaches Education Class- Fundamentals of Coaching Required. Concussion Certificate Required. Cardiac Certificate Required. Mandated Reporter Training- School Personnel Certificate Required. Heat Illness Certificate Required. COVID-19 for Coaches Certificate Required. 2 letters of recommendation'> Coach-Wrestling, Head Coach at Piner High School at Santa Rosa City Schools | EDJOIN Although there are school closures across the country due to COVID-19 virus, we will continue to work and provide email support for all systems. We thank you in advance for your understanding as we take the necessary precautions to ensure the health and safety of our staff members and the public. We will keep you updated as things change. Thank you. Keyword Search Bar Search MENU * Home * Job Search * Advanced Search * Region Search * Recent Job Postings * Events * Login/Register * Login * Register * Post a Job * Help × Login You must be logged in to apply for this job. In order to login in please enter your username and password below and then click the red Login button. If you do not have a login please CLICK HERE to register for one, thank you. 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Continue Back To Search Results Page Coach-Wrestling, Head Coach at Piner High School at Santa Rosa City Schools About the Employer Welcome to Santa Rosa City Schools where we embrace, engage and empower all students. Our vision is that SRCS will send students into the world empowered to find purpose, think critically, embrace diversity, work together, and adapt to our changing planet, and live healthy and fulfilling lives. Our mission is that SRCS ensures equitable access to a transformative educational experience grounded in the assets of our students, staff, and community. We nurture the whole student in an engaging, challenging, and safe environment. We recognize and value each student's individuality and our community's cultural wealth. As we prepare our students for their futures as citizens of the 21st century, we remain committed to hiring exceptional staff to lead and support this work. EMBRACE---ENGAGE---EMPOWER Job Information Date Posted: 4/1/2021 Application Deadline: Until Filled Employment Type: Length of Work Year: Spring 2021 Salary: $4,059 Stipend (Step 1) Paid at the end of the season and only if the season began. Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1 Contact: Mary Alyce Stephens Email: mstephens@srcs.k12.ca.us Phone: 707-890-3800 80607 Location: Piner High School Job Description / Essential Elements: Print HIGH SCHOOL COACH BASIC FUNCTION: Under supervision of the Principal and school Athletic Director, coach students in a specific sport during the established season at the high school. REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES: 1. Coach and instruct students in a sport, instruct students in the proper use of equipment and rules of the specific sport 2. Supervise students in the locker room, during practices, during athletic competitions and on buses to and from athletic competitions 3. Maintain student discipline, including prevention of hazing, harassment and discrimination 4. Apply the principles of 'Pursuing Victory With Honor' as adopted by the Board of Education and endorsed by the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) 5. Maintain proper inventory and care of equipment and facilities 6. Assess student performance and make coaching decisions without regard to outside teen/youth affiliations. (For coaches who coach both at a school and for a private or community club/team) SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: 1. Knowledge and ability to prevent injuries 2. Ability to teach and motivate high school aged students 3. Possess current CPR and First Aid certificate 4. Possess a water safety certificate for swimming and diving 5. Ability to work with other staff to raise funds for the sport and athletic program KNOWLEDGE OF: 1. Skills of the sport 2. Strategies and concepts in the sport 3. Rules of the sport 4. Policies of the school district and CIF that apply to athletics and student behavior 5. Adolescent growth and development, that a student is an individual and an athlete ABILITY TO: 1. Exhibit positive leadership skills, good sportsmanship and personal and professional integrity 2. Maintain good communication with the Athletic Director, school administrators, other staff and parents 3. Demonstrate good rapport with the coaches and staff of other schools and the athletic officials 4. Organize, plan, and execute practices and game schedules in a timely manner 5. Maintain the fiscal responsibility for the sport 6. Administer CPR and First Aid EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: 1. Experience in teaching and coaching the sport at the Freshman, Junior Varsity and Varsity or college level 2. Participation in competitive sports in high school, college or community 3. Training in how to teach and coach the sport 4. Formal training in child development and/or experience with youth 5. Teaching credential preferred, but not necessary WORKING CONDITIONS: The environment is typically a locker room, gymnasium, field, court, track, pool or course. The coach is responsible for equipment, records, school district forms, attending coaching meetings and security of the school facility. Requirements / Qualifications Requirements / Qualifications REQUIREMENTS: CPR and 1st Aid Certificates Required. Coaches Education Class- Fundamentals of Coaching Required. Concussion Certificate Required. Cardiac Certificate Required. Mandated Reporter Training- School Personnel Certificate Required. Heat Illness Certificate Required. COVID-19 for Coaches Certificate Required. 2 letters of recommendation REQUIREMENTS: CPR and 1st Aid Certificates Required. Coaches Education Class- Fundamentals of Coaching Required. Concussion Certificate Required. Cardiac Certificate Required. Mandated Reporter Training- School Personnel Certificate Required. Heat Illness Certificate Required. COVID-19 for Coaches Certificate Required. 2 letters of recommendation Comments and Other Information Coaching experience preferred. *Applications must be fully completed in order to be considered. The Santa Rosa City Schools District prohibits, at any district school or school activity, discrimination, harassment, including sexual harassment, intimidation, and bullying, based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, nationality, national origin, immigration status, ethnic group identification, ethnicity, age, religion, marital status, pregnancy, parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, or genetic information, or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. This shall apply when applicable, to interns, volunteers, and job applicants. For questions, concerns or complaints, please contact District Equity and Title IX Compliance Officer: Anna Trunnell, Assistant Superintendent Human Resources; 211 Ridgway Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95401; (707) 890-3800 Ext. 80602; rjackson@srcs.k12.ca.us Comments and Other Information

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