Jan 13, 2024

Coaching - JH Asst Fastpitch - Spring 2024

  • TrulyHired
  • Mattawa, WA 99349, USA
Athletics & Activities

Job Description

WAHLUKE SCHOOL DISTRICT #73

Jr High School Assistant Fastpitch Coaching Position

POSITION: Jr. High School Assistant Fastpitch Coach

Go WARRIORS!

Application Procedure: Electronic Application Required

Current coaches and internal employees: submit a letter of interest/cover letter through the electronic application process and update documents on file as needed.

All other candidates please submit the Coaching Application form via the electronic process. Information needed to complete the process include:
  • Letter of Interest addressed to High School Athletic Director
  • Coaching Resume/Experience
  • Coaching Philosophy
  • Completed Application, including references

Closing Date: Open until filled.

Qualifications:
  • Demonstrated ability, dedication and experience as an outstanding coach and teacher preferred (if a teacher position available).
  • Teaching experience preferred, not required.
  • Demonstrated ability to serve as a positive role model.
  • Proven success in leadership and working in groups.
  • In-building staff members may receive preference in the screening and hiring process.
  • Demonstrated capacity for collaboration, cooperation and coordination with colleagues and parents.
  • Experience and knowledge in specified sport.
  • Willingness to attend trainings.
  • Ensure WIAA requirements/standards are compiled along with State & District laws, policies, and regulations.
  • Valid First Aid and CPR card.
  • The salary for these positions will be determined by placement on the coaching salary schedule.

WAHLUKE SCHOOL DISTRICT

COACHES/ADVISORS EXPECTATIONS

1. Coaches/advisors are accountable to the highest standard of honesty and integrity. All practices/preparations for activities should be consistent with the rules of the game and the educational purpose of WahlukeSchool District. Coaches/advisors will stress balance between academics and activities recognizing that activities are subordinate to academics. Coaches/advisors will be responsible to ensure that all W.I.A.A. rules and regulations are complied with.

2. Coaches/advisors have the primary concern for the health, safety, and personal welfare of each athlete/participant. The athlete's/participant's education is also held foremost.

3. Coaches/advisors will treat all persons with dignity and respect, providing a model of fair play and good sportsmanship.

4. Coaches/advisors are responsible for assisting participants in acquiring the necessary fundamental skills, rules and knowledge of their activity as well as promoting desirable personal and social traits.

5. Coaches/advisors will observe the letter and the intent of the rules of their activity and insist that participants and teams under their direction do the same.

6. Coaches/advisors shall not use profanity or abusive language.

7. Coaches/advisors will perform their duties on the basis of careful preparation, ensuring that their instruction is current and accurate. They shall use practices for which they are qualified and continually acquire new knowledge and skills.

8. Head coaches/advisors will be responsible for the full program beginning with the initial meeting at the start of the season. They will provide opportunities for parent involvement and will promote the activity through summer camps/activities and involvement through scheduling.

9. Coaches/advisors will communicate effectively with athletes, participants, parents, community and administration, including pre-season parent meetings.

10. Coaches/advisors will use positive reinforcement, while emphasizing that a commitment to hard work is critical to activity achievement.

11. Coaches/advisors will recognize contributions of all players/participants whether starters or back-ups and emphasize that all team members are important to the achievement of team goals.

12. Coaches/advisors will support other coaches/advisors and programs and encourage student participation in other sports.

13. Coaches/advisors will teach fair play, team play, tolerance, and an appreciation of parents, officials and the other team's players/participants and coaches/advisors.

14. As a coach/advisor in the WahlukeSchool District, you represent your school, your community, your team and yourself in an activity sponsored by the WahlukeSchool District.

15. Coaches/advisors may promulgate rules and regulations applicable to their individual activity or team, provided they are not inconsistent with the provisions of the Code. Additional rules or regulations must be approved by the principal. Any additional rules and regulations must be in writing and on file in the school office.

16. Coaches will hold parent meetings to cover the activities code and expectations in each sport prior to student participating.

17. Team practices scheduled during school holidays shall be approved by the principal

The Wahluke School District complies with all federal and state rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation including gender identity or expression, national origin, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability, age, or honorably discharged veteran or military status. This holds true for all programs and services. The District provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures may be directed to Liz Leitz, Equity and Civil Rights at [email protected]: Jackson Haak, Title IX Director, at [email protected]; or Gigi Calaway, Section 504/ADA coordinator at [email protected] or (509)932-4565.

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