Nov 14, 2020

Hockey Assistant Coach - Winter 2020-2021

  • TrulyHired
  • Bristol, RI 02809, USA
Athletics & Activities

Job Description

Head Coach - Position available for Winter 2020-2021, dependent upon funding and sufficient sign-ups.

Coaches of each interscholastic sport at Mt. Hope High School shall be knowledgeable and skilled in the techniques of their sport. The head coach is responsible for promoting, coordinating and continually improving the interscholastic sport he/she is assigned. Every coach is directly responsible to the Athletic Director for the content, conduct and coordination of his/her program. Athletics is an intricate part of the overall education process at Mt. Hope High School and each coach is responsible through enthusiasm, ability and determination to promote and upgrade their interscholastic program taking into account the following areas: administration, budget, rules and regulations, equipment and uniforms, team travel, scheduling, team management, & certification.

At Bristol Warren Regional Athletics, the student-athlete is expected to be a student first and an athlete second. We expect all applicants for our coaching positions to believe in the educational experience athletics provides to students and live within the rules and regulations of the program.

We expect our coaches to demonstrate respect, loyalty, character, sportsmanship, and honor both on and off the court and/or field. We seek to hire coaches who want to develop each athlete as a citizen of the community. We strive to hire coaches who will ensure that each student-athlete's athletic experience is a positive one, both for her/him and for the High School Community. As a District we value winning, but we also value personal growth, teamwork, and preparation for the world beyond schooling

Experience with secondary school level coaching preferred. Rhode Island Certificate for Athletic Coach (NFHS Fundamentals of Coaching and Sudden Cardiac Arrest courses) and current Red Cross certification(s) in CPR and First Aid required, as well as annual recertification for NFHS RI rules test and Concussion course.

All applicants must apply through to be considered. Please complete cover letter, resume, certification and letters of reference sections in SchoolSpring.
  • Position Type: After school/Evening
  • Positions Available: 1
Job Category: Athletics & Activities > Coaching
Employer Description
Bristol and Warren are known as a beautiful seaside communities located in Rhode Island. Both have a rich history in the fishing, shell fishing and manufacturing trade. During the late 1950's and 1960's the Rhode Island General Assembly began exploring the concept of school district regionalization. They were offering financial incentives to school districts for regionalization. This financial incentive was a 2% increase in state aid for each grade level.

Warren was identified as an area for potential regionalization because each grade level contained less than 100 students. A comprehensive high school experience could not be realized for a class of students less that 100 students.

The town of Warren examined both neighboring towns (Barrington and Bristol). Bristol was determined to be a better fit for a regionalization partner. A "Blue Ribbon" commission examined the advantages and disadvantages of regionalizing the two districts. In 1991, the issue was put forth to the taxpayers and a vote was taken to regionalize the two districts. The work began in planning the integration of the two districts. For the first year, the two districts operated separately as the important issues of facilities and Collective Bargaining Agreements were organized. By the second year, the two districts were fully integrated and on July 1, 1992, Bristol and Warren became one regional district. The 1993-1994 school year was the first year of full regionalization.

Since this time, there has been many great accomplishments in the Bristol-Warren Regional School District! Our schools have been fully renovated and are ready for 21st Century Learning!!

Bristol Warren Regional School District provides all students with personalized learning environments that promote deeper, authentic learning experiences. Our focus on student collaboration, creation, problem solving and student voice will help students develop the knowledge and skills necessary to learn effectively and live productively as responsible citizens in an increasingly digital world.

Based upon this vision, the district has developed and started implementing a systematic plan that maximizes digital learning opportunities and prepares students for success in college, career, and citizenship. This plan aligns with the National Educational Technology Plan, our District Strategic Plan and best practices as recommended by the the Alliance for Excellence in School Budgeting.

Bristol Warren Regional School District is a Pre-K to Grade 12 district which is comprised of four (4) elementary schools, one (1) middle school, and one (1) high school. Learn more about us...
Location Description
Mt. Hope High School, a regional 9-12 comprehensive high school for Bristol and Warren, is a 2006 Regents Commended School. In addition to completing twenty four (24) credits of coursework, students must also show proficiency in school-wide expectations, as evidenced by artifacts in digital portfolios. Teachers in all content areas are responsible for giving students opportunities to demonstrate proficiency in school-wide expectations. Learn more about us...

Equal Opportunity Employer
Bristol Warren Regional School District is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who oppose such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.
Job Requirements
  • At least 2 years of relevant experience preferred
  • Citizenship, residency or work VISA in United States required
Application Questions
This employer has requested that all applicants answer the following questions. It is highly recommended that you type any essays in a word processing program, save them, and then paste them on the proceeding job application page.
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  • 1. Are you currently involved in coaching any high school student athletes in outside organizations?
    Short Essay (Answer limited to 600 characters, including spaces)
Contact Information
  • Tina Fogell, Chief Operating Officer
  • 151 State Street
  • Bristol, Rhode Island 02809
  • Phone: 401-253-4000
  • Fax: 401-253-1740
  • Email: click here

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