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17 Oct 2018

Part Time Aragon Women’s JV Swimming Head Coach

San Mateo Unified Highschool District – Posted by AJN San Mateo, California, United States

Job Description

Spring Season

Part Time

11/12/2018 11:55 PM Pacific

$4,400

 

Human Resources – San Mateo Union High School District – 650 North Delaware Street – San Mateo, CA 94401 – (650) 558-2299

ATHLETIC COACH

Open Until Filled

www.smuhsd.org

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POSITION:CLOSING DATE: JOB SUMMARY:

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Instruct student-athletes in the fundamental skills, strategy, and physical training necessary to promote individual and team success. Provide student- athletes with athletic instruction that leads to the formulation of good sportsmanship, acceptable social behavior, moral values, self-discipline and self-confidence. Supports school athletic program, athletic booster group, and athletic director and performs other related duties as assigned. Assistant coaches will support the head coach in regards to fulfilling the essential functions below.

1. Responsible for all matters pertaining to the organization and administration of coaching the team under his/her direction, and enforcing all rules of the C.I.F., CCS, and PAL as they pertain to the respective sport.

2. Serves as a positive role model to players, parents, officials, and fellow coaches by following all rules and demonstrating good sportsmanship.

3. Works cooperatively within an education environment that emphasizes the successful psychological, social, and emotional development of its students.

4. Represents the school on the highest professional level with dignity, integrity, strength of character, and ethical behavior.

5. Promotes respect by example through appearance and conduct.
6. Exhibits moral and ethical behavior and demonstrates dedication and

loyalty to the school, the Athletic program, the Athletic Director and other

coaches.
7. Arranges for pre-season meeting with students and parents to provide

information and discuss rules, regulations, and expectations.
8. Organizes team tryouts, maintains the integrity of the selection process,

and respectfully communicates results in a timely and appropriate manner. 9. Plans and conducts all practice sessions effectively at a level appropriate

for each member of the team.
10. Insures proper warm-up and conditioning programs to reduce the risk of

injury.
11. Provides a safe and enjoyable environment for all players, giving each

student an opportunity to participate.
12. Instructs participants in the skills necessary for achievement.
13. Properly supervises all athletes at practice, in transit and at games.
14. Inspects all equipment and oversees the management of equipment and

uniforms.
15. Supervises, to the extent necessary, all levels in assigned sport (varsity,

frosh-soph, etc.).
16. Promotes student participation in other out-of-season sports.
17. Keeps statistics on the team and players for school and league records and

submits requested reports on time.
18. Teaches precautions and procedures to help students prevent injuries.

Ensures that medical authorization forms are on file and readily available. Promptly documents all injuries that require or could require medical

attention. PLEASE POST

NOTICE OF VACANCY

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EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS: DESCRIPTION:

REPORTS TO: QUALIFICATIONS:

ABILITY TO:
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

end of the season.
Incumbent must be able to perform essential functions 1-31 with or without

19. Encourages parent involvement and coordinates their assistance. 20. Communicates good health, fitness principles and positive character

development concepts to players, parents, and spectators.
21. Communicates with the Athletic Director on all matters of policy.
22. Supervises and evaluates all assistant coaches in conjunction with the

Athletic Director, who is responsible for final formal evaluations.
23. Supervises and assigns all volunteers, student managers, trainers, etc.
24. Monitors the academic progress of team members during the season, and

encourages academics over athletics.
25. Reports student discipline problems, vandalism, and other related

concerns to the Athletic Director, Dean, or other appropriate school level

personnel.
26. Responsible for submitting budget requests in a timely manner. Maintains

accounting, integrity and transparency of all fiscal transactions and

fundraising.
27. Deposits all donations, fund raising, tournament proceeds, and student fees

to school site accounting tech and maintains up-to-date record keeping. 28. Provides facility use schedules in advance of the season to Facilities

Department, and keeps the Athletic Director informed of all changes.
29. Submits proper end of season information to Athletic Director (award lists,

end of season report, schedule, etc.)
30. Assigns and maintains inventory of athletic equipment issued to students

and staff.
31. Immediately collects and returns all district uniforms and equipment at the

reasonable accommodation.

SCHOOL SPORT 2018 STIPEND

Aragon High School Women’s JV Swimming $4,400

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Head Coach
This assignment is for the season shown only and does not grant

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re-employment rights.

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School Principal and Athletic Director

 Completion of all coaching and supervision clearance requirements as required by the school, league, district, and state.

 Successful coaching experience in assigned sport.
 Demonstrated proficiency in instruction and a solid understanding of the

technical aspects of the sport.
 Demonstrated commitment to positive coaching philosophy.

 Communicate satisfactorily in oral and written form in English as necessary. Understand and carry out oral and written instructions.
 Establish and maintain cooperative relations with students and adults and

relate effectively with parents and community.

 Seeing sufficient to observe type and extent of injury.
 Hearing and speaking sufficient to exchange information.
 Stamina sufficient to walk or stand for extended periods.
 Frequent repetitive bending, stooping, squatting, kneeling and overhead

reaching. PLEASE POST

NOTICE OF VACANCY

OTHER REQUIREMENTS: APPLICATION PROCEDURES:

EEOC DISCLAIMER

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 Manual dexterity to operate equipment, and handle work with various materials and objects.

 Physical strength frequently to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects up to 50 pounds of force.

 Possess a valid Red Cross First Aid Card and CPR Card. Department of Justice fingerprint clearance.
 Evidence of Activity Supervisor Certificate clearance. Evidence of Tuberculosis clearance.

By closing date above, interested outside applicants and interested District employees must submit a completed application form through www.edjoin.org. If you have any questions on applying or attaching documentation, please contact the EDJOIN Support Desk at (888)900-8945. District employees will be considered on these posted criteria and District policy regarding training, experience, and previous work record. Employees requesting transfer will be considered on these posted criteria, training, experience, and previous work record, including attendance.

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POSITION STARTS:

The San Mateo Union High School District is an equal opportunity employer in that our policy, in accordance with Federal and State laws, prohibits employment discrimination solely on the basis of a person’s race, color, creed, sexual orientation, sex, marital status, or disability except where a reasonable, bona fide occupational qualification exists. The San Mateo Union High School District complies with the rules and regulations contained in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title II of the Educational Amendments of 1972 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

POSTING DATE: POSTING NUMBER:

As soon as a suitable incumbent can be found.10/12/2018

Reasonable accommodations may be made, upon request, to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the above stated essential functions and the application procedure.

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How to Apply

By closing date above, interested outside applicants and interested District employees must submit a completed application form through www.edjoin.org. If you have any questions on applying or attaching documentation, please contact the EDJOIN Support Desk at (888)900-8945. District employees will be considered on these posted criteria and District policy regarding training, experience, and previous work record. Employees requesting transfer will be considered on these posted criteria, training, experience, and previous work record, including attendance.

Job Categories: Swim Coach. Job Types: Part Time and Seasonal.

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