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Fitness Center Supervisor                                                   
Seattle, WA        
Part-time (no benefits), approx. 19 hours a week
The Bush School is in search of a motivated, reliable individual who is passionate about promoting general fitness and life-long physical activity.  The Fitness Center Supervisor is an important member of the Athletic Department team who oversees workouts with individuals, as well as sports teams. 

A qualified candidate will be able to manage the key responsibilities and tasks as listed below:

  • Design and implement fitness programs for students and faculty/staff members
  • Design and implement fitness programs for sports teams
  • Ensure health and safety of all individuals utilizing the Fitness Center
  • Monitor exercises and correct form as needed; spot for lifters as needed
  • Implement and apply all Fitness Center Policies and Expectations
  • Manage release forms for all participants
  • Check in participants and maintain attendance log
  • Provide orientations to first-time participants
  • Oversee equipment, re-rack weights, and maintain cleanliness of Fitness Center
  • Monitor Fitness Center equipment and machines
  • Continuously promote usage of Fitness Center within school community
  • Plan and adjust Fitness Center hours based on school schedule

Successful candidates will have:

  • Experience in personal/fitness training – 3-5 years minimum preferred
  • Personal/fitness training classes/certification preferred
  • A bachelor’s or graduate degree in fitness-related field preferred
  • Desire to engage with community members including students, coaches, and faculty/staff
  • Desire to encourage life-long physical activity
  • Skill in the use of technology: including, but not limited to, regularly checking emails, proficiency in Microsoft Suite and Google Apps
  • Ability to work in a team, show initiative, be reliable, punctual, and responsible

HOW TO APPLY
Applicants should send a resume and cover letter outlining how they meet the specific requirements of the position to www.bush.edu.
All applications are appreciated and reviewed, however only those selected for interview will be contacted.
The Bush School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Bush School does not discriminate in matters of employment, recruitment, admission or administration of any of its programs on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, gender, or genetic information.  In addition, The Bush School does not discriminate in matters of employment based on the basis of age or marital status.


Girls Varsity Volleyball Head Coach                                 
Seattle, WA       
Stipend Position
The Girls Varsity Volleyball Head Coach is responsible for overseeing and developing all levels of the program including Varsity, and Junior Varsity – as well sport related off-season activities. The main responsibilities include practice planning and implementation, game coverage, team communications, overseeing inventory of sport specific gear/uniforms, and driving team to matches.  The ideal candidate should have extensive experience as a head coach and must possess excellent communication skills.
 
A qualified candidate will be able to manage the key responsibilities and tasks as listed below:

  • Provide positive, safe, healthy, challenging and supportive experience for participants
  • Identify, develop, and apply age and developmentally appropriate coaching methods
  • Develop and implement daily practice plans and routines
  • Communicate team and program related information to coaches, athletes and parents effectively and in timely manner
  • Communicate with athletic department staff effectively and in timely manner
  • Attend meetings and trainings scheduled by the Athletic Director
  • Comply with all school, state association, and league policies and regulations

Successful candidates will have:

  • Expert knowledge of given sport
  • Experience in interscholastic, club and/or collegiate coaching
  • Coaching certification preferred
  • Capacity and desire to seek out and participate in professional development
  • Ability and willingness to be a team player
  • CPR and First Aid Certification
  • Clean criminal background check
  • Clean driving record
  • Ability to work and connect with people
  • Enthusiasm to contribute, grow, and develop as a member of the Blazers Athletic Department Team
  • Outstanding communication, organizational, and problem solving skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google applications

Compensation:

  • Competitive coaching stipends are paid in monthly installments during each season. Additional benefits include access to professional development funds and Bush Blazers athletic apparel.

HOW TO APPLY
Applicants should send a resume and cover letter outlining how they meet the specific requirements of the position to www.bush.edu
All applications are appreciated and reviewed, however only those selected for interview will be contacted.
The Bush School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Bush School does not discriminate in matters of employment, recruitment, admission or administration of any of its programs on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, gender, or genetic information.  In addition, The Bush School does not discriminate in matters of employment based on the basis of age or marital status.

Middle School Soccer Assistant Coach                   
Seattle, WA        
Stipend Position
The Middle School Soccer Assistant Coach is responsible for supporting the Head Coach with overseeing and developing the Blazers Middle School Soccer Program.  The main responsibilities include assisting with practice planning and implementation, game coverage, team communications, distributing sport specific gear/uniforms, and driving the team to practices/matches.

Qualified candidates will be able to manage the key responsibilities and tasks as listed below:

  • Assist Head Coach with:
    • Providing positive, safe, challenging, and supportive experience for participants
    • Identifying, developing, and applying age and developmentally appropriate coaching methods
    • Developing and implementing daily practice plans and routines
    • Communicating team and program related information to coaches, athletes and parents effectively and in timely manner
  • Communicate with athletic department staff effectively and in timely manner
  • Attend meetings and trainings scheduled by the Athletic Director
  • Comply with all school, state association, and league policies and regulations

Successful candidates will have:

  • Expert knowledge of given sport
  • Experience in interscholastic, club and/or collegiate coaching
  • Coaching certification preferred
  • Capacity and desire to seek out and participate in professional development
  • Ability and willingness to be a team player
  • CPR and First Aid Certification
  • Clean criminal background check
  • Clean driving record
  • Ability to work and connect with people
  • Enthusiasm to contribute, grow, and develop as a member of the Blazers Athletic Department Team
  • Outstanding communication, organizational, and problem solving skills Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google applications

Compensation:

  • Coaching stipends are paid in monthly installments during the season. The stipends are competitive with other independent schools in the region.  Additional benefits include access to professional development funds and coaching apparel.

HOW TO APPLY
Applicants should send a resume and cover letter outlining how they meet the specific requirements of the position to www.bush.edu 
All applications are appreciated and reviewed, however only those selected for interview will be contacted.
The Bush School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Bush School does not discriminate in matters of employment, recruitment, admission or administration of any of its programs on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, gender, or genetic information.  In addition, The Bush School does not discriminate in matters of employment based on the basis of age or marital status.

Position: High School Girls Softball Coach

Location: Adna High School

Description: Adna HS is looking for a Qualified Head Coach to take over the Program for the 2018 season. Adna has a proud history in Softball with 19 State appearances, 11 straight years at State, and 9 State Championships. We have a solid core group returning, and a lot of young ladies playing in the younger grades.

Application: Please Contact AD K.C. Johnson at Adna HS
Procedure/  Email:johnsonk@adnaschools.org
Contact       Work # 1-360-748-8552. Ext. 606
Information

For Application: Contact Adna School District. adnaschools.org


Head Boys Wrestling Coach, Puyallup HS
Open until filled
Contact Jim Meyerhoff at meyerhja@puyallup.k12.wa.us

Link to start application here.


Mercer Island School District
4160 86th Ave. SE
Mercer Island, WA 98040

ATHLETIC POSITION OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT

Head Coach Position:     Football  (Fall Sport)  
Salary:  Per the Negotiated Agreement

General Functions:

  1. Supports the high school in all of its athletic programs and demonstrates commitment to strengthen relations with the educational system as well as the coaching profession.
  2. Demonstrates loyalty and support the Athletic Director in conducting the athletic program of that particular sport.
  3. Knowledgeable and aware of rules and regulations concerning his/her sport.
  4. Assumes any duties assigned to him/her by the Athletic Director pertaining to the overall athletic program of that particular sport and assumes responsibilities of the head coach in the absence of the head coach.
  5. Assists and be accountable to the athletic director and principal.
  6. Accompanies and directs the assigned team to all games and practices.
  7. Holds a current first aid and CPR card.
  8. Keeps current on all clock hours depending on coaching level.
  9. Exemplifies good sportsmanship.

Essential Functions

  1. Instructs students in the fundamentals of the sport s/he is coaching.
  2. Maintains facilities and equipment.
  3. Supervises team players at practice, contests, in locker room and during travel.
  4. Promotes sportsmanship and fair play among all teams and players: Always set a good example for participants and fans to follow, exemplifying the highest moral and ethical behavior; Instruct participants in proper sportsmanship responsibilities and demand they make sportsmanship a high priority; respect judgment of contest officials, abide by rules of the event and display no behavior that could incite fans; treat opposing coaches, participants, fans and media members with respect; develop and enforce penalties for participants who do not abide by sportsmanship standards; and develop a method to publicly recognize good sportsmanship.
  5. Reports contest results to League Statistician as directed.

Minimum Qualifications

  • High school diploma or equivalent 
  • Hold a current and valid First Aid and CPR card
  • Must be at least 21 years of age 
  • Prior coaching experience preferred

Application Procedures
Visit the Mercer Island School District website at www.mercerislandschools.org and click on Job Opportunities. You will be directed to the district’s online application where you will complete your profile and upload documents, such as:

  • letter of interest relating to your qualifications to the position
  • letters of recommendation
  • resume'
If you need help with the online process please call (206) 236-3318 or use the district Job Kiosk in the district office located at 4160 86th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040.

Contacts:
Rosie Burns, Director, Human Resources, 206-236-3318, rosie.burns@mercerislandschools.org
Mark Jergens-Zmuda, Associate Principal/Athletic Director, 206-236-3386, mark.jergenszmuda@mercerislandschools.org


Centralia High School Head Football Coach
The Centralia School District is seeking a varsity football coach to assume the responsibility for its football program.  The varsity head football coach is responsible for the organization and supervision of the high school football program including:  budgeting, ordering, inventory, transportation, assistant coaches, player supervision, awards banquet, team rosters, player eligibility, and equipment repair

Kingston High School Football is looking for a coach with Defensive coaching experience to Coordinate or Co-Coordinate Defense for the 2017 season. 
Experience working with Linebackers would also be preferable.  The Coach would likely have a secondary role with offensive position groups (WR/TE or RB).
To apply please contact Richard Henert (Athletic Director) at rhenert@nkschools.org or Head Coach Alec Grimm at alecgrimm54@gmail.com
Applicants will need to complete a FastTrack Online application through the NKSD Website:
https://www02.wrdc.wa-k12.net/scripts/cgiip.exe/WService=wnkitsas71/rapplmnu03.w


Position:

Head Volleyball Coach

Location

Okanogan High School

Description

Okanogan is a 1A school in the Caribou Trail League (CTL). Located in North Central Washington, Okanogan is home to a small supportive community, tremendous facility and great history of volleyball. We will have a young talented team coming back for the 2017 season. Possible teaching positions available.

Application Procedure/

Contact Information                                

Please contact Debbie Goroch (509)-422-3629 or dgoroch@oksd.wednet.edu for application information. 
 
For questions please contact Athletic Director Kevin Daling. (509)-422-4429 or kdaling@oksd.wednet.edu

Link for More Info

http://www.oksd.wednet.edu/domain/11

Position:

Head Volleyball Coach

Location

Okanogan High School

Description

Okanogan is a 1A school in the Caribou Trail League (CTL). Located in North Central Washington, Okanogan is home to a small supportive community, tremendous facility and great history of volleyball. We will have a young talented team coming back for the 2017 season. Possible teaching positions available.

Application Procedure/

Contact Information                                

Please contact Debbie Goroch (509)-422-3629 or dgoroch@oksd.wednet.edu for application information. 
 
For questions please contact Athletic Director Kevin Daling. (509)-422-4429 or kdaling@oksd.wednet.edu

Link for More Info

http://www.oksd.wednet.edu/domain/11


Winlock-Head Coach-Volleyball-
Girls-High School

JOB TYPE:                    Seasonal
LOCATION:                  Winlock High School 241 N Military Rd. Winlock 98596
DEPARTMENT:             Winlock School District – Winlock High School
SALARY:                       $0.00/Hour (Based on years of experience)
HOURS:                       12 ½ Week Regular Season (2+ hours per day)
OPENING DATE:          3/10/17
CLOSING DATE:           Continuous

REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS:
3 Coaching Reference Forms/Letters, Cover Letter, Resume

DESCRIPTION:
The job of the High School Girls Volleyball Coach is described below

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES:
Preparation:

  1. Teach the fundamentals of good sportsmanship and the correct technical aspects of each position
  2. Ability to organize and direct team
  3. Ability to direct the high school and youth volleyball programs.
  4. Carry out duties and provide supervision in concert with the athletic code, building and district policies and the WIAA handbook.

TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS:

General Requirements:

  1. Demonstrated ability to relate in a positive manner to participants
  2. Ability and willingness to work effectively with fellow coaches, parents, guardians, administrators and the community
  3. Dedication to total program – Youth – High School
  4. Enthusiasm to motivate students and the patience to deal with conflict
  5. Ability and willingness to assist in the set-up, operation, and tear down of events in the program
  6. Applicants who meet WIAA Coaches Standards are preferred
  7. Ability to follow all district safety rules. First Aid and CPR Card required
  8. Willingness to accept direction and work within the structure established by the Athletic Director

Winlock-Assistant Coach-
Girls Soccer-High School

JOB TYPE:                    Seasonal
LOCATION:                  Winlock High School 241 N Military Rd. Winlock 98596
DEPARTMENT:             Winlock School District – Winlock High School
SALARY:                       $0.00/Hour (Based on years of experience)
HOURS:                       12 ½ Week Regular Season (2+ hours per day)
OPENING DATE:          4/17/17
CLOSING DATE:           Continuous

REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS:
3 Coaching Reference Forms/Letters, Cover Letter, Resume

DESCRIPTION:
The job of the High School Assistant Girls Soccer Coach is described below

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES:

Preparation:

  1. Teach the fundamentals of good sportsmanship and the correct technical aspects of each position
  2. Ability to organize and direct team
  3. Ability to help direct the high school and youth soccer programs.
  4. Carry out duties and provide supervision in concert with the athletic code, building and district policies and the WIAA handbook.

TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS:

General Requirements:

  1. Demonstrated ability to relate in a positive manner to participants
  2. Ability and willingness to work effectively with fellow coaches, parents, guardians, administrators and the community
  3. Dedication to total program – Youth – Middle School -  High School
  4. Enthusiasm to motivate students and the patience to deal with conflict
  5. Ability and willingness to assist in the set-up, operation, and tear down of events in the program
  6. Applicants who meet WIAA Coaches Standards are preferred
  7. Ability to follow all district safety rules. First Aid and CPR Card required
  8. Willingness to accept direction and work within the structure established by the Athletic Director

Winlock-Head Cheer Coach
-High School

JOB TYPE:                    Seasonal
LOCATION:                  Winlock High School 241 N Military Rd. Winlock 98596
DEPARTMENT:             Winlock School District – Winlock High School
SALARY:                       $0.00/Hour (Based on years of experience)
HOURS:                       12 ½ Week Regular Season (2+ hours per day)
OPENING DATE:          3/17/17
CLOSING DATE:           Continuous

REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS:
3 Coaching Reference Forms/Letters, Cover Letter, Resume

DESCRIPTION:
The job of the High School Head Cheer Coach is described below

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES:
Preparation:

  1. Teach the fundamentals of good sportsmanship and the correct technical aspects of each position
  2. Ability to organize and direct team
  3. Ability to direct the high school and youth cheer programs.
  4. Carry out duties and provide supervision in concert with the athletic code, building and district policies and the WIAA handbook.

TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS:

General Requirements:

  1. Demonstrated ability to relate in a positive manner to participants
  2. Ability and willingness to work effectively with fellow coaches, parents, guardians, administrators and the community
  3. Dedication to total program – Youth – High School
  4. Enthusiasm to motivate students and the patience to deal with conflict
  5. Ability and willingness to assist in the set-up, operation, and tear down of events in the program
  6. Applicants who meet WIAA Coaches Standards are preferred
  7. Ability to follow all district safety rules. First Aid and CPR Card required
  8. Willingness to accept direction and work within the structure established by the Athletic Director

 

 
 
 
       
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