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Coach Openings

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Position TitleJob NumberJob DescriptionPay Scale
Modified Girls Lacrosse Head Coach

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

The Head Coach at the Modified level works under the direction of the Head Coach at the varsity level to provide leadership for the entire program within the particular sport.  The Head Modified Coach is responsible for program articulation and consistency and is responsible for communicating regularly with the Head Coach at the varsity level.  The Head Modified Coach keeps up to date on current issues and trends in the sport.

EXPECTED RESULTS:

  • Plans and supervises all practices, contests, and other events of the junior varsity team.
  • Communicates practice plans to assistant coaches.
  • Provides input regarding evaluation of assistant coach. Athletic Director will finalize all evaluations.
  • Teaches rules, strategies, and skills to the athletes.
  • Abides by district policies and decisions.
  • Ensures that practice and game procedures, facilities and equipment are safe for student athletes.
  • Supervises the management of equipment and uniforms.
  • Instructs and models positive sportsmanship and citizenship.
  • Provide written feedback on student-athlete performance at the beginning and end of the season
  • Monitors grades of student-athletes and acts as a liaison with student-athlete, athletic department, and staff
  • Communicates with Athletic Director, parents, principal, and head custodian as appropriate.
  • Notifies Athletic Director, Athletic Trainer and/or School Nurse regarding major injuries.
  • Notifies the Athletic Director of any unusual incidents in a timely manner.
  • Attends meetings as required including:
    • Pre-season athletes’ and parents’ meetings
    • League or Section coaches’ meeting (if applicable)
    • Meetings requested by Head Varsity Coach or Athletic Director
  • Assists varsity coach in end-of-season banquet/event with student-athletes and/or families.
  • Assists varsity coach in acting as a liaison with youth and community organizations in the sport.
  • Seeks professional development opportunities and notifies staff of the same.
  • Notifies Athletic Director of any personnel concerns in a timely manner.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Athletic Director or Varsity Coach
  • Maintains appropriate NYS certification in a timely manner.
Per NTA Contract
Varsity Track Assistant Coach

The assistant Coach at the Varsity level is responsible for supporting the leadership for the program within the particular sport.  

EXPECTED RESULTS:

  • Assists with plans and supervises all practices, contests, and other events of the team.
  • Teaches rules, strategies, and skills to the athletes.
  • Abides by district policies and decisions.
  • Ensures that practice and game procedures, facilities and equipment are safe for student athletes.
  • Supervises the management of equipment and uniforms.
  • Instructs and models positive sportsmanship and citizenship.
  • Notifies Athletic Director, Athletic Trainer and/or School Nurse regarding major injuries.
  • Notifies the Athletic Director of any unusual incidents in a timely manner.
  • Attends meetings as required including:
    • Pre-season athletes’ and parents’ meetings
    • League or Section coaches’ meeting.
  • Attends end-of-season banquet/event with student-athletes and/or families.
  • Acts a liaison with youth and community organizations in the sport.
  • Seeks professional development opportunities and notifies staff of the same.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Athletic Director.
  • Maintains appropriate NYS certification in a timely manner.

 

Per NTA Contract
Modified Boys Lacrosse Head Coach

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

The Head Coach at the Modified level works under the direction of the Head Coach at the varsity level to provide leadership for the entire program within the particular sport.  The Head Modified Coach is responsible for program articulation and consistency and is responsible for communicating regularly with the Head Coach at the varsity level.  The Head Modified Coach keeps up to date on current issues and trends in the sport.

EXPECTED RESULTS:

  • Plans and supervises all practices, contests, and other events of the junior varsity team.
  • Communicates practice plans to assistant coaches.
  • Provides input regarding evaluation of assistant coach. Athletic Director will finalize all evaluations.
  • Teaches rules, strategies, and skills to the athletes.
  • Abides by district policies and decisions.
  • Ensures that practice and game procedures, facilities and equipment are safe for student athletes.
  • Supervises the management of equipment and uniforms.
  • Instructs and models positive sportsmanship and citizenship.
  • Provide written feedback on student-athlete performance at the beginning and end of the season
  • Monitors grades of student-athletes and acts as a liaison with student-athlete, athletic department, and staff
  • Communicates with Athletic Director, parents, principal, and head custodian as appropriate.
  • Notifies Athletic Director, Athletic Trainer and/or School Nurse regarding major injuries.
  • Notifies the Athletic Director of any unusual incidents in a timely manner.
  • Attends meetings as required including:
    • Pre-season athletes’ and parents’ meetings
    • League or Section coaches’ meeting (if applicable)
    • Meetings requested by Head Varsity Coach or Athletic Director
  • Assists varsity coach in end-of-season banquet/event with student-athletes and/or families.
  • Assists varsity coach in acting as a liaison with youth and community organizations in the sport.
  • Seeks professional development opportunities and notifies staff of the same.
  • Notifies Athletic Director of any personnel concerns in a timely manner.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Athletic Director or Varsity Coach
  • Maintains appropriate NYS certification in a timely manner.
Per NTA Contract
Varsity Girls Soccer Coach

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

The Head Coach at the varsity level is responsible for leadership for the entire program within the particular sport.  The Head Coach is responsible for program articulation and consistency and is responsible for communicating regularly with coaches at each level.  The Head Coach keeps up-to-date on current issues and trends in the sport and communicates such to the Athletic Director and to coaches at each level.

EXPECTED RESULTS:

  • Plans and supervises all practices, contests, and other events of the varsity team.
  • Communicates practice plans to assistant coaches.
  • Provides input regarding evaluation of varsity assistant coach, program assistant coach, JV head coach, and modified head coaches to Athletic Director. Athletic Director will finalize all evaluations.
  • Teaches rules, strategies, and skills to the athletes.
  • Abides by district policies and decisions.
  • Ensures that practice and game procedures, facilities and equipment are safe for student athletes.
  • Supervises the management of equipment and uniforms.
  • Instructs and models positive sportsmanship and citizenship.
  • Provide written feedback on student-athlete performance at the beginning and end of the season
  • Monitors grades of student-athletes and acts as a liaison with student-athlete, athletic department, and staff
  • Communicates with Athletic Director, parents, principal, and head custodian as appropriate.
  • Notifies Athletic Director, Athletic Trainer and/or School Nurse regarding major injuries.
  • Notifies the Athletic Director of any unusual incidents in a timely manner.
  • Attends meetings as required including:
    • Pre-season athletes’ and parents’ meetings
    • League or Section coaches’ meeting.
  • Organizes staff meetings for coaches at all levels as needed.
  • Assures end-of-season banquet/event with student-athletes and/or families.
  • Acts a liaison with youth and community organizations in the sport.
  • Seeks professional development opportunities and notifies staff of the same.
  • Notifies Athletic Director of any personnel concerns in a timely manner.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Athletic Director.
  • Maintains appropriate NYS certification in a timely manner.
Per NTA Contract
Girls Varsity Swimming Head Coach

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

The Head Coach at the varsity level is responsible for leadership for the entire program within the particular sport.  The Head Coach is responsible for program articulation and consistency and is responsible for communicating regularly with coaches at each level.  The Head Coach keeps up-to-date on current issues and trends in the sport and communicates such to the Athletic Director and to coaches at each level.

EXPECTED RESULTS:

  • Plans and supervises all practices, contests, and other events of the varsity team.
  • Communicates practice plans to assistant coaches.
  • Provides input regarding evaluation of varsity assistant coach, program assistant coach, JV head coach, and modified head coaches to Athletic Director. Athletic Director will finalize all evaluations.
  • Teaches rules, strategies, and skills to the athletes.
  • Abides by district policies and decisions.
  • Ensures that practice and game procedures, facilities and equipment are safe for student athletes.
  • Supervises the management of equipment and uniforms.
  • Instructs and models positive sportsmanship and citizenship.
  • Provide written feedback on student-athlete performance at the beginning and end of the season
  • Monitors grades of student-athletes and acts as a liaison with student-athlete, athletic department, and staff
  • Communicates with Athletic Director, parents, principal, and head custodian as appropriate.
  • Notifies Athletic Director, Athletic Trainer and/or School Nurse regarding major injuries.
  • Notifies the Athletic Director of any unusual incidents in a timely manner.
  • Attends meetings as required including:
    • Pre-season athletes’ and parents’ meetings
    • League or Section coaches’ meeting.
  • Organizes staff meetings for coaches at all levels as needed.
  • Assures end-of-season banquet/event with student-athletes and/or families.
  • Acts a liaison with youth and community organizations in the sport.
  • Seeks professional development opportunities and notifies staff of the same.
  • Notifies Athletic Director of any personnel concerns in a timely manner.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Athletic Director.
  • Maintains appropriate NYS certification in a timely manner.
Per NTA Contract

The Newark Central School District is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment in its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age.  Further, Newark Central School District does not discriminate on the basis of religion or creed, sexual orientation, military status, genetic status, marital status, domestic violence victim status, criminal arrest or conviction record, or any other bias prohibited by state or federal non-discrimination laws.