Head Football Coach (Central High School) - Vacancy ID: 130000

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Vacancy Details

Head Football Coach (Central High School)
Central High School
1
N/A
Open until filled

Contact

Justin Marien
Athletic Director
414-604-3100

Position Details

As soon as possible
Seasonal
The West Allis-West Milwaukee School District strongly encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. We are strengthened by diversity and committed to equity. Every day, the West Allis-West Milwaukee School District focuses on equity through deeper learning, fosters a sense of belonging, and educates the whole child so that every learner achieves success. The West Allis-West Milwaukee School District aspires to create experiences that build community and empower learners so they can live life on their own terms. The School District of West Allis-West Milwaukee is currently seeking a varsity head coach for football at West Allis Central High School. The ideal candidate will have a coaching background/philosophy that fosters both skill/student-athlete development and enjoyable experience while balancing responsibilities for our student-athletes in athletics and in academics/life. Coaching Duties and Responsibilities: • Hold effective, well-planned practices • Coach at all practices and games • Execute age- and ability-appropriate workouts/training programs • Foster strong communication with student-athletes, parents, school staff and the athletic director • Create and maintain an atmosphere where student-athletes want to come back for more. • Coordinate the distribution, collection, storage of athletic equipment, uniforms, and supplies (during the season and at its conclusion), and for the collection of fees for lost equipment and uniforms by student-athletes • Assign duties and responsibilities to assistant coaches with the approval of the athletic department • Assist the athletic director/department in the purchasing of equipment, supplies and uniforms as approved and coordinated with the athletic director • Supervise student-athletes at all times during school-sponsored activities (at practice, at games, during travel including when not participating in a game, in locker rooms, etc) • Coordinate the security of all facilities used by the team and coaching staff • Complete required coaches’ training • Follows established procedures in the event of a student-athlete’s injury • Oversee the program fundraising ensuring district policies are met with handling monies • Must be CPR/AED/First Aid certified or obtain it prior to coaching and share proof of certification with the athletic department • Complete WIAA Rules Test and Video prior to the season starting • Submit the following items to the athletic director: completed roster form after the third practice/tryout and complete awards, season records, inventory forms and lost school-issued items program-wide • Send annual communication to families on the preseason, season and postseason items • Ensure the proper completion of physical examinations and all registration forms before a student-athlete participates • Regularly participate and communicate with the booster club and its members/at its meetings • Participates in special activities to include parents’ night, awards banquets, and pep assemblies • Assist student-athletes regarding athletic scholarships and next steps after high school • Abide by and teach the rules of the game in letter and in spirit • Complete all end-of-season tasks and attending meetings with the WIAA and conference • Communicate any absences of the coaching staff, including yours as the head coach, to the athletic director • Other duties as deemed appropriate by Administration In addition, the coach will have the following characteristics: • Exemplify the highest moral character, behavior and leadership, adhering to strong ethical and integrity standards • Demonstrate role modeling and leadership qualities that a student-athlete and others would positively emulate now and in the future • Respect the integrity and personality of the individual participant • Demonstrate good sporting behavior • Respect the integrity and judgment of officials • Display effective and timely communications skills • Promote entire Athletic Program Please send any questions regarding the position to marienj@wawmsd.org. All application materials should be submitted through WECAN, including resumes, cover letters, etc. No hard copies or originals will be accepted. The West Allis-West Milwaukee School District does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, gender, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, hiring and employment practices, admission policies, scholarship and grant programs, or athletic and other school administered programs. The District's Title IX Coordinator is: Jeff Thomson, Principal of Mitchell Elementary School, 10128 West Montana Avenue, West Allis, WI 53227. Mr. Thomson can be reached at 414-604-4511 or via email at thomsonj@wawmsd.org.

Candidate Requirements

  • Resume