Billings Middle School
Track & Field Coach
Billings Middle School, an independent school in the Green Lake area of Seattle, is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Track & field Coach for the spring 2017 season. The season begins in March and runs through mid May.
Practices will be held on Tuesdays and Fridays starting at 1:50 and ending at 4:30 and meets will be on Monday’s.
Qualifications for this position include knowledge of the sport and prior coaching/teaching experience at the middle or high school levels.
Successful Candidates will:
1) Have the ability to work collaboratively with coaches, students, faculty, parents, alums and administrators.
2) Be able to model the behavior which he/she expects.
3) Possess strong interpersonal and communication skills.
4) Be able to pass a criminal background check in addition to having an acceptable driving record.
There is a stipend that comes with this position.
If interested in this position, please contact Anthony Brown, Billings Athletic Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. # 206-971-3172
Position open until filled. No phone calls or drop-ins please.
Mission: Billings Middle School is a dynamic academic community intentionally designed to stretch, support, and inspire early adolescent learners.
At Billings, each student develops a rigor of intellect and creativity, powerful ways to communicate and collaborate, confidence and self-knowing, and an openness to the possibilities of new information and systems of thought.
Vision Statement: Our students become global citizens inspired to promote a socially just, sustainable world.
Our faculty embody a professional model of collegiality & innovation and contribute to the understanding & development of best practices for early adolescent teaching.
Our school plays an integral role in the life of our students, faculty, families and community so that our network of lifelong learners may share a common point of origin and a growth mindset that propels and sustains them.
Statement of Non-Discrimination: Billings Middle School, a Washington State approved non-profit organization, was founded in 1979 as The Intermediate School. It is our policy not to discriminate against any person on the basis of gender, race, color, creed, sexual orientation, physical ability, religion or national origin.
Statement on social justice and global sustainability: Billings Middle School has a unique opportunity to model a lifelong commitment to promoting global sustainability because our students are beginning to consciously reconcile their emerging self-image with a broader sense of the world and their purpose within it.
We see that the foundations for this work are built from within ourselves, and recognize that we live and operate in a society created and characterized by historical inequities of power. We believe that the work of seeing, engaging and disentangling institutionalized privilege is an act of social justice, a critical human endeavor, and a society-building skill necessary to thrive in the 21st century.
We therefore strive at Billings to be an educational community characterized by its emphasis on fostering self-understanding, critical thinking and global awareness so as to promote equitable and ethical habits of living in the world.
We commit ourselves to the pursuit of social justice in the establishment and evaluation of school governance, curriculum, disciplinary practices, educational programs, admissions, faculty performance and hiring.