Oxbridge Academy seeks an experienced track and field head coach for the boys’ and girls’ program. Well-qualified candidates will be motivated, energetic, positive, and passionate people with experience coaching athletes from beginner level to college recruited. Candidates will be interested in designing a comprehensive running program, including summer training and off-season workout opportunities. The head coach is responsible for the teaching and mentoring of student–athletes in a competitive environment. This position will be responsible for maintaining an awareness and developing strategies that would be consistent with the most current philosophies within the scope of track and field. This position will provide the student athletes with the skills so they can compete at a high level while also building a culture around sportsmanship, commitment, teamwork, discipline and other characteristics that align with the Oxbridge Mission. Prior collegiate running experience is highly valued, though not required. This is a stipend position. Please send a cover letter and resume to Patrick Hollern, Director of Athletics, at email@example.com.
Oxbridge Academy is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, age, national origin, ethnic, background, disability or any other characteristic protected by law.
About Oxbridge Academy
Oxbridge Academy is a private college preparatory school for young men and women in grades 9 through 12. Regardless of their economic background, our students have access to the best teachers and technology to learn the skills they need to be tomorrow’s leaders and innovators. Teachers at Oxbridge Academy foster a lifelong love of learning, spark curiosity, encourage students to make good choices, and serve as role models. They deliver their content expertise to their assigned classes so that all students have rigorous and inclusive access to the curriculum and instruction every day to meet their learning goals. In Curriculum Coordination Teams, teachers work collaboratively on such areas as creating and revising curriculum, reviewing student work, selecting and developing instructional resources, planning and coordinating portfolio and exhibition activities, meeting with specialists, and preparing common assessments.