Description: Athletic coaches wanted for volleyball and soccer at Seattle Girls’ School. The coach is responsible for all aspects of directing a team’s practices and play in games.
Seasons run from August 26-November 7, Mondays-Thursdays. Practices and games are between 3:00pm-6:00pm.
To teach skills through the use of the games approach and througheffectively planned practices at a level appropriate for each member of the team.
To supervise the players before, during and immediately following practices and games.
Accompany (and possibly transport) team to scheduled contests
To provide a safe and enjoyable environment for all players.
To serve as a positive role model to players, parents, officials, and fellow coaches in all aspects of speech, attitude, and behavior.
Be consistent in attendance of practices, and games. Be on time!!
Stress fun, skill development, and fundamentals. Winning is secondary to these priorities.
Learn and follow all league rules, policies, and procedures.
To communicate with the Athletic Director on all matters of policy and procedures. Attend any schedule coaches meetings.
·Understanding of the school’s philosophy and be able to implement those beliefs into the program.
Coaching knowledge and expertise of the sport.
Successfully complete the application procedure, pass the background check and have an acceptable driving record.
Must be patient, dependable, and organized.
First Aid/CPR certified or willing to obtain before season starts.
Social justice/anti bias awareness
Cultural competency understanding
Supervisor: Reports directly to the Athletic Director.
About Seattle Girls' School
A transformative middle school experience.
At Seattle Girls’ School, girls develop a sense of the big picture, connecting academic studies with current events, self-awareness, and collaboration, resulting in confident, highly qualified graduates who succeed in high school, college, and beyond.
Middle school is a critical time for development – especially for girls. As girls reach early adolescence, their self-esteem and interest in certain subjects is likely to plummet as a result of being bombarded by conflicting messages about femininity and achievement. Seattle Girls’ School combats the trend of girls losing confidence before competence, especially in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and math, with a transformative experience for girls in grades 5-8. At SGS, girls are challenged to discover who they are and who they want to become. Our project-based curriculum, grounded in real-world experiences, offers endless opportunities for leadership, collaboration, and problem solving.