Dwight School is seeking athletic coaches who will work closely with the Director and Associate Director of Athletics to structure a full-school program for their sport. All coaches will meet to determine program scaffolding, techniques, and terminologies.
Available Coaching Positions:
Boys Junior Varsity Soccer - Head and Assistant Coach
Middle School Mixed Gender – Head and Assistant Coach
Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball - Head Coach
Boys Middle School Basketball - Head Coach
Girls Middle School Basketball - Assistant Coach
Girls Varsity Swim - Head Coach
Boy Varsity Tennis - Assistant Coach
Girls Varsity Tennis - Head Coach
Boys Baseball - Assistant Coach
Middle School Track and Field - Head and Assistant Coach
Golf Coach - Head Coach or Assistant
Commitment Dates: (approximate)
Fall Season - August 20th – October 27th
Winter Season – October 30th – February 23rd
General Roles and Responsibilities:
Develop engaging practice plans and competitions strategies to fit the level of competition
Develop character with an emphasis on teamwork, leadership, accountability and commitment.
Provide supervision for student-athletes from 2:55pm until they are dismissed from practice/competition
Report competition scores to the Athletic Director and Associate Director
Provide AD and Associate AD bi-weekly updates on team progress, highlights from competitions, and end-of-season recaps
Maintain records of team and individual athletic accomplishments
Take an inventory of team equipment prior to and after each practice and competition
Coordinate an end-of-season team party (small gathering of just team members and coaches)
Collect all uniforms at the end of the season
Complete concussions, first aid, and CPR training (CPR and First Aid offered at Dwight School)
Complete injury form documenting any injuries during practice or a competition
Carry all student-athlete medical forms to and from each practice and competition
Other specific athletic duties that may arise
A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree is required
If you are interested, please contact Michael Horvath, Director of Athletics, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dwight School’s goal is to achieve and maintain equal employment opportunities. It is also the policy of Dwight School to maintain a work environment free from discrimination based on race, color, religious creed, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, genetic information, veteran/military status, marital status or other status protected by federal or state law, with regards to any term or condition of employment.
About Dwight School
Dwight is dedicated to igniting the spark of genius in every child. Kindling their interests, we develop inquisitive, knowledgeable, self-aware, and ethical citizens who will build a better world.
To foster the next generation of global leaders who can thrive anywhere in the world.
Our Three Pillars
Dwight embraces the individuality of each learner, as no two students are the same. Dwight supports these student journeys through a robust academic curriculum and after-school programs. Dwight makes it a priority to focus on and develop each child’s spark of genius. Whether connecting a student with an exceptional mentor, designing tailor-made enrichment, crafting a special study abroad opportunity, or providing an innovative program or tutorial, Dwight recognizes and fosters each student’s gifts and talents.
Dwight’s community is a family of diverse individuals whose collective goal is to build a better world. The power of our learning environment is enhanced by connecting and valuing the different contributions and talents of all members. Through unlimited service, leadership, programmatic, and scholarship opportuni...ties, we inspire students to find their own unique paths to action.
Dwight’s mission, vision, and pillars extend globally across our network of schools and is supported by the International Baccalaureate ethos. Students develop a sense of themselves, as well as the world around them. Dwight opens students’ hearts and minds through challenges and opportunities, inviting students to build bridges within and between cultures.