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Coach, Head Volleyball - Osakis Public School

Posted on 2019-02-08 2:45:41 PM

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Position Type: Girls Varsity Volleyball Head Coach Location: Osakis High School Closing Date: Open until filled WORK HOURS: Hours include practices, afternoon/evening matches and possibly some weekend invitational events. The 2019 competitive volleyball season begins on August 12 and has the potential to compete through the first week of November. JOB DUTIES: The Head Volleyball Coach will be in charge of developing and implementing the girls volleyball program for Osakis High School. He/She will instruct participants, oversee safety, and supervise coaches. The Head Coach will oversee a program of student participants in grades 7-12, but will be involved in all aspects of District ISD 213 volleyball youth through varsity. This assignment also includes being able to assess skills, teaching/coaching skills, player development, and motivation within the volleyball program. This position includes being the leader for directing, communicating, teaching, promoting, practices, demonstrations, advising, organizing, and assessing. The Head Volleyball Coach will also be responsible for a budget and scheduling of practices. This position will report to work and work closely with the Activities Director to ensure the program is developing and growing. The Head Volleyball Coach will also be asked to: * Coach and instruct students, individually or in groups, regarding the rules, regulations, and proper use of equipment/facility. * Supervision of assistant coaches and oversight of duties. * Assess student's skills and assign line-ups. * Develop practice schedules. * Assign duties to subordinate coaches as necessary. * Observe students during practice and competition to help determine the needs for individual or team improvement. * Establish and maintain professionalism while supervising students and coaches during practice and matches. * Act as a team representative by communicating with parents, visitors, coaching colleagues, MSHSL, etc... * Assist with maintaining equipment, supplies, and uniforms. * Develop and sustain positive relationships with participants and coaches, and provides motivational support and guidance. QUALIFICATIONS: * Coaching or high level playing experience in Volleyball * Organizational skills * Supervision experience * Passion for Volleyball * Serve as a positive role model for students * High School Diploma or GED * Must be available to work varying practice shifts and nights and weekends for events. * Demonstrated ability to teach the development of skills and proper techniques in are of specialty * Ability to lift equipment * Ability to motivate and effectively communicate with students, parents, and assistant coaches. * Exercise mature judgment and sound decision-making SALARY: Based on the Osakis Education Association's Master Agreement. DEADLINE: Applications accepted online at www.osakis.k12.mn.us under the District/Employment menu until filled. Applications will be reviewed beginning no later than March 1, 2019. NOTE: Candidates must pass a criminal background check in order to be eligible for employment.
Position Type:
Girls Varsity Volleyball Head Coach

Location:
Osakis High School

Closing Date:
Open until filled

WORK HOURS:
Hours include practices, afternoon/evening matches and possibly some weekend invitational events. The 2019 competitive volleyball season begins on August 12 and has the potential to compete through the first week of November.

JOB DUTIES:
The Head Volleyball Coach will be in charge of developing and implementing the girls volleyball program for Osakis High School. He/She will instruct participants, oversee safety, and supervise coaches. The Head Coach will oversee a program of student participants in grades 7-12, but will be involved in all aspects of District ISD 213 volleyball youth through varsity.

This assignment also includes being able to assess skills, teaching/coaching skills, player development, and motivation within the volleyball program.

This position includes being the leader for directing, communicating, teaching, promoting, practices, demonstrations, advising, organizing, and assessing. The Head Volleyball Coach will also be responsible for a budget and scheduling of practices.

This position will report to work and work closely with the Activities Director to ensure the program is developing and growing.

The Head Volleyball Coach will also be asked to:
  • Coach and instruct students, individually or in groups, regarding the rules, regulations, and proper use of equipment/facility.
  • Supervision of assistant coaches and oversight of duties.
  • Assess student's skills and assign line-ups.
  • Develop practice schedules.
  • Assign duties to subordinate coaches as necessary.
  • Observe students during practice and competition to help determine the needs for individual or team improvement.
  • Establish and maintain professionalism while supervising students and coaches during practice and matches.
  • Act as a team representative by communicating with parents, visitors, coaching colleagues, MSHSL, etc...
  • Assist with maintaining equipment, supplies, and uniforms.
  • Develop and sustain positive relationships with participants and coaches, and provides motivational support and guidance.
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Coaching or high level playing experience in Volleyball
  • Organizational skills
  • Supervision experience
  • Passion for Volleyball
  • Serve as a positive role model for students
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Must be available to work varying practice shifts and nights and weekends for events.
  • Demonstrated ability to teach the development of skills and proper techniques in are of specialty
  • Ability to lift equipment
  • Ability to motivate and effectively communicate with students, parents, and assistant coaches.
  • Exercise mature judgment and sound decision-making
SALARY:
Based on the Osakis Education Association's Master Agreement.

DEADLINE:
Applications accepted online at www.osakis.k12.mn.us under the District/Employment menu until filled.

Applications will be reviewed beginning no later than March 1, 2019.

NOTE:
Candidates must pass a criminal background check in order to be eligible for employment.