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Carlisle School has an opening and is accepting applications for a Head Varsity Volleyball Coach that will be available for the 2021-2022 school year.
Under the direction of the Athletic Director and/or Head of School, the coach must plan and implement a high-quality athletic program that stresses fundamentals, teamwork, and sportsmanship while maintaining high safety standards for all athletes. The coach must also be committed to high academic standards for all athletes to ensure that eligibility requirements are met.
• High school diploma or equivalent
• Must be age 21 or older
• Successful completion of the NFHS Concussion in Sports course accessible at www.nfhs.org prior to beginning coaching duties (there is no fee associated with this course)
• Ability to communicate effectively with parents, students, and school administrators
• Ability to motivate students
• Ability to be dependable and punctual
• Regular and predictable on-site attendance is required
• Previous experience as a coach or participation in the sport at the high school or college level
• Current CPR certification
The Secondary (Upper) School Teacher will design and implement an educational curriculum in one or more academic or technical subjects appropriate for secondary (high) school students.
Supervisory Responsibilities: Supervises students’ behavior in the classroom, on school grounds, and on educational trips.
Plans and develops an engaging, age-appropriate course of study in the classroom, adhering to educational best practices and school curriculum guidelines.
Designs and delivers individual lesson plans in one or more academic or technical subjects using various teaching techniques and appealing to various learning styles.
Prepares materials for lessons, assignments, and tests; evaluates, corrects, and grades student performance.
Discusses academic difficulties or behavioral problems with students as they arise.
Monitors students’ progress throughout the year and evaluates preparedness for graduation or college, as appropriate.
Administers standardized tests as required.
Communicates progress and concerns with tact and professionalism to parents and, as appropriate, other faculty, staff, and/or principal.
Builds and maintains positive relationships with parents.
Enforces safety and security standards for students, staff, and visitors.
Maintains required paperwork for individual student files, attendance and incident reports, and other necessary records.
Monitors halls, study periods, and dining with other faculty and staff.
Participates in faculty meetings, educational conferences, in-service opportunities, workshops, and other training seminars.
Maintains knowledge of research, developments, and best practices in secondary education.
Performs related tasks such as sponsoring student activities or organizations.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Thorough understanding of the pedagogy and best practices of education.
Desire to teach secondary (upper) school-aged children and ability to adapt to their developmental status.
The ability to design lessons that teach the curriculum in an engaging manner, applying various teaching methods such as the flipped classroom, lectures, discussions, demonstrations, and individual or collaborative projects and research.
Strong supervisory and leadership skills to manage and control the classroom.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Excellent interpersonal skills with the proven ability to maintain professionalism and tact in high-stress situations.
Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
Creative analytical and problem-solving skills.
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, Google Classroom, or related software.
To be considered for a substitute teacher, please complete the above application and send it with a cover letter and resume to the Human Resources Division at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All resumes received will be acknowledged and sent to appropriate division directors for review. Should an interview be desired, we will contact the applicant via email or phone. We will retain resumes for 12 months.
For additional information or if you have questions, please contact Human Resources at 276-632-7288.
Carlisle School is an equal opportunity employer and committed to a policy of non-discrimination for all employees and qualified applicants without regard to race, color, gender, pregnancy, age, religion, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status, military service, marital status, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.
Carlisle School makes reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities, in accordance with applicable law. Applicants that do not meet the minimum qualifications of the position(s) for which the applicant applies will not be considered for employment.