Summary

Athletics/Activities | Pine City Public Schools | Available: 11/01/2024 | Closing: open until filled

Description

Assistant Boys Hockey Coach
 

In compliance with the Certified Master Agreement, please consider this as notification of the following positions opening in the District:

 

Qualifications:  Good organizational ability. Background or experience in specific sport or activity.

Time Limitations: Present employees must apply within seven work days with the last day of May 16, 2024.

Season begins: November 2024

 

To Apply: Applicants should to to the following link: Applitrack

 

Mr. Rick Engelstad, Activities Director

Pine City Public School

1400 Main Street South

Pine City, MN  55063

rengelstad@isd578.org / 320-629-4114

 

Pine City Public Schools employment practices are conducted without regard to race, color, national origin, sex or disability of applicants or employees.

JOB DESCRIPTION FOR ASSISTANT COACH (Grades 9-12)

As an Assistant Coach, he/she needs to:

1)    Have understanding of rules and regulations regarding the sport as presented in the 

    Minnesota State High School League Handbook. Keep abreast of all rules and rule changes.

2)    Keep abreast of new developments, innovative ideas and techniques by attending clinics, workshops and reading in the field.

3)    Teach fundamentals in a manner that does not contradict teaching at the varsity level.

4)    Assist the Head Coach in carrying out assigned responsibilities.

  • assist in proper registration of all athletes.

  • assist in making systematic issuance of equipment.

  • assist in providing accurate information for eligibility lists and other reports

  • assist in implementing athletic/activities objectives

  • assume responsibility for constant care of equipment and facilities.

  • assume supervisory control over students and teams assigned

  • be in regular attendance at all contests and practice sessions.

  • apply discipline in a firm and positive manner.

  • emphasize safety precautions; be aware of best training / injury prevention.

  • conduct self and teams in an ethical manner during contests and practice.

  • instruct players in the rules of the game, new developments and innovative ideas.

  • assist in return, storage and inventory of school equipment.

  • recommend athletes for awards.

  • recommend facility maintenance and improvements.

  • recommend equipment to be purchased.

  • recommend schedule improvements.

  • make reports as requested by the Head Coach and Activities Director.

5)    Meet prior to and at the end of each season with the Head Coach for direction.

    Additional responsibilities occurring during the season may be assigned