The Trinity Preparatory School seeks applications for part-time assistant varsity softball coach. A qualified candidate will be expected to assist student-athletes at practice and at games with technical instruction and training for their events. This leader must possess strong organization, communication, problem solving, leadership, and multitasking skills.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Assists Head Coach in the overall planning and execution of the Varsity Softball program which includes field prep for practices and games; hitting, fielding, pitching and catching; and set up and take down for home games.
- Serve as a role-model to develop sportsmanship - both on and off the field while attending all games, home and away.
- Organize and facilitate regularly scheduled practices typically at 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm Monday-Friday with emphasis on development and implement game strategy.
- Observe and guide the discipline and conduct of student-athletes to reinforce our core values, specifically our belief in the educational excellence of the athletics program.
- Interact regularly with student-athletes to maintain a safe learning environment both social-emotionally and physically.
- Provide feedback and coaching to team members individually and in groups while demonstrating game techniques throughout the season.
- Encourage new student athlete participation and motivate players to continue their growth and development.
Qualifications and Experience:
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution or the international equivalent with a focus in a related field.
- A minimum of 2-3 years of coaching experience at the secondary, club or collegiate level is preferred.
- Articulates an authentic commitment to diversity and holds others accountable for the same.
- Promotes an inclusive environment that values, encourages, and supports differences.
- Understanding of the rules and regulations governing the sport.
- Proven knowledge, skills, and strategies for the sport.
- Strong leadership skills to motivate and develop student athletes on and off the field.