Reporting directly to the Head of School and as a member of the Senior Administrative Leadership Team, the Athletic Director (AD) is responsible for integrating the mission of CCS into the school’s athletic programs, ensuring the overall program continues as a valuable component of the school’s total educational program.
- Responsible for communicating the school’s mission and vision for robust gospel-centered athletic programs to various constituent groups, including coaches, parents, students, faculty/staff, Board members, prospective families, donors, and other members of the CCS community.
- Work closely with the senior leadership team to innovate and develop a strategic vision for CCS athletics as well as to inform and seek input on matters that impact the greater whole.
- Supervise, develop, and evaluate Assistant Athletic Directors (Lower School and Middle School) and all coaches.
- Provide professional growth opportunities for coaches through new and existing partnerships, such as Coaching for Transformation and Escell Sports Surveys.
- Manage the relationship with the Athletic Trainers.
- Through best hiring practices, ensure all coaching positions are filled with mission-centric and highly qualified coaches.
- Promote a culture where coaches are integrated into student life activities beyond sports, and where the core values of unity, respect, discipline, energy, and resilience are woven into the day-to-day athletics at CCS.
- Knowledge and love of Scripture and its application to all of life, particularly pedagogy, school community, and related disciplines.
- Understanding of and commitment to CCS’s Philosophical Distinctives.
- At least three years of demonstrated, effective leadership experience in a high school setting, preferably in Athletics.
- A Bachelor’s degree is required.
- Strong organizational skills for multitasking and prioritizing responsibilities.
- Ability to relate effectively with a variety of students.
- Understanding of and ability to meet the discipleship and developmental needs of students in grades 9-12.