Located fifteen miles northwest of Boston, Bedford is a residential community of approximately 13,000 people whose history dates back to 1664. A typical New England town in architecture, character, government and tradition, Bedford is proud of its historic past.
1. Perform all duties/responsibilities assigned by the Director of Athletics and JGMS Principal.
2. Collaborate with the JGMS staff, including Administration, Teachers and the Bedford Athletic Association.
3.Model the behaviors outlined in the National Federation Coaches Code of Ethics, especially those pertaining to sportsmanship.
4.Have full control of the team in all matters pertaining to coaching and athletic discipline.
5.Implement Bedford Athletic Department policies and team rules as outlined in the JGMS Student/Parent Handbook.
6.Be responsible for information contained in the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association Handbook and the JGMS Student/Parent Handbook.
7.Supervise all assistant coaches, both paid and volunteered.
8.Attend, as required, all Athletic Department and JGMS meetings that deal directly with the sport coached; including Facilities and Fields meetings, and Athletic Awards meetings.
9.Stay informed of rule changes, trends, and recommendations that affect the particular sport.
Bedford Public Schools is an equal opportunity employer in compliance with Chapter 622, Title IX and Section 504 of the Rehab. Act of 1973. The Bedford Public Schools do not discriminate on account of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin or handicap. Bedford is proud to be an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer and a member of Empowering Multicultural Initiatives.