Teaches sport activity to individual or groups by performing the following duties under direction of head softball coach, athletic director and building principal.
- Help coordinate program from grades 9-12.
- Help organize and supervise all phases of the team assigned, as well as student-athletes with the expressed intent of meeting the stated objectives of the athletic program.
- Understand and implement the Code of Conduct as outlined in the school handbook.
- Conduct themselves and their teams in a professional manner. Lead by example.
- Communicates positively with players, coaches, staff, administration and parents.
- Read and follow all WIAA and NEA regulations pertaining to the sport. Make athletes aware of rules pertaining to their eligibility. Be responsible that each athlete has a physical exam by a physician as required by state law and that the physical, eligibility, and emergency forms are all turned in BEFORE the athlete turns out for practice.
- Be responsible for the care of equipment and facilities.
- Explain and demonstrate principles, techniques, and methods of regulating movement of body, hands, or feet to achieve proficiency in the sport coached.
- Preference for candidates with previous softball coaching experience.
- Preference given to candidates with experience in building successful youth softball programs.
- Must favorably pass the Washington State Patrol/FBI background check.
- Demonstrate mature behavior and ability to use sound judgment in communicating with students, parents, staff, coaches, and community.
- Must have a valid first aid card or has a district approved sports medicine certificate.
- Must have or be willing to acquire training in the recognition and maintenance of concussions.
- Is knowledgeable of rules set down by the WIAA, Freeman High School, and Freeman School District.
Freeman School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.