- Promotes by example. Loyalty, leadership, dedication, integrity, physical fitness, sportsmanship, cooperation and personal responsibility.
- Implements codes of conduct for coaches, players, and parents of the HHS team.
- Ability to work the expected hours to include arriving prior to the student athlete arrival and departure times.
- Maintains a thorough knowledge of game and competition rules and has the ability to educate student-athletes to share in that understanding, including the rules of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA).
- Develops appropriate training programs and practice sessions.
- Ensure the proper cleaning, storage and maintenance of all athletic equipment and uniforms are adhered to in conjunction with the Head Coach and Athletic Director.
- Travels with student-athletes on the team bus both to and from games.
- Demonstrates knowledge of strategies and rules of applicable sport.
- Adheres to all financial policies of the district in the regards to the collection, disbursement of money, expenses and receipts.
- Works with the Head Coach, Athletic Trainer(s) and completes injury reports for any student injured within 24 hours even if the athlete does not see a physician.
- Proven ability to advocate the importance of education and school community.
- Successful previous experience as a player or coach.
- Applicable sport coaching experience - preferred.
- Valid Driver’s License - required.
- First Aid/CPR - required.
- MIAA Coaches Certification - preferred.
An Equal Opportunity Employer The Haverhill Public Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is in compliance with Federal regulations prohibiting discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, or disability.