A Head Coach must first and foremost be a positive role model who enjoys being with, and providing guidance to children. A head coach should possess mastery of his/her respective sport; have an established, successful methodology and be able to assess athlete skill levels, address areas of improvement and establish individual goals for athletes. A Head Coach should be patient, compassionate, and approachable, serving as a mentor for all staff on campus.
- Care for the physical and emotional needs of each athlete.
- Conduct skill evaluations and assist athletes in setting individual goals.
- Complete end of session written evaluations for each athlete.
- In partnership with Athletic Director establish and execute skill development curriculum.
- Provide encouragement and positive, constructive feedback to athletes.
- Partner with coaches in day-to-day supervision and instruction of athletes.
- Be involved in daily lives of athletes and coaches; update directors with concerns on a consistent basis, seeking guidance when necessary.
- Participate in all-camp programs such as Color Wars and the 5K Run.
- Supervise camper electives and other recreational activities.
An equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, gender identity, marital or veteran status, or any other protected class.