Assistant Softball Coach (3 openings)

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Start Date
08/16/2021
Position Areas
Instructional Support

Description

Assistant Girls Softball Coach
Non-contract, no benefits
Paid by Stipend: 
3 Assistant Coaches. Stipend for each coach: $1853

Starting date: July 16, 2021

Contact Information: 

  • Name: Mickelle Bos
  • Phone: 801-610-8160
  • Email: mbos@alpinedistrict.org 

Mountain View High School is a grade 10-12 comprehensive high school serving over 1,300 students. It is currently classified as a 5A school for athletic competition by the UHSAA and is likely to continue as such. 

Job Summary:

The Assistant Girls Softball Coach is responsible for various aspects of the Softball Program, such as recruiting within the school, scheduling opponents (in conjunction with the Athletic Director), and coaching student athletes.
The Asst.Girls Softball Coach is required to abide by the UHSAA rules and regulations as well as the rules and regulations set by the Alpine School District Board and the athletic administration at Mountain View High School. 
Paid by Stipend: 3 Assistant Coaches. Stipend for each coach: $1853

Candidates are desired to have experience and knowledge in coaching at the high school, all-star, and/or college levels.

The mission of the program is to generate school spirit and promote sportsmanship at school athletic and other events. A balanced emphasis is placed on success in competition.

This Asst. Coaching position does not require a teaching certificate.
               
Asst. coach must be able to:
  •      Coordinate team selection/tryouts
  •      Coordinate and run safe and effective practices, caring for the needs of the athletes
  •      Selects and prepares the competition team for local and national competitions
  •      Work, communicate, collaborate effectively with the athletes, staff, parents, administration and support staff in support of the school’s vision for the team
  •      Maintain a positive image for the school, community and team
  •      Engage in school and community events 
  •      Support and motivate student athletes to do their best in academic studies.
  •      Develop sport-specific skills in athletes 
  •      Provide individual instruction/guidance for student athletes in a constructive manner
  •      Adhere to state and NFHS safety guidelines, rules and regulations of the sport/activity
  •      Manage, plan and budget resources in conformity to Alpine School District regulations, policy and procedures (PACE)
  •      Manage, plan and provide fundraising opportunities for the team and individual costs associated with volleyball team (PACE)
  •      Oversee local and extended/out of state trips and events that are beneficial to the team and the school
  •      Maintains team equipment, orders uniforms and gear
  •      Participates in the hiring and instructing of assistant coaches

Mountain View High School Mission:
To help prepare our students for their future by providing the best education possible. We will do this by:
1. Endeavoring to graduate every student.
2. Delivering a college and career readiness education that will prepare our students to take their next step in life.
3. Offering our students opportunities to be involved in co-curricular, extracurricular and other social experiences that provide a balanced education.

Mountain View High School Vision:
1. Engage. Achieve. Contribute.
2. Our vision is to have every student join a club, sports, extra-curricular or co-curricular activity so that they have an engaging high school experience.
3. We want every student to know that they can achieve great things and that they can do difficult things and be successful. Do your best in everything you do at Mountain View, whether in the classroom, onstage or on the field. 
4. We want every student to contribute to the success of others and to add to the legacy of excellence that has come to define Mountain View High School.

Mountain View High School Values/ Beliefs:
We Believe:
1. There is a place for every student.
2. We should focus on what we can control.
3. We can successfully do hard and difficult things.
4. Everyone has a story.
5. We are role models.
6. We instill hope and confidence.
7.  As a community, we help all students succeed and learn at high levels.

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    Alpine School District

    575 N. 100 E , American Fork, UT 84003
     

    At the following locations

    Mountain View

    665 W Center , Orem, UT 84097