HS & JH Cheer Coach
List Job Duties: • Observe cheerleaders during events and practices to determine the needs for individual or team improvement. • Establish and maintain standards of student behavior and provide proper supervision during practices and events. • Follow established procedures in the event of an emergency according to state, regional, and school procedure. • Model sports-like behavior and maintain appropriate conduct towards cheerleaders, officials and spectators. • Adhere to ALA faculty dress code policies at all practices and events. • Act as a team representative and promote cheerleading by communicating with ALA Head Coach, Athletic Director and administration as needed. • Follow established procedure for supplies and uniforms. • Work with Head Coach to develop a policy for awards and submit a list of award winners at the end of the season. • Work with other cheer coaches. • Participate in special activities to include Parent meetings, banquets, and rallies. • Model nondiscriminatory practices in all activities. • Obtain advance approval from Head coach for all activities, practices and performances.
Essential Functions: • Work with cheerleaders during practices and Games. • Help Head coach with choreography as directed. • Help Head coach with practices as directed. • Attend assigned football games where cheerleaders are performing, assigned rallies, and all other cheer events where needed. • Work with Head coach to assess skills and assign team positions. • Work with Head coach to Instruct cheerleaders regarding the rules, regulations, equipment, and techniques of the sport.
Non-Essential Functions: • Attend clinics and other professional activities to improve coaching performance. • Perform any other related duties as assigned by the Head Cheer coach, Athletic Director or other appropriate administrators.
Knowledge and Skills: • Knowledge of basic first aid. • Current CPR certification. • Must possess effective coaching techniques and skills. • Must possess a thorough knowledge of the rules, regulations, strategies, techniques of the sport. • Must possess the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with school administrators, parents and students. • Must possess proper certification from the American Association of Cheerleading Coaches and Administrators (AACCA).
Fiscal Responsibilities: (Budget responsibilities, approval privileges, reporting and auditing) • No fiscal responsibilities.
Working Conditions and Environment: • Work is performed in an athletic environment. Evening hours are often necessary. This position travels to games and events.
Pay/pay schedule • $2500 for first year coaching. Distribution of pay: $1250.00 after football season, and $1250.00 after basketball season.