Varsity Boys Soccer Coach
FRASER PUBLIC SCHOOLS
TITLE: VARSITY BOYS SOCCER COACH
- Two or more years of coaching experience at varsity or sub varsity level or applicable other soccer experience. Must have MHSAA CAP Certification or willing to obtain it.
- Knowledge of teaching skills in a safe environment – CPR/First Aid Certification
- Proven leadership skills.
- Communicative with students – staff – parents.
- Team player.
- Ability to perform at a high energy level.
- Detail oriented.
REPORTS TO: Fraser Public School Athletic Director and Fraser High School Principal
SUPERVISES: Student athletes within the Boys Soccer program and coaching staff.
- Team development and retention of student athletes within the program.
- The direction and leadership of the entire girls soccer program for Fraser student-athletes grades 9 through 12.
- Training and development of coaching staff at all levels.
- Management of facilities and equipment inventories.
- Establishing, directing, supervising and evaluating all aspects of the entire boys soccer program at FHS.
- Shall, except in emergencies, attend all events and functions associated directly with their teams.
- Establish a sense of direction for the student athletes while participating in the soccer program.
- Support the line of communication with all coaches within the soccer program.
- Promote and project leadership qualities for our student-athletes.
- Is a role model of coaching for our staff, parents, community and students.
- Contribute to the standards of all academic, athletic and extra-curricular programs.
- Follows and adheres to and the Fraser Athletic Code of Conduct.
- Attend the pre-season, post-season and year-end meeting the Athletic Director requires.
- Turn in all forms that are needed by the Athletic Department in a timely manner.
- Assist with fundraising activities of the FHS/RMS Athletic Booster Club.
- Perform any other functions that the Athletic Director deems necessary.
Other Leadership Areas:
- Direct the supervision/discipline of our athletes at practice, to and from contests, at other schools or locations.
- Work closely with the Certified Athletic Trainer, especially in the areas of injury prevention, injury management, and emergency action plans.
- Assist in the organization all practices and has written daily practice plans.
- Regularly communicate with parents and staff.
- Assist in the annual review of team rules and the enforcement of such rules.
- Maintain team concept throughout the entire year.
- Is a purveyor of exceptional sportsmanship and is reflected by the team.
- Comply with the rules and objectives of the MHSAA and remains current in the knowledge of their programs.
- Promptly turn in all forms as required by the athletic office.
Training and Development:
- All staff members utilize the same “core” of team rules.
- Each coach is responsible for rules of MHSAA, School Eligibility and common sense.
- Use the varsity soccer’s terminology and method of teaching when teaching specific soccer skills.
- Must have CPR/First Aid Certification (must be kept up to date)
- Must complete or have earned MHSAA CAP Certification (coaches program) prior to start of 2018-2019 soccer season
Facility and Equipment Management:
- Inventory, audit, record keeping, and distribution (as necessary) of all uniforms and equipment.
- Performs regular “walk through” of facilities and equipment areas to monitor for up-keep and safety.
- Directs staff as to transportation needs and departure times requested.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Through the sport season as determined by the Program Director/Administration.
EVALUATION: The position will be evaluated yearly by the Fraser Public Schools Athletic Director and Fraser High School Principal.
This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee. He or she will be required to follow any other instructions and to perform any duties requested by his or her management that generally fit into the job expectations.
Essential Functions of the job as per the Americans with Disability Act (ADA)
FRASER PUBLIC SCHOOLS DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OR RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX. AGE, HEIGHT, WEIGHT, RELIGION, MARITAL STATUS, OR DISABILITY IN ITS PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES. THE FOLLOWING PERSON HAS BEEN DESIGNATED TO HANDLE INQUIRIES REGARDING THE NONDISCRIMINATION POLICIES: DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES, 33466 GARFIELD, FRASER, MI 48026 (586) 439.7000.
Revision Date 9/18/2017