Coach - Football Varsity (Head Coach), Sherwood High School
Montgomery County Public Schools - Rockville, MD

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MCPS Official Job Description

Details on the hours and compensation for this coaching position can be found in the most recent copy of the "

Extracurricular Activities (ECA) Handbook

" which is located on the MCPS website.

http://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/staff/

Additional information on extracurricular stipends can be found in the MCEA Contract under article 20.

http://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/uploadedFiles/departments/associationrelations/teachers/MCEA_Contract.pdf

The hourly rate for the stipend program is $14.00 as of July 1, 2010.

Description of Activity:
The coach is responsible for implementing the entire program including implementing the rules of the sport, MPSSAA, and MCPSSAA. The coach is expected to keep in regular contact and communication with the athletic director. In addition, other duties shall include, but not be

limited to, completing pre and postseason inventories of equipment and uniforms, attending pre and postseason meetings as scheduled by the director of system-wide athletics, submitting rosters, medical forms, parent permission forms, practice schedules and scrimmages to the athletic director, verifying eligibility, monitoring team members' academic and attendance records, establishing and handing out written criteria for selecting team members and earning athletic awards, reporting scores to the MCPS sports director and MPSSAA regional tournament directors, communicating with MPSSAA tournament directors, notifying the media of scores/results, participating in awards and school recognition programs, assisting student athletes interested in furthering education and athletic opportunities, reporting unsafe practice or game facilities, maintaining team and individual statistics, providing locker room supervision before and after practice and games, establishing rules of conduct and sportsmanship for the team members and the coaching staff, being sure all athletes are treated fairly and equitably, and being involved in the total school program. The coach is also responsible for the assignments listed below: (Note: Coaches of this activity are eligible for preseason and postseason compensation. See guidelines in front of this handbook.)

Pre and postseason coaches' meetings scheduled by the director of system-wide athletics = 5.0 hours

Length of season: mid August - early November

8 August practices @ 3.5 hours = 28.0 hours

53 practices @ 2.0 hours =106.0 hours

10 contests @ 8.0 hours =80.0 hours

Preparation - Supervision - Transportation

Preseason planning - 34.0 hours (including meeting with athletic director/assistant coaches) = 34.0 hours

Practice planning and preparation - 53 @ .5 hour = 26.5 hours

Each contest preparation - 10 contests @ 1.0 hour = 10.0 hours

Field preparation - 10 home contests @ .5 hour = 5.0 hours

Locker room supervision - 63 days @ 1.0 hour = 63.0 hours

Transportation - 5 away contests @ 1.0 hour = 5.0 hours

Film viewing = 35.0 hours

Postseason requirements (equipment, uniforms, inventory, budget, etc.) = 10.0 hours

Total hours needed for the activity outside of the regular workday 408.0

To be an athletics coach in MCPS, an applicant must be interviewed and hired by the principal or designee at the school where the coaching vacancy exists.

Coaches must be qualified and are hired for one season.

Schools must hire qualified MCPS teachers or professional certified educators to coaching positions, if available.

Emergency coaches may be hired if no qualified MCPS teacher or professional certified educator is available.

To be a certified coach, an applicant must:
Be an MCPS teacher or professional certified educator employed by MCPS

Have completed or be enrolled in the two credit MCPS course "

Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries, Coaching Fundamentals and CPR/AED"

which is offered periodically through the MCPS Athletics Unit

Complete/submit the on-line MCPS Application

To coach as a Level I Emergency Coach, an applicant must:
Be a certified teacher (though not employed by MCPS)

Have completed the two credit MCPS course "

Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries, Coaching Fundamentals and CPR/AED"

which is offered periodically through the MCPS Athletics Unit

Complete/submit the on-line MCPS Application

To coach as a Level II Emergency Coach, an applicant must:
Be a high school graduate

Be at least 21 years of age

Have completed the two credit MCPS course "

Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries, Coaching Fundamentals and CPR/AED"

which is offered periodically through the MCPS Athletics Unit

Complete/submit the on-line MCPS Application

Job

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Coaches and other part-time

Organization

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Sherwood High School

Primary Location

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Olney

Schedule

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Part-time

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.000 (0 hours bi-weekly)

Working Months

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Job Posting

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Jan 25, 2011

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Ongoing

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