Coach - Head Track - Boys
Brandywine School District - Claymont, DE

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To instruct athletes in the fundamental skills, strategy and physical training necessary for them to realize a degree of individual and team success. At the same time, the student shall receive instruction that will lead to the formulation of moral values, pride of accomplishment, acceptable social behavior, self-discipline and self-confidence.

Job Qualifications:

1. Certificated and/or professionally licensed non-administrative employee of the Brandywine School District preferred.

2. The ability to organize and supervise a total sports program.

3. Previous successful coaching experience in Track and Field.

4. Must have substantial knowledge of the technical aspects of Track and Field and be willing to continue to examine new theories and procedures pertinent to Track and Field.

Essential Functions:

1. Full responsibility for the overall supervision of his/her program.

2. Responsible for knowing, understanding, and implementing the DIAA rules and any supple­mentary rules imposed by the school and attending the mandatory rules clinic and coaches meetings. Must be certified in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).

3. Responsible for verifying each athlete's academic and medical eligibility.

4. Supervise and conduct practices and contests in a safe manner.

5. Supervise all athletes after practices and games/contests until they leave the school grounds.

6. Maintain a professional appearance.

7. Manage uniforms, equipment, and facilities in a responsible manner

- return them in good condition minus normal wear and tear and notify the Athletic Director immediately of any defective or damaged equipment. 8. Notify the Athletic Director of annual budgetary needs.

9. Work toward building and teaching good sportsmanship, cooperative work ethic, and responsibility.

10. Work toward developing good public relations with the parents, school, booster club, and community.

11. Communicate with the Athletic Director, administrators, assistant coaches, players, and parents.

12. Direct injured athletes to the nurse and report injuries to the nurse.

13. Administrative Duties:

a. Provide team rules and practice schedules to athletes, parents, and Athletic Director.

b. Submit an eligibility report and keep emergency cards on athletes with you at all times.

c. Have accurate rosters available for the Athletic Director, newspaper, school, and parents.

d. Adhere to the DIAA state tournament manual deadlines.

e. Submit an end of the year report to include:

(1) Team records, standings, and individual awards.

(2) Uniform and equipment inventory.

(3) Obligations for lost or missing uniforms and equipment.

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