Girls' Track & Field Jump Coach
Posted on Dec 12, 2018 by Fargo Public Schools
- Girls' Track & Field Jump Coach JobID: 2770
- Position Type:
Athletics/Activities/ Coach - Athletics
- Date Posted:
Davies High School
- Fargo, ND
POSITION: Girls' Track & Field Jump Coach - Davies High School
TERM: 2 Spring Season
- Candidate can provide evidence of possessing the ability to positively lead, teach and motivate high school students
- Candidate possesses a superior knowledge of the fundamentals, strategies, and teaching points associated with the sport of track & field
- Candidate understands and promotes the role of education-based athletics within the overall educational experience
- Candidate can articulate a program purpose statement which describes the benefits of participation within the program
- Candidate possesses the ability to clearly and effectively communicate with a variety of program stakeholders
SALARY: Co-Curricular Salary Schedule: Base salary plus experience and length of season
DEADLINE: Until Filled
External applicants are eligible for ND Veterans' Preference
(North Dakota veterans claiming preference must submit all proof of eligibility by the closing date.
Proof of eligibility includes a DD-214 and if claiming disabled status, a current letter of disability.)
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