Head Coach Baseball CCHS

Carroll County Schools
Job Description
Extra Duty
TITLE: Head Coach ? Baseball
QUALIFICATIONS: Holds a valid Kentucky teaching certificate; or
Holds a Bachelor's degree or higher; or
Have a minimum of 64 semester hours with 2.5 grade point
average and be at least 21 years of age
Has the ability to work well with students
Has the ability to communicate effectively with students, faculty, parents, media and the community
Holds a Kentucky coaches education program certification
REPORTS TO: Athletic Director and Principal
JOB GOAL: Administers and implements a sound athletic program in
the specific sport. The coach has the responsibility to
instruct athletes under their direction in the fundamental
skills and strategy and physical training necessary for them
to realize some degree of individual and team success. The
coach must teach sound social behavior and endeavor to
promote good public relations.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Promotes all sports in the school and community.
Assists the athletic director and Principal in planning the
athletic program.
Responsible for overseeing athletic budget of this particular
Schedules, organizes and supervises all practices.
Supervises, organizes, coordinates and supports assistant
coaches. Makes staff recommendations to Principal and
athletic director.
Recommends equipment to be purchased to the athletic
Maintains an inventory of all equipment.
Assumes responsibility for teaching individual fundamental
skills, team play, team strategy, and rules and regulations of
the game.
Selects squad members, provides team discipline, morale,
leadership, and supervision during contests.
Sets an example of self-control and good sportsmanship for
players, students, and school patrons.
Check eligibility of participants, insurance coverage and
parents' consent.
Keeps informed of the rules and regulation as established
by the athletic director.
Duties may include performance of health services, for
which training will be provided.
Performs other duties as assigned by the Principal.

Don't Be Fooled

The fraudster will send a check to the victim who has accepted a job. The check can be for multiple reasons such as signing bonus, supplies, etc. The victim will be instructed to deposit the check and use the money for any of these reasons and then instructed to send the remaining funds to the fraudster. The check will bounce and the victim is left responsible.

More Jobs

Varsity Boys Tennis Head Coach
Louisville, KY Christian Academy School System
Middle School GirlsGolf Head Coach- English St...
Louisville, KY Christian Academy School System
Middle School Girls Soccer Head Coach
Louisville, KY Christian Academy School System
Middle School Boys Lacrosse Head Coach
Louisville, KY Christian Academy School System
Varsity Bowling Head Coach
Louisville, KY Christian Academy School System