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Varsity Rugby Coordinator Coach, Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD)
Varsity Rugby Head Coach, Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD)
Varsity Track & Field Coordinator Coach, Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD)
Varsity Track & Field Head Coach, Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD)

Varsity Rugby Coordinator Coach

Department: Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD)
Job Number: OT-141106104727
Date Posted: 11/6/2014
Status: Accepting applications
PRIMARY FUNCTION:

To support the Head Coach with coaching and all assigned duties in providing direction and developing an exemplary rugby program that will effectively provide the best possible education for each student-athlete.

Responsibilities:
PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
• Professional Performance:
o To comply with school policies and regulations
o To comply with District of Columbia State Athletic Association (DCSAA) policies and regulations
o To comply with National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) policies and regulations
o To work cooperatively with all school personnel
o To relate positively to parents and other community representatives
o To seek on-going professional growth opportunities
o To adhere to established deadlines for reports and other paperwork
o To participate in school and community events
o To maintain materials, equipment and facilities
o To maintain a neat, safe environment for student-athletes committed to the coach's care
o To demonstrate command of American Sign Language

• Instructional Performance
o Interpersonal Relations
 To practice and promote positive interaction with and among student-athletes, the school and community
 To demonstrate enthusiasm for coaching and learning
 To demonstrate an interest in student-athletes and the overall athletic program
 To encourage self-direction and self-motivation in students
 To create clearly defined standards of behavior and academic performance
o Subject Matter
 To demonstrate knowledge of the area being coached
 To adjust instruction of strategy and fundamentals in various settings
o Planning/Materials
 To maintain an organized rugby program based on effective long range plans
 To exhibit evidence of effective planning and organization
 To lead fundraising efforts for the team
o Techniques/Delivery
 To communicate fundamental coaching expectation and their importance to students
 To use appropriate and varied coaching techniques and learning activities
 To maintain an effective system of monitoring and communicating student progress
o Program Management
 To maintain discipline appropriate to a learning environment
 To use positive reinforcement and constructive criticism to maintain good

Requirements:
QUALIFICATIONS
• Coaching experience required (significant playing experience may be considered)
• Must have or obtain First Aid and CPR certification within one (1) month of employment
• Must have or obtain NFHS coaching certifications within six (6) months of employment

REPORTS TO
• Head Coach and Athletic Director

Salary/Compensation:
SEASON
Start August 1 to July 30 of an academic year

DEADLINE TO APPLY:
January 2, 2015

Application Information:
APPLICATION INFORMATION
• Completed Gallaudet University Application Form (www.gallaudet.edu (click "employment")
• Up-to-date resume
• Current and signed recommendation letter by a former supervisor or employer
• Name, address and phone number (and/or an email address) of two references.

Coaches hired must undergo and pay for a background investigation if selected for the job and must be cleared before starting first day on the job. Current fee for the investigation is $35.50 and fee can be higher if you are from out of state.

If you have any questions, please contact Yvonne Catt, Administration & Operations Specialist, Yvonne.Catt@gallaudet.edu

** Athletic Department does not accept any applications.

Varsity Rugby Head Coach

Department: Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD)
Job Number: OT-141106104100
Date Posted: 11/6/2014
Status: Accepting applications
To develop and implement an exemplary rugby program that will effectively provide the best possible education for each student-athlete.
Responsibilities:
PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
• Professional Performance
o To comply with school policies and regulations
o To comply with District of Columbia State Athletic Association (DCSAA) policies and regulations
o To comply with National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) policies and regulations
o To work cooperatively with all school personnel
o To relate positively to parents and other community representatives
o To seek on-going professional growth opportunities
o To adhere to established deadlines for reports and other paperwork
o To participate in school and community events
o To maintain materials, equipment and facilities
o To maintain a neat, safe environment for student-athletes committed to the coach's care
o To supervise assistant coaches
o To demonstrate command of American Sign Language

• Instructional Performance
o Interpersonal Relations
 To practice and promote positive interaction with and among student-athletes, the school and community
 To demonstrate enthusiasm for coaching and learning
 To demonstrate an interest in student-athletes and the overall athletic program
 To encourage self-direction and self-motivation in students
 To create clearly defined standards of behavior and academic performance
 To foster strong working relationships among coaching staff
o Subject Matter
 To demonstrate knowledge of the area being coached
 To adjust instruction of strategy and fundamentals in various settings
o Planning/Materials
 To maintain an organized rugby program based on effective long range plans
 To exhibit evidence of effective planning and organization
 To lead fundraising efforts for the team
o Techniques/Delivery
 To communicate fundamental coaching expectation and their importance to students
 To use appropriate and varied coaching techniques and learning activities
 To maintain an effective system of monitoring and communicating student progress
o Program Management
 To maintain discipline appropriate to a learning environment
 To use positive reinforcement and constructive criticism to maintain good student discipline

Requirements:
QUALIFICATIONS
• Coaching experience required (significant playing experience may be considered)
• Must have or obtain First Aid and CPR certification within one (1) month of employment
• Must have or obtain NFHS coaching certifications within six (6) months of employment

REPORTS TO

• Athletic Director

Salary/Compensation:
SEASON:
Start August 1 to July 30 of an academic year

DEADLINE TO APPLY:
January 2, 2015

Application Information:
APPLICATION INFORMATION:

• Completed Gallaudet University Application Form (www.gallaudet.edu (click "employment")
• Up-to-date resume
• Current and signed recommendation letter by a former supervisor or employer
• Name, address and phone number (and/or an email address) of two references.

Coaches hired must undergo and pay for a background investigation if selected for the job and must be cleared before starting first day on the job. Current fee for the investigation is $35.50 and fee can be higher if you are from out of state.

If you have any questions, please contact Yvonne Catt, Administration & Operations Specialist, Yvonne.Catt@gallaudet.edu

** Athletic Department does not accept any applications.

Varsity Track & Field Coordinator Coach

Department: Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD)
Job Number: OT-141106105512
Date Posted: 11/6/2014
Status: Accepting applications
PRIMARY FUNCTION:

To support the Head Coach with coaching and all assigned duties in providing direction and developing an exemplary track & field program that will effectively provide the best possible education for each student-athlete.

Responsibilities:
PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
• Professional Performance
o To comply with school policies and regulations
o To comply with District of Columbia State Athletic Association (DCSAA) policies and regulations
o To comply with National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) policies and regulations
o To work cooperatively with all school personnel
o To relate positively to parents and other community representatives
o To seek on-going professional growth opportunities
o To adhere to established deadlines for reports and other paperwork
o To participate in school and community events
o To maintain materials, equipment and facilities
o To maintain a neat, safe environment for student-athletes committed to the coach's care
o To demonstrate command of American Sign Language

• Instructional Performance
o Interpersonal Relations
 To practice and promote positive interaction with and among student-athletes, the school and community
 To demonstrate enthusiasm for coaching and learning
 To demonstrate an interest in student-athletes and the overall athletic program
 To encourage self-direction and self-motivation in students
 To create clearly defined standards of behavior and academic performance
o Subject Matter
 To demonstrate knowledge of the area being coached
 To adjust instruction of strategy and fundamentals in various settings
o Planning/Materials
 To maintain an organized track & field program based on effective long range plans
 To exhibit evidence of effective planning and organization
 To lead fundraising efforts for the team
o Techniques/Delivery
 To communicate fundamental coaching expectation and their importance to students
 To use appropriate and varied coaching techniques and learning activities
 To maintain an effective system of monitoring and communicating student progress
o Program Management
 To maintain discipline appropriate to a learning environment
 To use positive reinforcement and constructive criticism to maintain good student discipline

Requirements:
QUALIFICATIONS:
• Coaching experience required (significant playing experience may be considered)
• Must have or obtain First Aid and CPR certification within one (1) month of employment
• Must have or obtain NFHS coaching certifications within six (6) months of employment

REPORTS TO:
• Head Coach and Athletic Director

Salary/Compensation:
SEASON
Start August 1 to July 30 of an academic year

DEADLINE TO APPLY:
January 2, 2015

Application Information:
APPLICATION INFORMATION
• Completed Gallaudet University Application Form (www.gallaudet.edu (click "employment")
• Up-to-date resume
• Current and signed recommendation letter by a former supervisor or employer
• Name, address and phone number (and/or an email address) of two references

Coaches hired must undergo and pay for a background investigation if selected for the job and must be cleared before starting first day on the job. Current fee for the investigation is $35.50 and fee can be higher if you are from out of state.

If you have any questions, please contact Yvonne Catt, Administration & Operations Specialist, Yvonne.Catt@gallaudet.edu

** Athletic Department does not accept any applications.

Varsity Track & Field Head Coach

Department: Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD)
Job Number: OT-141106110147
Date Posted: 11/6/2014
Status: Accepting applications
PRIMARY FUNCTION:

To develop and implement an exemplary track & field program that will effectively provide the best possible education for each student-athlete.

Responsibilities:
PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
• Professional Performance
o To comply with school policies and regulations
o To comply with District of Columbia State Athletic Association (DCSAA) policies and regulations
o To comply with National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) policies and regulations
o To work cooperatively with all school personnel
o To relate positively to parents and other community representatives
o To seek on-going professional growth opportunities
o To adhere to established deadlines for reports and other paperwork
o To participate in school and community events
o To maintain materials, equipment and facilities
o To maintain a neat, safe environment for student-athletes committed to the coach's care
o To supervise assistant coaches
o To demonstrate command of American Sign Language

• Instructional Performance
o Interpersonal Relations
 To practice and promote positive interaction with and among student-athletes, the school and community
 To demonstrate enthusiasm for coaching and learning
 To demonstrate an interest in student-athletes and the overall athletic program
 To encourage self-direction and self-motivation in students
 To create clearly defined standards of behavior and academic performance
 To foster strong working relationships among coaching staff
o Subject Matter
 To demonstrate knowledge of the area being coached
 To adjust instruction of strategy and fundamentals in various settings
o Planning/Materials
 To maintain an organized track & field program based on effective long range plans
 To exhibit evidence of effective planning and organization
 To lead fundraising efforts for the team
o Techniques/Delivery
 To communicate fundamental coaching expectation and their importance to students
 To use appropriate and varied coaching techniques and learning activities
 To maintain an effective system of monitoring and communicating student progress
o Program Management
 To maintain discipline appropriate to a learning environment
 To use positive reinforcement and constructive criticism to maintain good student discipline

Requirements:
QUALIFICATIONS
• Coaching experience required (significant playing experience may be considered)
• Must have or obtain First Aid and CPR certification within one (1) month of employment
• Must have or obtain NFHS coaching certifications within six (6) months of employment

REPORTS TO
• Athletic Director

Salary/Compensation:
SEASON:
Start August 1 to July 30 of an academic year

DEADLINE TO APPLY:
January 2, 2015

Application Information:
APPLICATION INFORMATION
• Completed Gallaudet University Application Form (www.gallaudet.edu (click "employment")
• Up-to-date resume
• Current and signed recommendation letter by a former supervisor or employer
• Name, address and phone number (and/or an email address) of two references

Coaches hired must undergo and pay for a background investigation if selected for the job and must be cleared before starting first day on the job. Current fee for the investigation is $35.50 and fee can be higher if you are from out of state.

If you have any questions, please contact Yvonne Catt, Administration & Operations Specialist, Yvonne.Catt@gallaudet.edu

** Athletic Department does not accept any applications.

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