Presbyterian School is seeking an experienced Coach for the Middle School Boy’s JV Lacrosse for the February - April 2018 season.
A qualified candidate will be skilled in nurturing middle school athletes, value collaboration with colleagues, and be committed to “a higher standard than winning alone”. Demonstrated experience in coaching Lacrosse in a selective independent or public school setting is required. A successful candidate will exhibit strong character and will commit to supporting the mission, programs, and policies of Presbyterian School.
Our philosophical approach to coaching emphasizes fundamentals, physical conditioning, teamwork, and creates a fun environment where sportsmanship is practiced. Lacrosse practice is conducted daily from 3:30 - 5:00 p.m., with supervisory responsibilities lasting until 5:30. There are twelve weeknight games and one weekend tournament in the season.
All Presbyterian School coaches must pass a background check, attend in-house CPR/First Aid classes, and complete an online Child Safety Class. The compensation for the Boy’s JV Lacrosse Coach is in the form of a stipend.
- Lacrosse coaching experience in a selective independent or public school
- Deep understanding and appreciation of the developing athlete
- A positive, solution-focused approach to problems
- Skills to effectively communicate and collaborate with colleagues, parents and students
Click here to apply online. Submit all employment applications, resumes and letters of interest to Marty Durden, Director of Athletics
Presbyterian School seeks to attract qualified candidates from diverse backgrounds to its faculty, staff and student body who are able to support and further the mission of the school. Accordingly, all positions on the faculty and administrative staff will be filled solely on the basis of merit and without reference to the applicant's age, sex, disability, ethnic or national origin. In light of the school's religious nature, it does reserve the right to consider an applicant's or employee's religious beliefs and practices in employment decisions.