Varsity Head Coach
The Varsity Head coach supervises the specific sport’s entire program, including Junior Varsity. All aspects of the program are to be conducted according to the principles of the CIF-James Logan High School Code of conduct for Inter-scholastic coaches regarding trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and good citizenship.
- Personnel – Adult: Oversight of all paid and volunteer coaches to ensure adherence with Code of conduct for Interscholastic Coaches; participate in hiring and evaluation of coaches in coordination with Athletic director and site administration
- Personnel – Student: Select players through fair tryout system, manage team preparation according to sport, its rules and capabilities of the athletes; work with the Athletic Director and relevant school personnel to monitor student grades and attendance to ensure continued eligibility
- Scheduling: Responsible for practice and competition scheduling in coordination with Athletic Director; games and practices schedule at least 5 days per week- head coach on-time attendance is expected at all practices and competitions.
- Fiscal: All fundraising is to be coordinated with the Athletic Director and all deposits and expenditures must be made through either the Athletic Booster organization or Associated Student Body accounts.
- Meeting & Rules: All head coaches must attend pre-and post-season league meetings. Must have working knowledge of CIF/NCS/BSAL/NFHS and James Logan High School rules that are relevant to their sport.
- Communication – coaches are expected to respond to email and phone communication in a timely and professional fashion
Licenses and Other Requirements
- Current American Red Cross or American Heart Association First Aid, CPR, AED (Automated External Defibrillators), Sudden Cardiac Arrest and Concussion certificates (current through end of season)
- Must show proof of passing ASEP/NFHS Fundamentals of coaching Principles course
- Current (through end of season) Activity Supervisor Clearance Certificate or Certificate of Clearance (DOJ/FBI Clearance)
Demonstrated Knowledge and Abilities
- Techniques used in guiding, motivating and supervising students
- Skills utilized to maintain positive relationships with students and other adults
- District and school rules and regulations.
- Supervise an assigned campus area
- Speak clearly, provide information in an understandable manner and give directions to others
- Establish and maintain effective working relations with staff, students, and parents
- Assure student compliance with the policies and procedures of the school and District
- Observe situations and accurately determine an effective course of action
- Inside and outdoor environment
- Driving a vehicle to conduct practice