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Upper School Assistant Volleyball Coach
Vail Mountain School is looking for a fun, energetic, experienced individual to join our team as an Upper School Assistant Volleyball Coach. This position requires that the candidate can do just about everything from demonstrating drills to teaching advanced skills.
Specific duties may include
- Demonstrating skills, drills, and exercises during practices.
- Attend all scheduled games.
- Assist Head Coach with tasks as assigned such as: planning, scheduling, training, etc.
- Communicate with players about performance, individualizing training as needed.
- Assist Head Coach with the implementation of training program.
- Keep track of equipment; inventory.
- Other duties as assigned.
- 2 years as Head/Assistant Volleyball Coach or equivalent.
- Direct experience as a participant of high school level athletics or above.
- Strong communication skills.
- Ability to supervise and manage students of varying ages.
- Commitment to fostering a safe, cooperative team environment and abide by VMS athletics standards.
If interested, please send resume, cover letter, and any letters of recommendation to email@example.com with "Upper School Volleyball Coach" as the subject line.
About VMSVail Mountain School is a Kindergarten through 12, co-educational, non-sectarian day school located in the Central Rocky Mountains, 100 miles west of Denver. The school’s primary focus is to provide a rigorous academic setting as preparation for college and for life. Co-curricular programs take full advantage of our location in the resort community of Vail and the White River National Forest. VMS is known for:
- A robust experiential and global education program
- The rigor of a high quality college preparatory curriculum combined with a rapport driven environment that inspires character development
- An unparalleled collaborative relationship with our community and our mountain environment
- The flexibility to support our athletes, thespians, musicians, artists, and diverse learners, in and outside of school
- Ability to plan and implement creative, challenging, hands-on, and engaging lessons.
- Knowledge of effective techniques for classroom management leadership, communication, and diplomacy with parents and colleagues.
- Demonstrated ability to build a supportive and positive learning environment.
- Knowledge of current teaching methodologies, strategies, and research.
- Knowledge of effective use of technology in the classroom.
- Knowledge of differentiation and engagement strategies that support a communicative approach to teaching.
- Knowledge of evaluation and assessment of student progress.
We are an equal opportunity employer and make all employment decisions, including those related to recruitment, hiring, training, promotion, and recognition of individuals on the basis of their ability and job related qualifications and without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other classification proscribed under applicable federal, state, or local law.