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Athletic Coach - Head Girls Soccer, Darnell-Cookman Middle (24-25)

Duval County Public Schools
Jacksonville, FL, US
$1,890.00 / Supplement

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Job Summary:

Responsible for all matters pertaining to the organization and efficient administration of the high school athletic program that promotes all athletes of both genders, under the purview of the school principal, and enforces all rules of the FHSAA and the Conference.

Essential Functions
  1. Coordinate the scheduling of all athletic events with head coaches and principal related to tryouts, practice, games, team meetings, facilities, and intramurals.
  2. Provide direction and support of an efficient, effective, safe athletic program ensuring that teams are always supervised including locker room supervision.
  3. Maintain an accurate squad roster for all teams at all times in compliance with all FHSAA bylaws and policies regarding eligibility, gender equity, and Title IX compliance.
  4. Establish physical examinations and verify that no candidate is issued equipment or allowed to practice until the Duval County Public Schools Athletic Health Examination Form is completed in full and signed by parent/guardian and physician.
  5. Develop and administer the athletic budget including inventory, equipment inspection and purchasing of all uniforms and equipment.
  6. Announce and enforce rules pertaining to conditioning of players and training rules affecting the health and safety of the player ascertaining that the Duval County School Board Student and Parent Athletic Participation Warning Form and the Duval County Sportsmanship Contract are on file for all team members.
  7. Report injuries of participants to your school's head athletic trainer. Following injuries that result in time loss and physician evaluation, the head athletic trainer will secure the signed approval for return from the doctor and parents before the student is allowed to resume participation in athletic activities. The head coach will be notified of the students return to play status by the head athletic trainer.
  8. Coordinate, maintain and improve athletic facilities including the preparation of sites for athletic contests.
  9. Oversee game preparation including crowd control, security, and police assignment with principal prior to event, recruitment of facility support and appropriate payments.
  10. Assist with recruitment, interviews, recommendations, and conduct coach meetings to discuss rules and regulations from FHSAA, Conference, and State, as well as direct the activities of Assistant Athletic Director.
  11. Support and be an active participant in striving to improve the athletic program as well as the total educational program of the schools including representing the school's athletic program at all required meetings (conference, Athletic Directors, FHSAA).
  12. Direct and supervise fund raising activities including coordinator and oversight of all booster clubs.
  13. Any other duties as assigned by the principal and/or district athletic director.
  14. Develop policies for awards and coordinate with coaches the presentation of team awards.


Education: Bachelor's Degree

Experience: Previous experience preferred as an athletic coach or in the coaching arena

Certifications & Licenses: Florida teaching certification required. Be certified to coach in the Duval County School District. Certification includes:
1) Possess a current CPR and Standard First Aid Card.
2) Pass National Federation Sport specific rules test and FHSAA bylaws exam.
3) Attend one in-service session under the auspices of the County Director for Athletics.

NOTE: Annual supplement positions are reserved for full-time Certificated Instructional 10-month teachers.

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$1,890.00 / Supplement
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Duval County Public Schools in Jacksonville, Florida is the 22nd largest school district in the nation and the sixth largest school district in Florida. The district is committed to ensuring that students are prepared for success in college or a career, and life. In addition, the district will make sure its mission of providing educational excellence is reflected in every school, in every classroom, for every student, every day.


DCPS currently serves approximately 128,000 students in grades Pre K-12 and operates 163 schools. In addition to its traditional, comprehensive schools, DCPS is known for its diverse magnet schools and themes and nationally recognized high school programs that include rich acceleration and vocational programing.

DCPS offers a competitive salary schedule and generous supplements for select hard to staff subject areas. Our starting teacher salary is the highest in the Northeast Florida region! Annual teacher salaries range from $39,500 –$73,000 based on degree and experience.

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