Job Title :

Athletic Coach (Certified CCPS Employee) Head Boys' Basketball



Role Description:

Has oversight or assists the Head Coach in the effective delivery of sports / activity coaching to K-12 secondary school age children. Provides sports activity supervision, training and coaching to student athletes or as assigned by the Head Coach. Develops individuals according to their abilities and encourages them to sustain activity levels. Delivers core movement and sport specific skills training. Assistant Coach position reports to Head Coach. Head Coach position reports to the School Site Athletic Director.

Instructs and coaches K-12 students on the fundamentals of sports. Works with the coaching staff with setting rules, policies and regulations for the team.
Has oversight or assists Head Coach in proper registration of athletes. Has oversight or assists Head Coach in making systematic issuance of equipment. Has oversight or assists Head Coach with coordinating and monitoring try-outs.
Has oversight or assists Head Coach with coordinating and supervising practice schedule. Has oversight or assists in the supervisory control over athletes and teams assigned.
Guides and encourages secondary school age student athletes to make appropriate decisions about further participation in sport (s) at a level appropriate to their ability.
Works closely with other staff to coordinate completion and opportunities. Initiates where appropriate.
Works with other partners to help monitor the impact of delivery and healthy lifestyles.
All other duties as assigned and required in order to perform the above services.

Necessary qualifications:

State of Georgia Teaching Certificate T-4 to T-7

Experience in coaching or playing the sport preferred. Experience with inventory of equipment and scheduling preferred.

Ability to manage projects and tasks with minimal supervision. Ability to effectively manage time and priorities. Strong teamwork and communication skills.

Analytical; emphasize safety precautions; be aware of best training procedures and injury preventative actions.

Requires regular, frequent contact with internal and external personnel and decision-making responsibility to discuss issues of moderate im