Terms of Employment: High School Girls Soccer season
Desirable Position Criteria
- Valid Iowa coaching endorsement or authorization, required
- Demonstrate aptitude for performing tasks listed
- Exhibit high moral values and be able to serve as a favorable example to young people
- Formulate objectives for the sport season as it would pertain to player personnel and assistant coaching responsibilities.
- Keep abreast of new ideas and techniques by attending clinics and workshops, reading in the field and encouraging assistant coaches to do the same.
- Be knowledgeable of rules and regulations concerning his/her sport and changes which occur.
- Inventory, selection, care and maintenance of equipment.
- Assist athletic director with proper registration of all athletes at beginning of the season.
- Collect necessary fees and turn in to the athletic director immediately.
- Assist athletic director in compiling eligibility lists and other reports.
- Arrange for systematic issuance of school equipment.
- Make sure all athletes have physicals.
- Assume supervisory control over all phases of teams in the program.
- Organize and schedule practice sessions on a regular basis with the idea of developing the athlete's greatest potential.
- Apply discipline in a firm and positive manner.
- See that facility regulations are understood and enforced.
- Conduct oneself and teams in an ethical manner during practice and in contests.
- Report outcomes of contests to the media.
- Adhere to the rules and regulations of the district regarding school bus transportation.
- Directly supervise, or designate a supervisor, of all dressing rooms and lock up facilities at the close of each practice or contest.
- Accompany the varsity team to all interscholastic away activities and the first in attendance at home events.
- Designate one or more assistant coaches to be responsible for the junior varsity teams.
- Recommend those student athletes who have fulfilled requirements for athletic letters, certificates or special awards.
- Recommend additions and/or improvements for the care and maintenance of facilities.
- Work cooperatively with athletic director in recommendations for upcoming contest schedules.
- Maintain records of team and individual accomplishments and submit a copy to the athletic director.
It is the policy of the Waukee Community School District not to illegally discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, religion, creed, age (for employment), marital status (for programs), genetic information (for employment), sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status (for programs) in its educational programs and its employment practices. There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination. If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Mr. Duane Magee, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, 560 SE University Avenue, Waukee, IA 50263. Phone number: 515-987-5161. Email: email@example.com; or to the Director of the Iowa Civil Rights Commission, Des Moines, Iowa; or to the Director of the Region VII Office of Civil Rights, Department of Education, Chicago, Illinois. The Waukee Community School District complaint procedure in its entirety is located in the Board of Directors' Policy Manual. Procedures for staff are outlined in Board policy 405.5. Procedures for parents, students and community members are referred to in Board policy 502.9 and 1003.3. Copies of the Policy Manual are located in each Principal's office, the Administrative Office, the Waukee Public Library and the District's website, http://www.waukee.k12.ia.us.