In an authentically diverse community reflective of Los Angeles, New Roads prepares young people for life by developing in them a personal dedication to learning, a respect for independent thinking, an expanding curiosity about the world and its people, and a commitment to the common good.
New Roads School is seeking a skilled and motivated coach to assist New Roads students in reaching their highest potential. A coach who will put our students first, strive to educate the whole person, and make a difference in their lives. Responsibilities for this position include planning, organizing, and delivering appropriate coaching and providing guidance to student-athletes so that they might achieve a high level of skill and an appreciation for discipline, sportsmanship, and teamwork in the sport of Girls Volleyball.
Practice Begins: May 2022
Regular Season Ends: October 15, 2022
CIF Playoffs: CIF-SS playoffs begin October 17 and continue to CIF State Championship on November 19.
Establish and maintain open, professional, and respectful communications with students, parents, teachers, and the athletics department.
Coaches will assist all individuals in their sport to grow socially and emotionally through positive feedback and timely and sensitive communication.
Ensure that all coaches work together toward a common goal within their respected programs.
Coaches must keep informed and up to date on CIF and Coastal League rules.
Coaches will attempt to promote school spirit, team spirit, and cohesiveness.
A clear commitment to the educational philosophy of the school
Previous experience playing the sport of Volleyball at a high school varsity, AAU, collegiate or professional level.
Demonstrated and in-depth, fundamental knowledge of applicable rules and standards of the sport of volleyball
Ability to increase students’ understanding of game strategy and develop players’ individual areas of growth.
Demonstrate the highest level of character and professionalism with excellent ethics
Demonstrated interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with all athletic participants.
Demonstrated ability to successfully collaborate with a broad and diverse school community
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Demonstrated excellent attendance and punctuality
Applicants must submit a COVID19 vaccine card and agree to weekly COVID-19 testing
A clean driving record and valid California driver’s license. Will be subject to clearance through the California Motor Vehicles Report (MVR) and the standards for driving set by SHS insurance underwriters.
Employees are required to be fully vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19, no later than the first date of work, as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), and/or the Los Angeles County Public Health Department, unless employee requests and the School grants an exemption or accommodation for a disability or sincerely held religious belief.
High School diploma or GED equivalent or higher education preferred
Previous high school or college coaching experience is preferred
CPR/First Aid certification (or willingness to gain proficiency)