The Drew School, a member of the Bay Area Conference, invites applications for the Girls JV Volleyball Head Coach position. Drew School seeks a candidate whose experience will contribute to the School's commitment to diversity and inclusiveness.
Please note, this position is temporary/seasonal. This position will be starting in August 2023.
The Girls JV Volleyball Head Coach is responsible for carrying out coaching and administrative duties for the volleyball program including:
Prepare and organize practice sessions
Develop individual skills required to play the sport of volleyball
Develop team strategies and tactics
Communicating with players, parents, and administration
Drive school vehicles
Serve as a mentor to student-athletes helping them develop academically, physically, and socially
Performing related duties as assigned
Valid California driver's license
Fingerprinting verification (Drew reimburses this cost to selected candidates)
CPR and First Aid certification, or the willingness to become certified.
ASEP or NFHS Coaching Certification-mandated by the state for all high school coaches. Drew will coordinate this for any selected candidates who do not have the certification.
Must be available during after-school hours weekdays, between 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. and weekends as scheduled.
Pay: Stipend of $4,500 for the season
About Drew Athletics
Drew athletes find their voice by building a commitment to competition, athleticism, fitness, and teamwork that helps bolster confidence, leadership, and school spirit. The athletic program provides student-athletes with opportunities to achieve athletic excellence and learn vital team-building skills. All students are encouraged to join a team and get involved in athletics at Drew, regardless of their background or skill level.
Drew is a coeducational independent high school enrolling 300 students, competing in the Bay Area Conference and a member of the CIF and NCS. Drew is an equal opportunity employer.
Located in the heart of San Francisco’s vibrant Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood, Drew School is an independent high school enrolling 280 students in grades 9 through 12. Drew’s mission speaks to a fundamental belief in teenagers that truly sets the school apart. We recognize and honor their innate gifts, talents and curiosity, and strive to develop all of them as they construct a deeper sense of self and purpose. In service of the mission, we are committed to delivering on the three essential aspects of what we believe high school should be:
Drew connects what students learn to what’s important to them and how to apply that learning to impact the world in a supportive environment that will not just prepare them for college but will equip them with the skills and competencies required of a 21st century global citizen. Our work around anti-racism, equity and inclusion is central to our focus in building the multicultural competencies and empathy to help build a more just world.
Drew becomes a second home for our students where they will explore their independence and feel safe and validated in a welcoming, energetic and diverse community that celebr...ates their individuality and interests.
Drew’s faculty and staff see each student as the individual they are and encourage them to not just use but to amplify their distinct voice as they discover a newfound sense of agency to use what they learn in their life.