The coaching position has a teaching assignment in one of the following disciplines: Kinesiology, Health Education, or Physical Education.
The following is a representation of the duties for this position, it is not meant to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities.
Instruct community college courses in one or more disciplines listed above.
Availability for a teaching assignment which may include days and evenings and delivering instruction utilizing multiple modalities including in-person on campus, online, and hybrid.
Participate in division meetings, other meetings as needed, and serve on campus committees.
Hold five (5) hours per week of scheduled office hour time to meet with students.
Participate in the evaluation of materials and the development of outlines for courses taught.
Participate in program development, professional growth activities, and other professional assignments related to the educational program.
Maintain an inventory of supplies or equipment used.
Complete reports, schedules, and grades within established guidelines.
Organize, direct, and administer all aspects of the women’s soccer program including the recruitment of student athletes, planning and executing practice, coaching and oversight of all games, scheduling athletic contests, arranging transportation, budget maintenance, and initiating and participating in fundraising activities.
Record and compile player statistics and submit required reports.
Work collaboratively with the athletic faculty, staff, and administration.
Instruct related courses in soccer skills and conditioning.
Participate in California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) Compliance trainings.
* Enforce District and CCCAA rules and student requirements.
May work with students whose primary language is not English.
Other duties as assigned.