St. Andrew’s Episcopal School – Football

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School has a job vacancy for a Boys Football Football Assistant Coach/Offensive Coordinator.

Objective: To support the effective administration and growth of all aspects of the football program, and to foster a dynamic environment that fosters, promotes, and develops an understanding of the relationship of healthy body function and physical fitness.

Additional Teaching or Administrative Responsibilities TBD

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Football Assistant Coach and Offensive Coordinator

Analyze, demonstrate, and explain basic skills, knowledge, and strategies of football.
Instruct student-athletes in the safety practices associated with football.
Develop, organize, and implement the offensive playbook.
Prepare the offensive side of the football team.
Assist with athletic activities, contests, and practice sessions to promote individual growth in athletic skills, teamwork, discipline, respect, and good sportsmanship.
Understand and implement all appropriate rules and regulations according to MHSAA guidelines.
Maintain proper control and discipline in a positive manner by establishing good, wholesome rapport through healthy, professional relationships among students involved in athletic programs.
Monitor and enforce student-athlete eligibility criteria for extracurricular participation.
Instruct student-athletes in the proper care and use of materials and equipment.
Accompany and supervise student-athletes during athletic competitions in football during away games.
Apply and enforce student discipline during athletic contests, practice sessions, and while on trips off school property in accordance with the student handbook.
Encourage sportsmanlike conduct in all phases of athletic participation.

Serve as the official game administrator for various athletic events.
Oversee assigned study halls.
Collaborate with colleagues across the middle and upper schools and athletic department.
Attend and contribute in full, divisional, and departmental faculty meetings.
Take an active role in professional activities and attend relevant professional meetings and conferences.
Stay abreast of the latest advances in physical fitness education and coaching.
Work Environment: Physical demands include:

Ability to demonstrate the appropriate skills and techniques to be used by the students.
Ability to visually monitor students.
Ability to operate fitness equipment.
Ability to perform general maintenance duties on equipment and football and track facilities.
Sitting, standing, lifting and carrying (up to 25 lbs.), reaching, squatting, climbing stairs, kneeling, and moving equipment/boxes (up to 25 lbs.)
Position Type/Expected Hours of Work: This is a full-time position with coaching and teaching or administrative responsibilities from August – May. Travel and occasional weekend and evening work will be required. As with any independent school, faculty and coaches should be ready to chaperone class trips, perform typical day-to-day duties such as lunch and carpool duties, and engage fully in all school events that develop the student.

Bachelor’s degree in physical education or related field required.
Previous football coaching experience required.
First aid, CPR, and AED certifications required.
Coursework/training required by MHSAA.
Represent the school in the larger community in a positive manner that reflects the values of the school.
Ability to interface and maintain effective relationships with students, faculty, administrators, and parents/guardians.
High degree of cultural competency and demonstrated commitment to working with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
Professional written and verbal communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills.
Proficiency in Google Suite required.. Requires . For more information, please contact DeWayne Cupples at or (601) 853-6000.

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