Prep School: Wrestling Community Coach (913-094)

Georgia Military College Prep School announces a part-time opening for a Middle School Wresting Community Coach.
The Georgia Military College Preparatory School is accepting applications for the part-time position of Middle School - Assistant Wrestling Coach. Georgia Military College Prep school is a 6-12 public, independent, military, college-preparatory school with a total student enrollment of 500. Previous coaching experience at the middle school or high school level and/or wrestling experience at the high school level is required. The season runs from mid-October till mid-January. Practice and matches are in the afternoon and evenings. Some travel to away matches is required.
Criminal background check and drug screen must be cleared before any candidate may begin working.
Georgia Military College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Required Skills
Major Responsibilities:
Instructs student athletes in the fundamental skills, strategy, and physical training necessary for individual and team success.
Assists in the implementation of the program as outlined by the head coach.
Assists in the necessary preparation to hold practices and games.
Assists in the collection of necessary documentation to fulfill State and District requirements concerning physical exams, consent, and eligibility.
Attend staff meetings for the purpose of planning and evaluating the program.
Promote and encourage fair play, good sportsmanship, and ethical standards of conduct both on and off the field. Any other duties as assigned by the Head Coach of the sport.
Assist with maintaining a yearly inventory of all new and used equipment
Necessary Skills:
1. Knowledgeable of current rules, techniques, and procedures required for the activity.
2. Must be organized and punctual.
3. Conducts oneself in a manner that exemplifies self-control and the promotion of good sportsmanship
4. Maintains a current athletic handbook listing detailed information regarding policies, procedures, and practices

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