The assistant coach interacts directly with coaches, parents and student-athletes as a representative of Christian Academy. He/she is to live and coach in such a way so that student-athletes are led to righteousness in every area of life, and in particular their athletic development. The purpose of this position is to help the varsity head coach oversee all coaches and discipleship for the specific sport and ensure the overall program development from intramural to the varsity level.
The candidate shall possess characteristics that reflect:
- A strong clear Christian testimony with a mature and godly spirit
- A daily example of the highest Christian virtue both in and out of school
- Commitment to faithful attendance and support of a church whose beliefs are in agreement with the Statement of Faith
The ideal candidate shall possess:
- Strong commitment to Christian Academy Mission Statement and athletic philosophy
- Ability to encourage partnerships with parents, coaches, students and other schools
- Managerial and coaching experience
- He/she will coach from a biblical perspective and strive to be a true reflection of Jesus Christ to our athletes.
- Coach will create a winning environment by displaying a positive attitude and providing daily encouragement to those under his/her leadership helping to build strong relationships
- Teaches athletes to perform sound, safe fundamental techniques of the designated sport throughout the season
- Coach will promote honesty, integrity, humility, loyalty, unity, and encourage total character development of our athletes.
- Complete all assigned duties as given by the head coach and Director of Athletics
- Oversee field/gym conditions and report needs to head coach
- Complete inventory of equipment and uniforms and store properly
- Attend meetings with the head coach to ensure continuity of the program
- Provide support for gate admission/scorebook for all home games within your sport
- Athletes instructed in the fundamental skills, strategy and physical training necessary for them to realize a degree of individual and team success based on the Christian Academy Athletic Handbook
- Christ-like relationships with students, parents and administration
- Clear verbal and written communication with students, parents and administration
- Student athletes will receive instruction that leads to the formation of moral values, pride of accomplishment, acceptable social behavior, self-discipline and self-confidence
The assistant coach is responsible to the head coach and Director of Athletics.