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Varsity Girls Basketball Assistant Coach (Seasonal)

Company: The Pine School Inc
Location: Hobe Sound
Posted on: May 23, 2023

Job Description:

The Pine School Opportunity ProfileHobe Sound, FloridaVarsity Girls Basketball Assistant Coach (Seasonal)Department: AthleticsPosition Commences: October 2023

Summary DescriptionThe Pine School is seeking a proactive, positive, and passionate person to assist in coaching our Varsity Girls Basketball Team during the winter basketball season. The assistant coach will report direclty to the head coach and assist the varsity teach. - Working with a collaborative athletic department and head coach, the assistant coach will receive support to communicate, plan, and execute a successful girls basketball program.
Duties and Responsibilities--- Help plan and execute daily practice after school.--- Help coordinate and communicate weekly practices and games in collaboration with the head coach.--- Supervise students off-campus as needed for games while positively representing The Pine School tothe larger community.--- Lead the team and program with a commitment to nurturing student-athletes, taking advantage ofthe opportunities to build character and confidence through sport.--- Work through time to build success with the School's girls basketball program.
Professional QualificationsStrong candidates will have experience playing basketball at a highly competitive level and will havepreviously worked as a coach. Experience building a program would be highly beneficial. Organizationalstrength is also a necessity. Most importantly, The Pine School is eager to hire a coach who enjoys workingwith high school students and supporting student-athletes in a college-preparatory educational environment.
Mission StatementThe Pine School is an independent college preparatory school educating students in Kindergarten through12th Grade. We promote academic, artistic and athletic excellence in a close-knit learning environment thatextends from the classroom to our expansive natural campus and beyond. Our challenging curriculumcultivates intellectual curiosity and honors each student's voice as we strive for inclusivity. From a strongsense of community and connection, The Pine School students become inspired and prepared to navigate acomplex and changing world.
Statement of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and AccessWe at The Pine School are committed to continuous growth by examining and learning from diverseperspectives as an active, necessary pursuit. We encourage the respectful expression of different lifeexperiences, thoughts, and opinions and cultivate an atmosphere in which thoughtful dialogue can flourish.We recognize and appreciate all abilities, colors, family structures, gender identities, national or ethnicorigins, races
Equal Employment Opportunity StatementThe Pine School is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in employment. It is Pine's policy toprovide equal employment opportunities and administer terms and conditions of employment withoutregard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, genetic information,marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state, and locallaws.Note: These position descriptions have been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work to beperformed by employees within each classification. These position descriptions should not be interpreted asa comprehensive inventory of all duties and responsibilities required or assigned to an employee in eachposition. Nothing contained in these position descriptions restricts Pines' right to assign or reassign dutiesand responsibilities to any position at any time.
School HistoryThe Pine School was founded in 1969. The school was first called The Pine School under the leadership ofMr. Harold Potsdam, its founder. In 1975 the school changed its name to St. Michael's School and a Boardof Trustees were appointed. It was at this time that St. Michael's became a non-profit day school with anEpiscopal affiliation. In 1994, the Board of Trustees renamed the school St. Michael's Independent School,ending the Episcopal affiliation, while retaining all of the same internal procedures and traditions. In Julyin 2006, the school officially returned to its original name, The Pine School.
General InformationThe Pine School is a college preparatory, all-faith day school that serves students from Kindergartenthrough grade 12. The Pine School provides a strong traditional core curriculum while striving to instill highachievement and a lifelong love for learning. The school's objective is to develop each student's intellectual,physical, and creative talents in a supportive and moral environment. Students are encouraged to promoteservice above self and are inspired to develop a sense of commitment and involvement within theircommunity.
In K-4, small class sizes and a challenging curriculum enable students to learn important academic skills in anurturing and caring environment. The children become knowledgeable in computer technology and themultifaceted fine arts and physical education programs are an integral part of the curriculum.Expanding on the strong foundation of the K-4 program, the Middle School (grades 5-8) offers a rigorousacademic curriculum that promotes intellectual discipline, self-discovery, and creative thinking. Strongemphasis continues to be placed on the core academic areas, fine arts, computer technology, and athletics.Middle School students are encouraged to be self-reliant, critical thinkers who are civically responsible.Within the Upper School (grades 9-12), students are challenged to achieve academically, to exerciseleadership, to participate in co-curricular activities that enhance their understanding of their own talents, toshare their gifts with others, and to position themselves for success at the college or university level.In addition to academic requirements, graduation requirements include community service and a seniorcapstone project. Internships, opportunities for multicultural exchanges, encounters withentrepreneurs and critical thinkers, and seminars with artists and scientists advance the philosophy of theUpper School connects students with a wider world and prepares them for leadership positions.The Pine School seeks to nurture an awareness of ethics and values and students are taught that excellence isa way of life and that success is the product of effort, good habits and self-motivation.

Keywords: The Pine School Inc, Palm Beach , Varsity Girls Basketball Assistant Coach (Seasonal), Education / Teaching , Hobe Sound, Florida

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