Castle looking for baseball, girls soccer coach

James B. Castle High School is looking for a varsity girls soccer head coach and a varsity baseball head coach.

Duties and Responsibilities:
     » Organize and supervise a total sports program
     » Relating to student athletes
     » Preventative procedures
     » Finance, equipment accountability, care of facilities
     » Public relations

     » College degree preferred
     » Knowledge of the technical aspects of soccer/baseball
     » Good communication skills, computer literacy, knowledge of DOE/OIA policies
     » NFHS fundamentals of coaching certification
     » At least two years of coaching at the high school level or above

Send resume and cover letter to Castle High School athletics director Laynie Sueyasu at [email protected] or at:
     Attn: Laynie Sueyasu
     Castle High School
     45-386 Kaneohe Bay Drive
     Kaneohe, HI 96744

All documents must be postmarked/emailed by May 18 to be considered. No drop offs will be considered.



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