Kalani HS seeks varsity, JV baseball coaches

Kalani High School is seeking a junior varsity baseball head coach and a varsity baseball head coach who will promote and uphold the value of educationally based athletics in a high school setting.

» College degree preferred, with at least three years of experience and a track record of leadership in a successful interscholastic or club program as a head coach, or other significant leadership experience in building and maintaining a successful large school or club program.
» Background in teaching preferred, with experience working with adolescents.
» Substantial knowledge of the game as demonstrated through the development of comprehensive practice plans, offensive and defensive schemes, implementation of off-season expectations for student-athletes, and the implementation of effective and contemporary teaching/coaching practices.
» Knowledge of coaching, including competitions, practices, and strength and fitness conditioning.
» A student-centered philosophy and a commitment to academic integrity with the knowledge and ability to ensure student academic success and a professional demeanor that is supportive of the personal success of each student-athlete.
» Demonstrated knowledge of the value of athletics and competition at the high school level and a track record of successful communication and modeling of these lessons and values to student-athletes.
» Strong organization skills, with the ability to manage rosters, schedules, transportation, team and game schedules, equipment inventory, and facilities.
» Satisfactory criminal history background check.
» Completion of NFHS Coaches Certification and NFHS Concussion Management Certification and NFHS Heat Awareness Certification.

For more information about athletics at Kalani High School visit

Send resume and cover letter to Kalani High School athletics director Greg Van Cantfort at [email protected] or at:

     Attn: Greg Van Cantfort
     Kalani High School
     4680 Kalanianaole Highway
     Honolulu, HI 96821

All documents must be postmarked/emailed by June 15 to be considered.



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