McKinley looking for cheerleading coach

The McKinley High School Athletics Department is currently looking for a cheerleading coach. This position will be responsible for all aspects of the cheer program (Sideline and Competition Teams).

Duties include: teaching/coaching of proper, legal, certified and safe cheer techniques; administrative duties such as staffing and monitoring of grades and character development; need to be positive and work well with the students to make this the best possible experience for all.

Minimum requirements: Previous coaching experience, high school level preferred; NFHS Fundamentals of Coaching Certified; conducts self in an ethical and professional manner; handles administrative responsibilities appropriately and effectively; and able to communicate effectively with all role groups and work well with people. Will need to have AACCA Spirit Safety Certification.

If you are interested, please submit a resume to the McKinley Athletics Department by April 26, 2019. Interviews will be scheduled soon after.

Mail resumes to:
   McKinley High School
   Attn: Bob Morikuni
   1039 South King St.
   Honolulu, HI 96814

Email resumes to McKinley athletics director Bob Morikuni at [email protected].



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