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Kalaheo looking for varsity football head coach




The Kalaheo High School athletic department is currently looking for a head varsity football coach.

This position will be responsible for all aspects of the football program. Some duties include:
   » Compliance with all state, league and school policies, regulations and procedures
   » Effective delivery of instruction as it relates to teaching/coaching of football
   » Staffing
   » Monitoring of grades
   » Supervisory responsibilities
   » Facilities management/care
   » Character development
   » Developing a productive and positive relationship with the school and community

Minimum requirements:
   » Previous high school coaching experience
   » Extensive knowledge of football
   » College degree preferred
   » NFHS Fundamentals of Coaching Certified
   » Conducts self in an ethical and professional manner
   » Handles administrative responsibilities appropriately and effectively
   » Able to communicate effectively
   » Possesses skills in financial management

If you are interested, please submit a resume to:
       Kalaheo High School
       Attn:Athletic Director
       730 Iliaina Street
       Kailua, HI 96734

Or e-mail Kalaheo athletic director Mark Brilhante at [email protected].

Deadline to send resume is Friday, Feb. 14, 2020.



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