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Castle accepting applications for varsity girls water polo head coach


Castle High School is accplications for varsity girls water polo head coach.

The positioin requires organizing and supervising a total sports program, relating to student athletes, handling preventative procedures, public relations, as well as finance, equipment accountability and care of facilities.

A college degree, knowledge of technical aspects of water polo, good communication skills, computer literacy, knowledge of DOE/OIA policies, and an NHFS fundamentals of coaching certification is preferred. Applicants must have at least two years of coaching at the high school level (or above).

To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to [email protected] Deadline to apply is July 8. No drop offs will be considered.





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