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Posted
December 4, 2018
School
Position
Coaching Position
Description
Position Opening
Marlborough School
Athletic Coach

To Apply: If you would like to apply for this position, please access the link to our online application management system at http://www.marlborough.org/about/employment

At Marlborough, 100% of our athletic resources are devoted to girls.

With 33 teams for 12 different sports, that means that every student has the opportunity to train, compete, and contribute at a level that’s right for her.

Marlborough School is currently seeking coaches for their varsity, assistant, JV, and 7th/8th grade teams in the following disciplines (depending on the current athletics hiring season):

• Basketball
• Cross Country
• Golf
• Lacrosse
• Soccer
• Softball
• Swimming & Diving
• Tennis
• Track and Field
• Volleyball
• Water Polo

Research shows that more than half of female executives were once student athletes, and at Marlborough, it’s easy to see why. In addition to the mental and physical health benefits, our student athletes develop a strong foundation of important life skills - including teamwork, leadership, and resilience - that will serve them well in college and career.

Responsibilities:

Marlborough Athletic Coaches provide leadership, supervision and organization for the Marlborough School Athletics Programs and are responsible for carrying out the objectives of the entire athletic program within the guidelines of the Marlborough Athletic Department Philosophy.

Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree preferred;
• General knowledge of coaching techniques and strategies;
• Knowledge of CIF rules and regulations preferred;
• Coaching experience preferred;
• Must possess leadership skills, and be able to set an example for the players
• Excellent communication skills.
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