Head Volleyball Coach
The Aurora Public School District is currently accepting applications for the Head Volleyball Coach for the 2021-22 school year. Candidates must hold, or be able to obtain Nebraska Department of Education Teacher Certification or Special Services Certificate in the area of coaching. All interested candidates, regardless of teaching endorsements/positions are encouraged to apply. The Head Volleyball Coach is responsible for leading the volleyball program in a manner that serves the best interests of the school district and the student athletes who participate at any level in that program. The head coach works cooperatively with the administrators of the school to assure that the activities related to the program are consistent with building needs and practices as well as the rules identified by the Central Conference and the Nebraska School Activities Association. The head coach assures that all program staff and participating students adhere to the Policies of the Board of Education and the high school code of conduct. This position is responsible for creating and maintaining high expectations for the volleyball program and the student athletes who participate.
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The Aurora Public School District, located in Central Nebraska, is a proud Class B school district serving the Aurora and surrounding communities. The Aurora Public School District provides learning opportunities for all learners in academics, social interactions, and extra-curricular activities. The District enjoys a strong tradition of academic and extracurricular excellence with strong parent and community involvement. Aurora is located along Interstate 80, 25 miles from Grand Island, 60 miles from Lincoln, and 120 miles from Omaha.
How to Apply
Screening of applicants will begin immediately and position will remain open until filled. Position will begin August 1, 2021, with camps, clinics, and conditioning in June and July, 2021. Interested applicants should send letter of application, resume, and credentials to: Mr. Doug Kittle, Aurora High School, 300 L St., Aurora, NE 68818, or firstname.lastname@example.org.