Coach-Girls Head Soccer Coach (9-12) PT

Catholic Schools Office

Website Bishop Dunne Cahtolic School

Bishop Dunne Catholic School seeks to hire a Head High School Soccer Coach – Girls who will advance the mission of the school, mentor and help develop student-athletes as soccer players and women, and be a positive participant in the school culture, including advancing the Catholic identity of the school, and develop positive relationships with school colleagues and administration.  The part-time, stipend paid position will be for the 2022-2023 Academic Year.

Successful Head High School Soccer Coach- Girls Candidates will:

  • Promote a culture that reflects the core values of Bishop Dunne Catholic School: caring, dedicated, faithful;
  • Possess a superior knowledge of the sport of Soccer including, but not limited to, knowledge of training and conditioning techniques and the ability to diagnose player deficiencies and prescribe corrective activities;
  • Actively promote and increase the competitiveness of the soccer program at Bishop Dunne;
  • Oversee a program of student formation in the athletic department that engenders responsibility, respect, and compassion;
  • Have the ability to work collaboratively with student-athletes, faculty, parents, alumni, and administrators;
  • Commitment to a culture of excellence;
  • Possess and maintain a moral character that is consistent with being a positive role model for students;
  • Be a positive and effective communicator;
  • Complete National Federation of High School Associations (NFHS) Fundamentals of Coaching Course;
  • Complete annual NFHS Concussions in Sports Course;
  • Experience playing soccer at the high school level or above preferred;
  • Have 2-3 years of Head High School Coaching experience, or at least 3 years coaching experience at an Assistant level;
  • Teaching certificate, a plus, but not required.

Responsibilities include:

  • Organize and plan in-season and off-season training;
  • Schedule all non-district, district and tournament games
  • Supervise players, assistant coaches and volunteers at all team events (games, practices, road trips, meetings, etc.);
  • Provide basic medical treatment for not life-threatening injuries. Be able to execute emergency plan for athletic facilities;
  • Attend Athletic Department Coaches Training;
  • Maintain annual TAPPS S.C.O.P.E. training;
  • Maintain current First Aid/CPR certification, as well as Safe Environment Training.

All candidates must be able to pass background checks and comply with the Diocese of Dallas Safe Environment Program.  Must be currently authorized to work in the United States.

Qualified candidates, please send a resume with soccer coaching experience to Anna Lee Friesen, Human Resources, at hr@bdcs.org.