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12/11/2019
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Coach - VARSITY FOOTBALL ASSISTANT (DEFENSIVE...
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Montgomery County Public Schools | Silver Spring, MD
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Job Description

Details on the hours and compensation for this coaching position can be found in the most recent copy of the "Extracurricular Activities (ECA) Handbook" which is located on the MCPS website. http://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/uploadedFiles/departments/ersc/employees/timekeepers/eca_handbook_current.pdf

Additional information on extracurricular stipends can be found in the MCEA Contract under article 20. http://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/uploadedFiles/departments/associationrelations/teachers/MCEA_Contract.pdf

MCPS Job Description

To be an athletics coach in MCPS, an applicant must be interviewed and hired by the principal or designee at the school where the coaching vacancy exists.

Coaches must be qualified and are hired for one season.

Schools must hire qualified MCPS teachers or professional certified educators to coaching positions, if available.

Emergency coaches may be hired if no qualified MCPS teacher or professional certified educator is available.

To be a certified coach, an applicant must:

* Be an MCPS teacher or professional certified educator employed by MCPS
* Have completed or be enrolled in the two credit MCPS course "Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries, Coaching Fundamentals and CPR/AED" which is offered periodically through the MCPS Athletics Unit
* Complete/submit the on-line MCPS Application

To coach as a Level I Emergency Coach, an applicant must:

* Be a certified teacher (though not employed by MCPS)
* Have completed the two credit MCPS course "Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries, Coaching Fundamentals and CPR/AED" which is offered periodically through the MCPS Athletics Unit
* Complete/submit the on-line MCPS Application

To coach as a Level II Emergency Coach, an applicant must:

* Be a high school graduate
* Be at least 21 years of age
* Have completed the two credit MCPS course "Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries, Coaching Fundamentals and CPR/AED" which is offered periodically through the MCPS Athletics Unit
* Complete/submit the on-line MCPS Application