Hathaway Brown School is looking for qualified candidates with previous coaching experience at the high school level or coaching experience at the collegiate level preferred. Applicants should hold or be willing to obtain the following certifications:
- Fundamentals of Coaching
- First Aid training
- Safety Training for Swim Coaches
- USADA Coaches Advantage Training or the ability to complete. Concussion in Sports
- Lindsey’s Law (Sudden Cardiac Training)
- and Pupil Activity Permit.
About Hathaway Brown
Since 1876, Hathaway Brown has been a leader in girls’ education and one of the country’s foremost institutions for the advancement of women.
Qualifications & Requirements
The successful candidate will need to be available for after school practices, Monday through Friday, and games on weekends. Located in Shaker Heights, Hathaway Brown is looking for qualified candidates to fill these positions. The requirements include:
- Knowledge of skills and strategies of the sport
- Previous playing/coaching experience
- Highly motivated and able to demonstrate a positive attitude
- Able to display a commitment to the players and program as noted in the school’s mission statement
- Good communication skills
- Willingness to complete the OHSAA coaching certifications
- Must complete the required Stewards of Children online training
- Other duties as assigned
Interested candidates should send a resume, cover letter, and names of three professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
An equal opportunity employer, Hathaway Brown believes that a multicultural perspective is an essential element of a 21st Century education, and values diversity in its student body, faculty and staff. Compensation and opportunities for professional growth are exceptional.
Hathaway Brown School is committed to building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive learning community through our admission policies, hiring practices, professional development, curricular and extracurricular programming, and school culture. The representation and full engagement of the diverse points of view of individuals with varied life experiences is a source of strength and wisdom that enriches the learning environment and fuels innovation and growth, particularly as students are prepared for lives of strong character, public service, and leadership.
HB respects and affirms the dignity and worth of each member of our community. These values of diversity, equity, and inclusion are rooted in our mission; our motto, “We Learn Not for School but for Life”; and our Community Agreement, and it is our expectation that all those affiliated with the institution uphold and demonstrate these shared values both in spirit and in practice at all times.