The Director of Athletics reports to the Principal. Responsibilities include the following:
1. To lead by activity and example, to develop, organize, supervise and evaluate the entire program of intramural and interscholastic athletics for the entire school.
2. To ensure that all coaches are preforming their duties at the very highest level of professionalism.
3. To ensure that all coaching positions are filled with competent coaches who are properly cleared and trained in all organizational and philosophical aspects of the athletic program.
4. To ensure proper maintenance and security of all athletic equipment and athletic facilities, fields, and courts, working in coordination with the Director of Facilities.
5. To organize and submit information on the various programs for public recognition of athletic achievements to the Director of Admissions for publication.
6. To prepare, submit, and administer a budget each year to fund athletic programs of the school
7. To provide the scheduling of all athletic contests, arrange for athletic transportation, and hire all game officials.
8. To represent the school at various state, regional and national athletic associations.
9. To maintain records of team and individual athletic accomplishments and submit copies of the same to the development offices for historical purposes.
10. To maintain and revise the coaches manual each year and set up appropriate meetings with the coaches to review the information and standards in detail.
11. To help organize and coordinate, with the principals of the three divisions, the off-campus athletic programs.
12. To oversee the distribution, collection, cleaning, repair, and storage of all athletic uniforms and equipment.
13. To ensure the health and safety of all students in the athletic program.
14. To perform other duties as assigned by Principal and to support the school and its leadership.
1. Excellent communication skills
2. Ability to multitask and excellent organizational skills
3. Word, Excel, Outlook
4. Problem solving skills
5. Able to work some weekends and evenings
6. Ability to remain in a stationary position 90% of the time.
7. Ability to move about inside the office and school to access file cabinets, office machinery, supplies etc.
8. Ability to constantly operate a computer and other office productivity machines, such as a calculator, copy machine and computer printer.
9. Ability to frequently communicate with students, parents, other constituents regarding school information and must be able to exchange accurate information in these situations.
10. Ability to occasionally ascend/descend stairs throughout the school campus.
11. Ability to regularly move up to 50 pounds and occasionally move boxes weighing up to 75 pounds.
12. Ability to extend hands and arms in any direction.
13. Ability to bend, stretch, stoop or crouch.
14. Ability to grasp and hold files, papers, etc.
15. Have close visual acuity to perform an activity such as preparing and analyzing data and figures.
About St. Vincent de Paul High School
St. Vincent de Paul High School ("SVHS"), celebrates 101-years of educating students in the Vincentian education model of “Enter to Learn, Leave to Serve.” SVHS is a parochial college prep school of 240 students from three Northern California counties and is located adjacent to the beautiful Sonoma and Napa wine regions. Just forty minutes north of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco, Petaluma is a historical town located on the Petaluma River.