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Updated list of Philly girls’ lacrosse coaching openings

Monday, 16th December 2013

Categories College, Girl's/Women's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 12/16/13

Girls’ Coaching Openings

Daniel Boone head coach

Daniel Boone High School is in search of a head coach for its inaugural season. The right candidate will be willing to take on the challenge of developing a new program. We have enthusiastic and committed girls ready to play — they are hungry for instruction and the right leadership. This is a paid position. Appointment is subject to school board approval. Interested? Contact us at Blazerlax@Hotmail.com for more information.

Harriton High School- Head JV coach/GK coach

Harriton High School (Rosemont, PA), the defending PIAA State Champion, is searching for a Head Girls’ JV coach/GK Coach. Base responsibilities include: 1) Teaching and development of JV players 2) Scouting opponents 3) Assisting varsity coaches in strategy planning 4) Coaching goalkeepers Prior coaching experience is preferred. To be considered, please send your coaching resume along with three references to the e-mail address below. Appointment: Part-Time

Contact for application and information: George Dick, Head Girls’ Lacrosse Coach, Harriton High School, 600 N. Ithan Ave, Rosemont, PA 19010. E-mail: Harritonlacrosse@gmail.com

Wilmington Friends School- Head Varsity Girls Lacrosse Coach

Head Girls Lacrosse Coach- Direct all aspects of the girls lacrosse program including scheduling, practice planning, selection and supervision of assistant coaches, The Head Coach will have the responsibility of overseeing the entire lacrosse program (grades 7-12) in full compliance with WFS, DISC, and DIAA rules and regulations. If interested please contact Mark Burke, Director of Athletics, at 302.576.2937.

Applicants must demonstrate the ability to develop a competitive program, create a healthy atmosphere of competition, while adhering to the values of the school.

Wilson Assistant Coach

High School Assistant Varsity Girls Lacrosse Coach- The Wilson School District, located in Berks County, Pennsylvania, is in need of two assistant varsity girls lacrosse coaches. High school playing experience required, collegiate playing experience is preferred. The Wilson School District is a high achieving academic and athletic school district and is looking for highly motivated assistant coaches. Compensation is $3,250 for the season. Interested candidates should contact Steve Polonus, athletic director, at polste@wilsonsd.org.

Haverford College, Assistant Coach

Haverford College, one of America’s leading liberal arts colleges, is a Division III member of the Centennial Conference and is located in suburban Philadelphia. Haverford is currently seeking applicants for its opening of women’s lacrosse assistant coach. Responsibilities include assisting in practice preparation, game-day duties and assisting the head coach in other aspects of running a collegiate lacrosse program.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required. Collegiate playing experience and coaching experience preferred. Previous goalkeeper coaching desired.

Haverford College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to fostering multicultural diversity in its staff, faculty and students. Women and people of color are encouraged to apply. Salary: Seasonal pay, $3,000. Appointment: Part time, 3 months.

Interested applicants should email a letter of interest, resume and the name of three references to: Lauren Wray, Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach, 370 Lancaster Ave, Haverford PA 19041. Phone: (610) 896-1118; Email: lwray@haverford.edu. Team/school site: http://www.haverfordathletics.com

William Penn Charter, Head Coach

William Penn Charter School is seeking an experienced and highly dedicated Girls Head Lacrosse Coach to elevate our program to the next level within the highly competitive Inter-Ac Athletic League. Penn Charter is committed to developing a championship program.

The ideal candidate will have lacrosse experience playing and/or coaching at the college level; possess strong player development, communication, and organizational skills. The candidate must possess a positive attitude and enthusiasm for the sport and players; be able to effectively motivate and develop both the novice and experienced player and be able to attract new athletes to the sport.

All interested applicants must pass a background check. This is a coaching-only position.

Please email cover letter, resume, and references to: John Thiel at jthiel@penncharter.com or mail to: John Thiel, Director of Athletics and Athletic Planning, William Penn Charter School, 3000 West School House Lane, Philadelphia, PA 19144

Freedom Varsity Head Coach

Freedom High School (Bethlehem, PA) is seeking an experienced and highly dedicated Head Coach to elevate our program to the next level. Members of the highly competitive Lehigh Valley Conference within PIAA District XI, Freedom Lacrosse will be entering its third year as a Varsity program.
The ideal candidate will have lacrosse experience playing and/or coaching at the college level; possess strong player development, communication, and organizational skills; a positive attitude and enthusiasm for the sport and players; be able to effectively motivate and develop both the novice and experienced player; able to attract new athletes to the sport; and be available for all scheduled practices and games. Freedom Lacrosse provides a strong support system including an active Board and dedicated Booster Club, Athletic Director, parent volunteers and feeder program that will allow our coaching staff to focus on athletics.
All interested applicants must pass a background check. This is a coaching-only position. Deadline for application: July 30, 2013 Salary: Stipend.
Contact for information: Tammy Healy, President Freedom Lacrosse. Phone: (610)849-6255 E-mail: freedomlaxclub@gmail.com
Team/school/org. site: http://freeteams.net/fhsgirlslax

E-mail us at golax@phillylacrosse.com for coaching opening submissions


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