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With over 100 coaches on staff, Yorktown is often seeking qualified candidates to coach in various sports. All candidates will be required to pass an APS background check, complete several required online trainings, attend coaches meetings for professional development and show an appreciation for the importance of using athletics as a means for developing social-emotional skills in our young adults.
Below are a current listing of vacancies. Interested individuals are encouraged to reach out to Mike Krulfeld, firstname.lastname@example.org with a resume (with or without prior athletic/coaching experience) and email of interest. Final offers of employment will be made by APS Human Resources after an interview at the school level with the head coach and Director of Student Activities.
Outdoor Track Jumps and/or Sprints Coach (Potentially part-time) – This individual will work specifically with those students interested in long jump and high jump and/or sprinters. This can be full-time or part-time (likely more appropriate for the jumps portion). Meets are one-two days a week. As a member of a five-person overall coaching staff, this individual will have some autonomy in practice times and days, preferably from 3:30-5. The outdoor track season begins February 26 and continues until late May. The stipend for this position is based on commitment level but will range from $1500-$3400. Prior jump and/or spring experience is required.
Assistant Varsity Baseball - This person will have experience either coaching or playing at the varsity/college level and will join two other coaches on the staff. Practices are held M-F at 3:30 pm and on Saturday mornings with several games per week. The season runs February 19 through late June. Ideally this person will have experience with coaching/playing the infield positions.
Assistant Girls Tennis - The tennis season runs from mid-February to late May and includes practices M-F during the 3:30-6 pm timeframe (typically 1.5 hours) with matches two-three times a week. Prior playing or coaching experience is needed as well as a commitment to making high school tennis enjoyable and a focus on emotional and personal development in addition to skill development.