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Redmond High School is looking for its next head football coach to lead the Mustangs in the KingCo Conference. We are looking for candidates who are high energy, highly organized, proponents of educational athletics, and who will have a clear vision for the program and the football community.  Please contact Dan Pudwill, athletic director, dpudwill@lwsd.org or 425-936-1800 with questions. 

Application process is online through the Lake Washington School District website - http://www.lwsd.org/employment/classified-employees


Head Football Coach

Cashmere High School


The job of the head football coach is to carry out the philosophy of the athletic program. In addition to coaching the varsity football team, responsibilities include the organization and management of the entire K-12 football program. Candidates must have a comprehensive understanding of fitness and training regiments appropriate for high school athletes


Teaching Position Available: HS P.E./Weights


Football position and PE teaching position are open to apply on the Cashmere School District website: https://www.cashmere.wednet.edu/domain/156


Please contact Jeff Carlson (Cashmere School District Athletic Director) for more information. jcarlson@cashmere.wednet.edu 509-782-2914


North Mason High School Opening
HEAD COACH  - Football – “Go Bulldogs!”
2018-19 School Year - Fall Sport
Position Open : November 20, 2017
Position Close: January  19, 2018
Applications available on our website at www.nmsd.wednet.edu.                                                                        
Complete applications may be sent to:
Mark Swofford
200 E Campus Dr.
Belfair, WA  98528
Head Coach Qualifications:

  • Competitive experience at the high school level
  • Previous coaching experience with preference to coaches with prior successful experience as a varsity head coach or varsity assistant.
  • Demonstrable knowledge of a wide range of contemporary systems and schemes for the sport.
  • Commitment to year-round personnel skill enhancement and program improvement.
  • Demonstrable ability to provide positive motivation and development of student-athletes including year around monitoring of conduct and academic performance.
  • Demonstrable ability to maintain open communication with coaching staff, parents, student-athletes and age group programs (ie, middle level, youth programs).
  • Demonstrable knowledge about instructional progressions and techniques for the sport.
  • Demonstrable ability to analyze opponent tendencies and to design responsive strategies.
  • Current certification in first aid, CPR with preference for course work in sports medicine, injury prevention,  rehabilitation and cooperation with team or family physicians.
  • Skill in budgeting and supplemental fundraising.  Skill in long-range planning for enhancement and maintenance of equipment inventories.
  • Ability to coordinate all levels of competition within the program.
  • Demonstrable ability to work with and coach a diverse population.
  • Evidence that the candidate is knowledgeable of WIAA eligibility standards and is willing to reinforce good sportsmanship and compliance with athletic codes among team members and members of the program’s coaching staff.


  • Valid teaching license.                                                       
  • College experience (playing and/or coaching)
  • Demonstrable ability to successfully implement new program system in a new school setting.
  • Candidates may provide portfolio for review at the interview session

North Mason School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, religion, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability in its programs and activities, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.  The following  employees have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies:
Title IX Coordinator, Mark Swofford; 504 Coordinator, Cliff Huenergard; Compliance Coordinator for  28A.640 & 28A.642 RCW, Dana Rosenbach   They can be reached by phone at 360-277-2300 or by mail at 71 E Campus Dr.  Belfair, WA 98528.


Shelton High School Head Football Coach
Position Announcement; November 20, 2017
Shelton High School is currently seeking an experienced and dynamic head football coach
beginning with the 2018 season. Shelton High School, in the State of Washington, is a 3A school grades 10-12, with enrollment of approximately 1100 students. Beginning with the 2019/20 school year, the school will be comprised of grades 9-12. The community is a “One Team Town” with a rich history supporting athletic programs.
Shelton is a member of the 8-team, South Sound Conference. In addition to coaching the
varsity football team, responsibilities include the organization and management of the entire football program. The successful candidate must possess strong leadership skills, a positive education-based approach, and a deep understanding of the game. Candidates must have a comprehensive understanding of fitness and training regiments appropriate for high school
athletes. Candidates should be dynamic, energetic, motivated, and possess the willingness to commit the required time for a successful program. Qualified applicants should be from a
successful high school program with an emphasis on developing and maintaining a quality
program. Candidates must have experience in developing a cohesive relationship with the
local youth football program.
Strong preference will be given to applicants who possess, or are able to obtain, Washington State teaching credentials and are willing to teach at Shelton High School. Immediate teaching positions will be available; candidates with teaching credentials are strongly encouraged to
apply for the teaching position(s) when posted.
The coaching position is paid a stipend that is dependent on qualifications and experience;
salaries for teaching positions depend on experience and education, as well as other provisions provided for under the teacher’s bargained agreement.
For a complete job description, please refer to the Head Football Coach job description. For more information about Shelton School District, please visit www.sheltonschools.org.
Shelton, Washington

The job of the Head Football Coach is to carry out the philosophy of the Athletic Program. In addition to
coaching the varsity football team, responsibilities include the organization and management of the entire
football program. Candidates must have a comprehensive understanding of fitness and training regiments
appropriate for high school athletes.
 Implements program policies and procedures, which align with the district’s standard operating procedures for coaches.
 Relates well to student-athletes and demonstrates care for them beyond the sport experience.
 Prioritizes sportsmanship, work ethic, organization, and communication with players, staff and the
 Displays positive qualities such as enthusiasm, a strong work ethic, and loyalty.
 Represents the program with the appropriate behavior and integrity at all times while developing and
maintaining productive relationships with other employees, parents, students, and opposing squads.
 Maintains appropriate levels of confidentiality in all matters pertaining to students, parents, staff and the
 Demonstrates support of the comprehensive athletic program.
 Assumes responsibility for care of equipment and facilities being used.
 Dynamic personality that will get the entire Shelton community involved in football
 Performs other related duties as assigned.

 Strong communication, public relation, and interpersonal skills.
 Ability to write reports and correspondence consistent with the duties of this position.
 Ability to communicate clearly and concisely both in oral and written form using a variety of communication techniques and tools to ensure the appropriate flow of information, collaborative efforts, and feedback.
 Ability to read, analyze, and interpret information.
 Displays courtesy, tact, and respect when dealing with others.
 Ability to perform basic math using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals consistent with the
duties of the position.
 Ability to interpret a variety of information furnished in written, oral diagram, or schedule form.
 Ability to identify and define problems, collect and analyze data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
 Maintains appropriate confidentiality.
 Promotes a harassment-free environment.
 Establishes and maintains effective working relationships; demonstrates a commitment to teamwork.
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 Ability to learn and utilize office equipment, computers, and software especially as systems are upgraded.
 Ability to learn and upgrade job skills in order to meet changing demands of the position.
 Ability to react well under pressure, handle and balance multiple demands at one time, work with frequent
interruptions, and perform duties and tasks at expected levels of professionalism.
 Extensive knowledge of and ability to perform duties in full compliance with the district, School Board, state and federal laws, methods, requirements, policies, procedures, and activities pertinent to the duties of this
 Ability to work independently with minimum supervision.
 Ability to use independent judgment and demonstrates initiative to act without being asked.
 Strong leadership skills, a positive education-based approach, and deep understanding of the game.
 Ability to be dynamic, energetic, motivated, and possess willingness to commit the required time to have a successful program.
 Ability to teach fundamental skills and team concepts of football.
 Ability to interact with student athletes of different ages and football skill levels in a positive and professional manner.
 Demonstrate a high degree of integrity as all Shelton High School staff are considered role models for Shelton High students.
 Motivate and mentor student athletes.
 Must promote school spirit.
 Communicate with school administration and football families.
 Plan, organize, and execute off-season, summer, and pre-season training and preparation programs.
Employee experiences constant interruptions and inflexible deadlines. The noise level in this environment is
quiet to loud. The work environment may vary from extremely cold to extremely hot, depending on the season
of the year. In-district and out-of-town travel required as necessary for training and/or to carry out duties and

Education and Experience
 High school diploma or equivalent.
 Must be 21 years or older
 Previous experience as varsity level coordinator from a successful high school program with an emphasis on turning around a program is strongly desired.
 Experience in developing a cohesive relationship with the local youth football program.
 Maintains certification in CPR and First Aid.
 Such other qualifications/trainings as set by the WIAA.
 Heads Up Football training.
 Criminal Justice Fingerprint Clearance.
REPORTS TO: Athletic Director or designee.
Salary and benefits according to adopted salary schedule and negotiated agreement.

Performance of this job will be evaluated annually in accordance with provisions of Washington State Law and the bargained agreement.
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— Quick Facts About Shelton School District —
School (4,267 students, Oct. 2017) Employees: 779 (654 reg. employees; 125 subs and temps)
Bordeaux Elementary 573 students Certificated Staff 305
Evergreen Elementary 569 students (plus preschool) Classified Staff 320
Mt. View Elementary 610 students (plus preschool) Administrators 29
Olympic Middle School 597 students
Oakland Bay Jr. High School 709 students Financial Statement (2016-17)
CHOICE Alternative School 1,975 students Total Revenues $54,549,790
Shelton High School 1,034 students Total Expenditures $53,885,745
Fund Balance $ 5,372,380
Ethnicity (Approx.)
Hispanic 30.0% Miscellaneous
White 58.6% - Birth—12th grade.
American Indian 3.4% - The alternative school houses 9th—12th grade.
Asian .6% - Cooperative (with other districts) for transportation services
Black .6% and special services.
Hawaiian/Pacific Island .2%
Other 6.6% Nov., 2017
► 4,267 students
► 7 Schools:
-1 Regular High School (10th—12th)
-1 Alternative High School (9th –12th)
-1 Jr. High School (8th/9th)
-1 Middle School (6th/7th)
-3 Elementary schools (Pre—5th)
► 779 employees
-654 regular employees
-125 substitute or temporary employees
— About Our Community —
Shelton, nestled in a moderate alpine and marine
setting, is located in Mason County on Puget Sound’s
Oakland Bay and is the southeastern gateway to the
Olympic Peninsula. Mason County is one of the fastest growing counties in Washington, hosting both Hood
Canal and Puget Sound waters.
Shelton is located in a wonderfully diverse setting,
serving the Skokomish and Squaxin Island Indian nations
and a growing Latino population.
Shelton, the county seat, is a community of over
9,000 that is diversified and offers unique opportunities. Industries closely tied to the surrounding woods and
water are lumber, evergreens, shellfish, and Christmas tree farming. In addition, Shelton has developed a strong
aerospace support industry. There is abundant recreation in varying forms including golf, hiking, fishing, hunting, water sports, and camping.
A wide range of cultural activities and urban
amenities are also available locally and in nearby






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