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Posted by: Jasmine Ochoa
Published: 4/3/19




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Diego Rivera Learning Complex

Job Announcement

2019-2020 School Year

Head Football Coach

 

The Diego Rivera Learning Complex seeks an outstanding individual to lead the athletic department as the Head Football Coach.  The Diego Rivera Learning Complex is located in the Florence-Firestone area and is made up of four Pilot High Schools.  Green Design STEAM Academy, Communication & Tech Community School, Performing Arts Community School and Public Service Community School work together to make up the Diego Rivera Husky Athletic Program.  Our approximate 2,000 students are kind, hard working and proud. The school supports an after school tutoring program for all athletes. All practices after school as there is no athletic period at this time.

 

The ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills; the ability to work effectively and cooperatively with stakeholders, be highly organized and know how to prioritize and problem solve.  The ideal candidate should have experience working as a high school football coach and be able to model good character. 

 

Rate of Pay-Head Coach $2,811

Stipend for Certificated or 196 hours @ $14.35 per hour

Ability to select Football Paid Assistant Coaches:

Varsity Assistant #1-Rate $2512, Varsity Assistant #2-Rate $2102, Assistant JV #1-Rate $2311, Assistant JV #2-Rate $2102

 

DUTIES OF HEAD FOOTBALL COACH:

 

  • Must possess all CIF coaching certifications and trainings, (CPR, AED, Sudden Cardiac Arrest, Suicide Prevention, Heat Illness Prevention) Negative TB Test, Fingerprinting
  • Confirm team buses
  • Inventory athletic equipment and supplies
  • Review equipment and uniform orders
  • Conduct assistant coach, student and parent meetings
  • Attend required coaches meetings
  • Disseminate communication to all relevant stake holders
  • Enforce the six (6) pillars of character
  • Game set up and management
  • Submittal of incident reports, as needed, to athletic director
  • Conference as needed with athletes and coaches regarding behavior and expectations
  • Recognize and enforce Title IX guidelines
  • Ensure the safety of equipment and facilities for practice and games
  • Assess player development and formulate game strategies
  • Maintain and submit all team data (i.e. rosters, scores, tournament request, etc.) and individual data (all league, all city, etc.)
  • Communicate and maintain effective working relationships with Administrators, Athletic Directors, Teachers, Parents, Financial Manager and Students
  • Comply with District Fundraising Protocols
  • Enforce CIF Los Angeles Section Rules, Policies and Regulations
  • Assist students and parents in the paperwork process as it relates to transfers and waivers
  • Attend sport playoffs meetings
  • Supervise assistant coaching staff
  • Other duties assigned

 

 

Application Procedure: To be considered, you must submit the following:

  1. Letter of Intent that describes your successful experience in the following areas:
    1. Coordinating an 11-Man Football Program at the high school level
    2. Using conflict resolution strategies with at-risk youth
    3. Supporting academics through athletic participation

2. Current resume with professional preparation (include employee number, if a District employee)

3. A list of three (3) professional references with their contact information, including your current administrator, a teacher, and a parent/community member.

Submit materials via Email to: Jennifer Baxter, Assistant Principal, jag4588@lausd.net

Diego Rivera Learning Complex

6100 S. Central Ave

Los Angeles, CA 90001

323-846-2007

DEADLINE DATE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 2019

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Posted by: Jennifer Baxter
Published: 12/11/18




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Posted by: Jennifer Baxter
Published: 8/3/18




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WBL PLAYERS – 2018 TRAILBLAZER RECIPIENTS – WOMEN’S BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME

 

The WBL (Women’s Basketball League) is the 2018 recipient of the Trailblazer Award and will be inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame (WBHOF) in Knoxville, Tennessee on June 9, 2018. Your very own WANDA SZEREMETA was part of a league that was the first in women’s professional basketball.

These women made a conscious effort to lay the template that would eventually launch other fledgling leagues, the ABL, and current WNBA. The WBL was a product of many who came before them. Many young women played on AAU teams, traveling exhibition teams, club teams, and in any forum that allowed them to showcase their skills. After Title IX in 1972, girls were afforded athletic scholarships and opportunities to play in college. They took full advantage of this new legislation and the race was on. Girls’ sports grew exponentially and no longer remained in the shadows. It was also the 1976 Olympic Basketball Team that helped shine a spotlight on the women’s game, and the stage was set for a professional league. The WBL contributions are numerous, and while the league and each individual player may not be household names, their legacy is cemented in the history of women’s basketball.

The work and accomplishments of these pioneers have a direct influence on today’s game, and they are the epitome of the mandate for the Trailblazer Award.

 

For more information on the induction and other events please visit the WBHOF website. The induction will be streamed on ESPN June 9, 201

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Published: 6/2/18




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Posted by: Jennifer Baxter
Published: 5/10/18