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The following opportunities are available:
Head Track and Field Coach
Woodside Priory is looking for a Head Track and Field Coach for the upcoming Track & Field season this Spring. Candidates ideally have
previous coaching experience or extensive experience as an athlete in sprints, jumps, or throws. The former head coach will stay on as a
distance coach and is available to help ease the transition. This is a stipended position. Practices are everyday after school, generally
beginning at 4pm, and meets will include weekday league meets and weekend invitationals. The team is usually around 40 boys and girls with a mixture of mostly beginner athletes with some higher-level athletes as well. This Summer, construction will be finishing up on a new track facility.
Woodside Priory School is an independent, Catholic, college preparatory school in the Benedictine tradition. Our mission is to assist students in becoming lifelong learners and stewards who will productively serve a world in need of their gifts. Priory competes in the West Bay Athletic League in the Central Coast Section.
Please contact Mark Stogner, Director of Athleticsat firstname.lastname@example.org
We appreciate your interest in Woodside Priory School. We are an independent Benedictine, Catholic, college preparatory school for grades 6-12, committed to the highest standards of education and to the development of each student's intellectual, emotional, social, and spiritual potential. We believe that our Benedictine values of spirituality, hospitality, integrity, individuality and community are made real in a school in which every student is known and loved.
We take pride in attracting highly qualified competent people who share our vision of education. When selecting new faculty, we look for teaching experience, advanced degrees, subject matter competency and communication skills. In addition, we seek people who want to share our Benedictine values and our strong sense of community.
The hiring process begins with the applicant sending a cover letter and resume. If we have an opening in your area, our first contact with you will be a phone interview, which may be followed up with an interview at school with one of our academic administrators. Top candidates for the position will be invited to school for more interviews with other members of the community and will teach a demonstration lesson. References are required.
We look forward to meeting with you and introducing you to our community of learning.
302 Portola Rd
Portola Valley, CA