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High School Positions for 2022


Oregon

Canby High School

Canby Lacrosse is accepting applications for the positions of Varsity Head Coach and Junior Varsity Head Coach. These positions are paid positions within the Canby High School Lacrosse program. Canby Lacrosse is a membership cooperative non-profit including volunteer board members, student-athletes from Canby High School and surrounding rural area schools that do not have a lacrosse program for 1st-12th graders.

The responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Establish a professional and winning lacrosse culture while keeping a fun atmosphere that attracts and retains talent.
  • Management of team game and practice schedules in accordance with the Canby High School Athletic Department and Canby Lacrosse guidelines.
  • Willingness to recruit and refer qualified candidates for coordinator roles on the high school staff  
  • Organized and technically proficient developing team practice plans, individual skill assessments and player development, and game strategies
  • Attend all practices, games and tournaments
  • Consistent and clear communication with players and coaching staff
  • Instilling the values of sportsmanship and character on and off the field, conducting yourself professionally at all times
  • Assisting with practice planning and strategy with youth lacrosse coaches
  • Management of lacrosse equipment and assets

Qualifications:

  • Passion for lacrosse and working with high school and youth lacrosse players
  • Excellent leadership and communication skills
  • Ability to teach, motivate and evaluate high school student-athletes
  • Experience in high school coaching or playing lacrosse at a collegiate level
  • Positive attitude

For questions or to send a resume please email Kyle Millar at bkmillar2001@gmail.com
9/16/21

 

Oregon

Corvallis High School

Corvallis Lacrosse Club is seeking a Head Coach for the 2021/22 season.  Corvallis Lacrosse Club the high school lacrosse team for the Corvallis area - pulling players predominantly from Corvallis High and Crescent Valley High Schools. The club started in 2006 and has continuously sought to improve our program.  We have a strong team returning for the 21/22 season and look to build on significant year over year improvements.  We are seeking a head coach committed to the academic, personal, and athletic growth of all players.  This coach should be a person who will strive to develop young men of outstanding character while supporting the continuous development of their lacrosse skills. 

The Head Coach's primary responsibilities are from mid-January through late May-the period for which the Head Coach receives a modest stipend.  Some additional responsibilities, such as planning and outreach will occur during the off-season.  The possibility of off-season workouts should be considered as well.

For additional information on the position, please contact board president, John Evans, at corvallislacrossepresident@gmail.com.  This is a great opportunity to work with highschool student athletes who are excited to learn and grow as individuals and as a team.

 

Oregon

Sunset High School

Sunset Lacrosse is part of the Beaverton School District and a member of the Oregon High School Lacrosse Association Metro Conference. Sunset has a long history of success and a winning tradition. We are searching for a coach that can continue to develop our student athletes on and off the field.

POSITION OVERVIEW Working with the support of the Sunset HS Lacrosse Board, the Head Coach is responsible for developing all players (grade 9-12) on and off the field through a championship caliber environment, an open door for competition and development of skills, character and leadership at all levels.

Job Announcement / Description,
Job ApplicationPoint of Contact: Jim Kuroski 503-330-5443 kuroskij1115@gmail.com

 

Oregon

Tualatin High School

Tualatin High School Lacrosse is seeking a Boys Head Coach.  Tualatin is a well-established program with 4 Northwest Oregon Conference championships in the last 5 years.  A candidate must be willing and able to use positive coaching techniques to develop skills of players with a wide range of abilities while subscribing to the philosophy of our club. 

Preferred candidates will have high school/college playing experience as well as prior coaching experience.  Practices and games are typically weekday evenings, although there may be a few weekend games.  Philosophy of the program:
  1. Players have fun.
  2. Players want to come back and play the next year.
  3. Players/team improves over the course of the season.
  4. Players/team are accountable.
  5. Varsity team's goal is to be competitive/win games (while following items 1-4...)

All coaches are expected to fulfill OHSLA coaching requirements and a background check prior to the start of the season as well as attend every game and practice. 

Expectations of the Head Coach:
  • Lacrosse coaching experience and expertise in teaching sport-specific skills and strategy, and the ability to relate and communicate effectively, positively, and appropriately.
  • Build rapport with players and other coaches.
  • Demonstrate ability to teach, enforce, advocate and model appropriate behavior, character traits and educational values to student athletes.
  • Communicate with players/parents on practice dates, times, etc.
  • Lead in scouting and development of game plans.
  • Lead film study
  • Respect rules of the game, coaches, players, and officials at all times regardless of situation
  • Value the development of the complete athlete through discipline, motivation, strong communication skills, and fairness; all players should understand the importance of good sportsmanship, teamwork, dedication, and hard work.
  • Work and communicate with the board and board president to improve program operations.
  • Communicate regularly with parents over the season so that everyone knows the coaches' near-term goals and the feeling of the staff as to how the team is performing
  • Attend all practices, games, and team activities.
  • Ride bus to all games (as practical)
  • Work with Youth to develop program including at least 2 "workshops" per year.
  • Provide youth coaches with summaries of appropriate drills for that age group.
  • Build rapport with TuHS athletic staff, including football coaches.

There is a competitive salary available for the right coach to fill this position.  Please send letter of interest and coaching resume to: lboatsman23@gmail.com

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