Employment listings are a service of the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools, and are posted as a courtesy to both TAPPS schools and individuals. For accuracy of information contact the individuals or TAPPS schools directly. Please contact the TAPPS office at [email protected] if you would like to post an announcement here. When your position has been filled/found please notify the TAPPS office and reference the posting date so this page will remain accurate. Postings will be removed after 60 days.

 

Positions Available

John Paul II High School-Plano is looking for a qualified Sports Information Director with also an opportunity to assistant coach a sport.
Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree preferably in communications, journalism, film production or sports management/marketing.
  • Expected to work extended hours, early mornings, late nights, weekends and holidays during athletic seasons.
  • Must be able to lift up to 50lbs, travel on a bus for an extended period of time, and must be able to stand on feet outside for a long period of time.
  • Must be able to work on a team, and adjust to schedules that may change.
  • Outdoor sports may require employee to work in heat or cold conditions.
    Responsibilities
  • Responsible for collaborating, developing, implementing and executing the Department of Athletics storytelling strategy.
  • They are primarily responsible for coordinating the department’s efforts to produce video content that will be distributed through all of JPII’s digital channels.
  • Their focus is on content for social media accounts but video needs also include marketing/advertising pieces and video board features.
  • Develop and produce creative content optimized for sharing.
  • Create a video content strategy that drives consumption.
  • Constantly research best practices to ensure strategy is in-line with audience trends.
  • Capture video footage at select JPII athletic home games and events.
  • Travel with athletic teams to away games or special activities as necessary.
  • Develop event scripts for home contests and assist with various gameday functions. Work directly with coaches and staff to create sport-specific engagement and marketing plans.
  • Oversee the production of all video board content, highlight and hype videos, presentations and visuals for coaches and staff members.
  • Oversee department’s social media efforts, including management of the main athletics accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tik Tok, and new and emerging social media platforms.
  • Support and promote conference (TAPPS) and (TAPPS) playoff opportunities as teams qualify.

If interested please send a resume to [email protected]
posted 5/17/22

St. Michael’s Catholic Academy
Austin, Texas
Position Available: Head Track and Field Coach
Summary of Position:
The school seeks a Head Track and Field Coach who is involved in the community and dedicated to carrying out the mission of the school. This position is a part-time, exempt staff position. This position will report to the Athletic Director. The coach will work seasonally as needed for the sport assigned.

Job Details:

  • Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  • Organize distance practices for the Track and Field program
  • Schedule practices and invitational for Track and Field program
  • Attend all Track and Field Meets
  • Develop season long as well as individual workout plans
  • Oversee Track and Field conditioning program 
  • Oversee distance program for Track and Field team
  • Communicating with student-athletes/ parents weekly
  • In charge of uniform inventory and distribution, end of season storage and inventory
  • Ensure consistency and relative uniformity in the implementation of and execution of Track and Field 
  • Learn and adhere to rules specific to TAPPS Track and Field competition
  • Advocate on behalf of deserving players eligible for postseason awards/accolades and collegiate scholarships
  • Attend district and state coaches meetings as required
  • Evaluating performance and providing suitable feedback, balancing criticism with positivity and motivation
  • Assessing strengths and weaknesses in a participant’s performance and identifying areas for further development
  • Adapting to the needs and interests of group or individual participants
  • Effectively communicating instruction
  • Demonstrating an activity by breaking the task down into a sequence
  • Encouraging participants to gain and develop skills, knowledge and techniques
  • Ensuring that participants train and perform to a high standard of health and safety at all times
  • Inspiring confidence and self-belief
  • Developing knowledge and understanding of fitness, injury, sports psychology, nutrition and sports science
  • Acting as a role model, gaining the respect and trust of the people you work with
  • Working to a high legal and ethical standard at all times, particularly in relation to issues such as child safeguarding and health and safety requirements

Required Experience, Degree, and Skills:

  • Prior years coaching or athletic experience is preferred
  • Organization and time management skills
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills
  • Positive attitude towards students, staff and faculty

Please apply at the following:  https://csssmca.sentrichr.com/#Sm9iT3BlbmluZ3N8fA==
Email resume to Caitlin Fegley [email protected] and Cooper Land [email protected]
posted 5/17/22

Lakehill Preparatory School (TAPPS 3A) is now accepting applications for the following coaching positions for the 2022-23 school year: 

  • Varsity Girls Soccer – head coach
  • Varsity Girls Basketball – head coach and assistant coach 
  • JV Boys Basketball / Varsity assistant 
  • Middle School Basketball 
  • Middle School Girls Softball – head coach 
  • Middle School Track
These are part-time stipend only positions or can be paired with the following teaching fields: 
  • 5th grade math and Algebra I
  • English I and AP Literature 
Experience at a small school and/or private schools is preferred, but not required. A CDL license is a plus. Please email resumes to Athletic Director Jhoana Cayme-Mosley at [email protected]
No phone calls please
posted 5/17/22

Athens Christian Preparatory Academy is currently searching for a Boys Basketball Coordinator/Coach.
The coach should:
~Provide a long-term plan for program advancement in your sport; responsible for implementing the plan vertically for all teams for grades 7 to 12; plan should include off-season and summer development goals and opportunities
~Routinely meet with coaches, student-athletes, and parents to ensure awareness and understanding of the athletic department’s vision to redeem sports for Christ
~Lead conflict resolution between parents, coaches, and student-athletes on your team
~Meet with prospective families whose children have an interest in your sport
~Oversees and develop high school and middle school basketball programs.
This is a stipend position only at this time.
Please contact Athletic Director (Ronnie Raines) and email resume if interested.
903.288.8445
[email protected]
posted 5/12/22

St. Agnes Academy, an all-girl private high school in Houston, Texas, has earned 109 State titles in athletics and annually competes against some of the best private and public schools in the state. We offer 13 different sports during three seasons and have more than 500 students involved in at least one of our 36 teams.
We are looking for a PE/Health teacher who can assist in at least two of the following sports: Cross Country, Volleyball, Basketball, Field Hockey, Lacrosse, Track.
(Avg. HISD/FBISD pay scale, plus competitive coaching stipends and great benefits)
Apply here: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/Recruiting/Jobs/Details/1089773
posted 5/12/22

Summit Christian Academy (Cedar Park, TX), is now accepting resumes for the following coaching position:

  • Head Boys Basketball Coach
This position is could be attached to a full-time teaching position (if available) or may be stipend-only.  Salary (if applicable) commensurate with experience and stipends competitive with the area.  Previous varsity basketball head coaching/experience coaching at a private school is preferred but not required.  Qualified candidates please send cover letter, resume and any other related materials to [email protected]

    posted 5/12/22

    Lucas Christian Academy (TAPPS 3A) is now accepting applications for the following Positions for the 2022-23 School Year: 

    • Head Boys Basketball  
    • Basketball varsity assistant 
    • Head Softball  
    • Middle school baseball 

    All interested applicants should send an updated resume to: Harry Everett, Director of Student Service and Athletics, [email protected]  
    We are looking for experienced candidates to fill these stipends only positions.

      posted 5/12/22

      Trinity Christian Academy 

      (TAPPS 6A) has several seasonal coaching opportunities available. Our mission for Trinity Christian Academy athletics is to utilize various sports to grow young men and women to become champions for Christ and others. We are looking for coaches who share this mission to help us fulfill our biblical calling. Our coaching positions are offered on a seasonal basis. Please visit our Career Opportunities page to view open positions, access the online application and see where you could have a place at Trinity Christian Academy.

        posted 5/11/22

        The Brook Hill School-Bullard

        • Asst. VB-Asst. Track/Athletic Department Assistant
        • Assistant Volleyball Coach-Assistant Track Coach.  Middle School & Upper School
        • Athletic Department Assistant (Athletic Marketing & Event Planning)
        • Parent Volunteer Hours Coordinator

          This position is designed for a person who is a self-starter, innovative, and works well with other Athletic Department Assistants on group projects while having the ability to work individually utilizing the skills of time management, organization, and creativity.

          This is a full time position. 

          A degree from a 4-year College or University is required.

          A Teacher certification is not required.

          Salary is commensurate with experience and a Health Benefit Plan including Health Insurance is paid for the individual.

        posted 5/11/22

        New Braunfels Christian Academy ( TAPPS 3A) is now accepting applications for the following Positions for the 2022-23 School Year:

        • Varsity Defensive Coordinator plus potential second sport.
        • Varsity Girls Head Basketball Coach plus potential second sport.
        • Varsity Head Baseball Coach plus potential second sport
        Teaching Field(s) Available:
        High School History, Math, and Spanish
        Middle School English and 6th Grade
        Qualified candidates, please click on the link to apply: CAREERS | New Braunfels Christian Academy (nbcatx.org) Fill out the Teacher Application and Note what coaching position you are applying for. 

        For the 2 head coaching positions, head coaching experience is preferred, but not required.
        For the football coordinator position, coordinator experience is preferred, but not required.
        A strong faith walk is extremely important, as it is one of our core values as a school.
        Experience in a small school and/or private school environment is preferred, but not required.
        CDL is a plus.
        If you have any questions about the opening, please email John Bronkhorst, Athletic Director/Head Football Coach: [email protected]
        No Phone Calls Please

        posted 5/9/22

        Sacred Heart in Muenster- TAPPS 2A is seeking a candidate to fill the opening of our Girls Basketball Head Coach. There is potential for both full and part time teaching positions to be included. Candidates may inquire with our Principal Nisa Lagle at [email protected] or Athletic Director Cody Wilson at [email protected] 
        posted 5/9/22
        Cornerstone Christian Academy – Granbury would like to post a job opening for a Varsity Volleyball Coach.  Please let me know if there is a form to fill out or if you just need the information below.
        Cornerstone Christian Academy – Granbury is seeking an experienced, Christian, Varsity Volleyball Coach for the upcoming 2022-2023 season.  The candidate for this position needs to be well-versed in all aspects of volleyball, be able to teach and instruct effectively and must be available for all practices and games, both home and away.  This is a stipend position.  If you are interested please contact Neil Struikmans AD [email protected]

        posted 5/6/22

        Azle Christian School is seeking a qualified Christian candidate to lead our Varsity & MS girls basketball program.
        Azle Christian School’s mission statement is to “provide a Christ-centered, educational environment that equips students to develop character, demonstrate competence, and discover their calling.”
        This will currently be a stipend only position.
        Please send your resume and letter of interest to Lead Pastor [email protected] and AD/HFC [email protected].

        posted 5/6/22

        The Atonement Catholic Academy (San Antonio, TX) 

        • The Atonement Catholic Academy strives for excellence in the physical, the intellectual and the spiritual virtues through a challenging course of classical and Catholic education. The Atonement Catholic Academy’s Athletic Program aligns with the mission of the school and is designed to support the development of our athlete’s intellectual, spiritual, and physical virtues. The athletic staff works year round to form student-athletes into young men and women of integrity, character, and physical excellence.

        TACA is now accepting applications for the following position for the 2022-23 School Year:

        • US 6-Man Assistant Coach, Offensive or Defensive Coordinator plus second sport. Could possibly add Head Middle School Football Coach with the right candidate. Additional stipend will be added for MS Football. This is a part-time stipend only position but with possibilities to a full-time position if there are openings. Candidate reports to athletic director and head coach.
        • Qualified candidates, please email a letter of interest and resume with references to Carlos A. Miranda, Athletic Director: [email protected] 

        posted 5/5/22

        Regents School of Austin
        Varsity Girls Head Basketball Coach/Program Director
        Regents is looking for a varsity girls head volleyball coach. The coach should:
        Provide a long-term plan for program advancement in your sport; responsible for implementing the plan vertically for all teams for grades 7 to 12; plan should include off-season and summer development goals and opportunities
        Routinely meet with coaches, student-athletes, and parents to ensure awareness and understanding of the athletic department’s vision to redeem sports for Christ
        Lead conflict resolution between parents, coaches, and student-athletes on your team
        Meet with prospective families whose children have an interest in your sport
        Season starts September 15 and runs through February. 5-6 days a week for practices and games. Oversees high school and middle school basketball programs.

        This is a part time, stipend only position. If interested please e-mail Assistant Athletic Director Michael McCollum at [email protected]

        posted 5/4/22

        Brazos Christian School welcomes qualified applications for the following positions:
        Full-time – Bible Teacher
        Stipend – Head Varsity Football Coach
        The above positions can be combined for a candidate that is well qualified.
        At Brazos Christian School, we seek to engage employees who…
        • Love God and others
          • People who recognize their own sinfulness and neediness of a Savior.
          • People who see others as sheep needing a Shepherd.
        • Follow Jesus authentically and energetically
          • People who have experienced the unconditional love of Jesus and are not cynical or sarcastic.
          • People who have experienced such forgiveness that they readily forgive others. 
        • Relate to others in ways that honor God
          • People whose cups are full enough to handle challenges well.
          • People who are honest in admitting their need for growth. 
        • Genuinely like kids and their parents
          • People who care for every student every time.
          • People who remember that we are partnered with parents and the local church.
        • Are team players  
          • People who desire to serve the whole school, not just their own class.
          • People who do not complain. 
        • Are responsible
          • People who perform routine tasks routinely, correctly, and well.
          • People who communicate professionally and caringly. 
        • Are good instructors who like to teach
          • People who know and love their subject matter and their students.
          • People who remember what it was like to “not get it” and who strive to meet the unique needs of each child.
        • Are committed to Truth, Wisdom, and Virtue
          • People who value, read, and submit to the Bible as God’s inspired and infallible Word.
          • People who desire to know God and to make Him known by word and deed. 

        To apply please visit our website to submit an application at www.bcseagles.org

        posted 5/4/22

        The Highlands School in Irving is seeking qualified applicants for our Athletic Director position. THS is a PK-12 Catholic College Preparatory School whose mission is to endow our students with an education to face the world and the formation to change it. We accomplish this in a Christ-Centered community.

        The Athletic Director role is a full-time position with a broad array of responsibilities including:

        • Establishing and executing the Strategic Direction of our Athletic Program
        • Management of coaching staff – (Hiring, Supervision, Training and Forming)
        • Administration of all teams – (Registration, Eligibility, Scheduling, Transportation)
        • Maintaining league relationships – TAPPS/DPL (Compliance, Administration)
        • Athletic Facility Management – (Maintenance, Scheduling)
        • Athletic Equipment/Supplies – (Purchasing, Maintenance)
        • Event Management – (Concessions, Gate, Scoring, Referees, Trainers, Volunteer Coordination)
        • Ongoing Maintenance of the Athletic Website
        • Developing and Maintaining Lines of Communications with our Parents
        • Operating the Athletic Program within the Established Budget
        • Hosting End of Year Sports Banquets

        As our mission intentionally permeates our athletic program, therefore we are looking for candidates that are committed to forming young Christians through athletics. Qualified candidates will be expected to live their lives in a manner that is consistent with the mission of our school. Experience in athletics administration is required. Additionally successful applicants will have:

        • Proven organization skills
        • Experience in formation/supervision of coaches
        • Strong communication skills
        • The ability to build effective relationships
        • Coaching experience

        Qualified candidates should send a resume to Steve Wright, Director of Human Resources [email protected].

        posted 5/4/22

        Poetry Community Christian School (Terrell) is looking to hire its new Head Boys Varsity Basketball Coach. This is a stipend only position. Interested candidates should contact Athletic Director James Valle at [email protected] or 305-586-5039.

        posted 5/4/22

        Live Oak Classical School (TAPPS 3A) is looking to fill the following positions for the 2022-2023 school year:
        Athletic Admin Assistant (part-time and coaching can be added)
        Facilities/IT Coordinator (full-time)
        PE Teacher (part-time with coaching one or two sports)
        Various Coaching Positions (part-time/stipend) (baseball, basketball, cross country, football, soccer, tennis, track and field, volleyball)
        Please send resumes to the Athletic Director, Brice Helton, at [email protected].

        posted 5/3/22

        Grace Prep in Arlington, Texas is seeking a qualified applicant for our varsity girls head volleyball coach. The mission of athletics at Grace Prep is to train student-athletes to glorify God with their bodies, minds, and spirits (1 Corinthians 10:31), to develop a Christian character that will serve them throughout their lives, and to foster community at the school through the offering and support of athletic events. The coach should:

        • Provide a long-term plan for program advancement in your sport; responsible for implementing the plan vertically for all teams for grades 7 to 12; plan should include off-season and summer development goals and opportunities
        • Christian who possess a strong commitment to living out a Biblical Worldview, implementing leadership development, and remaining aligned to the mission and vision of Grace Prep.   
        • Lead conflict resolution between parents, coaches, and student-athletes on your team
        • Season starts August 1 and runs until November. 5-6 days a week for practices and games. Oversees high school and junior high volleyball programs.

        This is a part time, stipend only position. Math, Science, English, Social Studies openings in Secondary.  If interested please email Athletic Director Josh Duke at [email protected]

        posted 5/3/22

        Greenville Christian is looking to fill a full/part time position as an assistant 6 man football coach and computer teacher.  

        Teaching degree is preferred but not a must.  Looking for young Christian coach willing to learn and help mentor Young men. 
        The new hire would need to assist in other sports along with conditioning, offseason, summer workouts and powerlifting.
        The new hire will be the assistant football coach to Coach Larry Uland-7 time 6 man state Champion.  
        We are looking to fill this position as quick as possible.
        Contact AD Ricky Basye with any questions (5017439597)

        posted 5/3/22

        Covenant Christian Academy in Colleyville (between Dallas/Fort Worth) is accepting resumes for the following coach positions:

        • Head of Program for Swim (Boys and Girls) –  Looking for someone with junior high and high school age experience who knows and loves the game but also is discipleship driven who can coach, build a program, and be a leader for our athletes on and off the field of play. This would be a stipend position.
        • Assistant Volleyball Coaches – Looking for someone with high school age experience who knows and loves the game but also is discipleship driven who can coach, build a program and lead our girls on and off the court. This would be a stipend position.
        • Assistant Football Coaches – Looking for coaches on both sides of the ball.

        Colleyville Covenant is a special place and we are looking for full and part-time (stipend) coaches who demonstrate a passion and commitment to Christ and also excellence in academics and athletics. Submit resume to [email protected]

        We are currently hiring for the following positions that can be coupled with a coaching position:

        • MARKETING DIRECTOR (Full Time) 
        • AP/Dual Credit Biology (Part Time with potential Full Time schedule)
        • HIGH SCHOOL MATH TEACHER (Part Time with potential Full Time schedule)
        • HIGH SCHOOL SPANISH TEACHER (Part Time with potential Full Time schedule)
        • HIGH SCHOOL ACADEMIC SUPPORT TEACHER (Part Time with potential Full Time schedule)
        • MIDDLE SCHOOL LATIN TEACHER (Full Time)
        • EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHER PreK 3 or PreK 4 (Full or Part Time)

        Resumes for full-time work should be sent to [email protected] ;

        Coaching resumes should be sent to [email protected]

        posted 5/2/22

        Vanguard College Preparatory School  is seeking a candidate to fill the openings of Varsity Volleyball Head Coach and Varsity Football Head Coach (6-man).  

        These are stipend/part-time positions.

        To express interest in this position, please contact Athletic Director, Will Curtis at [email protected]  Please include your resume with your communication.

        posted 5/2/22

        Temple Christian School in Fort Worth seeks qualified applicants for the following positions:

        • Assistant Athletic Director. The candidate must be a born-again Christian who is committed to the mission of the school, and possesses the experience, dedication and expertise to organize and help lead the athletic program from middle school through high school.
        • Head Varsity Track Coach/Assistant Football Coach. The candidate must be a born-again Christian who is committed to the mission of the school, and possesses the experience, dedication and expertise to organize and lead the track program from middle school through high school. The position could be attached to a full-time teaching position or may be stipend-only depending on the candidate.

        The teaching positions available are Secondary Math, Social Studies, Bible or English. 

        Please submit your resume to Steve Hohulin, Athletic Director at [email protected].

        posted 4/29/22

        Our Lady of the Hills College Prep is a Catholic, college preparatory school, located in Kerrville, Texas.  OLH shares the mission of the Catholic Church to hand down the teachings of Jesus Christ.  OLH is a community whose vocation is to educate and form the mind, body and spirit of our students.
        OLH College Prep invites applications for the following positions for the 2022-23 school year (these are part-time STIPEND ONLY positions):

        • Assistant Defensive Football Coach (Six-Man)
        • Assistant Volleyball Coach
        • Assistant Basketball Coach
        • Head Cross-Country Coach 
        • Head Baseball Coach 

        Highest priority is given to candidates with a college degree and experience at high school level. OLH College Prep prides itself with offering very competitive stipends, while working at OLH College Prep requires a commitment to the mission and values of the school, as well as an enthusiasm for contributing to its co-curricular programs. 

        Responsibilities: 

        • Applicants for the position should have experience coaching a highly competitive level of high school aged students in the respective activity. 
        • Possess a superior knowledge of the sport assigned including, but not limited to, knowledge of training and conditioning techniques that are applicable. 
        • Positive and strong communication skills with parents, players, and athletic department. 
        • Equip the players in training drills during the practice sessions.
        • Perform assistant coaching duties for the varsity teams.
        • Schedule & organize practice sessions.
        • Work in conjunction with the Athletic Director in the scheduling of game and events.
        • Possess effective leadership and coaching skills.
        • Highly organized and attention to detail.
        • Must possess a valid drivers’ license and a Class B CDL License with School and Passenger Bus endorsement. 

        Preferred Qualifications

        • College degree preferred (not required depending on experience)
        • 2-3 years of coaching in a high school system

        General Information

        • Part-time stipend position (can be Full-Time if teaching opening’s match) 
        To Apply: Please send resume, and cover letter to [email protected]

        posted 4/29/22

        Fort Worth Christian
        Varsity Football Defensive Line Coach

        Send resume to:  Nate Sanford at [email protected]

        Reports to:  Director of Athletics
        Length of Contract:  This is a stipend position.
        Officially – Football Season      Unofficially – Year round
        Summary:  Fort Worth Christian seeks Christ-following, experienced, dynamic Varsity Defensive Line Coach.
        Responsibilities Include But Are Not Limited To:   

        • Position coach for the Varsity Defensive Line
        • Sunday afternoon staff meetings (in-season) to help develop the weekly game plan
        • Be a film-studier
        • Help develop the Middle School Defensive Line Coach
        • Your share of staff duties as assigned by the Head Coach

        Expectations:

        Long-Term, Program Development Focus – We expect coaches to always think in terms of what is best for the overall development of the program, not just what is expedient for the moment.  

        Code of Conduct – Coaches are one of the most significant components of the athletic program and therefore must be Christian role models who are committed to fulfilling the mission of the school, desire to disciple our student-athletes, serve their families, and who are knowledgeable in their sport.  Mentoring, development, care, and safety of our student-athletes are the most important responsibilities of our coaches.  Because the behavior of a team can reflect the coach’s own manner, attitudes, temperament, and approach to athletics, coaches shall conduct themselves in a way, both on and off the field, that brings positive recognition to God, Fort Worth Christian School, their team, their sport and themselves.  Instruction and correction, while demanding and informed by high standards, should be positive.  Coaches should never intentionally embarrass or demean student-athletes as a method of teaching.  The same high standards of preparation, organization, hard work, self-discipline, sacrifice and Godly behavior that coaches expect of players should be the same that are expected of coaches.  Coaches will model good sportsmanship and respectful attitudes toward officials and opposing teams in victory and defeat.  All coaches are expected to know the rules of the game and the rules/policies of TAPPS and their league.

        Be Certified – As a member of TAPPS (Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools), all high school coaches must be certified to coach.  This means that coaches must invest 5-10 hours each year before the start of the season to go through TAPPS required training and certification.

        Be a Master Teacher – This starts with a spirit of humility and a hunger to continually improve your craft as a coach.  Great coaches are master teachers.  Knowing “x’s and o’s” is one thing… getting players to execute at the finest level of detail requires a master teacher. 

        Be Present – Coaches are expected to attend all scheduled events (practices and games).  Coaches should arrive at practices and games early enough to set up equipment and the facility and greet their team prior to the scheduled practice.  Coaches should not leave the facility of a game or event until all student-athletes have left the premises, or have made prior arrangements with parents.  

        Be a Good Steward – Administratively, logistically, and operationally, high school athletics is a large undertaking.  Coaches need to keep all equipment, storage areas, locker rooms, weight rooms, fields, and gyms neat, clean, and secure.

        Communicate Well and Often – Being a great communicator with players is a must.  Proactive communication with players creates clear expectations and minimizes conflicts.  Communication with parents (as an assistant coach) should be cordial, but minimal.  Follow the head coach’s lead in this area.

        Care Greatly About Details – Coaches must be detail-oriented and organized.  Coaches who cannot care about the fine details should not expect a player to care about the fine details.  This includes practice plans, drills, game plans, post-game evaluations, playbooks, etc.  Assuming you have fine attention and care for detail, you can expect the same from your players.  Coaches get what they tolerate.

        Focus on the Process – All we can do and ask of our team is to prepare well, work hard and give great effort, while exemplifying the Lord in all we do.  Sometimes doing that produces a win, sometimes it does not.  We will not focus on the scoreboard or wins and losses.  Regardless of baseline talent, we will work to get better each day.

        Qualifications: 

        • Christ-follower first and foremost.  This is non-negotiable.  
        • College degree is preferable, but not required.
        • Prior experience as a Defensive Line position coach is preferred.

        posted 4/27/22

        Fort Worth Christian
        Varsity Boys Baseball Head Coach
        Reports to:  Director of Athletics
        Length of Contract:  Depends on part-time vs full-time
        Summary:  Varsity Head Coaches are the Program Directors for their respective sport.  Program Directors, in partnership with the Director of Athletics, oversee all teams and all levels in their sport.  This provides a firm foundation for program development.  The coach will strive to motivate and assist athletes, both in-season and out-of-season, to achieve their full potential as young men and as players.

        Responsibilities Include But Are Not Limited To:   

        • Plan – Written tryout and/or practice plans are required with no exceptions.  Written plans provide the coach the ability to be both productive and efficient.  A progression of skill development and conditioning improvement should be apparent from practice plans. 
        • Supervise – A coach must be physically present and provide supervision over a structured practice that is appropriate for the age and maturity level of players.  Coaches also need to supervise the condition, safe usage, maintenance and upkeep of equipment and facilities.
        • Assess Athlete Readiness for Practice and Competition – Coaches must be able to evaluate a student-athlete’s physical or maturational ability to compete.  If there is any doubt at all, the athlete should not compete until cleared by a medical physician.  Our school’s Athletic Trainer will not allow an injured or sick athlete to participate without medical clearance from the athlete’s physician.
        • Maintain Safe Playing Conditions – Coaches, full or part time, paid or volunteer, are considered trained professionals who possess a higher level of knowledge and skill that permits them to identify foreseeable causes of injury specific to a sport and inherent in defective equipment or hazardous environments.  Weather conditions are also a consideration here. 
        • Provide Proper Equipment – Coaches must ensure that all players are properly equipped with equipment that is appropriate for the age and maturity of the athletes and that is clean, durable and safe.  Fitting should be carried out in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications.  Athletes must wear protective equipment that is appropriate for the type and level of practice/playing activity.
        • Instruct Properly – Practices must be characterized by instruction that accounts for a logical sequence of fundamentals that consider the developmental level of the athlete and that lead to an enhanced progression of player knowledge, skill and capability.  In this regard, instruction must move from simple to complex, known to unknown.  Instruction must demonstrate appropriate and safe techniques and must include warnings about unsafe techniques and prohibited practices.
        • Match Athletes – Athletes should be matched against each other with consideration for maturity, skill, age, size and speed.  To the degree possible, mismatches should be avoided in all categories.
        • Condition Properly – Practices must account for a progression of cardiovascular and muscular-skeletal conditioning regimens that prepare athletes sequentially for more challenging practices and competitive activities.  Weather conditions should also be considered.
        • Provide Emergency Care – All coaches are required to be CPR and First-Aid certified.  Coaches are expected to know how to engage professional emergency personnel (911) if needed.  Coaches should know where automated external defibrillator (AED’s) are located on campus.
        • Other duties as assigned

        Expectations:

        Long-Term, Program Development Focus – We expect varsity head coaches to be committed long term to the development of our programs.  This means that the boys varsity head coach will invest time and energy into developing our coaches and players, starting in the 6th grade.  The ideal candidate possesses an ability to create a pre-season, off-season and summer schedule within TAPPS rules and school policies to maximize high school player development.

        Code of Conduct – Coaches are one of the most significant components to the athletic program and therefore must be Christian role models who are committed to fulfilling the mission of the school, desire to disciple our student-athletes, serve their families, and who are knowledgeable in their sport.  Mentoring, development, care, and safety of our student-athletes are the most important responsibilities of our coaches.  Because the behavior of a team can reflect the coach’s own manner, attitudes, temperament and approach to athletics, coaches shall conduct themselves in a way, both on and off the field, that brings positive recognition to God, Fort Worth Christian School, their team, their sport and themselves.  Instruction and correction, while demanding and critical, should be positive.  Coaches should never embarrass or demean student-athletes.  The same high standards of preparation, organization, hard work, self-discipline, sacrifice and Godly behavior that coaches expect of players should be the same that is expected of coaches.  Coaches will model good sportsmanship and respectful attitudes toward officials and opposing teams in victory and defeat.  All coaches are expected to know the rules of the game and the rules/policies of their league.

        Be Certified – As a member of TAPPS (Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools), all high school coaches must be certified to coach.  This means that coaches must invest 5-10 hours each year before the start of the season to go through TAPPS required training and certification.

        Be a Master Teacher – This starts with a spirit of humility and a hunger to continually improve your craft as a coach.  Great coaches are master teachers.  Knowing “x’s and o’s” is one thing… getting players to execute at the finest level of detail requires a master teacher. 

        Be Present – Coaches are expected to attend all scheduled events (practices and games).  Coaches should arrive to practices and games early enough to set up equipment and the facility, and to greet their team.  Coaches should not leave the facility of a game or event until all student-athletes have left the premises, or have made prior arrangements with parents.  

        Be a Good Steward – Administratively, logistically and operationally, high school athletics is a large undertaking.  Coaches need to keep all equipment, storage areas, locker rooms, weight rooms, fields and gyms neat and clean. 

        Communicate Well and Often – Being a great communicator with players is a given.  Varsity Head Coaches must also communicate effectively and routinely with parents.  Proactive communication with parents creates clear expectations and minimizes problems.

        Care Greatly About Details – Coaches must be detail-oriented and organized.  Coaches who cannot care about the fine details should not expect a player to care about the fine details.  This includes practice plans, drills, game plans, post-game evaluations, playbooks, etc.  Assuming you have a fine attention and care for detail, you can expect the same from your players.  Coaches get what they tolerate.

        Focus on the Process – All we can do and ask of our team is to prepare well, work hard and give great effort.  Sometimes doing that produces a win, sometimes it does not.  We will not focus on the scoreboard or wins and losses.  Regardless of baseline talent, we will work to get better each day.

        Qualifications: 

        • Christ-follower first and foremost.  This is non-negotiable.
        • College degree (if full-time); experience commensurate with this position
        • Having a CDL is a plus, but not required
        Please send your resume to Nate Sanford at:

        posted 4/25/22

        Fort Worth Christian
        Varsity Football Running Backs Coach
        Reports to:  Director of Athletics
        Length of Contract:  This is a stipend position.
        Officially – Football Season      Unofficially – Year round
        Summary:  Fort Worth Christian seeks Christ-following, experienced, dynamic Varsity Running Backs Coach.

        Responsibilities Include But Are Not Limited To:   

        • Position coach for the Varsity Running Backs group
        • Sunday afternoon staff meetings (in-season) to help develop the weekly game plan
        • Be a film-studier
        • Help develop the Middle School Running Backs Coach
        • Your share of staff duties as assigned by the Head Coach

        Expectations:

        Long-Term, Program Development Focus – We expect coaches to always think in terms of what is best for the overall development of the program, not just what is expedient for the moment.  

        Code of Conduct – Coaches are one of the most significant components of the athletic program and therefore must be Christian role models who are committed to fulfilling the mission of the school, desire to disciple our student-athletes, serve their families, and who are knowledgeable in their sport.  Mentoring, development, care, and safety of our student-athletes are the most important responsibilities of our coaches.  Because the behavior of a team can reflect the coach’s own manner, attitudes, temperament, and approach to athletics, coaches shall conduct themselves in a way, both on and off the field, that brings positive recognition to God, Fort Worth Christian School, their team, their sport and themselves.  Instruction and correction, while demanding and informed by high standards, should be positive.  Coaches should never intentionally embarrass or demean student-athletes as a method of teaching.  The same high standards of preparation, organization, hard work, self-discipline, sacrifice and Godly behavior that coaches expect of players should be the same that are expected of coaches.  Coaches will model good sportsmanship and respectful attitudes toward officials and opposing teams in victory and defeat.  All coaches are expected to know the rules of the game and the rules/policies of TAPPS and their league.

        Be Certified – As a member of TAPPS (Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools), all high school coaches must be certified to coach.  This means that coaches must invest 5-10 hours each year before the start of the season to go through TAPPS required training and certification.

        Be a Master Teacher – This starts with a spirit of humility and a hunger to continually improve your craft as a coach.  Great coaches are master teachers.  Knowing “x’s and o’s” is one thing… getting players to execute at the finest level of detail requires a master teacher. 

        Be Present – Coaches are expected to attend all scheduled events (practices and games).  Coaches should arrive at practices and games early enough to set up equipment and the facility and greet their team prior to the scheduled practice.  Coaches should not leave the facility of a game or event until all student-athletes have left the premises, or have made prior arrangements with parents.  

        Be a Good Steward – Administratively, logistically, and operationally, high school athletics is a large undertaking.  Coaches need to keep all equipment, storage areas, locker rooms, weight rooms, fields, and gyms neat, clean, and secure.

        Communicate Well and Often – Being a great communicator with players is a must.  Proactive communication with players creates clear expectations and minimizes conflicts.  Communication with parents (as an assistant coach) should be cordial, but minimal.  Follow the head coach’s lead in this area.

        Care Greatly About Details – Coaches must be detail-oriented and organized.  Coaches who cannot care about the fine details should not expect a player to care about the fine details.  This includes practice plans, drills, game plans, post-game evaluations, playbooks, etc.  Assuming you have fine attention and care for detail, you can expect the same from your players.  Coaches get what they tolerate.

        Focus on the Process – All we can do and ask of our team is to prepare well, work hard and give great effort, while exemplifying the Lord in all we do.  Sometimes doing that produces a win, sometimes it does not.  We will not focus on the scoreboard or wins and losses.  Regardless of baseline talent, we will work to get better each day.

        Qualifications: 

        • Christ-follower first and foremost.  This is non-negotiable.  
        • College degree is preferable, but not required.
        • Prior experience as a Running Backs position coach is preferred.
        Please send your resume to Nate Sanford at:

        posted 4/25/22

        Fort Worth Christian
        Varsity Football Wide Receivers Coach
        Reports to:  Director of Athletics
        Length of Contract:  This is a stipend position.
        Officially – Football Season      Unofficially – Year round
        Summary:  Fort Worth Christian seeks Christ-following, experienced, dynamic Varsity Wide Receivers Coach.
        Responsibilities Include But Are Not Limited To:   

        • Position coach for the Varsity Receivers group
        • Sunday afternoon staff meetings (in-season) to help develop the weekly game plan
        • Be a film-studier
        • Help develop the Middle School Wide Receivers Coach
        • Your share of staff duties as assigned by the Head Coach

        Expectations:

        Long-Term, Program Development Focus – We expect coaches to always think in terms of what is best for the overall development of the program, not just what is expedient for the moment.  

        Code of Conduct – Coaches are one of the most significant components of the athletic program and therefore must be Christian role models who are committed to fulfilling the mission of the school, desire to disciple our student-athletes, serve their families, and who are knowledgeable in their sport.  Mentoring, development, care, and safety of our student-athletes are the most important responsibilities of our coaches.  Because the behavior of a team can reflect the coach’s own manner, attitudes, temperament, and approach to athletics, coaches shall conduct themselves in a way, both on and off the field, that brings positive recognition to God, Fort Worth Christian School, their team, their sport and themselves.  Instruction and correction, while demanding and informed by high standards, should be positive.  Coaches should never intentionally embarrass or demean student-athletes as a method of teaching.  The same high standards of preparation, organization, hard work, self-discipline, sacrifice and Godly behavior that coaches expect of players should be the same that are expected of coaches.  Coaches will model good sportsmanship and respectful attitudes toward officials and opposing teams in victory and defeat.  All coaches are expected to know the rules of the game and the rules/policies of TAPPS and their league.

        Be Certified – As a member of TAPPS (Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools), all high school coaches must be certified to coach.  This means that coaches must invest 5-10 hours each year before the start of the season to go through TAPPS required training and certification.

        Be a Master Teacher – This starts with a spirit of humility and a hunger to continually improve your craft as a coach.  Great coaches are master teachers.  Knowing “x’s and o’s” is one thing… getting players to execute at the finest level of detail requires a master teacher. 

        Be Present – Coaches are expected to attend all scheduled events (practices and games).  Coaches should arrive at practices and games early enough to set up equipment and the facility and greet their team prior to the scheduled practice.  Coaches should not leave the facility of a game or event until all student-athletes have left the premises, or have made prior arrangements with parents.  

        Be a Good Steward – Administratively, logistically, and operationally, high school athletics is a large undertaking.  Coaches need to keep all equipment, storage areas, locker rooms, weight rooms, fields, and gyms neat, clean, and secure.

        Communicate Well and Often – Being a great communicator with players is a must.  Proactive communication with players creates clear expectations and minimizes conflicts.  Communication with parents (as an assistant coach) should be cordial, but minimal.  Follow the head coach’s lead in this area.

        Care Greatly About Details – Coaches must be detail-oriented and organized.  Coaches who cannot care about the fine details should not expect a player to care about the fine details.  This includes practice plans, drills, game plans, post-game evaluations, playbooks, etc.  Assuming you have fine attention and care for detail, you can expect the same from your players.  Coaches get what they tolerate.

        Focus on the Process – All we can do and ask of our team is to prepare well, work hard and give great effort, while exemplifying the Lord in all we do.  Sometimes doing that produces a win, sometimes it does not.  We will not focus on the scoreboard or wins and losses.  Regardless of baseline talent, we will work to get better each day

        Qualifications: 

        • Christ-follower first and foremost.  This is non-negotiable.  
        • College degree is preferable, but not required.
        • Prior experience as a Wide Receivers position coach is preferred.
        Please send your resume to Nate Sanford at:

        posted 4/25/22

        Frassati Catholic High School in Spring, TX is searching for several coaches for various sports:
        JV/Assistant Varsity Volleyball (August -November)
        Asst Varsity Football (August -November)
        JV/Assistant Varsity Girls Basketball (October-February)
        Head Varsity Boys Soccer (October-February)
        JV/Assistant Boys Soccer (October-February)
        Assistant Girls Soccer (October-February)
        All of these positions are stipend-only.  Candidates should complete the application at https://www.frassaticatholic.org/employment

        posted 4/20/22

        Grace Community School, a TAPPS 5A program located in Tyler, Texas, is accepting resumes for the positions of Varsity Assistant Football Coach. These positions can be full-time or part-time. Full-time positions would be combined with potential teaching positions in Mathematics, Educational Therapist, English, or Latin at Grace Community School. Candidates should have previous football coaching experience as well as experience in the relevant teaching fields. Offensive Line experience is preferred. Other position coach openings are also available potentially in full-time or part-time capacities. Please send a cover letter, resume, and any pertinent materials to Tim Russell, Varsity Head Football Coach, at [email protected]

        Grace Community School is a ministry of the Grace Community Church in Tyler, Texas, and is committed to educating students from a distinctively Christian Worldview. Applicants should be committed followers of Jesus Christ and active in their local church. GCS is recognized as an ACSI Exemplary Accredited School, a National Blue Ribbon School by the Department of Education, and is a founding member of the Council on Educational Standards and Accountability (CESA). Grace competes in the 5A Division of the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) and has finished first or second in the TAPPS Henderson Cup Sweepstakes (Athletics, Fine Arts, Academics combined trophy) for the past six years at the 5A level. Grace has finished in the top six in the Henderson Cup standings for 21 of the last 22 years and has won the Henderson Cup four times.

        Salary commensurate with experience, salary scale and stipends very competitive with area public school districts, plus full health insurance (paid for employee; discounted for spouse/dependents), and retirement. More information can be found at their website at gracetyler.org.

        posted 4/19/22

        Regents School of Austin
        Varsity Girls Head Volleyball Coach/Program Director
        Regents is looking for a varsity girls head volleyball coach. The coach should:
        Provide a long-term plan for program advancement in your sport; responsible for implementing the plan vertically for all teams for grades 7 to 12; plan should include off-season and summer development goals and opportunities
        Routinely meet with coaches, student-athletes, and parents to ensure awareness and understanding of the athletic department’s vision to redeem sports for Christ
        Lead conflict resolution between parents, coaches, and student-athletes on your team
        Meet with prospective families whose children have an interest in your sport
        Season starts August 1 and runs until November. 5-6 days a week for practices and games. Oversees high school and middle school volleyball programs.

        This is a part time, stipend only position. If interested please e-mail Assistant Athletic Director Michael McCollum at [email protected]

        posted 4/19/22

        First Baptist Academy (Dallas) is looking for a Head Varsity Volleyball Coach. This candidate needs to be an experienced high school volleyball coach with at least 3 years of volleyball coaching experience. The head coach will oversee the entire program from 6th to 12th grade and will also give input to our Saints Youth Sports Volleyball teams. We are looking for a person who loves the Lord, can develop players, will cast a vision for the program, and execute that vision.To apply, please send resume and cover letter to [email protected] with Head Volleyball Coach in the subject line of the email.

        posted 4/19/22

        Harvest Christian Academy is an ACSI accredited K-12th grade school. We are located in Keller which is just north of Fort Worth.
        Our mission statement. “To provide a Christ-centered, educational environment that equips students to develop character, demonstrate competence and discover their calling.”
        Working at HCA requires a commitment to the mission of the school.
        Harvest Christian Academy seeks qualified applicants for the following positions for the 2022-2023 school year:

        • Middle School Football (6 man)
        • Varsity Football (6man)
        • Middle School Girls Basketball and Varsity Girls Basketball ( Can be the same candidate or two separate coaches.)
        • Middle School Track and Varsity Track Coach ( Can be the same candidate or two separate coaches.)

        These are currently stipend only positions but full time opportunities are a possibility for the right candidates.   Please send resumes to Head of School at [email protected]

        posted 4/14/22

        Liberty Christian School is seeking an Executive Athletic Director who will bring seasoned expertise, a passion for shepherding student athletes, and an innovating commitment to excellence.  
        Located in Argyle, Texas, Liberty Christian School has a long tradition of school-wide excellence that extends to our Athletic Department and programs, highlighted by multiple state and national championships over its nearly 40 years of existence. 
        The Executive Athletic Director must be an evangelical Christian who possess a strong commitment to living out a Biblical Worldview, implementing leadership development, and remaining aligned to the mission and vision of LCS. Candidates must have experience in Athletic Administration and a minimum of five years of experience coaching and/or teaching. Interested candidates can apply at Liberty Christian Executive AD

        posted 4/14/22

        Fort Bend Christian Academy is looking for a Head Boys Basketball coach.  Highest priority is given to qualified candidates with a college degree and experience at high school level.  The qualified individual must be an evangelical Christian who is committed to the mission of the school, and possesses the experience, dedication and expertise to organize and lead the basketball program from middle school through high school. The position could be attached to a full-time teaching position if available or may be stipend-only depending on the candidate.  Interested candidates can apply at  https://fortbendchristian.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=227

        posted 4/14/22

        The Brook Hill School, located near Tyler, TX is searching for a qualified person to lead the tradition rich Lady Guard VB Program as well as serve as the Head Girls Track Coach.
        This is a full time position with a pay scale commensurate the qualifications and experience of the applicant.  Also included is paid Health Insurance for the Individual .
        This position is also associated with being an Athletic Department Assistant during the work day including but not limited to Athletic Marketing, directing sales of Athletic Merchandise, organization of special events, and Coordinator of parent volunteer hours.
        The Brook Hill School is a private, College Preparatory Christian School that is very competitive in Athletics.
        Brook Hill is a TAPPS Member Class AAAA School in good standing.
        Applicants do not have to be a certified teacher but do have to have a degree from an accredited 4 year institution.
        This position came open on 2-13-22 and will remain open until filled.
        Interested applicants should contact BH Athletic Director Wally Dawkins via email at [email protected]
        Interested applicants should visit the Brook Hill website at www.brookhill.org to learn more about the Brook Hill School, click on the Employment tab and begin the application process through our HR Department.

        posted 4/14/22

        Covenant Christian Academy in Colleyville (between Dallas/Fort Worth) is accepting resumes for the following coach positions:

        • Head of Program for Golf (Boys and Girls) –  Looking for someone with junior high and high school age experience who knows and loves the game but also is discipleship driven who can coach, build a program, and be a leader for our athletes on and off the field of play. This would be a stipend position.
        • Head of Program for Swim (Boys and Girls) –  Looking for someone with junior high and high school age experience who knows and loves the game but also is discipleship driven who can coach, build a program, and be a leader for our athletes on and off the field of play. This would be a stipend position.
        • Varsity Football Offensive Coordinator
        • Assistant Volleyball Coaches – Looking for someone with high school age experience who knows and loves the game but also is discipleship driven who can coach, build a program and lead our girls on and off the court. This would be a stipend position.
        • Assistant Football Coaches – Looking for coaches on both sides of the ball.

        Colleyville Covenant is a special place and we are looking for full and part-time (stipend) coaches who demonstrate a passion and commitment to Christ and also excellence in academics and athletics. Submit resume to [email protected]

        We are currently hiring for the following positions that can be coupled with a coaching position:

        • Marketing Director
        • High School Executive Assistant

        Resumes for full-time work should be sent to [email protected] ; coaching resumes should be sent to [email protected]

        posted 4/14/22

        Faith West Academy in Katy, TX is seeking qualified applicants for the coaching positions listed below.  All positions are part time and paid by stipend.  Coaching positions may be attached to full time teaching responsibilities if available. 

        • JH Volleyball coach “A” and “B” teams
        • HS Varsity Girls Basketball Coach
        • JH/HS Assist. Track Coach/Specialty and throwing coach
        • HS Varsity Baseball Head Coach

        All applicants should have a vibrant and personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
        Varsity head coaching applicants should have at least 3-5 years of head coaching experience at the high school or middle school level. 
        Sub-varsity and assistant coaching applicants should have at least 1-2 years of coaching experience.
        Possess a superior knowledge of the sport assigned including, but not limited to, knowledge of training and conditioning techniques that are applicable.
        To be considered for this position, please contact Athletic Director, David Adams [email protected]  Please include your professional resume in your expression of interest.

        posted 4/14/22

        Bishop Louis Reicher Catholic High School  Located in Waco Texas, looking for the following coaching positions.

        • Head Volleyball/Second Sport 3-5 years experience
        • Defensive Coordinator 3-5 years experience
        • Defensive LB/Offensive WR/RB  Coach available with other potential opportunities in other sports
        • OLine /Dline Coach/ Powerlifting
        • P.E. Coordinator
        • Head Boys Basketball/Cross Country

        Interest in Strength and Conditioning can be attached to any coaching position.

        All coaching positions could be Full Time or Stipend Only positions.  Candidates must have experience in the respective sport. 

        Teaching candidates need to be certified or working towards the respective teaching field.  Qualified candidates should email a resume with cover letter and references to Athletic Director, Billy Overshown.  [email protected]

        posted 4/14/22

        Ovilla Christian School, a TAPPS 2A program located in Ovilla (near Dallas), Texas, is accepting resumes for the positions below; however these can be coupled with teaching positions for the right candidate. 

        Coaching opportunities:

        • MS/V Assistant Football Coach (6-man)
        • JV Head Volleyball Coach
        • Tennis Coach (2023)
        • HS Golf (2023)
        • Assistant Track (2023)
        • Assistant Basketball Coach 

        Salary commensurate with experience and stipends are competitive with area public school districts and private schools similar in size, plus full health insurance, and retirement if the employee is full-time. 

        To be considered for this position you will need to be a Christian who is active in a church and growing in your relationship with Christ. The most important requirement is developing and coaching character that reflect Christ.  Please send a cover letter, resume, and any pertinent materials to Josh Johnson, OCS Athletic Director, at [email protected].  No phone calls please.

        posted 4/14/22

        Central Texas Christian School is looking for a full time teacher and baseball coach.  Three years teaching or professional experience in teaching field preferred; entry-level teachers will be considered. The qualified individual must be an evangelical Christian committed to living a Biblical lifestyle. The candidate is expected to demonstrate patience, humility, integrity, and kindness while performing his or her day to day duties. They must be devoted to prayerfully work with administration, faculty, families, and students. This full time teaching position is available in conjunction with full time coaching positions.  Apply online at www.ctcslions.com.  For more information contact Leif Johnston, Athletic Director at [email protected]  

        Teaching Positions:
        Certified English Teacher – Junior High
        Certified History Teacher – High School
        Certified English Teacher – High School

        Coaching Positions:
        Head Baseball
        Head Girls Basketball
        Head Boys Basketball

        posted 4/14/22

        St. John XXIII College Preparatory is a Catholic, co-educational, college preparatory school, located in Katy, Texas.  St. John XXIII shares the mission of the Catholic Church to hand down the teachings of Jesus Christ.  St. John XXIII is a community whose vocation is to educate and form the mind, body, spirit, and imagination of our students.

        St. John XXIII College Preparatory invites applications for the following Assistant Football Coaches: Defensive Line, Defensive Backs (Stipend Only but accepting applications for teaching positions that are posted online) Running Back (Volunteer)  Highest priority is given to candidates with a college degree. Working at St. John XXIII College Preparatory requires a commitment to the mission and values of the school, as well as an enthusiasm for contributing to its co-curricular programs.

        St. John complies with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) and considers reasonable accommodations that may be necessary to perform the essential functions of the job.

        Responsibilities:

        • Applicants for the position should have experience coaching a highly competitive level of high school aged students in the respective activity.
        • Possess a superior knowledge of the sport assigned including, but not limited to, knowledge of training and conditioning techniques that are applicable.
        • Positive and effective oral and written communication skills.
        • Equip the players in training drills during the practice sessions.

        Minimum Qualifications

        • Two to three years of coaching in a school system.

        Preferred Qualifications

        • College degree preferred

        General Information

        • Contract/stipend position
        • Position is not eligible for benefits

        To Apply: Please send resume, and cover letter to [email protected] with Assistant Football Coach in the subject line of email.

        posted 4/14/22

        Calvary Christian Academy in Fort Worth, Full Gospel, Spirit Filled, Christ centered 4K-12th grade TAPPS 3A school is looking for the following coaching and teaching positions for the 2022-2023 school year.  Each candidate must be a full gospel, spirit filled believer willing to be teachable and humble in the ways of the Lord.  As well as follow our mission: to partner with families to develop Kingdom leaders by equipping the whole student, Spirit, mind, and body, through presence-driven discipleship.  This must be seen in their daily walk as a teacher, coach, and believer in Christ. 

        Head High School Volleyball Coach
        This candidate needs to be an experienced high school volleyball coach with at least 3 years of experience as an assistant, head coaching experience a plus but not mandatory.  The head coach will oversee building a program from 5th grade to 12th grade.  We are looking for a person who can build young ladies in all 3 phases of life: their walk with the Lord, academic pursuits, and athletic endeavors.  We need a coach that loves volleyball, the weight room and spending time with the Lord.  This person will lead the summer program for our girls in Junior High and High School.  This position will be full time paired with one of the teaching fields below. 

         

        Teaching candidates need to be certified or working on emergency certification towards the respective teaching field.
        Teaching Positions:
        Elementary PE
        Middle School – Math, Science, History
        English – 9th, 10th grade

        Qualified candidates should email a resume with cover letter and references to Athletic Director, Mark Smith, at 
        [email protected].  Please no phone calls.

        posted 4/14/22

        Covenant Classical School in Fort Worth

        Job Description

        Assistant Varsity / JV Head Basketball Coach

        –       To oversee and lead the respective athletic team. This includes but is not limited to discipleship-minded strategies, servant leadership to athletes and families, conducting/planning practices, coaching at all games, communicating with parents, organizing games and transportation, setting up/tearing down for games, managing workers for home games and any other duties assigned to you by the Director of Athletics.  As the assistant coach, you will work closely with the head boys’ basketball coach. This is a stipend position only. This can be added to another position and vacancies can be found here:  https://covenantfw.org/employment/
        Please submit your resume to Athletic Director Jeremy Martin- [email protected]

        posted 4/4/22

        Positions Sought

        Mitchell Marquis

        My name is Mitchell Marquis, and I am looking for a head baseball position in the Houston area.

        I have been an assistant baseball coach for eight years now for three different schools.
        My previous coaching positions include being a student assistant baseball coach at the University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler All Saints assistant football and baseball coach, as well as coaching football, basketball and baseball at Danbury ISD. I am currently serving as an assistant varsity coach at Bay Area Christian school.
        Please email me for further information as well as my resume.

        Thank you,
        Mitchell Marquis
        [email protected]
        5/12/22

        Dalton Boyd

        I am looking for a coaching and teaching position in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. I began my coaching career at Calvary Christian Academy last August, where I coached the varsity wide receivers and defensive backs. I also helped to install plays and packages on the offensive side of the ball. Beginning in January 2022, I started substitute teaching at Calvary as well as multiple charter schools across Fort Worth. I gained experience in all grades from K-12th. I am hoping to find an elementary P.E. position coupled with coaching football, but I would be open to other teaching positions as well. I graduated from Angelo State University in 2021 with a B.A. in History. I have always wanted a career in the coaching and teaching field and I hope to continue that journey beyond 2022. I can send a resume and references upon request. 

        Thank you and God Bless. -Dalton Boyd

        Email: [email protected] Phone: 325-320-8562

        5/10/22

        Kevin Morning 
        I am interested in becoming a Head Track and Field Coach or an Assistant Track and Field Coach in a program close to Midlothian, TX (20 mile radius).  I have 26 years experience as an assistant coach and 3 years experience as the head coach.  My experience includes coaching sprints (100, 200, 400), horizontal jumps (long jump and triple jump), relays (400m, 800m, 1600m) and the 800.  I am familiar with developing a multi-faceted training program, overseeing a budget, ordering supplies/equipment and working with a diverse coaching staff.  I have been blessed to have coached several state meet qualifiers – boys, girls individual events and relays.  I desire to work in a setting where the gospel is not only shared verbally but is lived out boldly.  I am a recently retired physical education teacher (CA) so I can also serve as a substitute teacher on your campus.  References are available upon request.
        cell: (916) 591-0908
        Most recent coaching experiences include:
        2020-2021  Head Coach, Colleyville Covenant Academy, Colleyville, TX
        2014-2019  Assistant Coach, Vista Del Lago, Folsom, CA 
        2010-2014  Assistant Coach, Roseville High School, Roseville, CA
        2006 – 2009  Assistant Coach, Folsom High School, Folsom, CA
        1996 – 2004  Assistant Coach, Folsom High School, Folsom, CA

        5/10/22

        Thomas Mitchell McMullen

        I am looking for a boys basketball coaching position at a private school. I have just finished up my second year as the head assistant men’s basketball coach at Temple College in Texas (NJCAA REGION V). I feel I can make the biggest impact as a coach if I am at a school where my beliefs align with the mission of the school. I graduated from Southwestern Assemblies of God University where I played my college basketball and will complete my masters in Kinesiology this Fall from HSU.  I would love the opportunity to discuss any potential opportunities. Attached as well is a copy of my resume.

        210.323.3921

        4/20/22

        Andrew Pruitt
        My name is Andrew Pruitt. I am in my 12th year of coaching. While most of my experience lies in Basketball, I also have Cross Country, Tennis, and Track and Field experience. Along with coaching, I have 5 years of Athletic Administration experience at TAPPS schools. Currently living in the Katy/West Houston area, I’m looking for an Athletic Director opportunity where I can help build a new school’s Athletic program from scratch or help rebuild a struggling Athletic department. My resume and references are available upon request. You can reach me at [email protected]. Thank you.

        3/30/22

        Donavan Armendarez

        Full time Coaching/teaching position sought

        I am a 2nd year coach at Stanton ISD. My wife and are looking to move to the Lubbock area to be close to family and for a chance to plant our roots and grow. I would love the opportunity to be a coordinator in a 6 man or 11 man football program. I have been an assistant coach for the past two years and I am currently the head boys powerlifting coach. This year I called the defense for our 7th grade and the offense for our 8th grade. I have been the assistant offensive/defensive line coach for our varsity for the past two football seasons. I have also taught 7th Grade Texas History for two years. I have always been interested in being a part of a school focused on growing student athletes in the christian journey. I would love the opportunity to lead the athletes at a private school and be able to be a positive role model in life and sports. I would be honored to lead these athletes in their Christian Walk. Thank you all for your time and I am looking forward to hear from you all.

        [email protected]

        3/25/22