Under the direct supervision of the school's Head Coach, the PE+ Coach is responsible for supporting and leading, excellent quality structured PE+ classes and recess activities while building positive relationships with students and staff in the Redwood City schools.
Qualifications and Requirements
Minimum of high school degree or equivalent. 0-1+ years teaching/coaching experience.
Commits to working 5 days a week at scheduled school arrival and end times and attends all required trainings throughout the school year.
Well organized and prepared to teach classes.
Friendly, asks questions, takes a genuine interest, remember names and other details.
Interacts respectfully with students, staff, and coaches of all ages and levels of employment.
Creative, flexible and adaptable in a changing teaching environment.
Duties and Responsibilities
Assists in running a 30-50 minutes PE+ class for kindergarten-5th grade.
Responsible for reviewing and implementing PE+ set curriculum and Health Huddles.
Knowing students/staff names and building relationships.
Able to work together cohesively with a team and collaborate to make the best experience for your classrooms.
Manages conflict immediately, respectfully, privately and directly.
Understands PE+ mission, vision, values and school rules/policies.
Performs other relevant duties assigned by the supervisor (timecards, subbing, etc.)
Provides safety instruction and checks on equipment and field areas to ensure the overall safety of students. Responds to emergency situations appropriately.
Equipment Care & Maintenance
Sets up and takes down/stores equipment appropriately; after each class, ensures the space is clean and ready for the next class/recess to begin.
Updating the head coach as equipment needs change due to activity planning and/or wear and use.
Removes all damaged and/or defective equipment immediately and notifies supervisor.
Assist in maintaining neatness and cleanliness of PE+ storage room and school.
This job requires a person to be outdoors for the majority of the time.
Must be able to stand, and move around for hours at a time.
Must be able to lift and transport up to 30 pounds of equipment.
This job requires setup and breakdown of equipment throughout the day.
Be able to demonstrate proper form for exercises and skills.
Salary and Benefits
$16-18 per hour based on experience, responsibilities, and performance evaluation.
Complimentary Peninsula Community Center individual membership.
Candidates with a B.A. degree may qualify for an additional $500 monthly stipend by registering for a California Substitute Teaching Permit through the San Mateo County Office Of Education. (PE+ will provide step by step instructions for signing up once the candidate is selected)
Monday-Friday, 22-29 hours per week. Hours may vary depending on the school calendar.