Thursday March 16, 2017
Red Bluff (CA): Red Bluff HS is looking for assistant football coaches at various levels of their program (Varsity, JV, Frosh). RBHS will have openings for the 2017-2018 academic year in the following areas: Math, Social Science, Science, and Counseling. Additional positions may come available as well. Visit www.edjoin.org for specific details. If interested email head coach Orlyn L Culp II with a resume at [email protected].
Beaver Local (OH): Beaver Local HS has possible assistant coach positions available. At this time there are not any teaching positions available. Please contact Coach Mike McKenzie at [email protected] if interested.
Franklin Height (OH): Franklin Heights is looking for a varsity quarterbacks coach in a spread offense. Please send resumes to head coach Cory Fenner at [email protected]
The King’s Academy (West Palm Beach, FL): The King’s Academy is a private, non-profit, college-preparatory, interdenominational Christian school. The mission of TKA is to graduate Christian leaders who seek to impact their world for the King of kings through academic excellence and spiritual vitality. TKA is accepting resumes and applications for Varsity Football Assistant Coaches, and Strength Coach. There are presently full time teaching positions available in Journalism, History, Chemistry, Physics, Athletic Performance Coach, and Director of Student Life. Candidates for the positions must exhibit a strong Christian testimony, successful experience as the head coach of a high school or college program, ability to motivate, teach, and desire to lead spiritually. Please visit this link to download a full time faculty application and send to Arlene Cushing (Human Resource Director) at The King’s Academy (8401 Belvedere Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33411). Resumes can also be sent to TKA Associate Athletic Director Chris Hobbs at [email protected].
Green County (MS): Michael King has replaced Johnny Ainsworth as head coach, per source.
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Smithfield (RI): Smithfield HS is looking for an volunteer running backs coach and linebackers coach. There may be a stipend contingent upon funding. Please email [email protected] with resume and references.
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Independence (NC): Brad Van Horn, the former wide receivers coach at Newton-Conover HS (NC) has been named offensive coordinator at Independence HS.
Hanahan (SC): Hanahan HS located near Charleston, SC is looking for a varsity offensive line coach with experience in a spread offense. We are a class AAA school with a good football tradition. Must be a certified teacher, all certifications will be considered at this time. We are also looking for Junior Varsity coaches in all positions. E-mail letter of interest and resume to Charlie Patterson at [email protected].
Salinas (CA): Steve Zenk has been named head coach, per source.
Ferndale (CA): Kim Jorgensen has decided to retire from the head coaching post.
Newton (GA): Newton HS is looking for an offensive line and defensive line coach. School has made the playoffs 5 consecutive years. History, Science, English & Math Openings. Possible Business Education. Please send resumes to [email protected].
Napa (CA): Head coach Troy Mott has stepped down.
Detroit Catholic Central (MI): Longtime assistant Dan Anderson has been promoted to head coach.
Jack Britt (NC): Jack Britt HS is looking for a defensive coordinator that will also serve as strength and conditioning coach. A teaching position and coaching stipend are available. All serious inquiries please send your resume to HC Brian Randolph at [email protected].
St. Francis de Sales (OH): St. Francis de Sales in Toledo, OH is looking for a defensive ends coach and running backs coach. All stipend positions. Please email cover letter, resume, and references to head coach Dan Chipka at [email protected].
Talladega (AL): Talladega HS, a 5A school, is looking for defensive line coach and linebackers coach with possible defensive coordinator duties for the right candidate. Contact Head Football Coach/Athletic Director Ted Darby (256)-589-0012.
South Cobb (GA): Terry Jones is the new head coach, replacing Sherrod Rainge.
San Antonio Brandeis (TX): Defensive coordinator David Branscom has been elevated to head coach.
— Doug Samuels (@CoachSamz) March 16, 2017
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