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Boys Tennis Varsity Assistant Coach

  • 19 Jan 2024 2:31 PM
    Message # 13303468

    The Buckley School is a dynamic, nurturing learning community committed to equity and inclusion, and as such, seeks to hire talented employees with diverse backgrounds.

    The Buckley School is seeking a qualified Varsity Assistant Coach to lead the boy’s tennis team. Responsibilities may include helping to organize and run practices, scheduling and coaching at games, scouting and overseeing individual and team conditioning workouts, compiling statistics, administering basic first aid, and other duties as required. This position will be responsible for driving players to practices and competitions in a school-provided van.

    This is a temporary position from late October to June.


    • Previous coaching or competitive tennis experience at the high school or collegiate level
    • Bachelor’s degree
    • Experience coaching girls’/boys’ teams
    • Clean driving record
    • Be outgoing and friendly
    • Enthusiastic for the sport


    $3,675 – $5,510


    Interested candidates should send their resume to In a cover letter/email please explain how you have included diversity, equity, and inclusion in your work with students or colleagues.


    The Buckley School proudly carries on the mission of its founder, Dr. Isabelle Buckley, who in 1933 set out to provide students with an education characterized not only by academic excellence, but also a sense of self-esteem, responsibility, and character. An independent, coeducational day school for students in kindergarten through grade 12, providing students with a program based on critical thinking, creative self-expression through arts, physical development, and moral education lies at the heart of Buckley’s ethos.

    At The Buckley School, faculty and staff believe in their students, see their capacity for growth, and nurture their ability to create and evaluate. Students are honored for their diverse backgrounds and admired for their ability to lead with empathy and courage. Inspired by its mission, Dr. Buckley’s Four-Fold Plan — education with equal emphasis on Academics, the Arts, Athletics, and Moral Education — and the Buckley Commitment of Honesty, Loyalty, Respect, Kindness, Self-Reliance, and Self-Discipline, faculty uplift students, partner with parents, and build community every day.

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