Job Duration: Full-time

Salary: 34,000-38,000

Minimum Education: Bachelor's degree

Minimum Experience: none


The Athletic Department has made the commitment to Love, Serve and Develop scholar-athletes physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially to provide an environment that teaches commitment, accountability, responsibility, discipline, and sacrifice. The Epiphany School of Global Studies believes that developing these qualities in our students best prepares them for life after high school. 

The Associate Athletic Director (AAD) must support the Athletic Director (AD) with leadership and management of all comprehensive athletics programs throughout Epiphany to include coordination of the Physical Education Department as well as interscholastic athletics.

Physical Education Instructor

  • Middle School (6th-8th) – two classes
  • Upper School (9th-12th) – two classes

In coordination with the AD, the AAD will execute the following strategic objectives:

  • Promote and project a culture of stability, consistency, clarity, strength, and pride in Epiphany Athletics among internal and external constituencies.
  • Identify opportunities and methods for improving the professional growth, support, and success of Epiphany Athletics staff and coaches.
  • Lead Epiphany toward a unified understanding of student life and learning that coordinates academics, arts, and athletics rather than separates these endeavors.
  • Ensure athletic programs are developmentally appropriate and in keeping with the school’s educational philosophy.
  • Represent Epiphany Athletics with Epiphany parents promoting the goals of the program, encouraging student participation, coordinating pre-season meetings and post-season evaluations, and supporting individual coaches and division administration through meetings with parents when questions/issues arise.

In conjunction with the AD, the AAD will execute the following tactical objectives:

  • Steward and enhance Epiphany’s athletic facilities and resources.
  • Expand athletic program offerings as warranted to increase personal growth and learning opportunities for Epiphany students.

Management responsibilities of the AAD include but are not limited to:

  • Ensuring compliance with all NCISAA interscholastic policies, procedures, and bylaws.
  • Providing administrative management for athletic events and teams.
  • Providing structure and guidance to parent volunteers.
  • Frequently attending Middle School and Upper School athletic contests.
  • Serves as the administrative game manager at sporting competitions throughout the year (except when coaching), or arranges administrative coverage when unable to attend due to unavoidable conflicts.
  • Attend scheduled athletic staff meetings.
  • Must have a valid CDL, or you must have the ability to obtain one.
  • Supporting 6-12th athletic teams and coaches through management and coordination of:
  • Practice sites (on and off-campus).
  • Uniforms and equipment, working with head coaches to manage and maintain uniform cycles, program inventory to ensure appropriateness, timeliness, and compliance.
  • Fee collection.
  • Transportation: Transports students, school equipment or travels for school business to alternate locations using a school or personal vehicle.
  • Field/Court set-up and preparation. 
  • Ensuring officials are secured and compensated for all home athletic events.
  • Ensuring game and practice schedules are completed appropriately and shared in a timely manner to include offseason evaluation periods, summer plans, and summer community athletic camps.

Prior working experience in an independent school setting is preferred. All Epiphany staff and coaches are expected to inspire scholar-athletes to reach their full academic and personal potential and develop healthy and lasting relationships throughout the Epiphany community. The successful candidate will demonstrate an established record of working closely with colleagues, parents, students, and peer schools. The AAD position requires relentless attention to detail, an aptitude for organization, and an eagerness to communicate clearly, consistently, and promptly. 

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