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Head Women's Soccer Coach, Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory
March 11th, 2008 9:18PM
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Requirements:  Playing Experience and or knowledge of the sport is required.  Previous high school coaching experience is preferred.  Must be available during after school hours (2:00-7:00) and weekends.

Salary: $4600 for the season( Oct 20th 2008- Mar. 1, 2009)  

Employment Opportunities: Full or part time positions (teaching, professional staff, classified staff)

School Data:  Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory is a Catholic, coed high school of 1200 students run the auspices of the Christian Brothers, Daughters of Charity and the Archdiocese of San Francisco.  We are a culturally diverse, college preparatory high located in the heart of San Francisco.

Application Procedure:  If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a complete resume with references and letter of application that contains full information of your coaching qualifications to:


Phil Freed Athletic Director
Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory
1055 Ellis Street
San Francisco, Ca. 94109

Applications will also be accepted via email at phil.freed@shcp.edu
 
Application Deadline: Until position is filled



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