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Become A Volleyball Coach

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Working As A Volleyball Coach

  • Performing General Physical Activities
  • Coaching and Developing Others
  • Training and Teaching Others
  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • Identifying Objects, Actions, and Events
  • Deal with People

  • Stressful

  • $31,000

    Average Salary

What Does A Volleyball Coach Do At City of Lakewood

* HOURS OF WORK
* Monday nights between 4:00 p.m – 7:00 p.m.
* Saturday morning between 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
* ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
* Have knowledge of current volleyball techniques.
* An ability to maintain the attention of youth in a sports setting.
* The capability to develop and implement an effective practice plan according to skill level and age for every training session.
* A willingness to prepare the gym for volleyball practice/game play, i.e. net setup.
* The ability to maintain conditions of the playing area as well as a safe and supervised environment.
* The capability to attend to minor accidents and emergency situations in a calm and effective manner.
* The readiness to act as a liaison between players, parents and programmer/coordinator.
* And an ability to work under minimal supervision while following program policies.
* IMPORTANT FUNCTIONS
* Demonstrate creative ability in age-appropriate class design.
* Demonstrate regular and reliable attendance.
* ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS
* Supervision Received:
* Receives general supervision from Program Specialist
* Sports.
* Essential Qualifications

What Does A Volleyball Coach Do At City of Billings

* Coaches must serve as a positive role model to players, parents, officials, and fellow coaches by following all rules and demonstrating good sportsmanship.
* Coaches must be able to teach volleyball skills through the use of planned practices and games at an appropriate level for each participant.
* Coaches must be able to organize the players to participate in games while providing a safe and enjoyable environment for all players, giving each child an equal opportunity to participate

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How To Become A Volleyball Coach

Coaches and scouts typically need a bachelor’s degree. They must also have extensive knowledge of the sport. Coaches typically gain this knowledge through their own experiences playing the sport at some level. Although previous playing experience may be beneficial, it is not required for most scouting jobs.

Education

College and professional coaches must usually have a bachelor’s degree. This degree can typically be in any subject. However, some coaches may decide to study exercise and sports science, physiology, kinesiology, nutrition and fitness, physical education, and sports medicine.

High schools typically hire teachers or administrators at the school for most coaching jobs. If no suitable teacher is found, schools hire a qualified candidate from outside the school. For more information on education requirements for teachers, see the profile on high school teachers.

Scouts must also typically have a bachelor’s degree. Some scouts decide to get a degree in business, marketing, sales, or sports management.

Other Experience

College and professional coaching jobs also typically require experience playing the sport at some level.

Scouting jobs typically do not require experience playing a sport at the college or professional level, but it can be beneficial. Employers look for applicants with a passion for sports and an ability to spot young players who have exceptional athletic ability and skills.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

Most state high school athletic associations require coaches to be certified or at least complete mandatory education courses.

Certification often requires coaches to be a minimum age (at least 18 years old) and be trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and first aid. Some states also require coaches to attend classes related to sports safety and coaching fundamentals prior to becoming certified. For information of specific state coaching requirements, contact the state’s high school athletic association or visit the National Association of State Boards of Education.

Although most public high school coaches need to meet these state requirements in order to become a coach, certification may not be required for coaching and sports instructor jobs in private schools.

Some schools may require coaches to have a teaching license and complete a background check.

Certification requirements for college coaching positions also vary.

Additional certification may be highly desirable or even required in order to become an instructor in scuba diving, tennis, golf, karate, or other individual sports. There are many certifying organizations specific to the various sports, and their requirements vary.

Part-time workers and those in smaller facilities or youth leagues are less likely to need formal education or training and may not need certification.

Advancement

To reach the ranks of professional coaches, a candidate usually needs years of coaching experience and a winning record at a college. Some coaches may not have previous coaching experience but are nevertheless hired at the professional level due to their success as an athlete in that sport.

Some college coaches begin their careers as graduate assistants or assistant coaches to gain the knowledge and experience needed to become a head coach. Large schools and colleges that compete at the highest levels require a head coach with substantial experience at another school or as an assistant coach.

Other college coaches may start out as high school coaches before moving up to the collegiate level.

Scouts may begin working as talent spotters in a particular area or region. They typically advance to become supervising scouts responsible for a whole territory or region.

Important Qualities

Communication skills. Because coaches instruct, organize, and motivate athletes, they must have excellent communication skills. They must effectively communicate proper techniques, strategies, and rules of the sport so every player on the team understands.

Decisionmaking skills. Coaches must choose the appropriate players to use at a given position at a given time during a game and know the proper time to utilize game-managing tools such as timeouts. Coaches and scouts also must be very selective when recruiting players from lower levels of athletics.

Dedication. Coaches must attend daily practices and assist their team and individual athletes in improving their skills and physical conditioning. Coaches must be dedicated to their sport, as it often takes years to become successful.

Interpersonal skills. Being able to relate to athletes helps coaches and scouts foster positive relationships with their current players and recruit potential players.

Leadership skills. Coaches must demonstrate good leadership skills to get the most out of athletes. They also must be able to motivate, develop, and direct young athletes.

Resourcefulness. Coaches must find a strategy and develop a game plan that yields the best chances for winning. Coaches often need to create original plays or formations that provide a competitive advantage and confuse opponents.

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Real Volleyball Coach Salaries

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Associate Women's Volleyball Coach Oregon State University Corvallis, OR Dec 27, 2012 $74,880
Associate Volleyball Coach (MEN) University of Hawaii Urban Honolulu, HI Jan 10, 2016 $58,716
Associate Volleyball Coach (MEN) University of Hawaii Urban Honolulu, HI Oct 01, 2015 $58,716
Art Teacher/Varsity Volleyball Coach St. Pius X High School, Inc. Houston, TX Jan 08, 2016 $51,145
Art Teacher/Varsity Volleyball Coach St. Pius X High School, Inc. Houston, TX Aug 01, 2015 $51,145
Physical Education Specialist and Volleyball Coach New Jersey Institute of Technology Newark, NJ Apr 01, 2012 $45,384
Professional Volleyball Coach Select Volleyball Academy, Incorporated Orlando, FL Feb 01, 2010 $41,531
Professional Volleyball Coach Top Select Volleyball Academy Corp Orlando, FL Feb 01, 2010 $41,531
Director of Residential Life/Volleyball Coach Texas College Tyler, TX Jan 15, 2015 $35,000
Women's Volleyball Coach St. Andrews Presbyterian College Laurinburg, NC Sep 01, 2010 $30,750

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Top Skills for A Volleyball Coach

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Top Volleyball Coach Skills

  1. Girls Volleyball
  2. Varsity Volleyball
  3. Practice Plans
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Coached Varsity and Freshmen Girls Volleyball
  • Volunteer assistant coach of the varsity volleyball team at Mt.
  • Construct practice plans, teach responsibility, perseverance, good sportsmanship, etc.
  • Helped prospective student athletes write recruitment letters to college programs, produced skills videos and instructed summer volleyball camps.
  • Inspired the girls to be hard workers and perform well academically and athletically by being a positive role model.

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