Founded in 1912, Park School is a non-sectarian, independent, coeducational day school with 830 students in pre-kindergarten through grade twelve. The school’s core values, rooted in progressive educational philosophy, sustain an unshakable belief in children’s capacity to enjoy learning, to act rationally, and to grow when inspired by highly qualified, caring teachers. A fundamental commitment to inclusiveness and equity guides all programs and activities.

The Position

The Park School Athletic Department is seeking candidates for a part-time coaching position assisting the Boys' Varsity Baseball team for the spring 2017 season.


  • Coaching and playing experience at the high school and/or collegiate level
  • Ability to work with and motivate students of all skill levels
  • Punctuality at practices and games
  • Consistent attendance at practices and games


Supporting the head coach with responsibilities including, but not limited to:

  • Enforcing school policies, including but not limited to: sense of fair play, integrity, accountability, dedication, and effort
  • Maintaining the school's progressive philosophy throughout the season, and developing and teaching programmatic systems consistent with the entire baseball program
  • Working in association with head athletic trainer in event of an injury
  • Planning and managing practices
  • Traveling to/from away games with team
  • Serving as mentor to current students
  • Attending parent-coaches pre-season meetings
  • Maintaining and exemplifying appropriate conduct towards officials, opposing coaches, and players

The position will run from February 27 to May 22.

Application Process

Resume and cover letter should be emailed to Director of Athletics Boys' Program Dia Clark at

The Park School does not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, ancestry, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, or any physical or mental disability unrelated to a reasonable performance of an employee’s duties.