About the Role
The AD would be required to plan athletic programs to implement each week at program. Athletic plans can be implemented by the AD and/or provided to program managers to implement on their own. This curriculum should focus on but not be limited to:
1. Various healthy physical fitness activities children can complete on their own or with their family.
2. Learning how to play a new sport.
3. Working with children on athletic character traits.
The AD is expected to be at various LE3 locations running physical fitness classes in the preschool, after school programs, and spend time at the Main office creating lessons/planning. Responsibilities might include but are not limited to:
1. Maintaining and keeping track of all sports equipment and keeping the gym area clean at each
2. Spend time creating a weekly plan, athletic units, and tips and tricks for staff to implement on their
3. Work closely with program managers and directors to see what types of athletics would best fit into
Below is a list of trainings that the AD must obtain in order to work for LE3:
1. CPR/First Aide
2. If at a Catholic School VIRTUS Training must be completed and stay current.
3. We have one mandatory training for all staff that can be completed online.
4. Any continuing education or professional development opportunities that pertain to athletics.
Job Overview: To teach children on various physical activities, sports, and gross motor skills. The AD is encouraged to instruct, motivate, and lead the groups in various forms of exercise and physical activities.
Qualifications: The Athletic Director must have the following experience:
A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field.
Experience working in childcare, with children, and/or teaching.
Specific experience working with children in a sports related environment.