Athletic Director/Head Football Coach


  • Provides guidance, support, and direction for each school sports program
  • Schedules and allocates time for field, court, track, weight room, locker room, and other athletic facilities
  • Coordinates officials, referees, ad empires for competition
  • Mediates disputes between coaches, students, parents
  • Works with school administrator to ensure compliance with TAPPS regulations, other governing agencies, and school and  diocesan protocols
  • Creates and cultivates an environment whereby young women and men can participate in competitive sports in an atmosphere of teamwork, cooperation, and competitive spirit
  • Fosters a prayer life in the lives of young athletes and promotes respect for others
  • Serves as a role model
  • Implements and monitors the Diocesan Safe Environment protocol for all coaches, volunteer coaches, and student athletes for all sports programs
  • Checks periodically the athletic facilities for the safety of all students
  • Serves and maintains athletic equipment for safe and reliable competition
  • Serves as a liaison to colleges and university athletic programs
  • The AD will evaluate each coach in collaboration with the principal
  • The AD will hold all coaches and volunteer coaches accountable for behavior and conduct consistent with the teaching of the Catholic Church, on campus and otherwise, at all times
  • The AD will participate in ongoing professional development and training with experienced ADs serving Catholic schools


  • Planning and organizing skills
  • Knowledge and legal liability
  • Public Relations
  • Staffing and Personnel and Management


  • Bachelor’s degree in education, Sports Medicine, or Kinesiology
  • Experience in coaching and mentoring high school students
  • The AD may be required to teach 2-3 instructional classes each day


  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Submit to employment required screening, criminal background and drug screening
  • Complete certification in Safe Environment training provided by the Office of Safe Environment and Child and Family Resources
  • Position requires adherence to all diocesan policies and procedures


Until filled.

All interested candidates must download an employment application from the Diocesan website and send in the completed application with resume and brief statement of educational philosophy to:


Diocese of Corpus Christi
c/o Edith Balderas, Office of Human Resources, [email protected]; Dr. Rosemary Henry, Superintendent, [email protected]; and Priscilla Vela, Interim Principal, [email protected]