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Athletic Director and PE Teacher Salary Range: $47,000-80,000

Holy Family Catholic School (South Pasadena)






General Responsibilities

  • Provide for the spiritual, moral, physical, emotional, and intellectual development of the children of Holy Family Catholic School
  • Help live, instill and motivate the Philosophy and Mission of Holy Family Catholic School
  • Utilize Core Instructional Practices in lessons
  • Maintain a professional, charitable, and respectful relationship with all members of the Holy Family community
  • Be present in school and available for all assigned duties and important sports events, especially championship games which occur on Saturdays and Sundays
  • Work to establish an inclusive environment where all children are valued and respected
  • Establish and maintain effective discipline, while maintaining children’s self-worth and dignity
  • Teach sportsmanship
  • Ensure children are safe and always in range of sight
  • Teach and enforce safe behaviors
  • Teach acceptable behavior and ensure students act appropriately
  • Communicate effectively, letting classroom teachers, principal and parents know if issues arise
  • Be proactive regarding any incidents of bullying or situations where students are not getting along
  • Return calls, emails, and other correspondence with parents within a 48 hour period
  • Learn to use new technology and incorporate it in related duties
  • Work with colleagues to enforce the dress code
  • Plan and execute faculty-student volleyball game
  • Adhere to the Faculty Handbook, the Parent Student Handbook, and the Archdiocesan Administrative Handbook
  • Carry out duties in a responsible manner regarding curriculum, co-curricular activities, safety, and other assigned tasks
  • Adhere to all policies regarding:
    • Credentials
    • Contractual agreements
    • First Aid Certification
  • Participate in the school Safety Committee and supervise emergency preparedness:
    • Inventory items in the Emergency Shed
    • Ensure each classroom has all necessary emergency-related items
    • Replace emergency items when necessary
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


  • Providing guidance and direction for a school’s sports program
  • Preparing budgets and allocating spending on items such as coaches’ salaries, team travel, equipment purchases, and facility upkeep
  • Coordinate with coaches about the scheduling of games and practices
  • Collaborate with conferences and leagues about scheduling issues
  • Coordinate officials and umpires at games
  • Write summaries of the status of each team and its successes and shortcomings, sharing these with the Principal
  • Act as a community liaison, ensuring fairness during practices and games
  • Mediating any disputes that arise between students, coaches or parents. Inform the Principal of said issues and follow-up in a timely manner.
  • Attend all faculty meetings, in-service days, retreat days, Back to School Night, Graduation and other after school events as requested by the Principal
  • Secure off-campus facilities for practices and games
  • Schedule all games or contests
  • Secure volunteer coaches and ensure they meet the coaching certification requirements of the CYO: fingerprinting, VIRTUS, PLC class, and concussion education
  • Ensure officials have been assigned to games
  • Budget for- and purchase athletic equipment and arrange for payment for referee fees, playoff fees, registration fees, coaching stipends, permit fees, etc., with permission of the Principal.
  • Maintain the athletic portion of the school website by collaborating with the Director of Communications.
  • Attend all league or CYO meetings
  • Update and maintain the school’s Athletic Handbook
  • Ensure compliance with the Athletic Handbook
  • Be proactive ensuring students are in grade and behavioral compliance for sports participation


  • Plan for a balanced physical education program using appropriate standards, agreed upon curriculum guidelines and lesson plans which will be shared with the Principal via Planbook
  • Differentiate lessons for the developmental needs of students
  • Take the initiative in calling, and setting up appointments with parents regarding the progress of their child
  • Evaluate students based on PE Standards for the State of California
  • Submit lesson plans electronically or in print by 10:00 am the first day of every week via Planbook
  • Keep curriculum monitoring sheets up-to-date and be able to submit them to the principal at the end of the year.


  • Maintain safe, good walking order as students move throughout the grounds
  • Make certain students exit to outdoor recess or to their teachers in a safe and orderly manner
  • Actively supervise lunch and recess


Other Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree


  • Teaching Credential
  • Experience in organizational management

Qualified applicants should submit their cover letter, resume, letters of recommendation (1 from a recent supervisor preferred), and contact information for 3 professional references to

Wage Range
The rate of pay offered to the selected candidate is based on internal pay policy and budget. New hires are commonly paid at the minimum of the wage range or within the lower part of the range. We consider a number of factors when making compensation decisions including, but not limited to, skill sets, experience, training and other department needs.

Information/Application Contact

Holy Family Catholic School (South Pasadena)

1301 Rollin St.

South Pasadena, CA 91030