Varsity Basketball (Girls’), Head CoachEl Dorado Union High School District
Varsity Basketball (Girls’), Head Coach
Season: Winter 2017/18
Stipend: $3,756 for coaching season
Anticipated Site: Ponderosa High School
Preference will be given to candidates qualified for a teaching position. Secondary coaching experience preferred.
Applicants are requested to submit a letter of interest and resume to:
Tyson Escobar, Athletic Director
3661 Ponderosa Road
Shingle Springs, CA 95682
Phone: (530) 677-2281 ext. 2295
Fax: (530) 677-2299
THE DISTRICT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND COMPLIES WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, 1992. PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYEES WILL RECEIVE CONSIDERATION WITHOUT DISCRIMINATION BECAUSE OF RACE, RELIGION, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, ANCESTRY, AGE, MARITAL STATUS, PREGNANCY, PHYSICAL OR MENTAL DISABILITY, MEDICAL CONDITION, GENETIC INFORMATION, VETERAN STATUS, GENDER, SEX, OR SEXUAL ORIENTATION.
The El Dorado Union High School District is located in the Sierra Nevada foothills between Sacramento and South Lake Tahoe.
The District’s boundaries encompass 1,250 square miles, including a large portion of El Dorado County’s historic Gold Rush region. The area includes about 40 communities along the highway 50 corridor, including the towns of Placerville, El Dorado Hills, Cameron Park, Shingle Springs, Diamond Springs, Camino, and Pollock Pines. A variety of new and existing homes, many with acreage, are available at reasonable prices within the District.
Agriculture, tourism, and light industry are the area’s primary industries. The community is served by Los Rios Community College District, Sierra Community College District, Cosumnes River Community College, California State University at Sacramento, and U.C. Davis.
The District’s location and natural setting provide for exciting outdoor activities with the Sacramento River Delta on the western border, Lake Tahoe resort and ski area on the eastern border and the American River.
The District serves more than 6,700 students in grades 9 through 12 and is comprised of four comprehensive high schools, two alternative high schools, one charter high school, a Regional Occupational Program.