Overview

Job Description Summary:

The Athletic Director contributes to the fulfillment of our mission to graduate young men and women of well-formed Catholic Christian character, virtue, holiness, and living faith who serve every segment of civil and ecclesial society with excellence. The Athletic Director provides leadership by example and administers a program which will allow students to have an opportunity to participate in extracurricular athletic activities that will foster physical skills, a sense of worth and competence, a knowledge and understanding of the pleasures of sport, and the principles of fair play, all in a way that enhances the mission of Bishop Thomas K. Gorman Catholic School.

 

Personal Responsibilities:

The Athletic Director will understand the significance of being profoundly Catholic and will maintain the highest standards of ethics, conduct and professional performance and practices toward colleagues, parents and students of Bishop T. K. Gorman Catholic School, the larger community, and among competing schools. The Athletic Director will create an atmosphere which will nurture these qualities among all members of the coaching staff, students, and school community as a whole. They will be responsible for all functions related to athletics and may have fundraising responsibilities as well.

Qualified applicants must complete an online application (ABOUT tab, Employment, at www.bishopgorman.net) and email a cover letter, three letters of reference, a resume, and a statement on teaching philosophy to John Kimec (jkimec@bishopgorman.net).

The position begins July 1, 2023.

 

To apply for this job email your details to jkimec@bishopgorman.net

About Bishop Gorman Catholic School

About Bishop Gorman
Founded in 1958, Bishop Thomas K. Gorman Regional Catholic School is a college preparatory
school. It is an educational ministry of the Catholic Diocese of Tyler led by Bishop Joseph
Strickland. The sixth through twelfth grade school provides a rigorous academic experience
within a caring community and culture infused with the values informed by Christian faith.
Bishop Gorman strives to graduate young men and women of well-formed Christian character
and living faith who can serve every segment of both civil and ecclesial society. They should be
prepared to become the future leaders of excellence and virtue whom the Church and the Nation
need. This is accomplished through rigorous academic instruction offered by master teachers
who are living examples of an integrated Christian faith and life.