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Vicksburg High School Head Football Coach 
VHS Head Football Coach Interview 2018
Rubric Code: HX9BC7C
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Subject: Education  
Type: (Other)  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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Personal Reflection

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Describe your previous coaching experience? What makes you a qualified candidate for this position?
Personal Reflection

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Candidate does not provide a response.
Fair

Candidate's response is vague.
Good

Candidate provides some idea of what it is like to be coached by them. Candidate is not able to provide specific examples
Excellent

Candidate can articulate what it would be like to be coached by them. Candidate is able to give examples along with how in their description.
Questions

What is it like to be coached by you? How would others describe their experience playing for you?
Personal Reflection

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Your Philosophy - Why do you coach?
Personal Qualities

Poor

Candidate is not reflective in nature and is only able to cite strengths they can offer the program.
Fair

Candidate is reflective in nature but isn't able to tell how these items will impact the program.
Good

Candidate is able to cite strengths and weaknesses and how they will impact the program but doesn't tell how they will work to address their weaknesses.
Excellent

Candidate is reflective and is able to cite examples of positive and negative items which they will use to foster and grow the program. They also address how they will handle their weaknesses.
Questions

Tell us your strengths and weaknesses that you will bring to the program.
Personal Reflection

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What will your team "hang their hat on?" what will define your team's play?
Personal Reflection

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Where have you gained your influence from? "Why do you coach the way you do?"
Program Vision

Poor

Candidate demonstrated no long-term plans or goals fro program. Candidate does have goals but not clear evidence of how they will move to accomplish.
Fair

Candidate has some ideas of future for program, but did not specifically express what the goals are with ways to implement.
Good

Candidate has direction of goals for program and a plan to achieve desired goals.
Excellent

Candidate has detailed plans for goals and vision of program and provides explanation with evidence how they will be accomplished.
Questions

Describe three short term goals for the program if you were selected the head coach. Looking ahead, describe three long term goals for the program.
Program Vision

Poor

Candidate is able to cite which is most important and explains why.
Fair

Candidate cites qualities with reasons why those are important.
Good

Candidate cites qualities with reasons why they are important. They explain how these qualities will make their program successful.
Excellent

Candidate cites qualities with reasons why they are important, describe how they will impact their program and how they are used to impact the community as well.
Questions

What's more important to you as a coach, winning games or building a program?
Program Vision/Leadership

Poor

Candidate is able to cite qualities but does not explain why.
Fair

Candidate cites qualities with reasons why those are important.
Good

Candidate cites qualities with reasons why they are important. They explain how these qualities will make their program successful.
Excellent

Candidate cites qualities with reasons why they are important, describe how they will impact their program and how they are used to impact the community as well.
Questions

What are the most important criteria that you will look for in a member of the Vicksburg High program? (Players, coaches, etc.)
Transition, Philosophy, Conflict

Poor

Candidate does not demonstrate organized, detailed thoughts in the area of how they will move ahead with their ideas.
Fair

Candidate demonstrates some evidence of having a plan in this area.
Good

Candidate demonstrates the ability to talk in detail of their plan as well as provide some examples.
Excellent

Candidate provides a clear concise plan with evidence of how it will be accomplished.
Questions

Describe how you will handle transition in a short time period.
Transition, Philosophy, Conflict

Poor

Candidate does not demonstrate organized, detailed thoughts in the area of how they will move ahead with their ideas.
Fair

Candidate demonstrates some evidence of having a plan in this area.
Good

Candidate demonstrates the ability to talk in detail of their plan as well as provide some examples.
Excellent

Candidate provides a clear concise plan with evidence of how it will be accomplished.
Questions

How will you handle athletes who question you and feel that the previous way is better than yours?
Transition, Philosophy, Beliefs

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How would you describe a superior teacher/coach?
Coaching Expectations/Staff

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Candidates has some knowledge of roles among staff.
Fair

Candidate has detailed knowledge about what is expected from the staff and also from them as the leader of the staff
Good

Candidate has clear expectations with well defined roles for each of the coaches.
Excellent

Candidate has outlined roles with expectations gives examples to what each coach is expected to do to be successful on the staff.
Questions

One of your first challenges will be building a coaching staff. What characteristics are important to you as an assistant coach? What can your assistant coaches expect from you?
Coaching Expectations/Roles & Respo

Poor

Candidate has some knowledge of roles among the staff.
Fair

Candidates has detailed knowledge about what is expected from the staff and also from them as the leader of the staff.
Good

Candidate has clear expectations with well defined roles for each of the coaches.
Excellent

Candidate has outlined roles with expectations and gives examples for what each coach is expected to do to be successful on the staff.
Questions

How will your staff be organized and what roles will they have? Once assembled what would your first staff meeting sound/look like?
Strategic/Technical Philosophy

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What is your strategic and technical philosophy of football and give some details to your offensive and defensive philosophies that you would employ here at VHS?
Coaching Expectations

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At 3:00 p.m., if I walk out to the facility behind the school what will I see in the average practice day for the 9th - 12th grade football program, what will it look like? Then.... describe the elements of an effective practice? Walk us through a typical varsity football practice.
Employment

Poor

Candidate has no response.
Fair

Candidate has some vague ideas.
Good

Candidate has solid ideas and cites examples of how to deal with this obstacle.
Excellent

Candidate has detailed ideas and cites examples of how they will enhance student moral as it pertains to athletics.
Questions

Describe how you will have an impact on campus as a campus leader and what ideas do you have to enhance student moral as it pertains to athletics.
Conflict Management

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How will you ensure that student-athletes from VHS will display a positive sportsmanship-type image/identity of our program?
School Community Partnership

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What strategies do you use in communicating with your athletes and their parents?
School Community Partnership

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How would you describe your past relationships with parents/boosters?
School Community Partnership

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What would be the top three agenda items at your pre-season parent/athlete meeting?
School Community Partnership

Poor

Candidate has no experience with this and is unable to create a rapport with parents, staff, school, and community Does not cite ways to get people to buy in.
Fair

Candidate has experiences to cite and is able but not confident to create a rapport with parents, staff and community. Has limited ideas how to get people to buy into vision.
Good

Candidate has experience and is adequate in creating a rapport with parents, staff, school, and community. Is able to cite changes and who they will accomplish.
Excellent

Candidate has experience demonstrated how to create a rapport with parents, staff, school and community, cites changes and ways to move to accomplish these ideas and given specific details how people will buy into vision.
Questions

In terms of the parents, staff and community and building a quality football program, what steps will you implement and how will you get everyone to "buy into" your vision?
Community Involvement

Poor

Candidate does not provide examples with evidence of how they will be accomplished to get the community involved.
Fair

Candidate has conventional ideas such as youth camps, and boosters but not ideas which are creative in nature.
Good

Candidate has examples of ideas which are creative to foster community involvement but shows little evidence of how they will be accomplished.
Excellent

Candidate has creative ideas of ways to involve the community with evidence to show how they will be accomplished.
Questions

Please share with us, some of the ideas that you came up with which will motivate the community, and generate excitement in what you are trying to build and start with the 2018 season of Vicksburg High School Football.
Community Involvement/Athletes

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Questions

What is your philosophy of youth involvement in our community and how do you see yourself being involved in with our youth program?
Media/Team Communication

Poor

Candidate does not cite examples of how to maximize exposure for his team through the media.
Fair

Candidate cites some ideas of how to get exposure for their team through the media.
Good

Candidate cites a variety of manners, ideas they have which would generate interest in the players and maximize their exposure..
Excellent

Candidate understands the importance of making sure kids feel valued, and cites examples of how this will occur and the need to use the media to bolster as many individuals as possible.
Questions

Every newspaper has pre-season and other press releases for fall sports and most specifically football. What do you feel is most the most important thing that you can do in those releases and how would you use them to benefit your team?
Media/Team Communication

Poor

Candidate does not cite examples of how to handle to communicate effectively after an undesired outcome.
Fair

Candidate understands the importance of how to deal with this situation after a tough game and cites examples of how to do so.
Good

Candidate cites a variety of ideas of how to deal with the media and his players after a tough loss which fosters team unity and growth.
Excellent

Candidate is ale to reflect on what would be needed to help the team grow and learn from the tough loss as well as recognizing the importance of handling the media in a way that doesn't reflect poorly on him or his team.
Questions

After a tough game that resulted in a tough loss, as a result of staff error, describe how you would handle the media, handle the dejected team in the locker room?
Coach/Principal Communication

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Describe your views on the relationship between the head coach and the school principal in terms of communication and building a positive school culture.
Eligibility/Academic Growth

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Describe your plan to ensure student-athlete growth. Includes plans for working with teachers, support personnel, tutorial sessions, etc.
Employment

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Being a head football coach is a huge responsibility. How do you manage your time between coaching, job and family life?
Employment

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What would be the highlight of playing in your program? What do you want kids to take from your program? - "The Purpose - Not the Goal"




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