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Announcement of Certificated Job Opening

Personnel Office, 211 West Fifth Street, Ontario, Ca 91762 (909) 988-8511

Inside Only                                                                                                    June 13, 2024




The following coaching position is available at Los Osos High School for the 2024-2025 school year.  All applicants must complete a District Coaching Application and submit it to the Personnel Office.  Forms are available in the Personnel Office and on SharePoint under Personnel/Shared Documents/Employment Application. Deadline for receipt of application is June 20, 2024 at 4:00 P.M.


Competitive Cheer Coach:

Salary: $5,348.00 (Based on 2023-2024 Salary Schedule)



  • Possess a current CPR and First Aid certification.
  • Must possess the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other advisors and staff, school administrators, parents, and students.


Desirable Qualifications:

  • Previous experience working with Pep Squads.
  • Ability to create/evaluate/choreograph pep routines for events and competitions.
  • Possess a valid California Teaching credential.
  • Have experience of state, regional, and CIF regulations that govern the program; including but not limited to NFHS, AACCA, UCA, and USA spirit guidelines.



  1. Choreograph and/or teach cheer routines.
  2. Instruct cheerleaders regarding the rules, regulations, equipment, and techniques of the sport.
  3. Organize and run effective warm up, practices and games; attends tryouts, practices, games, competitions, and cheer camp.
  4. Assess student skills and assigns team positions.
  5. Supervise students at all times.
  6. With athletic director, maintain and communicate a regular practice schedule and organize practice time.
  7. Assume responsibility for the proper care of school facilities and equipment.
  8. Direct the assistant coach, if applicable
  9. Establish and maintain high standards for student behavior.
  10. Help plan and facilitate group and morale-building activities for the team, including an end-of-season banquet.
  11. Model positive and proper sportsmanship and respect for other cheerleaders, staff, officials, opponents, fans, and coaches.
  12. Organize and maintain required forms, equipment inventory, and other related records as provided by the athletic director.
  13. Conference with the athletic director and parents/guardians, as necessary, regarding student performance and/or discipline.