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Director of Athletics

Regents School of Austin

Classical. Christian. Community.

3230 Travis Country Circle, Austin, Texas 78735

Position Description

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JOB POSITION:                  Director of Athletics

REPORTS TO:                      Head of School

Regents School of Austin’s Department of Athletics has a passion and mission to use sports to redeem the hearts of athletes, parents, coaches and others to Christ.  We want to compete in a way that honors the Lord and points others toward Him, and will focus heavily on the process of competing well.  While shaping and developing character, we will work to maximize the talents, skills, and abilities that God gave each athlete for the benefit of the team.

Position Summary

The Director of Athletics reports to the Head of School and is responsible for the overall management and strategic direction of the Regents Athletic Department.

Duties & Responsibilities

The Director of Athletics is responsible for the success and advancement of the the athletic program.  Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:


Routinely meet with coaches, student-athletes and parents to ensure awareness and understanding of the athletic department’s vision to redeem sports for Christ

Lead in conflict resolution between parents, coaches, and student-athletes

Meet with prospective families

Personnel Management

Manage at team of Assistant Athletic Directors and other athletics’ personnel

Responsible for all coaches in assigned programs being CAPPS or TAPPS certified

Recruit, recommend for hire, and train all coaches for assigned programs

Administer and update coach training program

Manage coach performance and development, including development of performance plans

Evaluate, mentor, and provide leadership for coaches for assigned programs


Provide a full range of financial management in cooperation with the Regents Business Office including purchasing, accounts receivable, accounts payable, cash handling, billing, contract management and inventory

Develop and monitor department, program, and team budgets that maximize the availability of facilities, equipment, and uniforms for all students to participate in sports of their choice

Actively participate in school campaigns that raise funds for the athletic programs

Review and adjust athletic fees annually to ensure a positive athletic experience

Program Advancement

Ensure a cohesive sports program

Build relationships with student athletes to ensure adequate participation for assigned programs

Assist Head Coaches in organizing and executing player evaluations and team placement

Work with Head Coaches to make recommendations for youth sports programs and recreation leagues for grades K-6

Facilitate off-season player development


Work with department leadership to oversee  the creation and maintenance of a master athletic calendar that incorporates school events, league events, and game/practice schedules

Ensure a timely and accurate athletic website including a calendar of events

Coordinate with league affiliations on athletic event calendar including league events and opposing school activities

Assist coaches with tryouts for team placement schedules, competition schedules, and practice schedules

Ensure the timely communication with coaches, families, leagues, game officials, trainers, and opposing teams for all game changes and cancelations

Administrative and Other Responsibilities

Assist in CAPPS and TAPPS game scheduling

Inspect and recommend replacement and/or additions to ensure adequate facilities and equipment are available

Inspect existing uniforms for athletes in assigned programs and work with Inventory Control Manager to organize repair and/or replacement

Assist in purchasing of new uniforms and equipment

Assist in organizing event promotions to drive student attendance and participation

Assist in organizing parent and student-athlete education
Maintain professional development by attending training and clinics

Assist in execution of summer camps

Assist in execution of athletic department fundraisers

Perform other duties as assigned

Maintain a  high level knowledge of all TAPPS and NCAA/NFHS rules
Attend non-routine events such as district meetings, athletic banquets, clinics, etc.

Schedule and lead meetings with Athletic Department leadership

Be able and willing to provide emergency care; maintain CPR-First-Aid-AED certifications; engage professional emergency personnel (911) if needed; know where automated external defibrillators (AED’s) are located on campus

Working Conditions

Twelve month working schedule with paid school holidays and vacation in accordance with Employee Handbook and supervisor’s approval of leave of absences.  Evening and weekend work will be required as needed.


Position will be evaluated annually by the Head of School in accordance with job description and effectiveness of meeting work load demands


Please click on or copy and paste the following link to a video to learn more about the values of Regents Athletics’ Department.

Regents School of Austin is a unique K-12 school that educates 1,000 students on an 82-acre campus in southwest Austin. Our mission is to provide a classical, Christian education, founded upon and informed by a Christian worldview, that equips students to know, love, and practice that which is true, good and beautiful, and challenges them to strive for excellence as they live purposefully and intelligently in the service of God and man. Regents School of Austin is well recognized by peers for outstanding accomplishments in teaching, curriculum, students’ achievement, parental involvement, and community support.

Regents Athletics helps to fulfill the mission of the school by teaching the Christian way of competing and the Christian way of life as expressed through our three core values in athletics – character, commitment, and community. The Regents Athletic Department acknowledges the following order of priorities in our school:  1) God, 2) family, 3) academics, and 4) athletics. When this order is followed, it gives student-athletes the opportunity to be balanced spiritually, physically, mentally, and emotionally.


Ideal candidate will possess the following skills:

Willingness to listen and to help build consensus; ability to build trust and rapport

High self-awareness; acts in a manner that will reflect positively on the organization

Strong financial management skills

Proven organizational and time management skills; detail-oriented; self-motivated; ability to manage multiple activities simultaneously

Process driven

Demonstrated excellent oral and written communications skills

Technology savvy; proficient in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint

Knowledge of NCAA rules as it pertains to relevant sport and student-athlete recruitment

Ability to adapt to varying social environments that include parents, coaches, student-athletes, administrators, opposing coaches and school administrators


Ideal candidates will possess the following qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree

Five years or more experience as an Athletics Director preferred or the equivalent

Demonstrated desire and ability to disciple youth athletes

Demonstrated leadership

Demonstrated faith in Christ; clear appreciation and support for the Athletics Departments Mission Statement

CPR-First Aid-AED certified

Information on our Purpose, Mission, Philosophy, Objectives and Doctrinal Statement

Board members, administration, faculty, coaches and other instructional personnel of Regents School, whether full-time, part-time or volunteer, must believe and abide by the Purpose, Mission, Philosophy, Objectives and Doctrinal Statement, evidenced by their signing a statement of agreement with Article II annually. This document can be found by clicking: Philosophy and Doctrinal Statement. As a supplement, the Regents Board of Directors has adopted two additional statements as clarifying language under Article II. The Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy – This was adopted in 2017 by the Board to be clear on our view of the inerrancy of Scripture. Nashville Statement: A Coalition for Biblical Sexuality – This was adopted by the Board in 2019 as clarifying language on our view of biblical sexuality.

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