Head Football Coach

Westminster Christian Academy is an independent, non-denomination, K3-12 school serving over 900 students in the beautiful heart of Acadiana. Our robust athletic program includes tennis, football, basketball, track, cross country, baseball, golf, volleyball, soccer, and swimming.

We are seeking exceptional professionals with a fervent commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ qualified in their position to join us in our vision to equip students for a life of significance.

This position is considered a key leadership role within the athletic department as well as an ambassador of WCA to the community.  As Head Football Coach at Westminster Christian Academy, you will have the incredible opportunity of helping students learn attitudes, skills, and subject matter that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible Christian men and women. The Head Football Coach provides leadership and overall direction of the football team including oversight for scheduling, budget, purchasing, marketing, fundraising, and facilities management.  The Head Football Coach will also serve as a full time faculty member in a specific discipline. 


The Head Football Coach shall reflect the purpose of the school, which is to honor Christ with excellence in every activity. The Head Football Coach position requires a background in coaching varsity or college football. The Head Football Coach will also fulfill teaching responsibilities. 

• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university

• Preferred minimum of 12 hours of educational methods courses and 12 hours in a specific discipline (content area) or hold a degree in education from an accredited college or university

• 3 years experience as a head coach, 10 years coaching experience preferred

• Be able to meet certification requirements for state approval for non-public schools

• Willingness to develop policies and enhance success for the total program and overall benefit and mission of Westminster Christian Academy

• Exhibit Christ-like behavior