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Catchball Coach
Marcus JCC of Atlanta
5342 Tilly Mill Rd
Dunwoody, GA 30338

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Reports to: The Catchball Coach will report to the Director of Athletic Development and Wellness.

Hours: 4/week, seasonal part time

The Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (MJCCA) is a non-profit organization that has served the Atlanta community for more than 100 years.Serving 12,000 members and over 55,000 people in the Atlanta community through a wide variety of innovative programs and vital services.The MJCCA was ranked among the Top Workplaces for six consecutive years by the Atlanta Journal Constitution and is widely regarded as one of the premiere JCCs in the country.

Job Overview:

Catchball, a team sport derived from volleyball in which the ball is caught and thrown rather than hit.The rules are very similar to volleyball, though by allowing the players to catch the ball before throwing it to another player over the net, it is easy to play and learn.A Catchball coach is responsible for planning and organizing weekly practices, and assisting skill development for our adult Catchball players.

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Impacting more than 55,000 people annually, the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta is welcoming to people of all faiths, ages, and backgrounds. One hundred years ago, Jews with vastly fewer resources than today built a Jewish Community Center in Atlanta. With little more than their passion for a better life, they built a safe, secure, and vibrant community center for their families and for all of the Jewish Atlanta families who followed.

The MJCCA has always given the community a place to gather and connect with friends and family through meaningful programs and much-needed services. For 100 years, the MJCCA has turned everyday minutes into Jewish moments that are remembered for a lifetime.