Open Jobs/Filled Jobs 2019-2020

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    Open Jobs/Filled Jobs 2019-2020

    This thread will be used for tracking all open coaching jobs, and all of those jobs as they are filled. If anyone has information on a new job coming open, any updates on an ongoing coaching search, or finds out a job has been filled, please feel free to start a new thread on the opening/filled position. If there is a thread already out there, don't hesitate to add your info. We're all glad to hear it.


    I will link the thread for each open/filled job to streamline your searching.


    OPEN:
    1) Anderson County
    2) Apollo - FILLED
    3) Berea
    4) Boyle County - FILLED
    5) Bryan Station - FILLED
    6) Caldwell County - FILLED
    7) Corbin - FILLED
    8) Elizabethtown - FILLED
    9) Franklin-Simpson - FILLED
    10) Frederick Douglass - FILLED
    11) Fort Campbell - FILLED
    12) Graves County - FILLED
    13) Grayson County - FILLED
    14) Greenup County - FILLED
    15) Hazard - FILLED
    16) Henry Clay - FILLED
    17) Hopkins County Central - FILLED
    18) Iroquois - FILLED
    19) John Hardin - FILLED
    20) Lewis County - FILLED
    21) Marshall County - FILLED
    22) Monroe County - FILLED
    23) Moore - FILLED
    24) Nelson County - FILLED
    25) Ohio County - FILLED
    26) Perry County Central - FILLED
    27) Powell County
    28) Shawnee - FILLED
    29) Todd County Central - FILLED
    30) Trigg County - FILLED
    31) Valley - FILLED
    32) West Jessamine - FILLED
    33) Western - FILLED
    34) Wolfe County - FILLED


    FILLED:

    1) Apollo - John Edge
    2) Boyle County - Justin Haddix
    3) Bryan Station - Phil Hawkins
    4) Caldwell County - Will Barnes
    5) Corbin - Tom Greer
    6) Elizabethtown - Ross Brown
    7) Fort Campbell - Jeff Rodgers
    8) Franklin-Simpson - Max Chaney
    9) Frederick Douglass - Nathan McPeek
    10) Graves County - Nick Kemp
    11) Grayson County - Bryan Jones
    12) Greenup County - Zack Moore
    13) Hazard - Scott Grizzle
    14) Henry Clay - Demetrius Gay
    15) Hopkins County Central - Chris Manning
    16) Iroquois - Anthony Wales
    17) John Hardin - Doug Preston
    18) Lewis County - Bryan Hoover
    19) Marshall County - Steve Etheridge
    20) Monroe County - John Petett
    21) Moore - Billy Martin
    22) Nelson County - Phil Stockdale
    23) Ohio County - Josh Monin
    24) Perry County Central - Mark Dixon
    25) Shawnee - Jalen Harrington
    26) Todd County Central - Josh Robins
    27) Trigg County - Mark Peach
    28) Valley - Rufus Sanders
    29) West Jessamine - Scott Marsh
    30) Western - DaMarcus Smith
    31) Wolfe County - Joe DeBella
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    Thanks for including the links to other threads. It sure makes it easy to get information.

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    Still waiting with lots of hope.

    #makethechangealready

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    Man... some really big jobs are open, right now!

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    We're definitely "ahead of the curve" for the last 5 years. Several years ago I arbitrarily picked February 14th as the date to give a sort of mid-term update on how many jobs were open:

    February 14, 2015: 42 jobs in the state that had come open, and 24 of them had been filled already. State-wide there was a total of 54 jobs that turned over that year.

    February 14, 2016: 24 jobs in the state that had come open, and 12 of them had been filled already. State-wide there was a total of 43 jobs that turned over that year.

    February 14, 2017: 25 jobs that had come open, and 17 of them that had been filled already. State-wide there was a total of 40 jobs that turned over that year.

    February 14, 2018: 22 jobs that had come open, and 10 of them that had been filled already. State-wide there was a total of 35 jobs that turned over that year.

    February 14, 2019: 27 jobs that had come open, and 20 of them had been filled already. State-wide there was a total of 41 jobs that turned over last year.

    Now it's only January 28th, and we have 30 jobs open, and only 10 jobs that have been filled.

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    Since I didn't get around to posting this on Friday, I figured I'd post my annual "midterm" update before I add in the Berea job opening that popped up after Friday:


    February 14, 2015: 42 jobs in the state that had come open, and 24 of them had been filled already. State-wide there was a total of 54 jobs that turned over that year.

    February 14, 2016: 24 jobs in the state that had come open, and 12 of them had been filled already. State-wide there was a total of 43 jobs that turned over that year.

    February 14, 2017: 25 jobs that had come open, and 17 of them that had been filled already. State-wide there was a total of 40 jobs that turned over that year.

    February 14, 2018: 22 jobs that had come open, and 10 of them that had been filled already. State-wide there was a total of 35 jobs that turned over that year.

    February 14, 2019: 27 jobs that had come open, and 20 of them had been filled already. State-wide there was a total of 41 jobs that turned over last year.

    February 14, 2020: 30 jobs have come open, and 19 of them have been filled already.

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    Anderson County, Berea, and Powell County are the three jobs remaining open.

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