Assist in creating, implementing, and manage resources for the training curriculum for all programs/teams in the club.
Evaluate the effectiveness of the training programs and report outcomes to the Executive Director
Create and implement coach and staff development curriculum for all coaches in the club
Develop, monitor and report on the club coaching performances and expectations
Facilitate coach education programming and work with all coaches to determine appropriate plan for continuing education
Manage day to day operations.
Oversee player development
Perform annual coach evaluations.
Measure coaches’ performance through coach survey, observation and AGD input
Assist and execute strategic plan for the club in collaboration with Executive Director.
Lead team formation processes.
Decide how many teams the club will form for each season and who will coach teams
Oversee and lead the competitive tryout process
Collect coaches’ player evaluations on current players
Respond to player/parent inquiries regarding individual placements
Primary Contact when resolving soccer issues with parents, player and coaches
Update the Executive Director on teams and issues
Coach no more than (2) teams per season
Licenses: United States Soccer Federation “D” Coaching License or higher or equivalent from another similar accrediting organization
Experience: This position requires experience with youth soccer and/or youth centered organization.
Highly detailed oriented and ability to produce accurate results
Management skills- ability to hold people accountable for their efforts and actions
Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
written and verbal communication skills
Strong people skills
Excellent prioritization, organizational and problem-solving skills
Strong conflict resolution skills
Team player with the ability to collaborate
Organizational leadership and team development, ability to build a team; putting people in the best positions to succeed
Strong emphasis on player development of successful “player pathway” from the academy to competitive
Ability to travel as well as work flexible hours, including nights and weekends
Reports to the Executive Director
Strong character and high ethical standards
Works closely with all staff and office personnel
Works well with team coaches, manager and parents
Respects and Reflects the “MSC Way” Philosophy
To apply for this position: Send or email resume to email@example.com All submissions will be handled confidentially. Applicants must be currently qualified for employment within the United States, as U.S. citizens, or with an existing Green Card / work visa. MSC is not able to sponsor new visa applications.
Mandeville Soccer Club, Attn: Director of Coaching Search Committee
790 Florida St. Suite 2A Mandeville, Louisiana 70448
Additional Salary Information: Additional Salary Information: Salary commensurate with qualification and experience
About Mandeville Soccer Club
We are some 2,550 soccer players, their parents and families, coaches, assistant coaches, referees and administrators. We live in Mandeville, Covington, Lacombe, Abita Springs, Slidell and Madisonville. We range in age from five to seventy-five, but most of us are kids under the age of nineteen. Most of our coaches are volunteer moms and dads, but we also have professional coaches and we sponsor continuing education of coaches during the year. We also have nearly 100 referees who help us play, and we also sponsor certification courses to assist new volunteers become referees with us.