Girl's Soccer Coach
Girl's Soccer Coach (Spring)
Position is responsible for organizing the Soccer program at the assigned school, conducting practices, motivating students, and instructing student athletes in game strategies and techniques.
*Instructs players in the rules, regulations, equipment, and techniques of the sport.
*Organizes and directs individual and small group practice activities/exercises.
*Collaborates with soccer coaches across the network to build a world-class soccer program.
*Inspires a love for soccer and encourages critical thinking through rigorous instruction.
*Coordinates and leads family meetings and soccer tryouts.
*Assesses player’s skills, monitors players during competition and practice, and keeps the School Principal informed of the athletic performance of students.
*Determining game strategy.
*Supervising athletes during practices and competition.
*Follows established procedures in the event of an athlete’s injury.
*Models sports-like behavior and maintains appropriate conduct towards players, officials, and spectators.
*Maintains the equipment room in orderly condition and assumes responsibility for its security.
*Distributes equipment, supplies, and uniforms to students as directed by the School Principal.
*Submits a list of award winners at the end of the season.
*Participates in special activities to include parent’s night, banquets, award nights, and pep assemblies.
*Performs support tasks such as distributing and maintaining eligibility forms, emergency data cards, and other related records.
*Models nondiscriminatory practices in all activities.
*Attends staff development meetings, clinics and other professional activities to improve coaching performance.
*Performs any other related duties as assigned by the Head Soccer Coach, Athletic Director, & Principal or other appropriate administrator.
- Experience coaching youth and/or collegiate soccer teams
- Must possess effective coaching techniques and skills
- Ability to develop concepts such teamwork, healthy lifestyles, sportsmanship and nutrition
- Familiarity with technology systems for player development, scouting, etc.
- A demonstrated track record of propelling students’ understanding and love of soccer
- Advanced understanding of the game of soccer as well as strong classroom management
- The drive to ensure that joyful, rigorous instruction is delivered to every scholar, every day
- Demonstrated competencies in the following areas are a must:
- Behavior & Classroom Management. Ability to enforce 100% engagement in a classroom of scholars at all times and utilize our network-wide behavior management strategies to set and maintain clear expectations
- Accountability and Data Driven. Proven record of achievement as evidenced by student work, learning, and data