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If you are a Colorado Soccer Association affiliated club and would like to post a job listing here, please send an email to Lisa Stibley- lstibley@coloradosoccer.org.

 

Updated: June 6, 2019

 

Title:  Director of Coaching Goalkeeping (DOC GK)

Location:  Skyline Soccer Association - Denver

 

Description: DOC GK instructs primarily our higher level goalkeepers who play in Colorado Soccer Association leagues ages 9U through 19U. Focus on the development of the individual goalkeeper using age appropriate training methods in conjunction with the Skyline Player Development Plan. Works closely with the Technical Director and Directors of Coaching in those respective age levels and programs.  DOC GK will coordinate and communicate with families on a regular basis.  This is a contract, paid position for the Fall 2019 season with potential seasons beyond. Additionally, there are a number of Summer and Winter GK Camp opportunities where the DOC GK can earn a generous cut of those camp revenues.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Needs to be available during the Fall season Monday - Friday from 5pm - 7:30pm.
  • Needs to be available during the weekends during the Fall season for home games at Kennedy Soccer Complex.  Times vary week to week based on need.
  • Available to assist with coaching for specified tournaments where the club has a high number of teams playing.
  • DOC GK is expected to respond to emails and phone calls in a professional and friendly manner within 24 hours.
  • Lead, design, organize and communicate off-season programming (camps).
  • DOC GK is expected to lead all interested goalkeepers at Tryouts.  This includes evaluating, assigning to teams and communicating team assignments to coaches, players and families.
  • DOC GK is required to perform evaluations for all goalkeepers playing on Competitive level teams.
  • DOC GK will move goalkeepers from team to team depending on each goalkeeper’s  developmental needs.
  • Pay is based on experience, licensing, etc.  This is again a contract / part-time position.

 

Qualifications:

  • Must be able to pass a background check.
  • Must complete online tutorial on Concussion Awareness and SafeSport procol.
  • Must be willing to participate in coach education offered by the club and by US Soccer.
  • Must have previous goalkeeper playing or coaching experience.
  • Must be willing to collaborate with Skyline staff, be professional and embrace the Skyline culture.

 

For additional information or to apply, please email George Pavlantos at george@skylinesoccer.org or you can call 720.399.1643.  Please visit our site to see other soccer job opportunities at www.skylinesoccer.org/soccer-jobs-2/

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Updated: June 6, 2019

 

Title:  Team Coach

Location:  Skyline Soccer Club - Denver

 

Description: Team Coaches instruct our higher level teams in Colorado Soccer Association leagues. Focus on the development of the individual players using age appropriate training methods in conjunction with the Skyline Player Development Plan. Work closely with the Director of Coaching and Technical Director of the club. Team Coach will coordinate and communicate with families on a regular basis.  This is a contract, paid position for the Spring 2019 season with potential seasons beyond.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Team Coaches conduct 2 to 3 team training session per week (depending on the age and playing level) games on Saturdays and some Sundays.

  • Team Coaches are in charge of match management duties for each team (30 to 45 minute warm-up prior to matches, line-ups, substitutions, match tactics, etc.)

  • Team Coaches are expected to respond to emails from team members, team parents, opposing coaches, club Administrator, Director of Coaching and Technical Director in less than 24 hours.

  • Team Coaches will manage and support team participating in appropriate tournaments and off-season training.

  • Team Coaches are expected to lead their respective teams in the tryout process for all Skyline Competitive teams including duties associated with player placement.

  • Team Coaches are expected to attend and assist in the tryout process for all Skyline Competitive teams.  Team coaches will also conduct player evaluations and hold team meetings.

  • Pay is commensurate with experience, licensing and team level, per season.

  • Additional work opportunities, such as camps, may be available.

 

Qualifications:

  • Must be able to pass a background check

  • Must be willing to participate in coach education offered by the club and by US Soccer.

  • Must have previous soccer playing or coaching experience.

 

For additional information or to apply, please email George Pavlantos at george@skylinesoccer.org or you can call 720.399.1643.  Please visit our site to see other soccer job opportunities at www.skylinesoccer.org/soccer-jobs-2/

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Posted: June 4, 2019

 

Title:  Team Coach(es) -(Part Time Position)

Location:  United SC of Northern Colorado - Loveland

Description: Focus on player development using training methods approved by United SC's, DOC, in conjunction with United SC Development Plan. Work closely with the Director of Coaching, A-DOC' and the clubs  Technical Director. This is a contract, paid position. 

 Responsibilities:

  • Conduct 3  training session per week, games on Saturdays and some Sundays.
  • Partner with the Clubs Sr. Staff Coaches on player development, level of play and tournaments
  • Manage Administration aspects with the clubs Registrar and Office Admin
  •  Opportunities to learn and obtain licenses are strongly encouraged and offered. 

 

Qualifications:

  • Must be able to pass a background check
  • Must be willing to participate in coach education offered by the club
  • Soccer and or  prevoius coaching experience preferred

 

For additional information, please email Trevor at doc@unitedsoccerco.orgwww.unitedsoccerco.org

 

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Posted: June 4, 2019

 

Title:  (GK) Goal Keeping Coach - (Part Time Position)

 

Location:  United SC - Loveland @ Loveland Sports Park

Description: Part Time GK Coach for United SC Competitive teams. We have an established Keeper Program, where our GK Coach focuses on the training & development that aligns with United SC's Keeper Development Plan, working  communicating with the Keeping Director, Technical Trainer and Director of Coaching.  This is an hourly position.  Keeper Training is early evenings; Monday, Tuesday and several Friday's throughout the season. 

Responsibilities:

  • GK Coach will manage 2-3 GK training early evening sessions per week. Will work with schedule, where feasible.  No weekend coverage required.
  • GK Coach is expected to evaluate keepers as to their progress and communicate with the club's coaches and directors as needed.
  • Additional coaching opportunities & additional sessions may become available 

 

Qualifications:

  • Pass background check
  • Willing to attend United SC Coaches sessions as required
  • Have previous Soccer & Keeper experience. Club will assist in training as needed and can help with licensing. 

 

 For additional information or to apply, please email Trevor Warren at doc@unitedsoccerco.org  

 

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Posted: May 29, 2019

 

Title: SOUTH 14U-19U DIRECTOR OF COACHING 

Location: Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club 111 Havana St, Suite #120 Aurora, CO 80010

Vision:  Be the central channel for all design and delivery of the 14U-19U Competitive program for Rapids North.

 

MAJOR OBJECTIVES:

  1. Communication - Develop and maintain a consistent communication process with coaches, parents, and players, establishing relationships and trust at all levels of the game;

  2. Architecture - Architect and design the 14U-19U curriculum and technical methodology within the parameters of the Colorado Rapids system;

  3. Implementation - Create a process for and oversee the implementation of the overall Colorado Rapids Technical Development Plan;

  4. Assessment Process – Create an assessment process which includes key performance and assessment indicators for the soccer product, providing the club and all stakeholders a transparent set of assessment measures by which the soccer process can be evaluated on a continuous basis;

  5. Culture – Serve as a key leader in creating a culture within the coaches, players, and teams that results in a memorable player and team experience.

 

JOB FUNCTIONS:

Communication

First and foremost, communication is quality and reliable communication is at our core and is the most important piece of our work.

  •  Create and maintain quality rapport with all coaches, players, and parents, developing trust and reliability in yourself and the brand;

Design

Our leaders must be able to construct and architect a clear pathway for player development following the Colorado Rapids Player Development Plan.

  • Assist in the implementation of club onboarding and philosophy, curriculum, and methodology understanding at all ages and levels of play;

  • Supervise the player placement process throughout the year, giving coaches a working knowledge of ideal player attributes at each level;

  • Design and support the recruitment and development of coaching staff to expand the implementation of a comprehensive technical and cultural experience.

Teach

We have found the best directors in youth soccer have a passion for education. Education is the foundation of why we do what we do and where we strive for excellence in ourselves and our peers.

  • Maintain and fully implement all the education objectives and courses as outlined in the Technical Development Plan;
  • Oversee implementation and execution of the mission, curriculum, and methodology of club technology platforms;
  • Maintain the voice for the Rapids style of play through internal communication and constant communication with coaches at competitive levels;
  • Oversee coach training and mentorship for Rapids North 14U-19U, including the development and execution of coaching seminars and training sessions.
  • Develop secondary educators across the club, acting as a pipeline for information at all levels.

     

Lead

We look to every director as a leader in the organization and have high standards for each person’s ability to develop a standard of excellence.

  • Maintain a clear philosophy and pathway to guide all programs, practices, and decision-making as laid out by the Colorado Rapids Long-Term Player Development plan;
  • Ensure that the Technical Development Plan is a core element of Rapids Youth Soccer’s mission for the future;
  • Extend and further promote a hunger, passion, and competitiveness to play at the highest levels offered with Rapids Youth Soccer;
  • Oversee and support the implementation of a Personal Development Plan for each competitive coach;
  • Continue to develop the capacities (technical, tactical, mental, physical, personal, lifestyle) of players to reach levels beyond youth in order to maximize the possibility of further opportunities. (i.e. college, Development Academy, professional);
  • Maintain competitiveness and standing in Colorado, regional, and national markets.

 

Evaluate

Constant evaluation of program experience at all levels, from the players to coaches to parents will allow us to adjust to increase program enjoyment.

  • Oversee objectives of player movement at the Competitive level;

  • Maintain procedures for monitoring and evaluating the progress of the Technical Development Plan;

  • Implement the Club’s coach evaluation process which includes written assessments, interviews and feedback, specific recommendations for further development and follow-up; and

  • Implement the Club’s measurements for success for the implementation of the Technical Development Plan, including at the player and coach level.

 

MARKERS OF SUCCESS:

  • Joy in the Soccer Experience – a positive player experience is naturally different at each level of competition and age. Our goal as a club is for our players to love playing soccer and our soccer process should be consistent with this goal, which we believe is not mutually exclusive across competitive levels;

  • Retention and Satisfaction – a successful soccer process should result in improved retention across the club on an annual and longitudinal basis;

  • Playing Style – a successful soccer process should result in consistency in playing style across all levels and ages of the club, relative to the level of competition;

  • Consistency - Our soccer process should result in a more consistent player experience across the club versus the existing environment where player experience can vary widely based on each individual team and coach;

  • Member Enjoyment – several factors are part of developing a club loved by its membership, consisting of players, staff, coaches, families, and partners. We believe the individual player and team experience is the single greatest factor that results in building the club our membership desires. A successful soccer process should result in an experience that engages players, staff, coaches, families, and partners as proud stakeholders of Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club

 

Salary commensurate with experience. CRYSC is an EEO company. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Aaron Smith, aaron.smith@rapidsyouthsoccer.org, with subject titled “Rapids North 14U-19U Director”.

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Posted: May 7, 2019

 

Title: SOUTH 15U-19U GIRLS DIRECTOR OF COACHING                               

Location: Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club 111 Havana St, Suite #120 Aurora, CO 80010

 

Vision:  Provide executive level soccer leadership to the Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club (CRYSC), helping to foster growth of staff, coaches, players and parents.

 

MAJOR OBJECTIVES:

  1. Communication - Develop and maintain consistent communication processes based on expectations outlined by the Technical Director with all South 15U-19U Girls players, staff coaches and parents, establishing relationships and trust at all levels of the game;

  2. Apply the Rapids Way - Implement the technical portion of the South 15U-19U Girls Program within the parameters of the CRYSC system;

  3. Teach - Facilitate a positive, learner-centered environment focused on the holistic long-term development of each individual player;

  4. Games - Represent the Club and South 15U-19U Girls Program with professionalism, positive demeanor and respect. Model appropriate game-day behaviors by encouraging age-appropriate competition while also fostering a fun and safe learning environment for all children, coaches, parents and referees;

  5. Coach Education – Implement appropriate education opportunities for staff coaches; identify, hire, retain and lead additional technical staff, including support staff and team coaches; organize and evaluate age-appropriate coaching clinics; actively pursue personal education in order to maintain the highest standards of education

  6. Culture/Leader – Serve as the key leader in exemplifying and upholding the standards and culture of the 15U-19U South Girls Program that results in a memorable player experience on and off the field.
    Architecture - Architect and design pathways and processes for coach development, mentorship, and growth, ensuring the vision for the Club’s players and coaches is aligned throughout CRYSC.

 

JOB FUNCTIONS:

Communication

  • Work with South 15U-19U Girls staff and coaches to create alignment and consistency of process across all levels of CRYSC on a day-to-day basis;
  • Create and maintain quality rapport with all coaches, players, and parents, developing trust and reliability in yourself and the Rapids brand;
  • Develop, organize, and manage communication protocol for the South 15U-19U Girls Program including, but not limited to player placement, coach placement, team assignments, registration dates, program information, updates to members, key transition information and all ongoing communication to keep members informed;
  • Ensure job descriptions and roles are clear and defined;
  • Assist in defining the standards of onboarding for coaches across the South 15U-19U Girls Program;
  • Provide support for planning a progressive approach to training and competition schedules for players in CRYSC;
  • Assist in designing programs to support the Club’s Player Development Model, which falls in line with the Club’s Technical Development Plan; and 

 

Applying the Rapids Way

  • Be a positive, patient leader implementing the technical/tactical requirements of this age group;
  • Be a reliable resource and advisor to the player placement process throughout the year, giving other coaches and directors a working knowledge of player attributes at each level;
  • Understand and implement the Rapids Style of Play and create/run challenging training sessions focused around decision making on the part of the player and most importantly, an enjoyment of the game of soccer
  • Provide age- and developmentally-appropriate curricula for teams and programs
  • Evaluate players appropriately by leading, facilitating and evaluating the player placement process in conjunction with other staff; and 

 

Teach

  • Maintain and fully implement all the education objectives set forth by the Technical Director and other Club resources;

  • Execute the mission, curriculum, and methodology of Club technology platforms;

  • Oversee, prioritize and guide the holistic development of each individual player in the program;

  • Supervise training of teams and monitor player development and coach development at each session;

  • Maintain the voice for the Rapids style of play through constant two-way communication with families and players; and

 

Lead/Evaluate

  • Practice what you preach. Exhibit the standards of excellence you expect out of your players and families;
  • Communicate clearly, effectively and often with coaches players and parents in a respectful manner;
  • Manage players, parents and coaches in the program with compassion and understanding while still maintaining high standards of professionalism;
  • Continue to develop the capacities (technical, tactical, mental, physical, personal, lifestyle) of players to reach levels beyond youth in order to maximize the possibility of further opportunities. (i.e. Development Academy, College, Professional); and
  • Maintain competitiveness and standing in Colorado, regional, and national markets.
  • Continuously evaluate each coach throughout the season to ensure maximum enjoyment and development of each player;
  • Supervise the Club’s player evaluation process which includes: written assessments, interviews/feedback, specific recommendations for further development and follow-up; and

 

Culture

  • Ensure a culture of customer service is understood and delivered, providing a standard of customer care expectation at every age and level;
  • Foster a culture of One Club mentality;
  • Act as an ambassador for CRYSC in all functions, putting forth the image of the club in a positive and inspiring way. 

 

MARKERS OF SUCCESS:

  • Joy in the Soccer Experience – a positive player experience is naturally different at each level of competition and age. Our goal as a club is for our players to love playing soccer and our soccer process should be consistent with this goal, which we believe is not mutually exclusive across competitive levels;

  • Retention and Satisfaction – a successful soccer process should result in improved retention across the club on an annual and longitudinal basis;

  • Playing Style – a successful soccer process should result in consistency in playing style across all levels and ages of the club, relative to the level of competition;

  • Consistency - Our soccer process should result in a consistent player experience across the entire club versus an environment where the player experience varies widely based on who the coach is of the player’s team.

  • Member Enjoyment – several factors are part of developing a club loved by its membership, consisting of players, staff, coaches, families, and partners. We believe the individual player and team experience is the single greatest factor that results in building the club our membership desires. A successful soccer process should result in an experience that engages players, staff, coaches, families, and partners as proud stakeholders of Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club.

 

Salary commensurate with experience. CRYSC is an EEO company. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Liz Grier, liz.grier@rapidsyouthsoccer.org, with subject titled "CRYSC South 15U-19U Girls DOC". Applications will be accepted through May 20th.

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Posted: April 24, 2019

 

Title: COACH on Sundays; grow into head coach with B-Elite Academy

 

Location: Our home + training turf:  Aurora Sports Park 19300 E Colfax Ave Aurora, CO

 

Description:  If you are looking to coach competitive soccer within a positive and supportive environment then B-Elite is the place for your consideration.  Respectfully, we start every coach (with or without experience) in our Sunday training program which is held on Sundays for 90 minutes at ASP.  Our "Next Level Sunday Soccer" sessions are open to kids within and outside of our academy teams and the platform we use to expose you to our soccer training methodologies.  Our directors oversee the coaching and support your knowledge, growth and comfort level as you start coaching our strategies from Spain.  Our directors are dedicated to instructing these tactics and have years of experience working at clubs such as FC Barcelona, Sant Cugat, Cerdanyola, Espanol, and Grammanet.  Once you and our directors feel it is best for you to have a team, you will grow into that holistically, confident and well prepared.  Everyone participates for a period of time in our Sunday program and we would love to invite you to come out and meet our directors and see what we are doing!  Our academy strives to compete at the highest levels in both Front Range and Champions league.  This is a great place to learn and broaden your knowledge as a coach. We have boys and girls teams from 2011-2003/HS level and on Sundays the age ranges from 3-13 generally.  Thank you for your consideration!

 

First Steps necessary:  inside our Sunday training program

  • Be timely and show your dedication through participation on Sundays
  • Have a positive learning attitude
  • Be able to be supportive and work well with children of ages ranging from 6-16.  
  • Be passionate for soccer, preferably with experience as a player.
  • Wear our B-Elite soccer academy coach Under Armour coach clothing, which is provided.
  • You must pass a background check prior to having your own group on Sundays.
  • Pay is 30.00 for a 90 minute session each week.  Contract position.

 

Next Steps:  Expectations/details once you have your team with B-Elite Academy.

Once you have your own team:

  • Complete our Concussion Awareness course.
  • Coaches are paid 350/400 monthly for 1 team.
  • Your team will practice August-May with 4-5 tournaments and league play during Spring/Fall through CSA sanctioned games.
  • You must be willing to work one on one with our directors with coach training meetings periodically.  
  • Be able to work/coach with assistance and support from our directors at ASP.  Our club trains together with our directors each night.  Age groups: U10 and younger T/FR, older groups either MWTH, TWTH, etc etc.  
  • Some opportunities may be available in the summers
  • You often may have a director support you at your games to assess how the kids are improving in a game setting and training needs of your particular group.  

(If you have GK experience there may be opportunities to work with Carles Gil, director of GK and Total Goalie 360 for non-academy kids. Email:  carles.gil@belitesoccer.com for inquiries.)

 

For additional information or inquiring to schedule please email infodenver@belitesoccer.com or text 970-309-0921 to schedule a time to chat!  Please note that this is a rolling application process.

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Posted: April 24, 2019

 

Title:  Team Coach

Location:  Wheat Ridge Avalanche Soccer 

 

Description: Team Coach to handle training and player development for state league and competitive teams.  The coaching programs are centered on basic athletic training, technical development of players and teaching the game of soccer to players on an age appropriate level.  Coaching assistance is provided through the Director of Coaching of the club. Teams have designated volunteer managers who work closely with the team coach to communicate, organize and facilitate team events including training sessions and game schedules.  This is a contract, paid position for the Spring 2019 season with potential seasons beyond.

 

Responsibilities:

 

  • Team Coaches conduct 2 to 3 team training session per week (depending on the age and playing level) games on Saturdays and some Sundays.

 

  • Team Coaches lead and manage weekly matches (including warm-up prior to matches, line-ups, substitutions, match tactics, etc.)

 

  • Team Coaches are expected to respond to emails from team members, team parents, opposing coaches, club Administrator and Director of Coaching promptly.

 

  • Team Coaches will manage and support team participating in appropriate tournaments and off-season trainings as selected and determined by the team coach.

 

  • Team Coaches will lead their respective team tryouts in May and assist with player placement on teams.

 

  • Pay is commensurate with experience, licensing and team level, per season.

 

  • Additional work opportunities, such as camps, may be available.

 

Qualifications:

 

  • Must pass a background check.

 

  • Must complete online tutorial on Concussion Awareness and SafeSport protocol

 

  • Must be willing to participate in coach education offered by the club and by US Soccer.

 

  • Must have previous soccer playing or coaching experience.

 

For additional information or to apply, please email Aldo DelPiccolo at aldo.dp@msn.com or call at 303-915-7257. 

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