Full Job Description
Seacoast United is looking for both full and part time soccer coaches who have experience in the youth soccer community, display a passion for coaching and are committed to making a difference, both on and off the field. Full and Part-timePositions are available in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
Key Personality Traits
Passionate: Willingness to make a difference in young athlete’s lives by providing a fun, dynamic and learning environment.
Organized: Coaches are expected to adhere to Seacoast United methodologies with the main focus on the development of the players (physical, technical, tactical, mental and social).
Team Player: Expected to work and collaborate with colleagues for the betterment of the sport.
Flexibility: Coaches will be expected to work during the evenings and/or weekends.
Responsible: As a Seacoast United coach, you are an ambassador for the club. You must adhere to certain guidelines to maintain a professional manner. This includes communication (email, phone, in-person), punctuality, delivery of methods, and how you present yourself.
In addition to the above, a successful candidate must:
USSF D Coaching License
Background Check (CORI and SORI) and be fingerprinted
Have reliable transportation and valid Driver's License
Demonstrate effective communication skills
Complete our comprehensive training program
Seacoast United Soccer Club run soccer programs from grassroots ages to adult teams! Coaches can/will be involved in working with players of all ages and abilities in the clinic, camp and team environment.
Compensation: Competitive salary and benefits based upon final position.
Potential candidates must be authorized to work in the United States.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, gender identity, marital or veteran status, or any other protected class.