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Rush Soccer

Rush Soccer

Girls Director of Coaching


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Jul 1, 2024


About the job
Lobos Rush is seeking a Girls Director of Coaching (DOC). We are looking for a coach that is highly organized, task-oriented and an excellent communicator. The position is extremely important to the long-term success of player development within our club.

Job statement: Retention, growth, and development of all female players within Lobos Rush. The individual selected must have the requisite skills and personality to positively affect all players, parents, and coaches. This is a full-time salaried position with opportunities for supplemental income. The position will include flexible working hours but will also require you to work nights and weekends during the season.


Minimum of USSF B license or Equivalent (or in process of attaining)
3-5 years of youth soccer club experience, specifically with female athletes
Ability to maintain positive relationships with Lobos Rush staff, membership & greater soccer community
Excellent communication skills
Strong conflict resolution abilities
Technologically proficient

The DOC would report directly to the Technical Director. On occasion the DOC may be required to report to one of the respective committees/subcommittees for various projects and initiatives.

The DOC’s role is focused into 3 distinct areas, Player Development, Coach Training/Management and Parent Education. The secondary area of responsibility is Club Development and Promotion. The DOC’s time should be predominantly spent on the field (70%/30% - field/office) interacting with players, coaches & parents.

Player Development

The main area of player development for the DOC is a very strong focus on developing the technical ability of all Lobos Rush players. This will involve a complete program evaluation with the TD and the formulation of a development plan (curriculum) that satisfies the needs of each player at every level.
Player Development Programming (PDP) for assigned age groups. The DOC will be required to organize and oversee all PDP for their respective age groups. The PDP should reflect the player development needs for the age groups and level of play. An agreed upon budget will be made available for hourly coaches to appropriately staff each session. The DOC will be required to present a plan to the TD with specific goals and structural content for club training at each age group.
Team evaluations. DOC will be required to regularly attend team training and games to evaluate team performance.
Age Group Training. DOC must conduct regular age group training to ensure development across the age group and for player identification.

Coach Training/Management

Direct management of all coaches within their designated age groups.
Formal, annual evaluations of every coach in their department.
The DOC will also serve as the first point of contact in any conflict resolutions between coaches, players & parents.
Must conduct regular coaching meetings (virtually & in-person).
Organize and oversee in house and external coach training. DOC must also be the point of contact with TSSA, USSF and USC to ensure coaches are appropriately licensed and risk management cleared.
Implement a coach development & recruitment program to help expand the clubs coaching pool.

Parent Education

Work closely with parents to educate them on the development needs of their child.
Run new family orientation meetings to educate families on the goals and objectives of the organization.
Conduct regular virtual parent Q & A’s

The DOC will be assigned team coaching responsibilities by the TD. Significant travel could be required in addition to attending state, regional and national events.

Reporting and Feedback

DOC's will provide weekly reporting of key milestones achieved, planning of next week/month, project updates, etc. to the TD prior to the weekly All Staff meeting.

Club Development and Promotion

Involvement with the long-term planning and organization of the club
Develop a network of contacts within the state, region, and nation to help showcase programs of Lobos Rush
Assist with Elite 64 programming

Additional roles & responsibilities will be added at the discretion of the TD and/or the respective committees.


Annual salary $45,000 - $50,000, a 401k employer match, and a cell phone allowance.

N.B.- Candidate must possess a current and clean driving license and pass a comprehensive background check. Must also be a US Citizen or permanent resident.

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