Simcoe County Rovers FC

Simcoe County Rovers FC

Head Coach - Women's Soccer

Country

Role Type

Canada

Women's

Posting Date

Nov 15, 2022

Role description

Job Description

Simcoe County Rovers– a member of League 1 Ontario is accepting applications for the position of Women’s League 1 Ontario Head Coach. This is a 5-month part-time position.

The Women’s Head Coach is accountable for implementing club strategy along with current and long-term objectives for the Women’s First Team. He/She will be responsible for recruitment, preparation, and development of all Women’s First Team players. The Head Coach will work closely with the Women’s Sporting Director to ensure implementation and execution of the Women’s 1st Team’s playing philosophy and tactical approach.


Job Duties

Execute the distinct strategies for the Women’s Program as outlined by the President & Women’s Sporting Director
Planning, organizing, and coaching the Women’s 1st team in League 1 Ontario
Recruiting, directing, coordinating, and supervising the Women’s coaching staff
Creating a safe, inclusive, fair, and fun environment for all players and staff
Meeting annual recruiting and performance targets
Establishing coaching strategies and teaching methods to develop athlete’s skills and teamwork
Conducting analyses of opposing teams and planning of match day tactics and game plan
Conducting post-match analysis and implementing necessary adjustments to improve the team, based on the findings of the analysis
Planning and execution of the Women’s First Team training sessions
Coordination of joint training sessions with Rovers L1O Women’s Reserve Teams
Acting in a professional manner always
Build relationships with professional clubs/coaches in North America and Europe to provide professional opportunities for players
Responsible for other duties as requested
Keep the President and Sporting Director informed of significant issues affecting the development and delivery of programs and services
Operate in compliance with all employment, anti-discrimination and record-keeping laws and requirements including provincial and local regulations

Requirements

Minimum Canada Soccer National B or enrolled
High standard of proficiency in soccer, training, and instructional techniques
Previous experience coaching (or playing) in High Performance environments preferred
Proven track record of managing competitive teams while focusing on player development
A strong desire to create a winning culture
High level communication skills to be able to engage with all stake holders, management, players, and community partners

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