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Toronto High Park FC

Toronto High Park FC

THPFC - Manager of Development & Competitive (Girls & Womens)


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Posting Date

Aug 16, 2023

Role description

Job Description
Toronto High Park FC (“THPFC” or “the Club”)

Role: Manager of Development & Competitive (Girls & Womens)

I. Overview

The Manager of Development & Competitive (MODC) is a mid-level management
position within Toronto High Park Football Club (THPFC) that reports directly to the
Executive Director (ED) and works closely with the Coach Development Manager
(CDM). The MODC is responsible for the growth of all U8-Adult Girls & Womens
programming across the Club by providing a positive experience for coaches,
players, and parents.


1. Leadership

Assist in recruiting, developing and directly managing the Club’s technical staff,
including head coaches, technical staff and volunteer coaches, within the
afore-mentioned programs.
Coaching assignments will be led by the MODC and supported by the CDM.
2. Functional Accountabilities

A. Customer Service (U8-Adult Development & House League)

Phone calls & emails – first point of contact for new members.
Explain to all customers how every program works within the age cohort.
Guide new players to the appropriate program/person based on their needs.
Help existing players or parents with any issues they have.
Communicate with parents as and when required.
B. Program Growth & Management

Find innovative ways to enhance programming (Showcases/Tournaments).
Lead parent info sessions regarding programming.
Program and curriculum design.
Maximizing registrations for programs.
Parent feedback surveys.
Program analysis (on field oversight).
Attend practices/games within the Programs.
3. Coach Development and Management

All coaches within the cohort report to the MODC.

Recruit coaches in collaboration with CDM.
Provide mentorship and guidance for coaches as directed by the CDM.
Maintain an up to date record of coaches and their qualifications.
Coaches must receive & understand session plans & game MGMT forms.
Ensure coaches complete game MGMT forms, and game reports to the cloud.
Support coaches when developing and evaluating their technical plan.
Support coaches with their admin duties
Provide training workshops in conjunction with the CDM.
Provide timely reports to the CDM.
Gather feedback from coaches.
Solve conflict between coaches.
Escalate any long running coaching concerns to the CDM.
C. Operational Duties

Ensure coaches have their rosters set according to deadlines.
Manage and implement the offer letter sending process.
Communicate to parents as and when required.
TeamSnap, Got Soccer, Powerup, and OS systems are kept up to date.
Player books are completed where applicable.
Ensure paperwork is complete for tournaments, exhibition and league play.
Assist in curriculum design.
Assist in the marketing of your programs.
Communicate with volunteer managers as and when required.
Assist with uniform orders.
Any other ad hoc tasks as required.
4. Reporting

Provide the MOC with weekly reports on the technical and operational aspects
of the program.
III. Working Conditions

The MODC is a full-time position expected to complete administrative work at the
Club office and technical work at the field as determined by the ED. In the event
that the employee needs/wants to work from home, approval must be given by the
ED. The MODC is expected to spend approximately 60% of their 40 hour week at
the field and 40% completing administrative tasks. The MODC will be assigned two
teams to coach within the Club as part of the role. On-field technical work occurs
during evenings and weekends.

IV. Direct Reports

All part-time U8-Adult girls & womens coaches report to the MODC.

V. Performance Reviews

The MODC will report to the ED and receive at least one mid year and one end of
year performance review.

VI. Qualifications & Skills

Relevant post-secondary degree (BA in Sport Management).
Minimum of 3 years’ experience working in sport.
Coaching qualifications of National Children’s License or equivalent.
Ability to manage people effectively.
Administer programming Delivery and evaluation.
Strong conflict management, problem solving, and decision-making skills.
Experience leading diverse teams.
Experience working with a variety of diverse stakeholders and partners.
Solid communication skills (oral and written) including public speaking.
Ability to motivate and inspire others.
Experience within a development sport’s organization will be considered.
VII. Compensation

The successful candidate will receive between $60,000 - $75,000 per year.

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