NSCAA Advanced National, NSCAA Director of Coaching
Coaching, Coaching - Soccer
4 Year Degree
Primary Job Responsibilities: • Responsible for the development of coaching and soccer education programs and curriculum for Missouri. • Responsible for coordinating with the Technical Director in providing D, E and Youth Module Courses to meet the needs of Missouri Youth Soccer coaching population and ensure that the courses follow US Soccer Course requirements and policies. • Responsible for providing recreational courses and recreational training for registered coaches of Missouri Youth Soccer. • In cooperation with the State Technical Director, responsible for conducting license courses as well as supervising course instruction by other State Coaching Staff • Train/oversee/manage State Coaching and ODP staff in cooperation with the State Technical Director. • Responsible for the promotion of the Olympic Development Program. • Responsible for the development of Missouri Youth Soccer educational materials, coaching manuals, Missouri Youth Soccer coaching resources, etc. • Assist in the development of team interest in the Midwest Regional League, Missouri State Premier Soccer and Missouri Youth Soccer State Tournaments and events. • Provide information to those who have ODP, coaching and coaching related inquiries as needed. • Provide expert answers and support regarding small-sided games and other formats of play. • In cooperation with Operations Manager, disseminate media releases relating to ODP & Coach Education. • Provide written reports for Missouri Youth Soccer Board of Director Meetings as requested. • Develop and publish an overview of the ODP and Coaching Programs for distribution at Missouri Youth Soccer Annual General Meeting to the membership of MISSOURI YOUTH SOCCER. • Develop and implement coaching workshops, seminars, and other educational programs for the benefit of Missouri Youth Soccer members, clubs and leagues. • Responsible for developing, conducting, and staffing of Missouri Youth Soccer (day and overnight) camps. • Implement and Supervise the Missouri Discover Soccer Project within the state. • Any other duties as specifically assigned by the Missouri Youth Soccer Executive Director. • Work with Operations Manager to promote MYSA programming and events • Create yearly goals, yearly plan, weekly goals, planned events, and contact of members. • Maintain a Director of Coaching Web Site Calendar showing the next six (6) months of events. Calendar shall include schedule dates; which member is receiving services and topic of event. • Chair the Awards of the Year Committee that will be responsible for awarding the Boy’s and Girl’s Coach of the Year and the Volunteer of the Year Awards. • Educate coaches on their role in spectator control and control of their actions on the sideline. • Participate and attend any State Program Event as directed by the Executive Director or Board of Directors (State Championships, Presidents Cup etc.). • Seek Sponsorships and Grants for coaching programs and work with Operations Manager on other MYSA programs. • Work with Operations Manager as needed to promote Top Soccer, Discover Soccer Project and similar MYSA Programs. • Abide by and help facilitate any new or current contracts or sponsorships of MYSA. • Create yearly goals and a yearly plan and submit to the Executive Director. • Work with the Missouri Youth Soccer Executive Director on the development and monitoring of the ODP & Coach Education budgets.
Required Qualifications: • Must currently be in good standing with the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) and its Members. • Currently possess & maintain a USSF ‘A’ Coaching License and National Youth license. • Obtain and keep current any additional educational requirements needed by the US Soccer Federation. • Must successfully pass a Risk Management Background Check & be insurable for company auto. • Must currently be legally eligible to live and work in the United States. • Must have previous coaching experience. • Demonstrated written and oral communication skills. • Demonstrated ability to work independently and as a team. • Ability and willingness to work cooperatively with others. • Ability to handle and appropriately mange conflict. • Ability to travel including driving of a company vehicle. • Ability to work with all parties for proper communication between State, Regional and National Staff. • Maintain open communication with coaches, players and parents through web page, phone, email, and mail.
Preferred Qualifications: • A bachelor’s degree from a four (4) year accredited college or university. • Experience working for a non-profit organization or sports organization. • Proficiency with Microsoft Office software (Word, Access, Excel, Power Point, Publisher, PDF Editor) • Knowledge of general office machines and telephone systems. • Experience in managing data.
Additional Salary Information: Salary based on experience
Missouri Youth Soccer Association, Inc. (MISSOURI YOUTH SOCCER) is a nonprofit organization that represents over 30,000+ youth soccer players, 4,000+ coaches, and 90+ organizations throughout Missouri.
Missouri Youth Soccer consists of a vast number of leagues that register players (boys and girls) from ages 4 through 19 throughout the state. Missouri Youth Soccer is a member of the United Sta...tes Youth Soccer Association and the United States Soccer Federation.
For more information on MISSOURI YOUTH SOCCER, visit www.missourisoccer.org.